Have you ever encountered a beautiful 3-storey bakery shop near the Old Klang Road? Apparently, there is a new addition in the F&B scene that calls themselves Le Pont Boulangerie Café. Le Pont means ‘the bridge’ in French which is exactly what the owners of this café is trying to implement – a space where people from different backgrounds can connect and get together through a cuppa.
Operating as a bakery and café, this is one of the most beautiful patisserie in Klang Valley that supplies delectable French-style baked goods that take up until three stories. With light bulbs wall, beautiful stairs, wooden floor, and concrete walls, everything about this bakery screams Instagram-worthy pictures. On the first floor, you can see a wide selection of mouth-watering patisserie, a beverage bar on the second floor, and lastly a café.
Remember when we mentioned something French before? Well, Le Pont Boulangerie et Café is offering lots of delicacies with a touch of modern European elements – risotto, pasta, salads, and some fancy sandwiches. By fancy, we meant some gold leaf in your scrumptious sandwiches. A list of bread selections is also available for grab which includes the classic baguettes, croissants, and focaccia. Pastries-wise, think about doughnuts, red bean pastries, madeleines, and all other sweet goods.
The coffee section is occupied by the very popular 3quartercup café that is headed by David Leong of the Malaysia Speciality Coffee Association. They do take their coffee seriously.
With the proven staples, served and delivered with such established reliability, Le Pont Boulangerie et Café is here to stay.