In my post that day, I said I would go back to the bakery because I would wanna try the croissants with mango cream (RM4.80)…
…that the guy spoke so enthusiastically about – like ice cream, he said.
I did not place an order – I just went at noon. If you are connected on Facebook, at around that time, they will post a video showing all the croissants in the display cabinets and that will be the indication that the batches for the day are ready and available then. When I stepped inside, I saw many bags, all packed and ready by the side – those must be for those who had pre-ordered.
I did not try it until 3 or 4, my afternoon tea time that day so it was cold already, not as nice as the previous time when I bought some and ate them right away, piping hot, in the car. I quite liked the mango cream filling…
…but personally, I prefer the salted egg one that I bought that day but those were a lot more expensive (RM5.50).
My girl, however, didn’t like either of them – she prefers the ori, the plain ones (RM4.00), oven-toasted and eaten just like that, on its own. I think should I drop by to buy some more, I would just grab a few of the ori and make my own croissant sandwich with bacon, egg and cheese like what I did with the bun that day or with whatever I have in the house.
And talking about buns, these garlic cheese buns (RM4.00)…
…seemed mighty popular. They would make those every day alongside the croissants. That was why I also grabbed a few that day to try.
My girl said she would prefer it without the cream cheese filling…
…and on my part, I did not think it tickled my fancy, with or without the filling, not anything spectacular that would get me rushing back for more.
Incidentally, at around 2.00 p.m. that very same day, they shared a video clip of their almost empty cabinets. Gee! That was fast! In around two hours, they were almost all sold out!!!
LOUIS BAKERY LW.Pattisserie (2.316411, 111.839847) is located along Jalan Ruby in the same block of shops as Kim Tak Co., right next to Ah Kau Cafe at the end of the block to the left.
10 thoughts on “Wanna try…”
I love garlic bread but not this garlic cheese bun. I think without cheese maybe I like it. Garlic with cheese doesn’t really make a good match.
Same as my girl. Me? Not that fond of it with or without the cream cheese filling…and RM4.00! Eat kampua better!!!
Seems it is very popular in Korea – see the video clip I shared in my reply to zmun2’s comment.
Oh!!! It is Korean! My girl shared this video clip with me…
Taka is having that garlic bun. Yes. With cream cheese filling. RM10 for 3 but I usually bought 1 (RM4.50) as can’t finish all 3.
I like croissant, plain but the most is with salted egg yolk filling. Chocolate, caramel and vanilla croissants, I have tasted. Have not try other filling.
They have chocolate, matcha…and I think vanilla here too but no, I do not think I want to try those.
Wahhhhh!!! RM4.50! I thought RM4.00 is already so expensive. I guess that will appeal to a lot of people – these days, anything Korean is good. I was not impressed – with that kind of money I would go for something else a lot nicer, and a lot more filling…and cheaper too!
think i’ll like the salted egg one as well..
the “like ice cream” statement cracked me up :D…
Sure did not come across like that to me.
Never have we tried such a bun over here. So exotic. Guess my state is still lagging behind in terms of food huh.
I’m sure it is available somewhere, impossible that it is not…just that you have not been around and you do not know.
Yes, I googled and found it…at DYA BAKERY!
I like garlic buns but not with cream cheese.
I’m fine with garlic buns but these Korean street food ones sure do not appeal to me. Will not go and buy again.
Ohhh that looks good, mango on a croissant. I love that fruit
Very expensive, mango her, be it locally grown or imported.
Oh yes, pastries are best-eaten piping hot in my opinion 😉
I will usually pop them in the oven for a bit to warm them up. Just heat up the oven, switch it off and put them in so they will not be overheated and turned hard and dry.