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This place had always been one of my recommended place for fine dining. One of the reason is that they are affordable and not only that, it is helm by a local chef. Chef Gary had been running Champignons at Oasis Square, Ara Damansara for abaout 5 years. His menu change accordingly to season and also base on the ingredients that he can get. Recently, he had created Summer Truffle Menu as one of the main element of this highlight menu.

since the ingredient is in season, the menu is only available from only 25th July till 31st August. This menu I find it quite unique, as not the usual Chef Gary style which is more on French dining. I find his truffle menu is quite technical and adventurous. Unique combination of French and Japanese style.

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Pricing is affordable as for :

  1. 3 course meal @ RM 138 per pax
  2. 4 course meal @ RM 168 per pax
  3. 5 course meal @ RM 208 per pax

Quite an interesting menu as there are more like fusion menu over French dining menu.

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Starting our meal with white wine.

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Starting off, you will be serve with chef home made bread. Soft, warm and fluffy. Just do not know why at that moment, I felt that a drench of olive oil will make the bread better.

Starter:

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There are a few starter to choose from – Amuse Bouche – Beef Tartar and Black Truffle. bread is nicely toasted, topped beef tartar and the taste of black truffle just blends well with the tartar.

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Among the starter this Truffle Cauliflower Soup – poached Japanese Oyster, Ikura and Sun flower seed. Just simple, delightful and filled with explosion of flavor. One of my personal favorite for the Starter. Light and foamy cauliflower soup covered with the fresh oyster, sunflower and Fish roe. gives you a nice bursting of bitter sour that goes well with the ingredient and freshness of poached oyster still prominent. to me, it is like multi layers of flavors..

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This is pretty interesting where layers of flavors are being developed – Seared Foie Gras with Caramelized Fig – Black Truffle, fig jam, red wine jelly, brioche and red wine jus (add RM 15). Overall I find this is more on the sweeter side, with creamy foie gras, goes well with nicely torch burn fig and hint of truffle is not overpowering. A sip of white wine, just pushes the taste more fragrant.

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Carbonara with Egg Yolk Confit – Black Truffle, streaky bacon, Parmesan cheese Foam. This is also another interesting starter. Unique of its kind where when you read the menu, you really expect Classic carbonara with egg but turns out to be a unique deconstructed version. Indeed it is a clever dish that play tricks with your mind. The jelly look alike texture that resembles fettuccine, and cream sauce. Right in the middle is the egg yolk and smoked bacon that just enhance on the taste.

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this is their signature dish in their restaurant. I find it is like a French style Beef Wellington. It is actually Baked Duck Pie with Foie Gras. The smell of the oven baked pastries just trail in the air, with a perfect cook meat in the middle that is soft, pink and juicy. A bite with the meat and pastry is indeed quite pefect.

  • One of a must order dish – recommended!

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Main course

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Australian Beef Tenderloin – short rib tortellini, butter potato puree, broccoli and jus (add RM 35)

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Truffle Chicken Breast – Butter Potato puree, garden peas, white wine sauce and herb foam. Some they like this creamy dish too, cuz a bed of potato puree just captures their heart.

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Wild Mushroom Risotto with Shredded Duck -Parmesan Cheese, tempura Oyster mushroom and jus. Among the 3 mains, I like this more. It is simple, fragrant and punch with flavors. The risotto cook to perfection whereby it is still like half cook and the soup stock cook along with its slices of truffle and mushroom, the flavours just combines well.

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Dessert:

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Both dessert are unique in their own taste..  Pandan Creme Brulee – Gula Melaka Ice Cream Both dessert. the base of Pandan is just amazing. It is taste exactly like eating pandan cake but in creamy version. The torch burnt sugar gives it a hint of bitter sweet that it needed and the gula melaka ice cream that gives you the surprise as it is infuse with hint of truffle. Weird combination but I find it pretty good.

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Strawberry Tart with Truffle Gelato: – Strawberry Sauce and Vanilla pastry ice cream. If you love strong truffle flavour, then this is the dish to hit on. the Truffle gelato is just too good. I can have this whole scoop of savory ice cream myself.

