Thursday, May 16, 2013

Dip 'n Dip @ Jalan Telawi, Bangsar

Earlier today, went out to meet up with my high school mates at Bangsar area and we went for Dip 'n Dip / Dip and Dip located at Jalan Telawi. We had our lunch earlier on at Sri Nirwana Maju, which was clearly a mistake because by then we were all too full for Dip 'n Dip so we decided to share the desserts instead.

So what is this Dip 'n Dip you see?

Dip 'n Dip is actually a franchise which originated from Damascus, Syria where it opened its first branch for people to indulge in chocolates, sweets, and coffee and clearly, it has become successful enough to open more branches all over the world!

It's first branch in Malaysia is in Bangsar and word is that they are going to open another branch in KLCC soon! Alright, enough to keep you waiting.

When we were outside the shop, it gave me the impression that it was a very 'atas' place to be in. However when we entered the shop, I realized the air conditioner was not cold enough and it was accompanied by loud music. The shop smelt of chocolate, and we just couldn't decide on what to order.

Here is the menu and the price range is on the higher end side. The menu itself is available on the internet here 

To make ordering easier for you instead of having to wonder what is every word scrawled on the menu, they have pictures as well to make you ogle and drool over them, so you know what they all look like.

Terry, Illi and May Yen
Me and Fatty
Basically you can see how the interior of the shop looks like. We had to wait for about 15 to 20 minutes for everything to arrive as they needed time to prepare.

Hot Chocolate

Brownies crepe (RM 28.50)

Shared the brownies crepe with everyone else and the taste of the chocolate is so good. They use Belgium chocolate as the coating, hence, the better quality of chocolate. However, I must stress that this crepe is better to share among 3-4 people because it is much bigger than what it looks in pictures. We couldn't finish it because we were already full from banana leaf rice and it was quite 'jelak'. My friend that had the hot chocolate said that it was real good, and similar to what they had overseas.

Also, the bronies did not taste too sweet.


Doesn't the above picture look mouthwatering to you? Nothing better than chocolate cake topped with vanilla ice cream!

They also had chocolate fountains as display in the background where they do use it to coat the food that they serve, and May Yen wants one to dip her head in it. :P

Overall, it was a great day and a pleasant experience.

In my opinion, I would come back here again some day but perhaps, with an empty stomach and a fat purse to begin with.

Visit Dip 'n Dip at:

Dip N Dip
Chocolate Sweets & Coffee House
Jalan Telawi 3, 59100
Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur.

Phone: 603-22015052 
Opening hours: 
Sat-Thu 11:00am - 1:00am, 
Fri 2:30pm - 12:00am 


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