Chicken Quesadillas Creme Brulee Tart Dessert Grilled Shio Koji Chicken Chop Jalapeno Cheese Bagel New 2021 : Dec Pork Free Salak South

Porte 70 @ Taman Salak Selatan – A pleasant surprise (Pork free)

The bunch of us headed to Salak South just to pay Kedai Kopi Tian Hong a visit but unfortunately, shop was closed. Looks like no tasty char siew for the day. Bummer 😡 Anyways, a quick scroll through Google brought up Porte 70. Opened since December 2021, this eatery is one of the recent openings in the area.

In terms of aesthetics, it sure does stand out. Older, dated shoplots make up most of the businesses in the area. Then, there is Porte 70. An orange themed, modern eatery with chill vibes located in the middle of it all.

Porte 70 is a pork free bakery and kitchen that provides you a casual fine dining experience. The eatery itself occupies two floor, however only the ground floor is in use at the moment as the top floor remains under construction.

Parking: Porte 70 is located on the quieter side of this Taman. So, parking was easy. Many empty spots available.

Jalapeno Cheese Bagel, RM 4

Bagels usually have a tough, chewy texture but the ones here were soft and dense, with a layer of cheese on the top and slices of jalapeno. It tasted nice.

Grilled Shio Koji Chicken Chop, RM 23.80

This was a yummy dish. The chicken chop wasn’t fried, it was grilled which makes this a healthier version comparatively. You’d get a good piece of tender and juicy boneless chicken served on a bed of crispy fries, topped with a sunny side egg with peppercorn sauce. It was a satisfying dish overall.

Chicke Quesadillas, RM 13.80

This was a good dish too. I loved that the chicken here was pulled chicken? The kind that was slow cooked? Shredded chicken that had plenty of flavor. Oooo yum and them melted cheese with tomato salsa on the top….oooo yes. I was a happy kid, especially when the dish came with 6 pieces of delicious quesadillas. Plenty for me.

After eating all that, despite being full, we decided to share a dessert. How can I resist when their dessert display was right there in front of me….

Creme Brulee Tart, RM 11

It was a tart with a thin layer of caramelized sugar on the too with a mousse cream and a piece of chocolate, the middle was made up of a cream with custard texture and the bottom was a layer of tart crust that was thin, slightly hardened perfection. This was not your regular, you-can-immediately-taste-the-creme brulee- tart. Nope. I honestly do not know which part was the creme brulee. Perhaps it was the custard part which I have an aversion towards. I guess this tart isnt for someone with my dislikes. My friend however thought that it was okay. I think just like me, he too was anticipating the usual distinct taste of creme brulee that was rather mild here but he was okay with this adventurous take of it. The tart base was great, both of us liked it.

If I could tell them one thing to improve on, it would be the pastry section. Since it was displayed out there in the open, flies tend to gravitate towards them, literally sitting on the pastries. Whatever candle tealights they fired up as an attempt to shoooo them away does not work. If they can find a cover of some sort, it would be great.

Would I head back here? I would love to give the other desserts here a go. Perhaps even try some of the other main courses here too but sadly, I am very rarely in this part of town. When I do find myself here, I’d keep Porte 70 in mind.

Address: 70 & 71, Jalan Hang Tuah 4, Taman Salak Selatan, KL.

Opening hours: Mon, Wed – Sun, 11 am – 9.30 pm. Tuesdays Closed.


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