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Continuing with our food exploit at Avenue K, the mall that’s connected by KLCC via underground LRT station, we sampled the food offered by Tokyo Pastry, a Japanese themed restaurant that offers mostly Western menu inspired by Japanese style cooking, or is it?

Tokyo Pastry, Avenue K
Tokyo Pastry, Avenue K

Situated at the mezzanine floor, the restaurant got its cue from  European style bakeries in Japan, with the menu that has very little resemblance to traditional Japanese cuisine that we are familiar with.

You certainly won’t find sushi, sashimi, ramen, or takoyaki, but if you’re looking for burger, spaghetti, latte, and cheese cakes, this is a place to check out.

a full meal for two at Tokyo Pastry
a full meal for two at Tokyo Pastry

The restaurant is often quite busy over lunch time on working days, but if you want to enjoy a quiet meal here, the best time is during dinner or over the weekends, when the mall isn’t swarmed by office crowd.

salmon salad, spicy mushroom spaghetti, Tokyo burger, pan seared chicken
salmon salad, spicy mushroom spaghetti, Tokyo burger, pan seared chicken

We started with their salmon salad (RM 22), pretty generous amount of gravlax wrapping chopped mango & greens make for a rather healthy start of a meal, or a meal in itself if you want something light. This is probably the go-to healthy choice for the dieting hipsters, but I do quite like it.

Spicy mushroom spaghetti (RM 19) is a pretty straight forward pasta dish with a few types of mushroom in a spaghetti that comes with a bit of a kick, mainly for the pepper used.

Tokyo Pastry at Avenue K, Japanese inspired western food in the city. With cakes and coffee too. . #kyeats #halal #cakes #avenuek #salmon @tokyopastry

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Tokyo burger (RM 20) comes with that green tea infused bun that looks a bit radio active but tasted rather good with its generous slab of chicken cooked with teriyaki sauce. There’s a small side of salad and fries too.

If you want more protein in your meal, the pan seared chicken (RM 23) may just do the trick.  A big slab of chicken seared with chef’s homemade sauce, plus some vegetable and potato. Simple and pretty satisfying.

matcha mitsu, Japanese cheese cake, tiramisu crepe
matcha mitsu, Japanese cheese cake, tiramisu crepe

Granted, I didn’t have the chance to to try the pastries above, however, as the name suggests, Tokyo pastry pride themselves in their cakes and crepe, the matcha mitsu (RM 16), Japanese cheese cake (RM 13.95), and tiramisu crepe (RM 14.95) all looked the part and I trust that they are up to the challenge in taste department.

raspberry lychee soda, latte, espresso & milk
raspberry lychee soda, latte, espresso & milk

Tokyo pastry also serve up more than competent coffee. The latte and espresso with a side of milk that I tried were as good as any. For a bit more refreshing taste, the raspberry lychee soda should suffice as well.

map to Avenue K

Address:
Tokyo Pastry
M-20 & SAC-M-1,
Mezzanine Level, Avenue K,
156, Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur
GPS:  3.159257, 101.713610
Tel: 03-2181 7660
Web: www.tokyopastry.com