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If you think you are not full from the mains, then you can try out their interesting selection of pastries. I have tried it in their other outlet, and I am totally impress by the technical skills and layer of flavours. [click here]

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For reservations and futher assitance please do not hesitate to contact 0378322629 or https://bit.ly/2VPTdvQ

Well, if I were to choose, my recommendation would be:

  1. Truffle Cauliflower Soup – option 2: foie Gras
  2. Wild Mushroom Risotto with Shredded Duck – option 2: steak
  3. Pandan Creme Brulee – option 2:Strawberry Tart with Truffle Gelato

These flavours combination gives me a pretty balance of food taste journey. Of course, I shall leave it to you on what you like for your own 3 course dinner.

Location:
Champignons at Oasis Square
B-G-02, Oasis Square,
Ara Damansara, 47301
Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Tel: 03-7832 2629

Operating hours: 11am – 3pm/ 6pm – 10pm

MCO had made alot of business evolve. Much later on the phase 4 of MCO, starting to see a few of my favourite restaurant start to do delivery (read here past experience). Then saw Roost at Bangsar (sit right above used to be corner unit of Chawan, Bangsar) having a delivery menu for limited period of time. I got excited and look through their menu. Roost in Bangsar, KL is actually one of a very few restaurants that work with local farmers or using local fresh ingredients to prep on food.

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also they are actually quite generous, for first 10km is free delivery. So for my order I just top up just a little bit. As look at the  menu, we were quite greedy and for 3 pax we order a set for 4 @ RM 250.

comes with :

  1. Falafel with Salted Yogurt & Coriander
  2. Hummus & Kalamata Olives
  3. Mushroom Truffle Arancini (one of their signature item)
  4. Pumpkin Ravioli with Spinach & Almond
  5. Chicken Schnitzel with Cauliflower Rice & Tomato Jam
  6. Snapper with Borlotti Beans
  7. Braised Spanish Beef Cheeks with Mash Potato
  8. Dark Chocolate Gateau with nuts
  9. Baked Local Figs with Cream Cheese (fig was not fresh that day, I opted for dark chocolate). All their dishes are very generous with ingredients.

Menu is right at the end of the post and to place order via PM Roost KL on Instagram or Facebook (@roostkl)  /watsapp : 0122090226 also remember to tell them this special code TAUFULOUXROOSTKL to get 10% off.  

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We were too ambitious, as it was too much for us. A set for 4 is more like for 5 pax easily.

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Pumpkin Ravioli with Spinach & Almond is one of the main highlight in the list. Creamy to my liking as pumkin taste is quite prominent. Ravioli not too thick, yet soft and just perfect in size. Easily there are 5-6 medium size ravioli in it. I dip it with their fresh bread. Taste pretty good too as I add in a huge slab of butter myself.

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Falafel with Salted Yogurt & Coriander is done to perfection. The spices and the softness of the filling in it yet dipping with the clear sour salted yogurt and coriander gives the fresh flavour it needs. a well balance entry.

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The simplest way to enjoy hummus is with their chef made bread. A big dip on the top and just put into your mouth.

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Chicken Schnitzel with Cauliflower Rice & Tomato Jam Sort of healthy kind of dish but the suprise of this dish is when you squeeze the lemon onto pf the chicken schnitzel then you dip it with their tomato jam. A whole new of flavour. Love it.

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This dish Braised Spanish Beef Cheeks with Mash Potato is like a dish that near melts in your mouth. The beef cheeks is so soft and juicy. Mash potato is creamy, light and airy. A little salty for my liking but did feed back to the restaurant, it could also perhaps, if not have been cooking quite a while at home where i am using a little of brown sugar and pinch of salt, and when comes a heavy flavour gives you a notch. Been a while to enjoy such a strong flavour.

I guess our palate are healthy now.

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Mushroom Truffle Arancini – is one of their signature entree dish.

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The first dish that we finish is Snapper with Borlotti Beans. Fish is fresh, and fried to just nice. A sea of beans that keeps you digging in especially with bread.

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Got a complimentary chocolate cookie with seasalt. We felt that if this is microwave for 5 second then top a scoop of ice cream, then it is perfecto!

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a meal that we are truely satisfied after a long MCO lock in.

