Beta KL Restaurant
- Popular Malaysia Restaurant
Address168 Fraser Place
No 10 Jalan Perak
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hour12:00PM - 3:00PM, 5:00PM - 1:00AM
Closed on Monday
Contact number03-2181 2990
Price / FeeBaked Fish Collar (RM30) ‧ Duck Spaghetti (RM28) ‧ Grilled Chicken Salad (RM22) ‧ Spicy Seafood Pasta (RM30)
[1 year ago]
Banana (RM38) ‧ Bird's Nest (RM80) ‧ Chicken (RM45) ‧ Crispy soft shell crabs (RM45) ‧ Duck Leg (RM60) ‧ Eastern Sago (RM30) ‧ Eastern Stew (RM42) ‧ Fish Collar (RM60) ‧ Harvest Sour (RM40) ‧ Hybrid Brew (RM42) ‧ Inverted Karipap (RM30) ‧ Jungle Colada (RM40) ‧ Moȅt & Chandon Brut Champagne /glass (RM58) ‧ Ox Tongue (RM27) ‧ Peranakan Duck Leg (RM60) ‧ Roti (RM8) ‧ Sago (RM30) ‧ Scallop (RM60) ‧ Soft Shelled Chilli Crab (RM45) ‧ Spicy Garden (RM32)
Signature DishesInverted Karipap ‧ Banana ‧ Chicken ‧ Duck Leg ‧ Jungle Colada ‧ Hybrid Brew ‧ The Oriental ‧ Malaysian Daiquiri ‧ Hanz Sling ‧ Ox Tongue ‧ Harvest Sour ‧ Eastern Stew ‧ Spicy Garden
DishesBarramundi ‧ Beef Short Rib ‧ Beef short ribs ‧ Bidor Spring Chicken ‧ Crab Custard ‧ Earl Grey with Chocolate and Caramel ‧ Hanz Sling ‧ Happiness and Harmony ‧ Kedondong and asam boi sorbet ‧ Local Barramundi ‧ Malaysian Daiquiri ‧ Mushroom Tart ‧ Orange snow ‧ Pick-Me-Up ‧ Sweet Dew ‧ The Oriental ‧ Tiger Prawn Roulade ‧ Tiger Prawns ‧ Virgin Watermelon Daiquiri
BETA is a brainchild of five dynamic individuals behind the vibrant Malaysian-inspired Modern European restaurant, Skillet@163. BETA (in Greek βήτα or letter β) simply means number 2 and a representation of the second outlet. In the Malaysian context, BETA is a royal salutation for kings or sultans, which basically means ‘I’ or ‘me’.
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Beta KL: 2019 New Lunch MenuOn the other hand, Baby D's favorite was the Duck Spaghetti (RM28) with confit tomato and quinoa. Of course this ain't no ordinary pasta - the duck is braised with spices and wood ear fungus. It tastes just like the braised Hakka pork dish, only this is made with duck since the restaurant is pork-free. The quinoa gives extra texture to the dish and the tomatoes are slowly cooked with assam boi (and the result is amazing, a mini umami bomb).
Beta KL5.0 of 5 stars
Beta KL, Kuala Lumpur - Restaurant Reviews, Phone Number & Photos - TripAdvisorBeta KL, Kuala Lumpur: See 3 unbiased reviews of Beta KL, rated 5 of 5 on TripAdvisor and ranked #717 of 4,562 restaurants in Kuala Lumpur.
Beta KL Menu, Contemporary Malaysian RestaurantReasons to try the new Beta KL Menu: set menus make it easy to decide with the experts already making suggestions of what goes well together; must try the new cocktails with or without food.
Beta KL 2.0: New Menu to Welcome 2019The Tiger Prawn Roulade is the perfect example of head to tail eating, utilising every part of the prawn including its head and shell. Drawing inspiration from yong tau foo, the roulade is made with locally sourced prawns; with minced and diced prawns and chestnuts for added texture. The shells are used to make the aioli which the deep fried prawn head sits on. Pickled torch ginger flower and pickled radish complete this delightful dish. One of my favorites from the new menu!
Beta KL @ Fraser’s PlaceChicken @ RM 45, add on with bentong ginger and lotus crips. As for this dish, I have no idea what to say as for us being local, we had too much street food and I felt that I am just eating “atas” Hainanese Chicken. not much twist of it. Too normal for my liking even knowing the meat is sous vide.
Beta KL, Restobar, Fraser’s Place, Contemporary MalaysianReasons to visit Beta KL: Cocktails with ingredients you’ve either never heard of, or never had in a cocktail before, deconstructed and reimagined dishes featuring traditional recipes and flavours, and a sense of royalty in every mouthful. The Harvest Sour and Eastern Stew are our cocktail picks, while the Soft Shelled Crab, Fish Collar and Chicken are inspired takes on cherished local meals. And if you’re after an Instagram sensation, try the Bird’s Nest.
BETA Restobar, KL - Innovative Modern Malaysian CuisineThe Duck Leg (RM60) is inspired by the Peranakan pongteh dish. The duck leg is first confit, and then before serving, given an oil bath to make the skin crispy. This is served with a thick, caramelised dark sauce made of fermented black beans. You can enjoy the duck meat with some roti (RM8), like a wrap.