Saturday, June 4, 2011
Marché at The Curve
I've never been to a restaurant like Marché. In fact, I don't think there's any other restaurant with the likes of that in all of my travel experiences.
Marché isn't like your ordinary restaurant wherein you sit and dine. Here, it's all about having fun while CHOOSING your food.
Choosing your food at Marché is what actually makes it a one of a kind place to eat. Upon entering the restaurant, you'll be given a "passport" that will allow you to choose what kind of starter/dessert, main course and beverage you would prefer. Like a foreigner visiting another country, you can't enter a place without bringing your passport and getting it stamped. At Marché, it's the same thing. You can't get your food at their respective stalls without having your "passport" card stamped.
There are a wide array of starter/dessert, main course and beverages you can choose from. And although you are limited to choosing only one of each in the end, you're guaranteed that what you've chosen is really worth it.
For instance, starters may range from two different kinds of soups or salads; Desserts: pudding, cake or your choice of flavor of ice cream; and the Main course: steaks, lamb chops, fish, chicken, sausages or vegetables. Those are just some of the things you can choose from but there's really a whole lot more. Pizza, pasta and roti are available as well.
Not only will you get to choose what dish you want, you also get to choose HOW you want it cooked. Would you like your steak rare, medium well or well done? What kind of pizza toppings would you prefer or what sauce would you like on your pasta?
There are indeed many dishes to choose from and you won't need to worry whether it will be delicious or not because it definitely will be.
Choosing the right kind of food to eat at Marché brings in the fun when you're planning to eat out with your friends and family. So drop by Marché at The Curve in Malaysia if you want to experience that one of a kind way to eat to your heart's content.