A promo poster doesn’t have to be fancy to draw attention, this is the case with Komugi’s – I didn’t want something heavy for lunch so I thought I’d give them a try, after all I’ve seen the Komugi name all over Klang Valley and thought they specialized in only pastry.
The one I dined at is the outlet at Pavilion KL, the front section of the outlet is well lit and with a huge and varied display of pastry and towards the rear section is a rather dimly lit dining area.
The Pasta Set Promo is available for all pasta served at Komugi, and it’s only available on weekdays.
The tea arrived 3 minutes upon ordering, the soup came 12 minutes behind the tea and the pasta arrived last. The 20 minutes way for the pasta was well worth it, albeit a little long.
I ordered strawberry tea, a lovely beverage to accompany me on the warm afternoon, having a western food at a Japanese restaurant. The hot water for the tea is refillable.
Soup of the day for that session was tomato soup and it was served in a bread bowl, by then it was very soaked up by the bread so I was actually having bread soaked with tomato soup rather than tomato soup itself. Fortunately it was delicious, I cleared everything I can from that bowl.
And last but not least, the carbonara – all so juicy and creamy I can’t get enough of it. This is probably one of the few carbonara that’s actually satisfying despite not being served with pork bacon.
This set I ordered didn’t even break RM 20, I had some change to spare.
Will I come back for more? Oh yes most definitely, I’m already awaiting the next opportunity to savor that delicious carbonara. 🙂