Friday, April 07, 2006

King Pie @ Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur

Last weekend, we were rushing through KLCC and thought we will grab a very quick lunch from
King Pie. I've heard of King Pie from another blogger, Izad but yet to try it out. The kiosk is located just between Cold Storage and KFC at the Concourse Level. It seems it's a franchise from South Africa whereby they serve pies freshly baked every hour.

The pies come in different shapes and three sizes : Just Munch (RM3.50), Traditional Munch (RM4.50 to RM4.90) and Super Munch (RM5.50 to RM6.50). There are numerous fillings such as the traditional Steak and Onion, Apple Pie, Chicken Mushroom and a local one called the Chicken Rendang. Besides pies, they also serve chips (RM2.30 to RM3.00 depending on their size) which is said to be oven baked.

Right behind the kiosk is a tiny area where they bake their pies fresh. You can't really see the guy inside as they sandblasted the glass but he will prepare the pastry and fillings to be popped into the ovens for fresh pies.

Since Splashie Boy had eaten the pies before, he recommended a Spinach & Cheese for me (RM4.50). We had them on the way to Imbi and took pictures of the pies in the car (you can see MNI in front). The pastry is nice and flaky plus the filling was yummy. Very good choice and I loved my pie even though it flaked all over Splashie Boy's car.

Splashie Boy had the Steak & Onion (RM4.90) which I thought was pretty okay since I prefered my Spinach & Cheese. The pies are extremely nice but kinda pricy since you can get a meal with rice in the KLCC food court for around RM5 plus. However, it makes a change from all the usual items you get around and the fillings are extremely yummy.

This is their first outlet and the second outlet is at Tesco Mutiara Damansara while work is being done for another one at 1 Utama (opposite Laksa Shack). They also have daily specials for the pies - for instance that day it was for the Burger Pie which went at a discounted price. You can also order their combos which are a pie, chips and a medium sized soft drink for RM7.90 to RM8.30. If more pies are ordered i.e. 6 or 12 pieces, you can get them at slightly cheaper prices for any of the sizes. Delivery is also available within a fifteen minutes walking distance from their outlet provided you order one hour in advance and a minimum order of RM10.

King Pie
Concourse Level
Opens from 10 am to 10 pm

Tel No: 03 - 2382 0226

King Pie
Tesco Mutiara Damansara

Tel No: 03 - 7725 7881

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review

Other reviews:
  1. Chronicles of a Frenchie - 24 February, 2006 (1) and 24 February, 2006 (2)
  2. Obsession - 4 February, 2006
  3. Life's A Square - 28 January, 2006

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Chefspiration said...

mmmm that spinach pie looks good! The crust looks so flaky! I will try it out next time I am around a king pie.

boo_licious said...

alexandra - very flaky! So many flakes ended up in bf's car that he was really angry.

Mummie Joan said...

i've passed by it sooo many time! many ppl queueing up during weekedns for the pie!

i think it's kinda expensive too! will try it out! thanks ! =)

boo_licious said...

joan - if you love pies, it's a must try!

Very nice stuff - think the 1U outlet should be opened by this month per their leaflet. It's downstairs near the Hakkaraya place you ate before - where Baoz used to be (they have shifted upstairs to Jusco side). Alternatively, just go Tesco since you hang out at the Curve most weekends.

Mummie Joan said...

oohh! they have so many branches?
lol! i din know la! thanks for the info!! =)

would go try definitely!

Unknown said...

nice flaky pie crusts and I'm a steak and onions fan, so SB's pie looks very inviting indeed, wish that bite had been mine!

boo_licious said...

joan - hope you like it, let me know if up to your taste. Looks like not everyone likes it.

cath - yes, very flaky! Next time you come up to KL, you can add King Pie to the list of makan places besides Nandos.

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Ms Coci~ said...

My sista worked here before and she always brought chicken mushroom for me..

Super Nyummy I tell you...

Before enter to cinema just put them in your handbag..Your movie became more delicious=p

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