I love desserts and often find myself craving something sweet. One day, I was just craving for a good banoffee pie. And everywhere I asked I was pointed towards The Humble Pie, so I had to go down and try it out for myself.
I found out they served savoury dishes too and went there for dinner. For starters, I had the Japanese potato salad (RM10). I thought it was pretty good and they had onions and Japanese cucumbers in it, giving the dish a tangy crunch.
Then for the main course, I decided on the cottage pie (RM15). Slow oven-roasted topside beef with onions and vegetables topped with buttery mashed potatoes with cheddar cheese. It came with a side of Waldorf salad and garlic bread. I remember it was a rainy day that day and a warm pie was just the perfect comfort food in the chilly weather.
I was the The Humble Pie with a friend of mine and he ordered the classic Bolognese spaghetti (RM16). We both found that the dish wasn't too spectacular. It did however had a nice homemade taste to it.
And after all that, I finally get to have what I came here for — the famous banoffee pie (RM10). Honestly, I have had a few banoffee pies out there and even tried making my own, but this was just out of this world. The best banoffee pie i have had thus far. Toffee spread on a tart with slices of bananas topped with a generous heaping of thick cream with coffee powder sprinkled on the top. It was definitely the perfect ending to my rainy night. I even bought more to tapao back home!
The sweet pies here are definitely a must try! I heard their musang king pie (RM15) is just heavenly! But it's seasonal, so if they have it, you better try it!
And those living near Section 17, you're in luck! You can order food from The Humble Pie via Food Panda. Be lazy and let the food come to you.