bröom Artisan Bakery & Kitchen is located in Taman Paramount along the row of shops with few cafes. Being the latest addition, we are quite curious to see what is their offering therefore we went there on a weekday morning to try out.
A morning looking at the busy shop; sipping a cup of coffee and enjoying breakfast in peace, is the tiny thing that we need to be grateful during this period.
The Menu of bröom Artisan Bakery & Kitchen
Currently broom only serves pastries and lunch menu. The lunch menu is available from 8.30am. According to the shop, brunch menu is still on the way.
From the menu, we can see ‘the big leagues’ being the heavier stuff while ‘small noms’ being the side dishes.
The usual suspects would be the coffees, their signatures and other non-coffee drinks.
Not a long list in their menu but the pastries counter has A LOT more to offer: assorted croissants, tarts, muffins, cookies, to name a few.
The food of bröom Artisan Bakery & Kitchen
We ordered a ‘Truly Malaysian’ which came with fragrant rice, rendang ayam, salted egg, ulam, acar, otak-otak, crackers and the sambal sauce. The portion was huge.
The rendang ayam was not the oily type and it came with a big leg. The chicken meat was so so tender and well marinated. The meats just fall off the bone but not overly cooked. *Like*
We also had a Portobello croissant. The deep fried Enoki mushrooms were placed on top of the croissant and the Portobello mushrooms were hiding in it. The side of the croissant was still flaky, but the center with Portobello was bit mushy. The surprise would be the Enoki mushrooms, it had a different taste and texture after deep frying and we liked it. Would order as a side dish if broom serves a plain deep fried Enoki 🙂
For drinks, we had hot Americano and Matcha latte.
The environment and price of bröom Artisan Bakery & Kitchen
The ambience and environment without a doubt were the highlight of the visit: new, neat, clean, bright and airy. The raw industrial design gave broom a stronger character and yet the many green plants soften and complement it. We also like the cement built bench, it gave us the free and easy feel we experienced in the cafes during visit to Seoul. Compared to Get Baked (see it: here), these two have different to offer.
During our visit, there were a few tables of dine in but we did not feel it was noisy. Not sure about the full house situation during weekend as we can see people queuing outside the shop when passing by.
There were also many came in to take away and delivery partners waiting to collect their orders during our visit.
We paid RM 71 for the foods and drinks.
Yes for the ambience and looking forward to the brunch menu.
bröom Artisan Bakery & Kitchen: 27, Jalan 20/13, Taman Paramount, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor