Saturday, 26 May 2012

Salon Du Chocolat, Publika, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia











Salon Du Chocolat in Publika, Solaris Dutamas sells sweet temptations from Turkey including chocolates, traditional Turkish desserts, dried fruit and confectionary. Abundant with nuts, fruits and not too much sugar you could almost be fooled into thinking that they're healthy for you - nourishing for the mind and taste buds at least. Both hubby and I enjoyed the not overly sugary confections such as the Pistachio Turkish Delight and the Mulberry and Lemon creams coated with dark chocolate. The Pistachio Croquant Topped with a thin layer of organic rose petals is crunchy as you'd expect a brittle to be with the additions of a mellow taste of pistachio and the subtleness of rose. The Apricot Chew with pistachios and Dark Chocolate with Crushed Coffee Beans are just as worthy of the calories too. Intricately handcrafted boxes can turn these beauties into a special gift.

Reason to visit:  Pistachio Croquant with Rose Petals, delightful chocolates that are rich enough to be fulfilling in small doses but not overly sweet

Salon Du Chocolat
Lot 26 & 27, Level G2
Publika
Jalan Dutamas 1
Solaris Dutamas
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
+6 03 6211 2300

12 comments:

  1. Pistachio with rose petal... Very unique...
    I .drink rose tea b4 but for chocolates.....
    Like wat u said it is place to visit for this one....

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    1. It would probably taste nice with the rose tea too :-)

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  2. The rose petal is so pretty! Love the color combo!

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    1. Very pretty - they make excellent gifts. The only trouble is you have to buy them and give them immediately - they're too delicious to keep for too long at home. :-)

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  3. the dark chocolate with coffee beans looks so good in classy black shades. what a perfect dessert to indulge in!

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    1. Oh yes, their dark chocolate would be perfect with coffee too :-)

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  4. These sound so delicious and different from the typical European chocolate flavors. The wrappers and packaging reminds me of the Russian chocolates my friend used to bring me from Moscow.

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    1. The packaging is similar and they're also not as sweet just like chocolates from Moscow. I find the Turkish ones a little creamier though. They melt upon touch which I love.

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  5. turkish delights are such exotic treats for me! maybe because i had sometimes read about them when i was a kid, but i only got to taste my first one when i was in my late twenties! :D

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    1. Wow! I love that about life - something that is so common for one person is so exotic for another.

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  6. Oh yummy..but I'll need to find a sweet tooth company to taste them all since I am quite hopeless with sweet food.

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    1. Me! Me! I'll taste them all for you ;-)

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