Saturday, September 27, 2014

Pretz n' Beanz, Solaris Mont Kiara Food Review

Familiar with the location of Solaris Mont Kiara, I confidently headed to Pretz n' Beanz for my appointment without allocating extra time to spare. However, during my haste, I accidentally miss the turning that leads towards the road and instead headed off up to the highway. As if things weren't getting worse, it suddenly rained heavily when I got on the highway. To make a long story short, I was 45 minutes late to my appointment! Anyway, I was glad I made it. XD

Pretz n' Beanz is very hard to miss and is very visible the moment you turn into Solaris Mont Kiara.
It lights up like Broadway and is a huge corner lot on Jalan Solaris 4. The interior no doubt is bright and big but the lights are cozy enough for a relax setting and is fitting environment for a family to dine in. Upon my arrival, of course most of the item that the group had indulged in was gone except for a little bit saved up for me. I was so grateful that they did so.

Before I dived in into the food that the rest had consumed, I proceeded to have this drink to gauge on the coffee quality in an ice blended form:
It's an Iced Blended Mocha (RM13.90) with whipped cream. Taste is not bad and decent, not too sweet with syrup and not too weak in coffee taste.

As the name of the place implies, Pretz n' Beanz focus is their signature Pretzels and Pretzel Pizzas.

This pretzel is the Cheese Basil (RM6.90)
(Most photos are from Jeff since mine are mostly left with few bites left. LOL.) Pretz n' Beanz representative highlighted to me that despite an hour had past, the pretzels and pretzel pizzas would still be soft and remain in good texture and as I bit into it, I would have to agree. No doubt, it may not be as good as when it was warm and straight out of the oven but it still is delightful and the taste didn't deviate that much. Just that it's now, cold. Cheese Basil taste to me like the elevated cheese bun with enhanced flavors.

Cinnamon Sugar (RM5.90):
Nice amount of cinnamon glazed on top of the pretzel with it not being too sweet. It certainly goes well with the pretzel as if it's meant to go together. A good eat.

Hot Pepper Chilli Chicken (RM14.90 regular/ RM20.90 large):
Looks red and spicy on top but it's tolerable. In fact, I wouldn't say that it's spicy at all. Nevertheless, it is quite an interesting crust since it's a pretzel pizza. What it differs in your normal pizza crust is that this is more fluffy and soft compared to the bread like feel of a normal pizza.

Norwegian Delight (RM15.90 regular/RM21.90 large):
Deemed also as the seafood pizza, don't let the exterior fool you that there's nothing much. Inside contains some salmon in 'em and being inside makes it cooked proper rather than merely as aesthetic pieces. This one to me tasted spicier than the Hot Pepper Chilli Chicken so if you fancy spicy and you fancy seafood as well, this would be the pizza to go for.

Caramel Butter Thick Toast (RM13.90) as our dessert:
Although it may not be the best thick toast I've tasted, it certainly is near to that level. The caramel and the cream along with butter on the toast covered it's bases and will not let you have a plain bread moment. Although it looks like it has loads of caramel on it, it's just the right amount and not too much which is great on the sweetness level.

Pretz n' Beanz at Solaris Mont Kiara is certainly a good place to just chill and relax for singles like me and is also a good place for families to dine in.

It's address is:
22, Jalan Solaris 4, Mont Kiara 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Opening Hours:
Mon–Thu, Sun
7:30 AM–Midnight
7:30 AM–1:00 AM