The ambiance was laidback, barnlike decor, creating a comfy space for us to catch up.
Order the The Atlantic (RM27), in-house cured salmon served with two poached eggs, ikura, wilted Australian baby spinach, sauteed mushrooms and fluffy brioche toast, drizzled with Hollandaise sauce. The presentation and flavours were absolutely spot on. And that brioche toast is so good!
The Kraken - MYR 30++ (10% service charge, 6% SST = MYR 34.80 nett). Squid ink pasta with one whole grilled tender squid in creamy curry sauce. My friend ate everything except the deep fried curry leaves so I believe this dish is tasty. A glass bottle of plain drinking water is provided foc.
Verdict: It’s an ideal destination to consider if you want to chill with nice wines and good food in a posh yet easy-going atmosphere. Certainly a great place to wind down your evening with a little wine sipping and light conversation with friends or colleagues after a hard day’s work.
Reasons to visit The Eighth Avenue Publika: fantastic new cocktail menu; must try The Yum List, Beachside Daiquiri and the Wild Child; a well-balanced menu offering a good range of healthy vegetarian all the way up to decadent porkiness; must-order the spinach salad, pork satay, BBQ ribs and carrot cake.
With the concept of gastro bar, The Eighth Avenue is serving your favourite booze with a twist of authentic creations and a fusion mix.
It’s a great place for drinks and to settle down on some comfort food. Whether you favour beer, wine or serious cocktails, a beer-and-shot special or a transporting glass of wine, Eighth Avenue has a game-changing bar to slake your thirst.
There might not be fancy slick furniture’s or sophisticated equipped tabletop grills like many other Korean BBQ joints, but this place is almost always full and packed with patrons. If you are looking for a good Korean charcoal barbecue fix, then look no further. This one here is considerably well round up with all the classics including delicious spicy pork, seafood, and marinated chicken alongside appetising banchans.
It can get hot as the restaurant does not have air-conditioning, only fans, and furthermore you will be cooking over a charcoal fire, so best come here on cool afternoon or later in the evening. From the menu, there are a few sets to choose from, or you can order off the a la carte menu. Other than Korean BBQ, they also have kimchi jjigae, kimchi fried rice, pajeon and much more on the menu.
Reasons to visit Positano Risto, Publika: pork and alcohol-free Italian cuisine.
We highly recommend their Viva La Pizza Roma Style Thin Crust Pizzas, especially Positano Super Supreme Calzone RM59.95. Generous portion, great for sharing. A redefined version of traditional calzone, constructed into open faced with 8 handcrafted pockets filled with mushrooms and beef pastrami. Rocket salad, Burrata cheese, Parmesan cheese, Tomato sauce, Mozzarella, Turkey ham, beef pepperoni further topped over crispy, thin crust pizza base.
Main: Chicken Milanese Using the healthy chicken breast, the meat is served in thin slices leaving you with the moist and juicy texture. Every mouthful of the meat is indeed tempting and juicy. Love every bites of these chicken Milanese.
Tori Karaage (RM 13) The deep fried chicken is one of our favourite too! Enjoy till the fullest the deep fried chicken which is packed with the robust flavours, juicy meat and crispy skin. Perfect indulgence.
Another not to be missed item from the Buffet menu is the Wagyu Steak (RM118.00 per plate for ala-carte). For Wagyu lovers, this is a must-order in a medium-rare cooking style. Although the steak comes with a Goma (Sesame Dressing), as a fan of Wagyu will attest, that the best way to taste a nice cut of Wagyu Beef is just by grilling it with salt and pepper with no sauce to cover the natural taste and goodness of the beef cut.
Priced at only RM 288+ [adult] & RM 188+ [child] ~ this is a steal for all WAGYU BEEF lovers. YUGO HOUSE allows diners to stay a maximum of two hours [120 minutes] of the dining experience.
Verdict:Certainly no hesitation in recommending the Hokkaido Pork Don here. Service was warm and prices are fair, revisit is a must!
店员安排我们坐在室内，靠近厨房的位子 嗯，就有点热（😰）） 优点是可以观赏免费的火秀
Overall Rating: 8/10. I thought my Japanese meal here that evening was delicious, and reasonably priced for it's quality and quantity served. Best Hokkaido Pork Don in town? I would definitely come back for you.
Their Hainanese Pork Chop is one of the latest release in Ante where one can now enjoy the premium pork that is topped with the sweet and yet sourish blend of tomato base sauce. They are absolutely a must to try where the portion comes pretty generous and the meat is tender and juicy. Yummz!
In conjunction with Merdeka, ANTE is launching a special Nasi Kerabu Pork Rendang available in both Publika and 1 Utama outlets. This month long promotional dish is available only from the 1st of August to the 31st of August 2018 at RM23.90.
Reasons to visit Ante Publika: the cooking is progressive and the ante is always being upped. Although the menu is evolving to include healthy options, seafood, and chicken; the pork is still king. Faves of the day and must-haves include Iberico Baby Ribs, Pork Terrine and Crispy Skin Miso Pork Belly.
An authentic culinary journey awaits with a variety of authentic kampung dishes such as nasi biryani Johor kambing, special Johor beef curry, masak lemak nangka muda, pecal pengantin, soto ayam traditional, sambal goreng kering paru, asam pedas ikan tenggiri, lemak sayur manis labu, kuih nyonya, bubur chacha asli, and not forgetting lok–lok served with a variety of special sauces and chee cheong fun.
