One of these eateries, The Living Room, serves as the all-day dining restaurant.
Price RM158 nett per adult RM79 nett per child (7-12 years old) *Kids below 6 years dine for free Juadah Iftar Available from 8 May to 4 July 2019.
Makan Bagus-Bagus Lah! Price : RM 158 nett per adult RM 79 nett per person ( 7-12 years old) *Children Below 6 years old and below dine for free Period : 8 May – 4 July 2019
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.
I'm hooked with Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee which is consider one of the world's best coffees. It's taste mild and perfectly balanced. OMG~ this is so delicious! The coffee is sweet with crisp finish when I took a sip of it. One of the world’s superior coffee-growing regions! BEST RECOMMENDED - MUST TRY!!!
Verdict: Jamaica Blue’s selection of coffees unquestionably can satisfy any coffee lovers but as a non coffee drinker, I’m happy with their extensive list of food as well. From breakfast (both savory and sweet), assorted hot meals (pasta, sandwiches, rolls and burgers) to dessert (scones, muffins and cakes), the choices are sufficient to please everyone.
Anyways, we are so blessed to taste one of the best and exclusive coffee for Jamaica Blue's beverages which is Blue Mountain Coffee. It is highly recommendation for those people who love to enjoy their favorite of black coffee as you can visit the Jamaica Blue! When my good friend and I tasted to drink their brand coffee, Long Black, it is quite bitter without any sugar and smell like a very strong aroma of coffee. By the way, it might make us feel energetic after drink this. Overall, it is mild & perfectly balanced and sweet with crisp finish. According to Jamaica Blue, Jamaica Blue Signature Blend is the highly recommendation for the coffee lovers!
Verdict: Hits and misses but overall it was a really tummy-satisfying meal as the portion was really huge for the price charged. Service was friendly and attentive, environment was good but the parking can be quite a problem at this area.
Best Haus’ Pork Ribs, 36.80 ringgit. The pork ribs was da bomb! Not much effort was needed to separate the meat from the bones because it literally falls of it with ease. It was sweet, succulent, tender, chewy all in one. It tasted awesome, real good that the plate was empty within minutes. I only wish that they gave me a bigger pieces because it was not nearly enough, lol. Moreeeee, I need moreeeeee! The salad on the side was refreshing. Plenty of green, tomatoes and a fruit – I cant remember what it is referred as but I do not come across many eateries that serves their greens with this particular fruit – it however works, it provided that ‘kick’, a lil sweet and a lil bitterness to it.
Choices aren’t extensive, but nicely curated with Asian-Western fusion, blending in Chef Jason’s signature flair. We really like this XO Haus Linguine Pasta RM20.80 recommended by the staff. Al-dente linguine tossed in flavouful Chinese XO sauce, laced with subtle spiciness.
PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur is a 5-star hotel in the heart of the capital city.
Our favourite? Australian Beef Tenderloin for shabu-shabu -like experience!
Diners are given four choices of soup base – Herbal Chicken, Herbal Chicken with Kei Chi, Tom Yam or Ma La. Indulge in the steamboat with selection of ingredients of red and white meat, seafood, vegetables and mushrooms.
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.
York Cheesecake, awesome!
Overall, I will definitely classify this place as my top spot for coffee when I suddenly crave for one in Pavilion. Life is nothing greater when you have a cup of good coffee to start or end your hectic day. Masa-san's coffee definitely can let me find my own inner peace to relax my mind and soul. Total Damage: RM58.30 Ambiance: 4/5 Service: 4/5 Food Serving Speed: Fast Will I Revisit?: Yes!
You can now find the new swanky Artelier Coffee X Kitchen diagonally next to TWG Tea, adjacent to luxurious brands Moschino and is currently serving moreish home baked cheesecakes, smoothie bowls and quintessentially, its meticulously chosen coffee beans profile.
If you are wondering where to get Sarawak Food in Kuala Lumpur, head on to The Loaf at Pavilion KL! Don’t forget to try their scrumptious pastries when you are at The Loaf Pavilion KL.
Overall, we had a really great dining experience at The Loaf. Thumbs up for good food(generous portion), friendly service and wonderful ambiance, we will definitely go back soon.
Verdict: To be honest, Malay cuisine most probably one of my least favourite food but I was totally impressed with what I tried on the menu of “Dine in with Chef Yusuf”. As a non Malay food fan, I give it a full stamp of approval!
Barramundi Fish & Chips, 44 ringgit The fish and chips sure was good, finger lickin good. It was fresh, juicy, crunchy … yumm! I liked the fact that the batter did not separate from the fish when it was cut into? A lot of eateries serve crispy fish and chips but once you cut into it, the crispy outer layer falls off, which tends to get annoying after a while. You would already be dealing with the fact that the plate is all greasy and slippery and then, rather than enjoying the dish, you would have to busy yourself trying to make sure with every fork full of fish, you are also able to scoop a little bit of that crispy outer layer. Get what I mean? It does tend to get frustrating. Good thing is does not happen here though. It was perfect here. I’d say that they sure did live up to their name, literally the best fish and chips I’ve tasted in a while. I’ve got to thank my friend for insisting that I have lunch here. “Best fish and chips in town”, he said and I do agree.
