Cafe La Fayette has been at Damansara Uptown for ages I think. It used to be situated somewhere near the now closed Frisson Cafe and it recently moved to another location (along the same row as The Ship).
This is pretty much a place that exudes a cosy ambiance which attracts people who are into places that are instagram worthy.
It has banquette seating for those of us who are not so confident that the chairs can hold our weight wahahahaha!! The seat is wide and you will be comfortable with the scatter cushion against your back.
As it's French name suggests, this place serves western food. So you will expect the gamut of pastas, burgers, grilled meats and such. And yes, they serve coffee and desserts.
On my first visit I was in the mood for lamb chops.
It looks quite presentable on the menu but of course there is the disclaimer "Pictures are for illustration purposes only".
So my Grilled Lamb Chop was served looking like this.
I was not asked what sauce I preferred and I do wish that the sauce was served on the side as illustrated. There was also no mint sauce in sight. Fortunately the lamb chops were tender and decently executed.
I did not order drinks and I was pleased to note that water is served on the house.
Then it was time for dessert.
It looks presentable with colorful ingredients thrown in and generous amount of chicken cubes. But it was soggy and lacking in flavor. So I'm afraid I did not enjoy the fried rice.
Instead of dessert, I opted for an ice blended Mocha. It was all right, looking at the bright side, it was not sweet, just the way I like it.
I wish Cafe La Fayette all the best and though the food may not be as vibrant (in taste) as the ambiance (in my opinion of course), I bet they will have no trouble attracting customers who are into the trend of hanging out at cool looking eateries.