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AS the finale is as good as in the outlet. I forgot to put the dessert in my fridge as when comes to desert only realise it is melting. Their dessert so far never disappoint. A perfect ending. Soft, creamy chocolate cake, with pistachio nuts and a bed of chocolate soil is a great combination.

to place order via PM Roost KL on Instagram or Facebook (@roostkl)  /watsapp : 0122090226 also remember to tell them this special code TAUFULOUXROOSTKL to get 10% off.  

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I have rarely hit into buffet spread as my capacity of eating it is no longer there. However there are a few ones that I would give exceptional. Like this new buffet spread in Kurata Japanese Fine Dining in Parkroyal Hotel offering shabu-shabu and sukiyaki buffet that offers great spread and especially the quality of sashimi served with pricing as :

  1. Chicken Sukiyaki option, priced @ RM68 per person
  2. Australian beef + Chicken @ RM88 per person
  3. Angus beef + Chicken @ RM128 per person

If customer show this poster (below) to Kurata Japanese Fine Dining ‘s team, they will enjoy our Australian beef buffet at RM68 per person.

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For lunch, Kurata Japanese Fine Dining offer two options for shabu-shabu and sukiyaki lunch buffet from 12pm – 2:30pm :

  1. Australian beef + Chicken @ RM38 per person
  2. Chicken Sukiyaki & Spicy Miso Hotpot @ RM38 per person

Meats such as Chicken and Australian beef are refillable. Sashimi is not refillable. Side dishes are not refillable. It is all subjected to 10% service charge and 6% SST.

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Kurata Japanese Fine Dining is newly renovated and operating just about 6 months in the hotel is gaining its popularity among Japanese diners.

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These are part of the menu, as this Japanese Buffet in KL is offering order from the menu instead of a whole long line of food offerings at the table. They are prepared fresh from the kitchen as you order. Full menu click here

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If you are a good drinker, then you have an option of topping up with RM 100 to enjoy free flow drink.  From 4pm – 10pm (with 2 hours limit)

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There are 3 different types of soup base available:

  1. Sukiyaki – this is bent towards more sweet base
  2. Spicy miso – personal favourite with recommended
  3. Shabu Shabu Original – one of the best option too

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What you can help yourself are these sauces and condiments from the table right in the middle. Including Green Tea too.

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For different package as mention the only difference are: Agnus beef where the quality of meat is nicer and for Australian beef it is also pretty good enough for me (on the right)

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There are plenty of sides that you can order and just do order those you can finish. Try to avoid food wastage. Edamame to start off with.

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and of course how can we miss out the sashimi. They even serve maguro for sashimi, that is where I ate at least 10 pieces. Salmon Carpaccio and Salmon Sashimi are all pretty good too. Fresh and the cut is pretty generous.

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For Sushi, it is pretty good too. I had

  1. Salmon Nigiri Sushi
  2. Spicy Salmon Nigiri Sushi
  3. Seared Salmon Nigiri Sushi
  4. Tamago Nigiri Sushi
  5. Inari Sushi
  6. Spicy Salmon Nigiri Sushi
  7. Crunchy California Roll

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  1. Nanban Fried Chicken with Tartar Sauce
  2. Agedashi Tofu
  3. Kaarage Pepper Chicken Wings – this is recommended as goes so well with beer or sake
  4. Teppan Grilled Spicy Chicken

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Grilled Sanma Saury with Japanese Salt

 

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Some healthy option which is the chef special : Tofu Salad

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Of course we do have our drinks too. I had a few high balls and a few bottles of Cold Sake to go along. It was indeed quite a satisfying dinner.

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The only little problem to find this outlet is you have to walk through this buffet spread restaurant to reach Kurata Japanese Restaurant.

Indeed for RM 68 + buffet spread is quite a good value for me. As easily we eat in any of the Japanese restaurant with gathering, you will be spending around RM 50-RM 80 per head. With this, it is a buffet spread that every one gets to enjoy.

Location:

Lower Lobby, PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur,
Jalan Sultan Ismail
50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Tel: 03-2110 0226

operating hours:
Lunch : 12pm – 3pm
Dinner: 6.30pm – 10pm

Just would want to say, it is not good to put your expectation up before dining. One of a reason because of their background. Playte Contemporary Dining is one of the new kids on the block in Bukit Damansara, ,KL that is run by 3 young prominent chef with their establishment started since Aug 2019.

