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Food tasting at La Gourmet House, The Curve

I’ve always passed by La Gourmet House at The Curve but never tried out the place. It used to operate in Ikano Power Centre, but later moved to The Curve to capture markets other than the family crowd.

La Gourmet House.
La Gourmet House.

La Gourmet House serves Mediterranean food and some fusion too. Here, I present a dish by dish review:

#1 Non-alcoholic Sangria.
Non-alcoholic Sangria

Non-alcoholic. Tangy. Very delicious with ice. At room temperature, the taste was a bit overwhelming.

#2 Sicilian seafood bisque.
Sicilian seafood bisque

Absolutely excellent. Creamy with chunky seafood to top. I could have this over and over again. Must order.

#3 Andalucian style tiny meatballs in almond sauce with salmon pikelettes & stuffed aubergine with rockets, cherry tomatoes and walnuts topped with berries and lemon dressing.
Andalucian style meatballs, salmon pikelettes and aubergine

I’m not sure if they were meant to be served at room temperature but I couldn’t help but think that they would taste better warm.

#4 Paella Luzonia with mixed seafood, vegetables and salted fish
 Paella Luzonia

Excellent taste, but was served at room temperature. Rice was fluffy and saturated with the taste of the ocean. Filled with prawns, crabs, fish and other seafood. Just pity it wasn’t warm enough.

#5 Shepherd’s Buglidicce
Shepherd’s Buglidicce

Some kind of mini savoury pancakes with creamy sauce. My favourite of the night. Very addictive!

La Gourmet House is a humble looking restaurant with pretty good live entertainment. If you’re lucky, you could even catch the Chef himself singing an Innuendo’ number.

Chef singing.
Singing Chef.

Basically, I think that this place has a lot of potential. The taste of the food is generally good but they they were not all served in right temperature. I don’t know any restaurant in PJ that is serving Mediterranean food, so I would recommend giving this place a try as this is the only restaurant I know serving affordable and almost authentic paella, but be sure to remind them to serve them at the right temperature!

Lot G-52, Ground Floor, The Curve
Jalan PJU 7/3
Mutiara Damansara
47800 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03-7725 4279

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6 Responses to Food tasting at La Gourmet House, The Curve

  1. Lee Wee Tak August 22, 2008 at 10:42 am #

    Paella? La Bodega at Pavilion is not bad too

  2. winn August 22, 2008 at 11:02 am #

    the service was good..

    i tried one of the sausage platter which the waitress recommended..she said very very very good ..sorry to say not nice at all lor…

  3. Iris August 22, 2008 at 12:41 pm #

    AH,the atmosphere seems great especially with the chef singing! Anyway, the Paella Luzonia looks so good..yummm. How was the price there?

  4. dils August 22, 2008 at 1:39 pm #

    I went there with my friends and we ordered the bruschetta and some pasta. Was not impressed.

    It do not reflect the price and the bruschetta is a dissapointment. The waiter is very friendly though. So that is a plus.

  5. naeboo August 24, 2008 at 12:00 am #

    la bodega bangsar got a lot of tapas and paella which are not shabby compared to the real mediterrenean stuf i tried cooked by my spanish and brazilian frens.

    there’s one place i forgot the name in starhill which also serves mediterenean food.

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