Table9 Café Delivery Menu
Doing our best to spread the love and try a few different places for delivery over this MCO, today we dine on food from Table 9 Café in Bangsar.
Table9 Café is known for its fusion of western and Korean flavours and house-made bingsu (Korean shaved ice and milk dessert with various toppings).
Table9 Café Food Menu
Open Sandwiches with Coffee (RM 23) come as two slices of bruschetta with a long black. You can make your coffee a latte by adding on RM 2 and lush up the toppings with a small fee increment too. We try the sun-dried tomato and guacamole (add RM3). They’re served on thick slices of bread dusted with oats with a few raisins dotted in. I’d order the sun-dried tomato again with its rich, savoury profile. I thought I’d love the guacamole too, but there was a surprise layer of blueberry jam between the avocado and bread and quite chunky pieces of onion in the guac. I’m pretty sure this would be a love it or not-so-fond-of-it kind of deal.
I’m always looking for healthy options, and the Quinoa Salad (RM 26) fits the bill nicely. Tri-coloured quinoa has a nutty texture to it, and finely chopped vegetables with a citrus dressing make a very pleasant meal.
Beef Bibimbap (RM 27) is well presented. Each ingredient is separated surrounding a centre mound of rice. A sunny-side-up egg tops it all off.
Japchae (RM 27) was probably my favourite order from Table9 Café. Sweet potato glass noodles held the sweet and savoury soy sauce well. They had a wonderfully slippery and clean consistency. Thin strips of vegetables and beef are stir-fried and tossed through the dish. It’s flavourful but not heavy.
There is a whole bunch of pasta and pizza to choose from – some traditional flavours and others with a Korean influence. Again, my desire is for nutritious options, so the Eggplant Spinach Pizza (RM 28) is my top pick. While I’m not in love with the base, re-heating it in the oven just before serving does wonders to the texture. Be sure to have your camera ready before you dive in, as it does make a pretty shot.
A handful of drinks such as a Long Black (RM 9), Latte (RM 11) and Green Latte (RM 12) make a good ending to the meal. As mentioned earlier, Table9 Café is known for its house-made bingsu. So if you have a sweet tooth, you might give them a try too.
How To Order from Table9 Café
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Eggplant & spinach? My girl loves those – she’d probably enjoy the pizza!
Oooh! That Quinoa Salad would be right up my alley!
My flavors! I love such dishes!
Oh yes, I love japchae and Korean pancake. 🙂