Now everyone can have a taste of Harith's favourites such as Nasi Briyani Johor Kambing, special Johor Beef curry, pecal pengantin, Asam Pedas Ikan Tenggiri, Sambal Goreng Kering Paru, Soto Ayam Traditional, Masak Lemak Nangka Muda and among many others signature traditional dishes.
The Buffet is priced at RM68.00 Nett for adults and RM40.00 Nett for children (7-12 years old) and senior citizens (above 55 years old).
Instead of ordering 2 piece of meat. You can order 1 large pork loin, and order a gozen packs, ie additional pax (of rice, soup,cabbage) for only RM13.90 That is how you can have tokatsu for 2 under RM55
Wafu Negioroshi Hire Katsu Set comes with Rice, Tonjiru and Pickles (Free Refill) but the portion is just nice for me yet I cannot resist myself from refilling their cabbage. I love their cabbage with roasted sesame dressing. It's my all-time favorite in Tonkatsu By Ma Maison. It took some time to get our food as the place remains busy during our entire stay on Friday Night. Flavorful, moist and tender meat with crispy crust. Yum!! Wafu Negioroshi Hire Katsu Set @ RM 30.90
ORIENTAL DUCK EGG NOODLES (MYR 17.90) Malaysian favourite “Maggi” redefined ultimately! Noodles are stir-fried till flavorfully springy with the right amount of spice, before pairing it with nicely done meat slices.
The bestselling item here at MONA is the Salted egg butter chicken (RM17.90) - which was first created in 2015 at JIBRIL. The chicken pieces are coated in batter, deep fried and then coated in a rich, thick salted egg butter sauce. The salted egg flavour is unmistakable and will certainly delight the salted egg lover in you. This is served with white rice, lettuce and extra sauce on the side.
Overall, the food are very reasonable and the must orders are green ribbons pasta, sweet granny baked egg and magherita pizza
Their house famous Fahrenheit 600 Pizza was another blissful dish. Priced at merely RM 27.90, it was heavenly and I loved the crust that was so soft and good. My rating for this shall be 9/10.
Just look at the big squid. It is so good and fresh.
Other popular items like giant fresh water prawn and giant scallop are still included in the set.
For RM88 nett/pax, the buffet is time limited to 2 hours and customers can also enjoy free flow of Haagen Dazs ice cream and soft drinks. Personally, I feel this alone is worth the price because any buffet in KL that offers unlimited Haagen Dazs ice cream will cost more than RM100.
In our opinion, the pièce de résistance was the Peach Cheese Danish (RM9). The pastry was superbly flaky, topped with luscious peach slices, with cream on the inside. It was lovely – and quite comparable to the popular Peach Strudel at Kenny Hills Baker
Not many cafes offer croissants, and when they do, they’re too dry, too moist or too small. The coffee is forgettable, but Delifrance does have great tasting authentic French pastries. I wouldn’t call it cheap, but the portions are reasonable. There is such a wide variety that I’ll be coming back to Delifrance when I’m craving an afternoon sweet.
Overall I have a really pleasant experience dining at OKONOMI with all of my favorite dishes here. Chocolate and Matcha lover might be fall in love with all of their desserts here because they are the perfect place to fix all your craving. Sushi Rolls is also a must try here at OKONOMI, just have fun customized your own sushi roll with friends too!
D's crazy about Matcha flavour everything. Okonomi's matcha lava cake came out as the top recommendation and I knew this would be the perfect little birthday cake for the birthday man!
Publika has never lacked interesting eatery. So what makes Okonomi stood out amongst the other competing Japanese restaurants in the vicinity of the bustling mall? Okonomi, which translates into 'as you like it' in English, is the first ever Japanese restaurant in KL which allows you to customize your sushi rolls to your own preferences! From bases to toppings, there are 40 different fillings, 16 types of toppings, and 20 homemade sauces for you to choose from! This unique and daring idea has attracted throngs of food adventurers since they first opened about 2 years back. However, Okonomi has since evolved into a restaurant that serves more than just customised sushi rolls. The Okonomi's innovative team is always thriving and pushing their own limits to bring surprises to their patrons! Using urban Japanese cooking methods coupled with modern cuisine ideas and borrowing some ingredients from the western menu, they are finally proud to present you the all new 2017 menu which features some really exciting dishes!
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erdict: 3/5 Would return to this place for special events only, like birthdays or a special date ;) It was a little pricey for my budget. I guess this place is awesome for the unique atmosphere and deco. If only this place got set menu for lunches then it would have been better!
Overall, a nice and comfortable place for a casual meal with family and friends.
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The food is delicious. There is plenty of food and drinks to choose from. The staffs are warm and friendly (Thank you for helping me charge my phone when the battery was really low). The atmosphere is lively and comfortable. I enjoyed listening to the music while enjoying my drink and reading a book. Although the price for the meal was a little bit expensive (around RM30 – 80), I wouldn’t mid going there again once in a while. I would go there just for desserts.
Overall, the food and really flavorful and tasty, go try
Food was good and acceptable. I will return to try other items but must admit the rating of this cafe got dragged down due to the second dish.
A very minimalist design cafe, because their food is so colourful on its own already.