Monday, November 26, 2007

J. Co Donuts @ Pavilion

The day after my exam finished, my dear and Pling came down to KL for a mission - to brave the 4 hour road trip from Pg to KL seeking for shopping "inspiration".

Coincidently, since I never stepped into Pavilion myself, I took this opportunity to go walk walk a while before I go back to rot in Penang for half a year.


Pavilion was humongous! I was wondering since when in the heart of Kl city still got such a huge space to be developed into a such a huge shopping complex. It was constructed for several years and many people like me never realize until today.

My first impression was a typical one.


Pavilion? In Bukit Bintang ah? Opposite Starhill? Then the things there surely expensive gila babi wan!


Yes it is... they got all the designers' shops from the likes of Salvatore Ferragamo, The Coach, Emeregildo Zegna, Marc Jacobs, Armani and all the luxury shops like Mont Blanc, THW and many more...


Of cos dear didn't go for all those shops, they went for the likes of Dorothy Perkins, Zara, Envee, MNG and stuff lah... So, now I was made to be shopping-literate too LOL of which previously I don't really know those shops. I do not shop that often neither.


Why I still go there ah? Just to be frank, I only have one motive being there...

J.Co Donuts!!!


I am super sure that many of you have seen and tasted this donut or doughnut (to be spelt correctly). J.Co is originated from Indonesia and it has already served over 50 millions donuts in the past 2 years.


There is this super fehmes Al-Caponne donut (top right), which is the numero uno donut in J.Co. Clockwise sequence, it is followed by the Chocolate with banana, tiramisu donut, Oreo Donut, Choco Donut and Blueberry Donut. My apologies for the inaccurate names, but heck... when you have lined up for 30 minutes and smell the freshness of the donuts, nothing comes to your mind but stuffing all those donuts into your mouth... Whoaa simply tantalizing!


Half a dozen of donuts costs Rm11 but if you buy 2 dozens like many of the rest did, it costs only RM30++ (around there lah). So the more you buy, the more you save!


J.Co also sells nice beverages, I tried the Iced Chocolate (RM9) and it tastes pretty special and ultimately fresh! Dear coupled up with some french fries and pies from King Pie and Pling bought some XXL Spicy Fried Chicken from Shihlin. That made our tea time complete. In fact, it was too much that we skipped our dinner, LOL.

The first day of the KL trip ended with just some simple shopping at Pavilion. It was a great exposure...especially with the donuts WAHAHAHA

6 comments:

james said...

u went to pavilion for the donuts?

and surprisingly, the donuts go so much variety!

make me feel hungry oni!

daniel said...

does shopping and donuts come together for you?

LOL

Anonymous said...

oh donut craze!!!

=jordan c=

Anonymous said...

yummmmm........miss KL...

Anonymous said...

yummmmm........miss KL...

Dyllis said...

Good for people to know.