|Order for table number eight!|
|Thirst-quenching at its' finest|
|Sweet and very refreshing|
As you can see, La Voila Bistro has a big glass box to display its' pastries. The croissant caught my attention, as they have different toppings on top on each croissants available when I visit the bistro. One of them has fried bananas with chocolate jam on top, while the other one has fried sausage with cream cheese. As much as I would love to try La Voila Bistro's croissant, the smoked beef sandwich captivated me.
|Various selection of pastries|
I didn't exactly know the name of the sandwich, for it was not written on the menu, so let's just refer to it as the Swiss Smoked Beef Sandwich. This particular sandwich was served with some complementary appetizer, which was a couple slices of tomatoes and some lettuce covered in Thousand Island dressings. I don't usually eat the vegetables, but this one turned out pretty good and juicy.
The sandwich itself was filled with some smoked beef and melted cheese. I couldn't recognize what type of cheese that was used for the fillings, but it sure tasted damned good and savory. The melted cheese was attached to the inner part of the sandwich, making them all squishy, savory, and somehow sweet. The top of the sandwich was decorated with slightly burnt melted shredded cheese. What I love the most about this Swiss Smoked Beef Sandwich was the crust. The crust were slightly burnt, crispy, savory, and sweet. It was delightfully delicious! Save the crust for the last, trust me on this.
|A plate of sandwich that comes with vegetables for dessert|
|Make sure to leave the best part for the last|
|I can still taste the melted cheese in my mouth|
|Those melted cheese, on top of the sandwich, deserved a two thumbs up|
|The sight of the sandwich's fillings|
La Voila Bistro
Dharmawangsa Square, Ground Floor Unit 49
Jl. Dharmawangsa VI, Kebayoran Baru
Jakarta Selatan - Indonesia 12160