AddressLG333A New Wing
1 Utama Shopping Centre
1 Lebuh Bandar Utama
Bandar Utama City Centre
47800 Petaling Jaya
Opening hour10:00AM - 10:00PM
Contact number03-7688 4597
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Egyptian Lemon Mint (RM7.50) ‧ Garlic Tomato Salad (RM4.50) ‧ Hawaoshi Baked Meat Foldover (Lamb + 1 side) (RM18.80) ‧ Hawaoshi Baked Meat Foldover (RM17.90) ‧ Herbal Hot Plate Chicken With Baked Rice (RM25.90) ‧ Herbal Hot Plate Chicken with Baked Rice + Vegetables (Original/Spicy) (RM25.90) ‧ Horus BBQ Chicken Wings (RM10.20) ‧ Kiwi Pineapple Mixer (RM8.00) ‧ Kofta Meat Rounds (Beef) serves with Bread Crisps (RM19.30) ‧ Koshari Mixed Grain Bowl (RM14.30) ‧ Molokhia Minced Leaf Stew (RM9.90) ‧ Nutty Nile Nougat (RM7.50) ‧ Om Ali Bread Pudding (RM9.80) ‧ RA Roast Chicken (RM16.30) ‧ Roz B Laban Creamy Delight (RM6.85) ‧ Sobya Milk (RM7.50) ‧ Sweet Potato Fries (RM4.50) ‧ Tropical Tamarind (RM7.50) ‧ Tut's Dynasty Fries (RM4.50) ‧ Tut’s Dynasty Fries / Sweet Potato Fries (RM4.50) ‧ Tut’s Spiced Tea with Milk (RM6.00)
Signature DishesKoshari Mixed Grain Bowl ‧ Molokhia Minced Leaf Stew ‧ Egyptian Lemon Mint ‧ Om Ali Bread Pudding ‧ Sobya Milk ‧ Herbal Hot Plate Chicken with Baked Rice ‧ Nutty Nile Nougat ‧ Tropical Tamarind ‧ Hawaoshi Baked Meat Foldover ‧ Sweet Potato Fries ‧ Roz b Laban Creamy Delight ‧ Kiwi Pineapple Mixer ‧ Roz B Laban Creamy Delight
Dishes[1 year ago]
Crisp toast with TUT’s fiery chilli dip ‧ Egyptian Lemon Mint ‧ Hawaoshi Baked Meat Foldover ‧ Herbal Hot Plate Chicken with Baked Rice ‧ Koshari Mixed Grain Bowl ‧ Mango Berry ‧ Molokhia Minced Leaf Stew ‧ Nutty Nile Nougat ‧ OM Ali Bread Pudding ‧ Roz B Laban Creamy Delight ‧ Sobya Milk
Who exactly is King Tut? Short for Tutankhamen, this monarch once ruled ancient Egypt over 3000 years ago. Even back then, Egypt was the place to be for traders and royalty, converging traditions and culture from other parts of Africa, Middle East, and Europe.
That's what makes our culture so unique today. It's a rich melting pot of diverse influences which you can see in our cuisine too. Imagine a dish made with rice, pasta, lentils, and Middle Eastern spices (link to Koshari Carb Mix). Unlike any other Arab fare, this is Egyptian comfort food at it's finest.
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来一顿埃及美食 Tut's Egyptian Eatery@ One Utama Shopping Mall这里提供了好几种特制的酱料来搭配食物，其中的一样- Nutty Sauce 我非常推荐。结合了好几种坚果磨成浓酱，还带有淡淡的蒜香味，搭配炸物一流，好想问可不可以买一瓶回家哦！
Tut's Egyptian Eatery @ Bandar Utama - Malaysia Food & Restaurant ReviewsLocation: Selangor, Petaling Jaya, Bandar Utama, 1 Utama Shopping Centre; Cuisine: Egyptian
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*Must Try* Mysterious & Historical Egyptian Cuisines @ Tut’s Egyptian EateryThe Herbal Hot Plate Chicken with Baked Rice RM25.90 is one of the main course in our Tut’s dining session. This land of Nile dish is served with Tut’s secret herbs and sauces, combining tenderly cooked chicken with exotic Egyptian flavour baked rice and vegetables.
Personally thinks that this hot plate chicken is a more successful variant compared to Nando’s chicken rice and vegetable set (despite having extra unique spice flavour and juicier texture on the overall dish), would recommend this dish with two thumbs up!
Tut’s Egyptian Eatery, One Utama, TTDIReasons to visit Tut’s Egyptian Eatery: a chance to try authentic Egyptian cuisine (a first I believe in Kuala Lumpur); affordable pricing; our top picks are the Molokhia Minced Leaf Stew, Koshari Mixed Grain Bowl, Herbal Hot Plate Chicken with Baked Rice and Om Ali Bread Pudding.
My First Taste Of Egyptian Cuisine At Tut's Egyptian Eatery @ 1 Utama PJTut - short for King Tut, was a monarch that once ruled Egypt, some 3,000 years back. Fast forward to that afternoon, the meal I had at Tut's was not only fit for a king, but also our very own Malaysian tastebuds.
The menu consisted of a handful of solo starters and sides, alongside chicken being in most of their main courses. The combination of ingredients used may looked diverse, but the flavors were not unexpected at all. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed the food here, one of the reasons being the taste of most dishes have been tweaked to fit our tastebuds.
Also contrary to what I initially presumed, Egyptian cuisine may be similar but not the same from Arabic cuisine. In fact, I thought the food reminded me more of Mexican instead, with a tinge of Mediterranean to boost.
On that note, Tut's Egyptian Eatery is possibly the only Egyptian restaurant I know of in Malaysia.
Tut's Egyptian Eatery @ 1 Utama Shopping Centre, PJVerdict:
1. Overall, an amazing Egyptian affair with local and Western twists that is ideal for friends and families alike.
2. The dishes here are suited for local taste buds, and I find that the main ingredients i.e. spices used in Egyptian cuisine are easily acceptable. Nothing shocking, all pleasing to the palate.
3. Must try: Koshari Mixed Grain Bowl and Herbal Hot Plate Chicken with Baked Rice
Tut's Egyptian Eatery, Malaysia's first taste of Egypt at 1 Utama, PJ"Egypt is known for its ancient history and heritage. The origins of Egyptian cuisine is still well treasured till today. We believe that our authentic Egyptian cuisine prepared by Egyptian chefs does not compromise on flavour. What you will savour at Tut's will be exactly the same if you were fortunate to visit Egypt. Every dish is reflective of our commitment to bring the real taste of Egypt!" said Mohamed Zein, Tut's Business Development Manager.
Tut's Egyptian Eatery @ 1 Utama, Bandar UtamaUpon reaching the signature colours of the Egyptian flag - Red, yellow and black - greeted us, along with the friendly Mr. Zain, who immediately impressed us with his warm demeanour. He proceeded to give us a simple yet informative background of the establishment on how the recipes were purely Egyptian, and how a local poll was done to see how well received Egyptian food would be to the foodies that we Malaysians are. Surprisingly, many of our fellow Malaysians (including ourselves) were quite clueless to what Egyptian food was really like! I enjoy an eatery that spends time introducing not just food, but also culture to its patrons.