La Gourmet House – Mediterranean Food – The Curve

July 21, 2008 – 6:05 pm - 14,071 views


Some of you may know La Gourmet House from when it was in Ikano Power Center at the LG floor, it moved over to The Curve and now it’s in the prime position on the street on the ground floor. They have also updated their menu along with the move and are bringing some new items.

It’s a Mediterranean style restaurant serving a variety of western influence food.

La Gourmet House - The Curve

It’s pretty easy to find, the interior is nice and cosy – quite authentically European.

La Gourmet House - The Curve

We started off with the Sicilian seafood bisque with stuffed fish, which was very nice! Not too rich, nice and smooth and a very well balanced taste (sometimes bisque can be too creamy, or too watery).

Sicilian seafood bisque with stuffed fish - La Gourmet House - The Curve

We also tried out the Andalucian style tiny meatballs in almond sauce with salmon pikelettes along with a stuffed aubergine with rockets, cherry tomatoes and walnuts topped with berries and lemon dressing.

Andalucian style tiny meatballs - La Gourmet House - The Curve

The Salmon Pikelette was good, the meatball was cold though and I don’t really fancy aubergine cooked that way as it tends to be a bit soggy/oily.

If you are there on Friday or Saturday you’ll be sung to by Gani from Freedom whilst you wait for your main to arrive.

Gani - Freedom

After that came the specialty Paella Luzonia with mixed seafood, vegetables and salted fish. The texture was good and there was plenty of seafood (clams, crabs, prawns etc). It wasn’t quite hot enough however.

Seafood Paella Luzonia - La Gourmet House - The Curve

Along with the Paella came the Shepherd’s Buglidicce, I had no idea what it was to be honest…but it turns out to be some kind of toasted cheese biscuit/pancake and it was very nice.

Shepherd’s Buglidicce - La Gourmet House - The Curve

If you’re lucky the chef might come out and sing you a song!

Singing Chef - La Gourmet House - The Curve

They have some nice German beer too (Weihenstephan), we finished off with a brownie, which was ok and a coffee which was good.

The price is pretty average, it’s not cheap but it’s not expensive. We’d give it a worth trying We Ate This 5/10 – it’d make 6 if the portions were a little larger and their hot food was hot.

We Ate This 5/10

The first rule of any restaurant kitchen is make sure what is supposed to be hot is really hot and what is supposed to be cold is really cold. The rest is less important.

I do want to go back and try their dried duck pasta which is supposed to be quite famous.


Lot G-52, Ground Floor, The Curve
Jalan PJU 7/3
Mutiara Damansara
47800 Petaling Jaya

Location on Wikimapia. (It’s in The Curve!)

Tel: 03-7725 4279

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  1. 12 Responses to “La Gourmet House – Mediterranean Food – The Curve”

  2. The lamb stew is pretty good too. The bad thing is, I suspect they freeze & reheat some of their dishes. At one time, one of their stews was unevenly cold/warm.. signs of being reheated.

    By CH on Jul 22, 2008

  3. I’ve tried their sausage & pizza, I like it~~

    Ha, that singer, he can sing very well..

    By mimid3vils on Jul 22, 2008

  4. their pizza is one of the finest, fresh, soft and cheezy. coffee with cake during tea break is marvelous.

    By blink4blog on Jul 22, 2008

  5. drop by for lunch recently. love the pasta. must try the duck pasta and also mushroom pasta. Yum…..

    By MMagoo on Jul 22, 2008

  6. Haven’t eaten here but always passed by their singing.

    By Simon Seow on Jul 23, 2008

  7. Awww….too bad for such nice food…not hot enough!
    I am particular about the heat of the food served too – unless it’s a cold dish lar! Otherwise, it feels like leftover food…

    By Christy on Aug 13, 2008

  8. Chef can sing also…wow…

    By Jackson Kah on Sep 8, 2008

  9. 1 of the best restaurant in curve for western/Mediterranean food. reasonable. but the ambiance a lil too old for young crowd. do something

    By haur on Sep 22, 2008

  10. YUMMY!! Those foods look so good, especial the noodle with the shrimp, fish maw and crab sticks, makes me wanna eat now! Only if we have restaurants like that here!

    By Joanne on Mar 6, 2009

  11. Does anyone know where La Gourmet House moved to? It has closed down and now is operating by
    Theobroma Chocolate Lounge =(

    By Andrea on May 9, 2010

  12. Voted this as the worst restaurant in Curve.Good riddance.

    By Salwa on Jun 21, 2010

  13. Huh…
    closed??? I thought they went to KL…
    So pity…

    By Pak B on Dec 17, 2010

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