MarchÃ© (pronounced Mar-shay), which means â€œmarketâ€ in French, is a creative, colorful and innovative restaurant concept developed by the Swiss-based MÃ¶venpick Group.
It’s something like a buffet, but it’s not eat-all-you-can style, you get a ‘passport’ which you stamp as you take food and then pay for at the end (PLEASE don’t lose the passport as it’ll cost you RM200!).
Yes we do eat at The Curve a lot, but we haven’t even covered a quarter of the eateries there, there’s just so many!
When you find a table you can ‘chop’ it with the sign board as you’ll be wondering around finding food, it’s a good idea.
There’s plenty to choose from with section for potatoes, mushrooms, fruit, pasta, salad, meat, pizza, desserts and much more!
It does have a very market feel with lots of fresh/raw ingredients around and plenty of things to take pictures of.
Plenty for the meat lovers amongst you too.
We started out with the fresh mushroom soup, it was pretty good and plenty of croutons!
And the Caesar salad, it still can’t beat Italiannies though.
We followed that with the Lamb Shank, which was ok – served with potatoe wedges which were nice.
And the stone baked pizza, which was good – heavy and the toppings and lovely chewy cheese.
We tried a couple of desserts, both of which looked much better than they tasted.
All in all it was ok and quite expensive, I think for the price you can find similar types of food (but much nicer) even in The Curve itself and definitely outside.
They are always packed though, so they must be doing something right..Perhaps we just missed out on the good dishes. They have a kind of buffet deal on Tuesdays too, well they used to, I’m not sure if they still do.
All in all we give it a We Ate This 5/10.
G87, Ground Floor
The Curve, Mutiara Damansara,
47800 Petaling Jaya
Location on Wikimapia (Itâ€™s in Curve!).
Offical website: http://www.marche-malaysia.com/
Tel: 03 7728 9200