Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, salah satu mercu tanda beli belah di negara Malaysia ini dan antara mall yang aku paling jarang pegi.
Very nice lunch.
Crowded, food is okay. Most dessert are sold out.
The food at Quivo was good, but it didn’t leave a lasting impression on us. It was pretty expensive too, so we won’t be returning. I wouldn’t write off this place, though. Most of the other restaurants in the Pavilion Mall Connection are monocultural, but Quivo offers a variety of cuisines. Some dishes are very casual like burgers, while others are more upscale like the surf and turf. Quivo would be an ideal place for a big group so that everyone can get what they want.
Guinness Malaysia has officially launched its first-ever flagship outlet, Arthur’s Storehouse in Malaysia at Pavilion KL. Fans can enjoy the true Guinness experience alongside a Guinness-infused food and cocktail menu as well as exclusive merchandise imported from the Dublin Storehouse.
Five Guys is expensive for Malaysia – feeling more so in relative terms than the UK – with our 2 burgers, cheese sandwich, soda, and milkshake coming in at RM137. It won’t be a regular trip, but it’s good to know it’s the same standard as we’ve had before.
Hong Kong-based coffee chain, The Coffee Academïcs (TCA), said to be a multiple award-winning speciality coffee brand, made its debut at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. Spanning some 2,013 sq ft with an 80-seating capacity, the cafe offers a different coffee experience for enthusiasts, given its interesting coffee flavours.
One must tru here is their Oraoshi Toriniku Nanban. Enjoy the succulent and juicy deep fried chicken chunks which is beautifully topped with the grated radish, and then dipped them with their Nanban Sauce. The chicken comes simply tender and juicy too!
Overall, another nice visit and glad to find out some of their other dishes are as good as their tonkatsu. Going to stick to their omelette on future visit. And hope to check out their noodles and nabemono pot too.
In here, one must have is their Giant Pork Knuckle. The pork knuckle which is cooked for 3 hours and then being deep fried till perfection. They are then served with the black pepper sauce, baby potatoes, bacon sauerkraut, and grilled vegetables.
Verdict: If you asked is % Arabica Pavilion worth queuing, we would say you may try once, if you have the time, and the line is bearable to you. We do love the overall interior layout of %Arabica Pavilion, but talking about returning, yes but probably not so soon. Will drop by when there’s lesser crowd (*guess it will take quite some time) in future, for a better coffee experience.
I settled down with a cup of hot Americano (MYR 14) as my initially intended filter coffee wasn’t ready yet. Since this black is the nearest clean coffee I can have after my usual hand brew- it’s not bad actually.