Holla! Weekend is here again! And foodandholiday is back here again for food post! Actually this piece of writing will not take you anywhere, as we don't think we have covered much enough that a blog post should have to. But well, since we were there few days ago and since we have our Canon dan Sony mirrorless camera with us too, we ended up taking the roles of the food-tographer. No matter what, we will do our utmost effort to depict this place into words. =) This cafe's amazing interior design absolutely has stolen our heart. Their nicely decorated place exudes nothing but spacious, comfortable and lovely ambience. Though we wondered why there are monkeys like almost in every corner of the cafe. LOL. Talk about the decoration, they have a lot of people portraits in B&W concept hanging on the cement wall. And do you guys notice the golden face there? We previously deemed that it was a 3D lighting animation, but it's apparently not. It's darn cool!
We didn't order much food there. Anyways, The Harvest doesn't have much options too if you are into main course. But they have plenty of breads selection and a handful of beautiful desserts for the customers to snack on. We did order their Chicken Mushroom Puff at at Idr. 18,000.- It was normal good but nothing remarkable, just an ordinary chicken puff (no picture was taken for this). For beverages, we had : - Ice Lemon Tea : Idr. 25,000.-
- Equil : Idr. 17,000.-
As for food, we had : - Spaghetti Balinese Style : Idr. 65,000.- Because Aglio Olio is too mainstream, so we made our choice on this Spaghetti Balinese Style. The name is indeed unique, but the taste was not much different than regular sphagetti. But one thing, we must applaud the texture of the spaghetti which was indeed al dente.
As some of the members of foodandholiday was having a sweet tooth that needed an immediate fix, we had this Volcano for our last meal that day. - Volcano : Idr. 50,000.- As far as we can recall and as far as the eyes could see, there's a scoop of ice cream topped with almond flakes with kind of dark chocolate brownie piled under it. We did feel that the dark chocolate was abit too bitter for our liking, but it was still enjoyable nonetheless.
On the whole, we had a good time there. Service was relatively good too. We can't wait to come back again to have a look at those monkeys again and also, of course, to try out their specialty desserts ;) Have a great weekend, everyone~!! Address : The Harvest Patisserie & Chocolatier Jln. Cipto No. 8, Medan. Ph : 061-4568190