After hearing many good things about Frisky Goat in TTDI, I finally dropped by for a lunch. Parking however was a challenge and I had to circle the block three times before I lucked out and scored a parking spot right in front of Frisky Goat.
Upon entering, I was greeted with a cheery 'hello, welcome to Frisky Goat!', was quickly shown to a table and given a menu. It was a weekday and the cafe itself wasn't crowded with a nice upbeat music playing in the background. The chattering of three Australian ladies at the table next mine gave me the illusion of being in Australia. One can imagine, can't she. The ambiance was inviting with a corner offering their pastries and bread and a display of tantalizing cakes and desserts. The seats against the wall were lined with funky cushions and was quite cosy.
I have heard good things of their waffle and they even had a sign telling customers to have their waffle. So I ordered one of their waffle dishes. Particularly a Waffles a. L. americaine. The description on the menu had me at spiced roasted walnuts and caramelised banana.
When it arrived, I pondered at how on earth was I going to finish it because the portion was definitely bigger than what I expected. With three freshly made waffles as the base, the dish came sprinkled with walnuts, almond, caramalised banana, a hearty dollop of Chantilly cream and vanila bean ice-cream. Chocolate drizzle gave it a nice finish.
I had to eat it fast before the waffle lost its crispiness to the melting ice-cream and cream. It wasn't the best waffle as it wasn't as crispy as I would have liked it. However what really captured my attention and tastebuds were the Chantilly cream and spiced roasted walnut as those toppings went really well together with the crunch in the walnut blending well with cream. I wanted more.... Anyway I finished, well, almost the whole thing leaving only one of the waffles as I was too stuffed and it was soaked with cream anyway.
Paired this with a cup of hot mocha and it was perfect. Except for the price as both the mocha and waffle came up to about RM30 over. A mighty expensive lunch I must say. I won't mind going back for the rest of their dishes to try but only when the salary comes in.
Frisky Goat Bakery Cafe
Address: 72, Jalan Burhanuddin Helmi, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-7731 2965
Opening hours: 8am - 10pm
crispy, just like they should be. The Classic were delicately served with Chantilly cream, honey, butter, roasted walnuts and almond flakes. The portion was big, filled with sugar and carbs and can easily work as a lunch course for sweet-lovers. - See more at: http://theyumlist.blogspot.com/2014/10/frisky-goat-brunch-tamun-tun-dr-ismail.html#sthash.e7m4XP0e.dpuf
he waffles here are fluffy and crispy, just like they should be. The Classic were delicately served with Chantilly cream, honey, butter, roasted walnuts and almond flakes. The portion was big, filled with sugar and carbs and can easily work as a lunch course for sweet-lovers. - See more at: http://theyumlist.blogspot.com/2014/10/frisky-goat-brunch-tamun-tun-dr-ismail.html#sthash.e7m4XP0e.dpuf