Okay, as per my one of my previous post, where I am hugely disappointed on the steak served, I decided, I should try another steak house during my short stay in Kuala Lumpur! My choice? Qba Latin Bar & Grill @ Westin.
It’s Monday, and being a weekday, the restaurant located underground of Westin Kuala Lumpur is sorta empty.
Being served first is the bread, but no way the standard is near to Prime @ Le’ Meridien Kuala Lumpur. The bread is to go with olive oil, which is quite bland in terms of taste, hence just a bite of it, I gave up (just like in almost all other places that served free bread before my food).
Maybe that’s just because I hate most bread unless it was reallllly delicious, but well…
The waiter is a friendly one, and for appetizer, we get the Hokkaido Scallops and Western King Prawns with Romesco Sauce @ RM38. Well, I must say the Romesco Sauce is actually very unique and I like it very much. However, something I can’t accept is, for such a restaurant, the prawns served ain’t fresh at all! The prawns is soggy and does not have the sweet seafood taste that it should have. The scallop itself was okay though. 6.0/10 (the score will be much much higher if the prawns are fresh)
Posted in Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Kuala Lumpur, Location, Malaysia, Steak, Western
- Tagged Bukit bintang, hotel, Kuala Lumpur, latin, Malaysia, starwood, steak, westin
After my first visit to Lot 10 Hutong more than 1 year ago, I still wanted to go back to it everytime I came to Kuala Lumpur since there are just so much food there yet for me to try. Hence, here I am back to this food court again.
This time, instead of trying back the same thing, I and LY opt to try other stuff. Since it’s early, and the food court is pretty empty, we walked around and see what should we have.
I decided to give Kong Tai Singapore Bee Hoon @ RM8.30 a try. It was marvellous as I truly enjoy it. Very fragrant and it was the wet type which I loved. A single flaw of this is I don’t really enjoy the chilli though. 7.8/10
Posted in Chicken Rice, Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Hawker, Kuala Lumpur, Location, Malaysia, Singapore Bi Hoon, Wantan Mee
- Tagged Bukit bintang, Food, Kuala Lumpur, Lot 10, Lunch, Malaysia, non Halal, shopping mall
Lot 10 Hutong, definitely 1 of the hype for food lovers these days at Bukit Bintang area. It’s a food court that features 25 street food stalls that are selling famous local Chinese cuisine which have survived for at least 50 years, all hand-picked by Tan Sri Francis Yeoh, the managing director of YTL Corp Bhd group.
This is really a great idea, as one will not need to travel all around Kuala Lumpur to taste those nice food, as they only need to head to Lot 10 and they will be spoil with the choice of great food available. However I am actually quite skeptical of the quality of the food before I visit. However, after reading much review, it seems that the food serve there is quite good, so here am I.
Posted in Bah Kut Teh, Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Hawker, Hokkien Char (Hokkien mee for central region), Kuala Lumpur, Location, Malaysia, Porridge, Wantan Mee
- Tagged Bah Kut Teh, Bukit bintang, char siew, chicken drumstick, Food, ho weng kee, hokkien char, hokkien mee, hon kee porridge, jalan bukit bintang, kim lian kee hokkien mee, Kuala Lumpur, Lot 10, Lot 10 hutong, Lunch, Malaysia, mo sang kor bah kut teh, non Halal, Porridge, yao char kuih
After the good experience at Tarbush Restaurant, my Middle East food cravings lead me to Tajine Restaurant at Bukit Bintang. The competitiveness of Middle East Restaurant at Bukit Bintang area is fierce, as a few of them are located next to each other just oposite of Lot10 shopping mall. All the shops had a waiter standing just outside the shop, trying to pull in as many customer as they can. However, they normally just target people from Middle East, and normally won’t bother us Malaysians if you walk past.
Tajine Restaurant serves Arabic Moroccan and Lebanese cuisine, and only have 1 outlet in Malaysia. The interior design is Middle East style, and have a few of interesting painting there.
Baba Ghanuj @ RM12. It’s grilled and mashed eggplant with tomatoes garlic and olive oil. It’s very refreshing eating it, and you can go it with the nan if you wish.
Posted in Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Kuala Lumpur, Lebanese, Location, Malaysia, Restaurant (F&D)
- Tagged Baba Ghanuj, biryani lamb, Biryani rice, Bukit bintang, Dinner, eggplant, Food, Halal, jalan bukit bintang, Kuala Lumpur, Lunch, Malaysia, Tajine Restaurant