Originated from Seoul, Chir Chir (치르치르) is the largest fried chicken chain in Korea with over 100 stores in China, Taiwan, Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia.
Honey Butter Chicken (RM24.90) A highly addictive dish which I agree with crispy boneless fried chicken chucks with potato wedges and rice cakes, tossed with honey butter sauce and seasoning.
Started with this Rose Cheese Chiqueen, a cheesy chicken platter that’s going to become cheese lovers’ new favourite! Fried chicken tenders stacked over a bed of fondue cheese, topped with chunky potato wedges and cherry tomatoes, further heaped with mozzarella sauce.
Morganfield's, Home of Sticky Bones, is famous for its chargrilled pork ribs.
Everyone's top pick for the night has to be the Roasted Pork Belly. We dig into the juicy and tender Roasted Pork Belly, scoring a high with everyone at the dinner table. Spot the crunchy pork skin, so sinful yet tempting! Roasted Pork Belly RM 22.90
Wild Honey is wildly popular in Singapore for a good reason. It’s definitely worth leaving the ever-popular ground floor of Pavilion to discover their homey charms with a unique twist. Don’t miss: the Golden Triangle and the Parisienne.
I visited Wild Honey, Pavilion again and noticed that the Barbary (duck leg confit) dish and Greek (Open faced omelette baked with fragrant lamb moussaka) dish have been removed from their menu and there were new items in the menu.
Crowded, food is okay. Most dessert are sold out.
Chocolate Millefeuille - MYR 16 nett. Coffee Eclair - MYR 13 nett. Both of them are half eaten in the photo above. In a nutshell - while they taste better than those sold in other bakeries but they are still on the sweeter side since they are meant to be sweet pastries so I don't think I will go back for more.
My Personal Opinion Bring your sweet tooth (and, by that, I really mean your sweet tooth) if you want to enjoy these baked goods. Make sure you order yourself a black coffee...and make sure it's bitter (without adding sugar) to cut through all that sweetness, otherwise it'll send you straight to diabetic heaven! ;P In the end, it proved way too sweet for me to have any remote chance of enjoying these sweet goodies. I'm afraid once was quite enough! >_< I'd rather go for the famous Japanese pastry, Chateraise Patisserie, instead.
Marinara Aglio Pasta at MYR 38.90+ (6% SST = MYR 41.25 nett) from the ala carte menu. As per our request for no salt, this dish is not salty at all but is still very flavourful due to the fresh seafood so we are pleased with their good service of fulfilling our special requirement.
All in all, I like the warm interior and spaciousness of the place which makes it an ideal venue if you're looking for a nice, quiet place to have dinner...and a conversation (one that's obviously a lot less hectic and noisy than some of the other restaurants in this mall) ^_~ The food, though not outstanding but certainly more than average, is still decent enough in my books for a repeat visit as there are lots more on the menu to try.
Seafood Risotto RM39.90 Our favourite in D Empire Restaurant. Risotto is getting more common in Kuala Lumpur but not all done it right, sometimes over rich, sticky and way too difficult to finish. D Empire version is surprisingly delicious! Creamy gravy but not cloying, thickly coated to rice that is still hard at the centre of grain. Tossed with mussels, squid, prawns and clams.
I'd like to say that my first dining experience at Nam Heong has been a positive one...though their famed Ipoh White Coffee (or black coffee) was a miss for me. I suppose if you're looking for hawker classics in a clean mall environment (and willing to pay mainstream mall prices), this could be a possibility! ^_~ Since what I tried was just a tiny fraction of what they offer, I wanted to return to try more...and I did....but my second outing left much to be desired. You see, I had seen quite a few dishes (on other blogs) that I wanted to try (like poached baby octopus, fried mantou with curry pork, mini assam laksa, etc.) that were available in Starling but was told they've just started (in Pavilion) and didn't have them on the menu yet. So I returned (more than 3 months later) one dinner night hoping that I may be able to savour these and more but couldn't find them on the menu. Not only that but we found some other dishes that we wanted to try (that were listed on their paper menu coz we were given a copy) not listed on their iPad menu (one such dish was the signature dry assam curry noodles which I wanted to try). There were also many dishes listed on the iPad as Sold Out (and some of them were their signature dishes). How can a restaurant run out of their signature dishes...at prime dinner time (7.30pm) on a weekend? I decided to ask a server and was told that whatever I can't find on the iPad means they don't have it anymore (I don't know if that meant just that evening or no longer on the menu for good...even something as simple as char siew rice)! @_@ In the end, we got up and left. This is certainly not the impression I have of how Nam Heong runs its business (unless it was just this outlet only). I doubt I'll return to a place where I have to second-guess what will or will not be on the menu or what I can or cannot have on any given day! :P
来到这里一定一定一定要吃他们家的总统土司! 毕竟这一生应该是没有机会当总统了, 那就来片总统土司, 尝试一下总统的滋味究竟是如何吧~
What do We Like about Dai Cha Dim, Pavillion KL? -The many variety of foods selection -The foods were tasty
Asides from that, I ordered the Steam rice which is the Steamed Minced Meat with Salted Fish. It is such a comfort dish to go for and I love it so much too.