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Run by 3 young culinary chef are Brendon Chen, Kae Huey and Sharina Aidid, who first met while studying in Le Cordon Bleu six years ago. With the talent Brendon, had staged at Taipei’s Mume (ranked seventh this year on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants) and honed his craft at KL’s own Nadodi (which CNN recently described as potentially being the world’s next great Indian restaurant) – this is the part that lifted up my expectation.

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A dining place that is set up in modern interior casual dining space. Divided into 2 dining seating area. My preference is always on the bar bench as you get to enjoy chef in action. If you need some private space, then hit for their floor seating area.

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I believe this is not their permanent menu, as like any other modern dining, their menu is seasonal.

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Looking at the menu, decided to try out

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Next is Squid – king oyster mushroom, mushroom broth, thyme @ RM 34. Squid cut to perfection in slices and in the same order of sizes. Broth is fragrant yet I find that the flavour do not match. Freshness of squid and the broth is quite separated.

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Service here is definitely not top notch as I do have expectation that each plate to be cleared upon arrival of each dish.  However my first 2 dishes plate still sits right next to me before arrival of mains. This is even I am seated at the bench and right in front of the chef’s.

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I did not order the fish, guessing this is Threadfin @ RM 56. – thouchu butter & charred greens. It does looks good though, as the fish looks done to perfect.

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My original order was Waygu Triptip and after seeing the first order went out on the Duck, we decided to go on this instead. The duck believe is sous vide as to keep the colour and the meat cook just right. I just wish the skin is pan seared to crisp. The sauce that comes along is quite interesting, bitter and sourness of it does pairs a little well. The char-grilled cauliflower do give the taste a little lift.

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Duck is a tricky dish, should have stick back to my original order Wagyu as it does look much promising as below when they prep on it.

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For dessert, we try on the recommendation from the floor staff that Gula Melaka Ice Cream is their signature. – warm chocolate mouse and roselle. Warm chocolate nicely done, warm and punch with bitterness. A ring of chocolate biscuti covered ontop to support on the ice cream. However, there is no hint of gula melaka.

Overall, I brought high expectation to this dining experience. A piece of advise is to go in without any and dine accordingly. This place perhaps might suits your palate.

Among other new young chef restaurants that I tried over past 6 months, the 2 below fares better for me.

  1. Little Pig @ The Hub, SS2 – modern Spanish dining
  2. Gooddam @ The Hub, SS2 – modern Italian with local twist
  3. top 3 modern fine dining in KL

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–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Playte Contemporary Dining
G.01, Republik, Jalan Medan Setia,
Bukit Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours:
Daily: 11:30am–3pm / 6:30p,–11pm

Tel: 011-2698 5562

Christmas is just around the corner. One of a season that filled with friends and family gatherings. With this, we try out Christmas Dining at Curate in Four Seasons, KL. Helm from a US Chef Junious Dickerson that created this menu as he share delicacies in many different cultures to us.

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Savour the festive spirit with an extravagant Christmas feast at Curate, created by Chef Junious Dickerson and his troupe of merry culinarians. The Christmas Buffet offers holiday classic specialities such as Minced Meat Pies and Orange & Gingerbread Yule Logs, along with Four Seasons delights such as Boston Lobster, Foie Gras, Chef Junious’ Roasted Turkey & Black Truffles, and Baked Flounder Stuffed with Crab Imperial.

  • Christmas Eve Dinner: 24 December, 6-10.30 PM. Priced at MYR 298 nett.
  • Christmas Day Brunch: 25 December, 12-3 PM. Priced at MYR 268 nett.
  • Kids aged 5-12 eat at half price.

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Boston Lobster with Caviar

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Chef Junious’ Roasted Turkey

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Besides that, those of you that start to celebrate early, bring family, friends and colleagues to enjoy festive selections throughout December at Four Seasons.

Sample Christmas-themed afternoon tea at The Lounge, explore festive Cantonese flavours with Chef Jimmy Wong’s premium menus at Yun House, or head to Curate for a traditional holiday buffet.

