Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Marche Movenpick @ The Curve



March√© (pronounced Mar-shay), means “market” in French, is a restaurant concept developed by the Swiss-based M√∂venpick Group. Customers are given a "passport" upon entry, and each and every food item ordered will be stamped on the passport and the bill will be counted based on the stamps in the end. Lost of passport will cost RM200.00 so be careful. This market concept restaurant is DaddyS' favourite hangout place. DaddyS likes to order chicken chop and baked potatoes.

Chicken chop.


Baked potatoes.



Rosti, a Swiss potato dish.


My favourite Swiss Alp mocha.


They used to have stone-baked pizza, but after renovation, the big stone grill is replaced by modern oven.


The pasta was not impressive.

Overall, the food here are mostly hit or misses. Sometimes we find our favourites, like the salad and dessert. The good part for eating here is that, there is bound to have something that you like, given the wide range of food offered, and you can take your time to browse and order. Price-wise, it was on the high side. 



Marche Movenpick
G87, Ground Floor
The Curve, Mutiara Damansara,
47800 Petaling Jaya

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