The Beef Brisket Noodle Soup was decent... though a little too greasy to our liking, the broth carried the right seasoning and come with an in-depth meaty flavor. On the meat, we were served a mix of perfectly cooked, tender tendons and beef briskets. A pity that the serving portion was a little small.
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.
Reasons to order Quivo On the Go: a wide selection of western favourites; food that travels reasonably well; something to suit families looking for meat-free options as well as something for the carnivore.
Margherita Pizza X Qeema Pizza The wood-fired pizza with a crispy and thin-crust generously laden with toppings was amazing. Highly recommended!
My Personal Opinion After striking out twice with Hong Kong-style cuisine in Starz Kitchen and then HK Boy Cart Noodles, it was third time lucky and a relief to finally find Hong Kong-inspired food that I (at least) enjoyed. The prawn wontons, both the fried and soup version, are what you need to get here. The dry prawn roe noodles was the other surprise favourite but the luncheon meat rice was what I enjoyed the most. It's funny that I came here primarily to try their authentic wonton noodles (which is still more than satisfying) but leave raving about their premium quality luncheon meat and double egg rice. If I can only have one dish here, it'll be this one. Each time I'm in Pavilion now, I'm thinking of having it. ^_^
Mak's Chee serves the beef with very thin noodle, the sauce is definilty not as good as those I tasted in HK;
In conjunction with the opening of its second outlet, Mak’s Chee now is gladly introducing a new, delectable and authentic limited time promotional dish - Swiss Chicken Leg, to tantalize the busy working professionals, tourists, and families alike.
Reasons to try the TWG Tea Sparkling Afternoon Tea: free-flow sparkling, wine or tea as you choose; refillable canapes; a thoughtful menu of tea-infused sweets and savouries.
Most of us chose the Grilled Wagyu Burger (RM45) and I can see why it's a favorite here! Tender and juicy, the beef patty was sandwiched between homemade buns with lettuce, tomato and Emmental cheese. This is accompanied with matchstick fries as well as mesclun salad tossed in an 1837 Green Tea infused vinaigrette.
TWG fine luxury tea. TWG exquisite afternoon tea. To us, TWG Tea Salon and Boutique is very much associated with hi-tea style dining in an elegance ambience. In other words, shame to say, we actually put less focus on their savoury menu every time we are here, until we tasted their Festive Set at TWG Tea Salon and Boutique, Pavilion KL. For TWG Malaysia Festive Set Menu, diners can enjoy throughout the month of December 2017, all day at TWG Tea Salons & Boutiques Pavilion KL, The Gardens Mall and Gurney Paragon Mall. Full 3-course set is priced at RM98+, including a choice of TWG Tea*.
Situated at the heart of the trendy Bukit Bintang district lies the perfect reason to indulge not only in finest fashion, urban leisure but also gourmet indulgence such as Simmer Huang- the very first imperial Chinese culinary, nutritiously prepared and enjoy with your favourite spread of meat and seafood, stacked up in few layers before steamed in signature sauce. No complex cooking is involved but only traditional steaming, as that would lock in the moisture and essence of these ingredients.
Hui Lau Shan Dessert 许式甜品 Desserts in Simmer Huang is much better than expected, as they carry sweet treats from Hui Lan Shan, the famous mango dessert chain from Hong Kong. We went straight to Mango Feast, a platter that put together 3 types of mango dessert. Ice cream with mango is the best!