  • Christmas-Themed Afternoon Tea at The Lounge: all through December (except 25), 2.30-5.30 PM. Priced at MYR 148 nett.
  • Set Lunch/ Dinner at Yun House: all through December (except 31), 12-2.30 PM/ 6-10.30 PM. Priced at MYR 368 nett.
  • Festive Buffet at Curate: all through December (except 24 and 31), 6-10.30 PM. Priced at MYR 198 nett.
  • Kids aged 5-12 eat at half price.
  • Festive Takeaway: all through December. Contact the Hotel for the menu.

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The celebrations don’t end on 31 December! Spend the first day of 2020 with loved ones as you discover special Four Seasons menus, designed to delight. At Curate, the inaugural brunch of the year features a tantalising spread with fresh coconuts and eggnog. Bring your appetite along to enjoy an array of international delicacies – from the US, Spain and Australia, to India, China and of course Malaysia. Marvel at the culinary team’s skill as they toss and carve your curated plate.

For those who prefer a later, lighter start to the year, The Lounge presents a luxurious afternoon tea. Savour a selection of finely cut sandwiches, freshly baked scones with clotted crème and marmalade, and exquisite pastries. Sip signature tea or Champagne as you sample Chef’s special creations symbolising prosperity and joy in the new year, including Boston Lobster, Sturgeon Caviar, Foie Gras, Duck Prosciutto and Cassis Crème Brûlée.

  • New Year’s Day Brunch at Curate: 1 January, 12-3 PM. MYR 210 nett.
  • New Year’s Day Afternoon Tea at The Lounge: 1 January, 2.30-5.30 PM, MYR 198 nett.

Recently, I am constantly being task as a food directory with many friend starting to ask, any nice food to eat in KL. Just a few days ago only that we celebrated my friends birthday over at Little Pig at The Hub, SS2 is one of a new upcoming eatery hub that hide in this housing area. Discover this place place through a blog and find that to support some new local talent.

[update: Oct 2021 ” sad that they are permanently close impact of MCO]

Read up that chef Yong Yu Khim learns his craft of Spanish food in Singapore’s Barcelona-inspired FOC Restaurant. I would say that his is a new modern Spanish Cuisine with some twist in their food ingredient. I have always love this kind of small modern hidden restaurant, that you will get to enjoy some unique food especially with local chef.

This place is rather new as they are about 6 weeks old and currently still on soft trail run.

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The best place to sit if you are not in a big group, of course at the bar section. I always like to see chefs in action and how my food is being prepared and presented, then served right in front of you. But with such high setting, I doubt you can see much action.

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The place is rather cozy and simple with nice Spanish song as the background. The place is also break into 2 section. The front part is for dining and the back part is a bar.

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If you are not here for their food, do check out their cocktail and also beer. A simple nice place to catch up with your friends too.

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For a start, we started off with Whisky Sour @ RM 33 & Old Fashion @ RM 33. Both the cocktail is indeed nicely crafted. If you love your drinks strong, here has pretty nice decent amount that is overpowering the classic flavours. Once a while I do quite like this. Do give it a try. Besides that, I also ordered one of my favourite beer Estrelle Barcelona Beer @ RM 25 & Sangria (1 Jug) @ RM 90.

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For food there are not many pages for you to flip around, as there is only front and back.

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As everyone arrived, we kick start with Bread with Tomato  @ RM 10 – Crispy Bread Slices, Extra Virgin Olive oil, Tomato Roma. Believe the bread is made from scratch as it is soft, fluffy and nicely toasted with spread of tomato on the top which is not too sourish yet a hint of nice fragrant and mild end sourish to my liking. Dont mind to have the whole plate myself.

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Love their Iberico Ham @ RM 28 – Fine Cut cured Ibberico Lomo Loin Ham, Salchichon, Chorizo. Not too salty, cut to perfection on the super thin slice cut, yet the loin part they used is slight chewy and fragrant. Certainly pairs well with Spanish white wine.

