Pretz n' Beanz Cafe @ Solaris Mont Kiara

22:11 rebecca wong 0 Comments


Any pretzel fans out there? If you are, then I'm sure you want to know more about a cafe that I've discovered recently in Solaris Mont Kiara - Pretz n'Beanz Cafe.

Pretz n' Beanz is a cafe that serves soft pretzel and freshly-brewed coffee. Unlike some pretzel stands/stores, the pretzels at Pretz n' Beanz are made-to-order, and you can be assured to enjoy freshly-made soft pretzel every time.

When I first step foot into the cafe, I noticed they have a pretty cute logo and we were told there's a meaning behind it. The "pretzel" on the left and "coffee bean" on the right are tied together in a heart shape, representing their their love and passion for both pretzel and coffee. In the middle, there's a Chinese character of "人" (pronounce as"ren") which means human.

Thanks to Pretz n' Beanz Cafe, we had the chance to try a varieties of delicious food!

Cinnamon Sugar (RM 6.90)
I believe most of us like some sweetness in our pretzel, and the Cinnamon Sugar (RM 6.90) was one of my favourite. The soft pretzel was evenly coated with cinnamon and brown sugar. The coating might look thick, but the cinnamon and sweetness of the sugar was well-balanced and not overwhelming.

Basil Cheese Pretzel (RM 8.05)
The Basil Cheese Pretzel (RM 8.05) for a simple savoury option. The pretzel was as soft, and you can always add on some dipping sauce to go with your pretzels.

Pretz n' Stew Green Curry (RM 17.90)
At Pretz n' Beanz, you can have more than just plain pretzel. Freshly baked pretzel serves with your choices of stew - Beef Goulash, Green Curry, and Cheesy Chicken.

We decided to try their Pretz n' Stew Green Curry (RM 17.90). The perfectly baked pretzel hit all the right notes from texture to taste.

The green curry was creamy and had a nice balance of heat to spice up the appetite. Personally, I would prefer this over the dipping sauces we had.

Champignon Baked Eggs (RM 17.90)
How about some breakfast all day with pretzels? The Champignon Baked Eggs (RM 17.90) comes with tomatoes, mushroom and Mozzarella cheese with pretzels at the side.


I love love love their baked eggs! It was cheesy, creamy and earthy - everything you seek in a delicious baked eggs.

Chicken Hawaiian Pretzel Pizza (RM 15.80)
Don't get fooled by the thick crust on the pizza. Pretz n' Beanz uses pretzel dough to make their pizza, and the crust was really soft. The toppings on the Chicken Hawaiian Pretzel Pizza (RM 15.80) was fresh and flavourful. Another highly recommended dish to have at Pretz n' Beanz! 
Volcano Chocolate Cake with Ice Cream (RM 13.65)
Chocolate lovers, you wouldn't want to miss the Volcano Chocolate Cake with Ice Cream (RM 13.65). Despite not being a fan of chocolate, I quite like this lava cake. The cake has a nice thin crust, yet the inside was kept really moist. The hot cake and ice cream is truly a nice combination.

Cafe Latte - Hot (RM 11.00)
Cafe Latte - Cold (RM 11.00)
The Cafe Latte (RM 11.00) wasn't too strong and nice to have over the soft freshly-baked pretzels.

Green Tea Latte (RM 11.90)
The Green Tea Latte (RM 11.90) tasted a bit different than what I've had before. The tea aroma was very pleasant and instead of the usual bitterness, it has a mild sweetness. A very feminine drink to have.

Super Charge (RM 12.50)
Apart from coffee and tea, Pretz n' Beanz offer healthy juices too. The Super Charge (RM 12.50) is a refreshing combination of watermelon, lemon and orange.

Same as their theme colour orange - Pretz n' Beanz has a very comfy yet lively ambiance; and with their delicious pretzels, the cafe is definitely worth a visit!

Address: 22, Jalan Solaris 4, Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: Sunday to Thursday (7.30am to 12am);
                                          Friday, Saturday & Eve of Public Holiday (7.30am to 1am)
Contact: +603 6204 9733

For more information:

Website: http://www.pretznbeanz.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pretznbeanz/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pretznbeanz/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/pretznbeanz


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