The newly opened KLIA2 (the airline hub that replaced the LCCT) is not without choices when it comes to dining, there are plenty of F&B outlets for one to choose from and we decided to try out Nanny’s Pavillon.
There’s no typo in the name though, it is Pavillon. Based on their website, Nanny’s Pavillon is a conceptual French-American pancake restaurant that first opened in Bandung, Indonesia in 2009.
The waitresses wear green colored maid outfit. 😀
What drew my attention to the place was the atmosphere and setup. I’ll let the pictures do the talking.
Interesting seating arrangements, right? Look at the luggage-like seats!
We tried 2 dishes in this visit, first up is the Hot Tuna Spaghetti (RM 18) – it was moderately spicy spaghetti that has a good mix of shredded tuna, it was sufficiently oily and works up the taste buds pretty well.
The Aunty’s Sausage Baked Rice (RM 18) is no where near any baked rice we ever come across. From the picture alone, you’ll see it’s just rice with cheese on top and served with sausage.
The sausages were average at best, the rice was of good amount but there was a distinct lack in cheese and cream, and it would be better if they’d include some green sides as well.
As a whole, I think the dishes could be priced better. You’ll probably visit the place (if you’re at KLIA2) for the experience but if you’re looking for a meal that’s value for money or one that gives your taste buds an awesome day out – this is not the place.