Friday, 29 March 2013

Chocolate Afternoon Tea, Bistro 160, Grand Millennium, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Grand Millennium, Chocolate Afternoon Tea, Kuala Lumpur
Chocolate Afternoon Tea
Grand Millennium, Chocolate Afternoon Tea, Kuala Lumpur

Grand Millennium, Chocolate Afternoon Tea, Kuala Lumpur
Truffle and Chocolate Cream Puff
Grand Millennium, Chocolate Afternoon Tea, Kuala Lumpur
Mini Macarons and Rocky Road
Grand Millennium, Chocolate Afternoon Tea, Kuala Lumpur
Chocolate Scones with cream and chocolate sauce
Grand Millennium, Chocolate Afternoon Tea, Kuala Lumpur
Chocolate Finger Sandwiches
Grand Millennium, Chocolate Afternoon Tea, Kuala Lumpur
Churros in Chocolate Sauce
Grand Millennium, Chocolate Afternoon Tea, Kuala Lumpur
Opera Cake
Grand Millennium, Chocolate Afternoon Tea, Kuala Lumpur
Hot Chocolate
Grand Millennium, Chocolate Afternoon Tea, Kuala Lumpur
Espresso Martini - Chocolate or not - this special recipe is a must order!

Chocolate Afternoon Tea, Bistro 160, Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur

Words by Polly Szantor
Photos by The Yum List


You’ve shopped until you’ve dropped in Bukit Bintang, and you need reviving.  There can’t be a more perfect way to rejuvenate than to pop into Bistro 160 at the Grand Millennium Hotel to be enlivened by their Chocolate Afternoon Tea.  The presentation, imaginatively created by Executive Chef Laurent Lherisson, is absolutely gorgeous, with a wow factor that will thrill eager patrons.  Nestled on a bed of chocolate drops, every tasty morsel is made of premium, Belgian chocolate.

Instead of sandwiches, Chef has created slices of chocolate brioche with three cream fillings, vanilla, coffee and my favourite, strawberry, which is slightly more sour than sweet. You will find it difficult to know which little delight to try next, but you’ll certainly want to taste them all!  I loved the crispy Churros, a finger of fried dough buried in a shot glass of chocolate sauce, while the Profiterole had a topping of my favourite, rich, dark chocolate. There was a nice little slice of Opera cake, a Chocolate Almond Financier with a dollop of chocolate cream on top and an Almond Praline. 

Adding a dramatic second level to the presentation, Chef had mounted Rocky Road balls on bamboo skewers, a treat from Australia and a special tribute to The Yum List’s creator, Monica Tindall.  There were several little Chocolate Macarons too, so easy to pop in the mouth.  For further indulgence, there are Chocolate Scones, served with whipped cream and just in case you haven’t had enough, there’s a pump bottle of chocolate syrup to increase the cocoa factor. 

This tea set is served with a tall glass of hot, frothed milk accompanied by a chocolate bar on a stick. You can choose between hazelnut milk chocolate or dark chocolate.  The idea is to dip the stick in the hot liquid and enjoy playing with it as it melts oozily into the milk.  Chef Laurent feels that food, especially dessert, should be fun, and I certainly returned to childhood as I messed with my chocolate.

We felt that so much chocolate would pair beautifully with a cocktail, and minutes later an Espresso Martini magically appeared.  What a super addition to the whole combination.  A heady mixture of espresso, vodka, Kahlua, Grand Marnier and sugar syrup, the orange overtones blending perfectly with the coffee.  No question, it would be the ideal choice to accompany this special Afternoon Tea.

Reason to visit: Transportation to chocolate heaven guaranteed.  We dare you to consume all the chocolate drops too!

This special promotion will run from mid April to mid June 2013, and will be served daily between 3pm and 6pm.  The Grand Millennium also serves English and Malaysian Afternoon Tea Sets.
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Map to Grand Millennium

Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur
160 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
+6 03 2117 4160

*** The start date for this spread has changed. This promo will begin in May 2013. Call the above number for reservations.

11 comments:

  1. Yum to the chocolate galore! =)

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  2. what would be the pricing per pax? cheers!

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  3. gosh, with such divine-looking desserts like this, it strikes me as really true that chocolate is the food of the gods! :D

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  4. The price is RM58++ per person. :-)

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  5. I had a chocolate high tea once at the Oriental Hotel in S'pore & it was pure indulgence. Love everything choco!

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  6. is this promotion still ongoing? cant find anything on the website.

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    1. I believe they may have delayed the starting day until May. I'll update the post now.

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  7. awww. it's over and i just saw this

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