Known for one of the better fish & chips in town, it was certainly a decent fish & chips....just not as magnificent as it should be...for the price we paid! The food prices here are on the higher end, for sure, and the clientele on this street seems to be mostly expatriates and tourists staying in the area who want to chow down on some food and then soak in the night life by going pubbing and clubbing till the wee hours of the morning. The place seems more suitable for the younger/singles generation, if you ask me (like TREC KL)...not feeling the family vibe ^_* With cut-throat parking rates and parking being a nightmare, I'm not sure if I'll want to come back to this area (even if the food was decent)! >_<
Reasons to visit Fisherman’s Cove KL: Delicious fresh seafood impeccably cooked, decent range of wines by the glass.
Canadian Oyster is my personal favourite. It was superbly fresh and when eat together with Tabasco and a bit of Lemon juice, yum!! Canada Oyster (3pcs) @ RM 28.30
This Christmas and New Year, if you are looking for festive dining with more privacy, course by course dinner instead going around the crowd for a wide array of sumptuous buffet food, Fisherman’s Cove is where you should be at. Christmas Eve Dinner is available on December 24 from 7.00pm to 10.00pm at MYR 238 nett per person.
Reasons to visit Element Fresh Pavilion KL: smug feeling of healthy eating; delicious and plentiful options; great variety for all dietary needs; did I mention the HUGE portions?; relaxed and soothing setting.
Seafood Trio, our personal recommendation. A hearty portion of pasta, with mussels, salmon and shrimp sauteed in garlic and olive oil with white wine, further tossed in fennel, white mushroom, tomato and a touch of chili flake and Italian pasrsley to enhance to overall flavours. Do check out their Portobello Mushroom & Red Pepper Sauce, Italian Penne Pasta with Beef Ragu, and King Prawn Pasta too.
Overall Rating: 8/10. If not for it's upmarket price, I'd give it a higher rating, and would still recommend Element Fresh as a go-to restaurant for a fresh, healthy, non-regrettable feast. My personal favorites would be the Warm Fresh Juice, Hawaiian Tuna Poke Salad, Element Fresh Classic Cobb Salad, Portobello Mushroom and Red Pepper Sauce, and Homemade Rice Pudding.
Baby back ribs at MYR 52++ (MYR 60.32 nett after 10% service charge and 6% SST). Baby back ribs refer to the back ribs that are taken from the top of the rib cage, near to the spine and close to the loin so it is more tender. It has nothing to do with baby pigs. The highlight of this dish is of course the 3 sticks of back ribs but the fries and caramelised onions are tasty too. The coleslaw has a bit too much mayo but both of us managed to finish it. The back ribs are on the sweet side and the meat just fall off the bone and we can easily make pulled pork from the meat.
Pigs and Wolf at Pavilion is synonym of everything pork. With their cute cartoon icon everywhere, there is no prize for guessing what they specializes in. No wolf is being served but the pork is in everything. Although showcasing unlimited signature dishes, the night is both focused and thrilling with the crown headed to the…
Though the service wasn't poor, it wasn't very attentive. Though the food wasn't half bad, it didn't deliver in every aspect. Though prices were reasonable, they weren't matched by portion sizes. Even with a starter and a main each, you'd still come out not fully satiated as portions just weren't hearty enough (in the end, we had to go elsewhere to get something to snack on). With food taste that didn't impress enough, coupled with smallish portions for the price paid and where service could be better, it came down to just little things that weren't done right that makes me wonder if I'd ever return to This Establishment! :'(
When I look for a place to eat in shopping malls, my preference lies with smaller or independent establishments that do not have branches elsewhere. In Pavilion, The Establishment is one of the newer and more original F&B tenants that got our attention. Their simple yet eclectic menu offers both Asian and Western dishes, all day breakfast and an array of finger food
So we are here at the most happening nightlife area in KL for some drinks and we manage to discover a new establishment along Changkat Bukit Bintang – Fire and Ice. It is a two-storey bar cum club where we can enjoy the best of live music, great cocktails and contemporary food under one roof.
Recently, Zion Club KL launched their very first Food Tasting Party, in conjunction with the introducing their brand new food menu and Happy Hour promotion menu. Zion Club KL will be serving a full-fledged menu consisting of food items from Asian to Western cuisines, such as Emperor's Noodles, Magic Mushroom Pizza and Curry Seafood Aglio Olio. From Tiger Lager to Hoegaarden, Happy Hour promotion prices ranges is from RM10 to RM16 only.
From Asian to Western cuisines, Zion Club KL will be serving a full-fledged menu consisting of food items such as Emperor's Noodles, Magic Mushroom Pizza, and Curry Seafood Aglio Olio. For snacks, party goers are recommended to try their signature Laksa Fried Chicken Wings - deep fried chicken wings, marinated with their house famous laksa paste. Prices for food items on the menu ranges from RM 15, up to RM 38 per dish.