Thursday, April 27, 2017

Rosti Haus @ Taman Permata

Possibly KL's most painstakingly prepared rosti, cooked to order by Swiss-trained chef Elcey Tan with three types of potatoes for a fragrant flavour, crisp & lightly crusty to the bite, simultaneously firm & tender to the chew; order one crowned with a runny egg & coupled with Zurich-inspired beef stew for RM24 in this home-based eatery adorned with Elcey's artwork.
May 2015 Update: Do note that chef Elcey usually works alone now, so dining at Rosti Haus is currently strictly on a reservation basis. Please make sure you make a booking before you visit!

Rosti Haus
2709, Jalan Permata 10, Taman Permata, Off Wangsa Maju, Kuala Lumpur. 
Open Thurs-Tues, 11am-9pm. Tel: 017-215-0008

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10 comments:

  1. Oops! I read it as "Roti" haus until I realized it was "rosti" instead! I have never had rosti before but I'm sure I will love it.

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    1. Phong Hong: I think you will, if you find good rosti! Potato lovers would be fans of rosti ;)

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  2. My girl loves that - she makes her own sometimes, can;t get that here. :( I like how the guy had the towel over his shoulder. :D

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    1. Suituapui: homemade rosti sounds good - I wouldn't mind a bite of that! ;)

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  3. I could see that the Rosti was well prepared deliciously.. She is a Swiss-trained chef and we should try all her menus. I am also amazed to see this cozy house concept restaurant.

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    1. Twilight Man: ya, the setting here is quite interesting! ;)

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  4. I like rosti, but haven't had that for ages.

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    1. CK: maybe you can make some rosti for your weekend kitchen! ;)

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  5. They only sell Rosti? That's very adventurous ~

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    1. Choi Yen: it's good to specialise! :D

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