Marche @ The Curve Mutiara Damansara

We have came across this restaurant for more than a year but never have a chance to try out the food because we hardly dine at expensive restaurant unless if we see a reason to. Finally, last weekend, we had visited Marche 9which means market in French) at The Curve, for a special occasion.

You can never miss out this restaurant if you’re at The Curve because there are so many moo moo moo at the outside of Marche.

As explained by its name, Marche’s concept is fresh market, where you pick your choice of item to be cooked / prepared by the chef at the stall.

And we had occupied table no….

Although Marche serves only fresh fruit juices and you can also choose to have mixed fruit juice, but the price is a bit expensive though.

And for sure, we won’t spend our $$$ on these too…

For starter, my GF ordered a bowl of her favourite creamy mushroom soup, accompanied by a soft bread. Yummy yummy…

Salmon is my favourite because it is tasty yet healthy. Unfortunately, the salmon that we ordered taste like burning and fishy…

I must highly recommend this home made pizza because it’s really very good, much better than Dominos which we thought that it’s the best. What make the pizza at Marche be so different is  because this thin crust pizza is baked in the most traditional way – coal-fired brick oven. Must try at Marche!

The desserts here look very tempting as well, unfortunately we were too full to go for finale.

Oh ya, each guest at Marche will be given a passport that you have to bring it around when order food and the chef will stamp it accordingly. But if you lost the passport, you’ll be fined RM300. So better keep it properly until you surrender it to the cashier upon leaving.

Even though the pricing of certain food and beverages are expensive, but we will definitely visit Marche again for the pizza and many other choices that we have not try out yet.

This place is always full house, especially during weekends and public holidays, so make sure you make the reservation in advance.

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