Le Gardenz, Balakong – Round 3

This is my third time atΒ Le Gardenz Cafe in Balakong, a chic container concept resto that offers fusion and Western-style dishes like pasta, pizzas, chops and ribs. For my previous reviews, click here and here.Β πŸ™‚

Anyway. Moomins saw my blog posts and told me to bring her there for lunch over the weekend. So away we go!


Decided to try something new, so I went with the Beef BologneseΒ (linguine). You get to choose either chicken or beef to go with your pasta (spaghetti, linguine or macaraoni), and they top it over with bits of cheese. The portion was really big – I think it’s enough for two small eaters. I think they went overboard with the sauce though, it was very salty and sour.


Pi’s Chicken Bolognese/spaghetti.


Bro had the Fish N Chips, which I tried before. It was okay, but nothing special.



Mi requested less salt, which turned out to be good because her Brocolli Cream pasta was the best out of all the dishes. Subtly creamy without being overpowering, lightly salted and the macaroni had an al dente texture. Simple, but yummy.

My advise is to ask the kitchen to go easy on the salt because from previous experiences, they’re quite heavy handed with the flavours. 😑

Le Gardenz

Jalan Kpb 5, 43300 Seri Kembangan,
Selangor, Malaysia

Le Gardenz, Balakong – Round 2


I blogged about this cool container cafe near my workplace called Le Gardenz, which is fast becoming one of my favourite hangout spots πŸ™‚ It has really nice decor, a comfy ambience and decent food. Colleague and I came here for dinner the other day after work.


The last time around, I tried one of their pastas – so this time, I got the Fish N Chips; two medium-sized fried fish fillets in crispy batter, served with thin-cut chips, a rather sad side of boiled broccoli and lemon/mayo dip. While the fish was crispy on the outside, the meat was a little… too soft, to the point of having a jelly-like consistency. Passable, but definitely not one of their better dishes.


H went for what she had previously, the chicken chop with black pepper sauce. No complaints there.


The stirring spoon for the drinks was shaped like a small hand. Cute!


Hot honey…


And iced honey.

I could tell it wasn’t really pure honey because it had that sugary, syrupy taste but meh. It was quite sweet even with a lot of ice.


To wrap it up, chocolate cake for dessert. This was more sugary than chocolatey.

A little disappointed with my second time here, but they have a load of items on the menu that I’ve yet to try and I like the cool concept and the price isn’t too high. I wouldn’t mind coming again! πŸ™‚

Le Gardenz

Jalan Kpb 5, 43300 Seri Kembangan,
Selangor, Malaysia