My friend selected the tomato broth and I selected the milk broth though I cannot taste the milk in the broth, more like herbal soup though the colour of the broth is milky white.
Worth the Visit? Yes! for us. As we’ve not step foot in any Haidilao before, we can’t make any comparisons. But in terms of satisfaction when it comes to great service, ambiance & food quality, we’re happy with all of them. Well, maybe not the waiting part so we will definitely go earlier like this time if we were to revisit!
What do We Like about Five Guys, Pavilion KL? -The beef patties were good and not too dried. Portions of the fries and burgers were huge
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.
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.
The reason why they have so many regular customers is their tonkatsu. The perfect crispy skin and well marinated tender meat and don’t forget to dip into their katsu sauce with Japanese sesame seed. The end product is heart warming tonkatsu experience that you will adore.
One of a wine spot that got into my friends list is The Barn at 1 Mont Kiara. With one of the latest outlet operating at Pavilion KL, it do bring joy to some of my friend that work around that area. Decent to good wines, it is best to go pair along with a nice snacks or mains. Their latest seasonal menu Ibérico de Belotta pork imported from Spain that starts from May till 15th July will be a good pairing.
Diners may enjoy Happy Hour from 12pm till 8pm daily (all-day long on every Tuesday), while lunch-goers can indulge in Executive Set Lunch options every day from 12–3pm (including public holidays and weekends) with complimentary fresh salad and soup-of-the-day. What’s more, on Thursday and Friday evenings, guests are treated to exhilarating live band performances.
THE BAR°N has always my favourite choice for their scrumptious spread of meaty-licious steak. lamb, pork ribs and chicken.
Dahi Puri – Burst in your mouth with one bite. The simply delicious Indian street snack with shocking flavor.
虽然Barbeque Nation主打的都是印度料理，但也吸引了不少的各种族朋友的前来。 如果你是非常喜欢吃印度料理的话，不妨前来一试！
Barbeque Nation 'EAT-ALL-YOU-CAN' BUFFET is priced accordingly for lunch and dinner and SUBJECT TO 10% SERVICE CHARGE LUNCH (MON-FRI) - RM 49 DINNER (MON-THURS)- RM 59 LUNCH (SAT-SUN) - RM 59 DINNER (FRI-SUN) - RM 69 KIDS (FIXED AT) - RM 29
Verdict: 1. Tapas Club is a great place for dine and wine by both the day and night. Highly recommended for special occasions, celebrations or private functions too. 2. Overall, Tapas Club has far exceeded our expectations in almost all aspects, be it the quality of food, ambiance or service. If I were to have any complaints at all, it would be the overall taste of food leaning towards the heavier (stronger) side. But no worries, pairing them with some boozes will help balance out the flavours. 3. Recommended: Garlic Prawn, Squid Ink Paella, Tapas Club Cheesecake
Suckling pig with spinach - MYR 27++ (MYR 31.32 nett). Juicy fatty fine meat with skin as crispy as a potato chip. The aioli dip, made from garlic and olive oil is smooth and garlicky.
Iberico Pork Skewers – RM25 A dish perfect for a Spanish party! I was really amazed at how tasty and juicy they were.
Pork Belly Omelet is da bomb. That I alway senjoy. Silky smooth egg with special sauce. Simple and spot on.
As for the main; we have the Australian Wagyu Sirloin (RM190.00). The Wagyu Sirloin is awesomely good and they are perfectly done with the perfect medium rare. The texture is just right and the meat is just tender and juicy. Every bites is wonderful and they are paired with their signature sauce to go with it.
♥Verdict: It was a pleasant dining experience at Okonomi and it’s a good place to have some authentic Okonomiyaki and Teppan dishes. Don’t take my word for it, drop by if you have chance and allow your palate to make its judgement.
My Personal Opinion I found most of the dishes had a touch of luxury (we ate with gold cutlery, you know, hehe) but at an affordable price point (bearing in mind that this is in a shopping mall like Pavilion). I was quite happy with the quality of the ingredients based on the prices charged in such an environment. The food was well presented and tasty...and the ambience and service elevated the food experience further.
With their limited menu, they only have 10 food choice with 8 types of beverages. Some of the MUST TRY includes The Calia Wagyu Bowl, Aburi Salmon, Toro Bowl, and more. As for desserts, don’t miss out their Miso Crumble Cheesecake.