I was an avid reader, even as a child. When I was a little girl, I loved to read stories about fairy tales and adventure. One of my favourite was ‘Hansel and Gretel’. Familar with that story? I’m sire most of you are familiar with that story.While it has a morbid beginning where the protagonists’ father left them in the forest to survive on their own, I have to admit that it is a delicious read, with all the descriptions about candy house filled with pastries and confectioneries. As a child, the story of Hensel and Gretel not only intrigue me, but make my mouth water by just imagining the pastries and delectable pies the children are having in the story.
While I have yet to stumble upon an edible house constructed by pastries and candies, I did chance upon a cafe serving gourmet pie quite some time ago.
Mr.Pieman. Located somewhere in TTDI, this cafe serves gourmet pies to hungry diners.
Fresh artisan bread beckons
Upon entry, I discovered that this cafe does not only serves gourmet pies but some pastas and cakes as well. Pretty much late and hungry, my family and I decided to have some pies for dinner. And here’s sharing with you what we had that day.
Ice Lemon Tea to quench our thirst. It was just nice. Was not overly sour or sweet, with distinctive tea taste still intact.
Pot Pie (Beef)
The pot pie comes with a side of fresh salad and chicken soup and was generously filled with chunks of beef. Flavourful and tasty, it was gone in a jiffy.
Sausage rolls. Great for small eater as the portion was not particularly big. Children will probably like this.
Chicken Rendang Pie. Irresistibly unique, this delectable pie is not something to be missed if you love savoury pastries. It was bursting with flavours.
Not a fan of fish dish, so this doesn’t appeal to me much but my husband and son loves it, so I guess this dish is worth your calories too.
Being a fan of all things desserts and coffee, my husband ordered this off the menu to share for dessert, but was sorely disappointed that they couldn’t customize the mocha to his liking as they are using pre-set espresso machine, but the mocha wasn’t too bad. Slightly on the bitter side, it makes great companion for the lonesome Chocolate Chip Cookies and Chocolate Lava Cake.
Overall, the dining experience at Mr.Pieman was quite comforting. It feels as if you are having pies directly from your grandma’s oven. I would recommend this place to all pastry lovers out there, but not hardcore coffee lovers.
The pies are made to order and delivery plans is still in progress. For more info on Mr.Pieman, please refer below:
Mr Pie Man
35, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 3
Taman Tun Dr Ismail
60000 Kuala Lumpur
T: +603 7732 5559
8.00 am – 10.00 pm daily