Sunday 21 November 2010

Food Foundry ~ Happy Mansion, Section 17, Petaling Jaya

I actually kept a newspaper cutting of a mille crepe a long, long time ago and I pestered my mum to look for the place.

She never did.

Until I had the chance to get a PJ-ian to bring me to the place and the same newspaper cutting that I kept was on display at Food Foundry haha!

Food Foundry's Facebook page can be found here while reviews of the place can be found at and

My vanilla mille crepe with Ezel's black forest cake in the background.

Teri's strawberry mille crepe and Jaslyn's chocolate mille crepe

Lastly a photo of Ezel and Jared battling to finish the last bite of vanilla mille crepe.

The crepes were all really good. I liked the vanilla one the most - original flavors are always safe and usually delicious. The cream was light and not too sweet. The portion was big! For the price we paid, it was worth it - we couldn't finish our portions in the end. Luckily, Jared didn't order and Ezel's black forest cake was small so we had help with our portions.
But as of late, the portions have decreased in size.

During my second visit to Food Foundry, the mille crepe was still as good while the walnut muffin a bit dry. The ground walnuts in the batter was nice though and I give it points for looking absolutely delectable.

However, the height of the mille crepe has shrunk. It's not that the crepe cake has gotten any denser, it just seemed like they got lazy and skipped a few layers.

I brought 2 slice of mille crepe home and my bro and mum was practically fighting over them. Mum asked 'You mean such nice food exists on earth?'

Got that right, mum!

I've eaten mille crepes at Nadeje Cake House in Malacca but nothing can be compared to Food Foundry's mille crepes. However, Nadeje's had more choices while Food Foundry only has 3 flavors - vanilla, strawberry and chocolate. Comments on Nadeje's food can be found at and