AddressLot G13, Nexus Bangsar South City
59200 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hourMonday - Friday: 11:00AM - 1:00AM
Saturday - Sunday: 12:00PM - 1:00AM
Contact number03-2242 0711
Price / Fee[3 years ago]
Char Kuey Teow (RM9.90) ‧ Chicken Vindaloo with Rice (RM12.90) ‧ Curious Popcorn Chicken (RM10.90) ‧ Maggi Goreng (RM11.90) ‧ Salted Egg Sotong (RM8.90)
Malaysian Inspired Tapas Bar - At MALas, we want you to experience both worlds: Feel the nostalgic ‘kopi’ shop vibe & sit back with a glass of beer. Taste our exciting fusion of various Malaysian tapas, focusing on colloquial cuisine complemented with a touch of Malay, Chinese & Indian flavours, and take your time to share it with your friends.
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Malas Tapas Bar @ Nexus Bangsar SouthMalas- supposedly spelled as Malaysian Tapas but makes a lousy portmanteau when named Malas. If it isn’t obvious enough that it actually meant lazy in bahasa, well then one could easily identify that and see it in their operating staffs because they are definitely living up to the name of this place for sure. The service crew seriously need a massive encouragement (when we are the only customer) to get them paying more attention to the customers; let alone requesting them to walk over to our table. Dainty choices are there on the menu to spoilt the customers but if Malas were to be judged solely on this alone, it would be a breakthrough for local flavour for sure. Though very unfortunately, the rest of the dining experience left it a few pegs short.
MALas Tapas Bar @ Nexus Bangsar South – Simple yet DeliciousChicken Vindaloo with Rice, 12.90 ringgit. This was yummmm! Different but yummy. What you’d get on the plate is rice + half a thigh with gravy + papadum + cucumber. I loved the chicken and the gravy, loved it a lot that I had to request for extra gravy, lol. Yea, I am one of those who enjoys the ‘banjir’ effect, making sure every bit of rice has gravy on it. Good stuff, yawww. The, there were the papadums. Let me tell you, the crackers that accompanied the noodles were bad enough, now this, the papadums, was worst. I just do not get it – if it is soo bad, why put it on the plate? It had no crunchiness whatsoever, it felt a lil bit like how it was suppose to be prior to getting fried. Now this, I had to request for replacement because I love them papadums, which they did. The new ones were as they should be, crunchy. So yea, minus the papadum blunder, the rest of the dish was yummy. Loved it.