do keep in mind this place gets very crowded during lunch and that the food here is generally a bit more expensive.
I do not recommend Bo Dining. This place seems to live off of people who get more joy from sitting in a luxurious, pretentious space than actually eating great food. At Bo Dining, you’re mostly paying for the ambience and the “Instagram fee.” There are other brunch spots in the city that look nice but have much tastier food.
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The food at Bo won’t blow you away, but it’s generally of a high standard and not too high a price. The ambience is pleasant and the staff are professional – we even had a party here pre-Covid, so I’m very happy to recommend it.
This is indeed my kind of favorites. The lovely plate of seafood goodness in one plate where we are enjoying the delicious XL White Clams, Octopus Tentacles, Tiger Prawns, Mussels, Tomato Seafood Soup with the Grilled Ciabatta. The dish is just so nice and seafood are superbly fresh and juicy.
If you are not so hardcore like me, you guys can give it a try. Pricing average per head is about RM 40 – RM 80 (depending what you order)
Still, I will probably visit this place again.
The Cheese sandwich was yummy. I liked it. As its name suggest, there was 3 types of cheese involved – Gouda, Mozzarella and Cheddar. Gooey and dense …yum!
It new second outlet is close to my office (yay!)and offers the same excellent coffee and industrial interior. The lunch offerings are pretty good but today we tried their Scrambled Egg Croissant for the first time. We were pleasantly surprised.
Reasons to visit De.Wan 1958 by Chef Wan: family recipes not often found in restaurants in KL; OTT décor (love it); must order the Nasi Lemak Pandan, Kerabu Mee Hoon Nyonya Bunga Telang and Johor Laksa.
For the coming Chinese New Year celebration, for a change, why not take the family or have a friends gathering to savour Malay cuisine? At De.Wan 1958 by Chef Wan, there are CNY Set Menus for group dining, for groups of 8-10 pax at RM1,388 & RM1,688 and a bigger set at RM1,888 for 10-12 pax.