Wild Sheep Chase may sound familiar to those of you who read Haruki Murakami books but this isn’t a book review. This is a review on a chic minimalist café and their equally minimalist menu.
Ollie pays a visit.
As the saying goes quality not quantity and Wild Sheep Chase has done exactly that.
The interior of the café gives a clean and modern aesthetic not clinical but there’s a warm, airy feel probably due to the huge windows which brings in natural light so it’s always bright and airy.
As for their dishes, Wild Sheep does what they do best. Their Soufflés. There is a reason why their menu selection is limited, it’s because they focus on what they are good at which makes it a niche for getting the BEST Soufflés in Kuala Lumpur.
Lets start off with their specialty, vanilla soufflé (RM17) served with osmanthus-infused syrup and grapefruit sorbet, fluffy is an understatement. It’s not too sweet as the name would suggest and the tang of the sorbet goes hand in hand with the creamy soufflé.
The last dish we decided to try was something not related to what Wild Sheep was famous for but we were feeling adventurous. It was the Tomato Pasta with Fried Seabass (RM 24). This was also one of the dishes which we would go back for. The fish was fried o perfection. The sauce was magical and the sides went perfectly with the pasta. The only flaw was that the portion size seemed a little small for the price.
Over all it was a very good experience. We will definitely be going back to try more of their food (and the savory soufflé).
Overall: 86% Foodiehood Satisfaction