Convenient set lunches of comfort food


Chicken Lasagna is a set lunch option at Xroads Deli, Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur.

If you’re hard-pressed to choose what to have for lunch, Xroads Deli at Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur is offering a weekday set lunch.

Meal options include the chicken lasagna where layers of pasta sheets and succulent chicken are unified by rich tomato sauce.

It is then topped with melted cheese bringing satisfaction with every bite.

Diners can also choose the Pad Kra Tiem (Thai Stir-fried Garlic Chicken Rice).

It is a savoury dish of chicken stir-fried with garlic, served over fluffy, hot rice. A simple yet appetising treat that’s full of flavour.

The weekday set lunch is priced at RM25nett per set (inclusive of a glass of soft drink).

If you are in the mood for indulgent desserts, the deli offers Blueberry Cream Cheese Bagel and Strawberry Gateau Charlotte Symphony as options. Each dessert is perfect with a hot cup of coffee or tea.

Velvety blueberry cream cheese and bursts of juicy blueberries are nestled within a freshly toasted bagel.

This is perfect for an afternoon pick-me-up and is priced at RM15nett each.

For the ultimate indulgence, the Strawberry Gateau Charlotte Symphony is created from layers of almond sponge, berry melba coulis, lemon curd and strawberry gateaux.

It is priced at RM150nett for a cake (1kg), while each slice is priced at RM20nett.

For details, call 03-2144 2200 (ext 2336).

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