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Tortilla Classic Omelette is awesome. @ RM 23 – Fried Spanish potato agria millie-feuille, aiolie and chipotle sauce. I believe they steam the egg then baked in the oven. Done to perfection that the center is soft and eggy with the top part perfectly baked that give you a slight burn as it need. A well balance of flavor. Indeed one of a starter dish that you shall not miss.

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We order a mix Croquetas – Ham (left) and Mushroom (right). Both are equally good for starters as they are generous with ingredients.

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Something unusual that I will order as it was a recommendation by the waiter, so we decided to give it a try. Green Pea Salad @ RM 18 Sous-Vide Onsen Egg, Pea Pure, Peas and Chives Oil . Uniqely presented as when you mix it all together, sous-vide egg gives you a creamy edge along with the pea puree. Best for sharing with 1 spoon each to enjoy a freshness flavour of it.

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By reading the description in the menu, it is definitely one of a must order item for me. Crispy Pork Belly Eel Bao @ RM 34 – 2 Homande bao with Spanish Duroc, Pork Belly, Dutch Eel, Pickled Cauliflower, Teriyaki Sauce, Egg Yolk gel. Not your usual bao that it use tecnical skils to craft on it. With the egg gel on the top and stacks of flavours is just pretty spot on!

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This is indeed not your usual paella. Squid Ink Filini Paella @ RM 88 (L) Instead of the rice grains, this is more like a short bee hoon being cook to perfection. The saltiness and mild creamy, light better end of Saffron is indeed one of the best squid ink paella that I have had so far. Punch with flavour and the salty is to my liking. A well prepare stock to cook it (what I have learn that paella must be salty from the stock as it is good wine pairing – for local context we might find it slightly over salty but this is perfect) 

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Duroc Pork Belly Paella @ RM 94 (L) – Duroc Pork Belly, Pig Ears, Scallop, Saffron . Scallop pan fried to perfection, soft, fresh and good. Stock base to cook this is pack with flavours and saffron cream on it, give sit the edge to make it slightly creamy. This have its own unique style of flavour and with pig ear give you a nice chewy bite. I like it.

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Iberrico Pork Ribs @ RM 60 – 12 hours slow cooked, Cherry Tomato’s, & Padron Peppers . Certainly believe this piece of pork ribs is being slow cooked in a control temperature. L0ok at the colour and texture. Soft and near melt in your mouth. A glass of shiraz red wine is a perfect combination.

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Presca Iberica @ RM 58 – Chorizo Ketchup, Pickle Apple Sheet and Red wine Black Garlic Jus. Felt that the meat is slightly overcook and a bit tough. The sauce of black garlic juice is perfect. Just dip slightly on the chorizo ketchup and eat it with apple sheet is a bite punch with flavours.

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A dish that never go wrong as my friend requested to order this. Shancuko Wagyu Cube Rolls Marbel Grade 5 – 200g @ RM 145 – grain fed 300 days, sides of pequillo, peppers and bravas. Nothing special about this as the beef is cook to medium rare and top with a sheet of red pepper and crusted potato. Do eat it together at one go as it gives you different taste and texture.

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Strawberry & Cava Granitta @ RM 24 – Yuzu Strawberry Gel, Vermouth Jelly, White Chocolate. Looks plain on the outside but I find it lack of white chocolate (or it could be grated it out) as the taste of strawberry gel and vermouth jelly is overpowering the taste. A great dessert to end as it gives freshness and like a palate washer. The taste are more towards sourish end.

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There is no actual huge shop signage as this kind of modern dining are meant for you to find them. They sit in Level 1.

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Had the birthday celebration here and our bill certainly do not come cheap as most food we order is either 2 or 3 portion.

My personal recommendation in my list:

  1. Mix Crouques 
  2. Squid Ink Paella
  3. Crispy Pork Belly Eel Bao
  4. Iberico Ham
  5. Tortilla Classic Omelette
  6. Iberrico Pork Ribs

Do make a reservation before you head there. Pretty good food and certainly do not mind to come back for special occasion. One of the best Spanish food in Pj or best Spanish food in KL at the moment. (This is if you are looking for modern Spanish food dining)

*NON-Halal

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Location:
Little Pig
The Hub, Lot B1-06 ,
19 Sentral, Jalan Harapan,
SS 2, 46300, Selangor

Operating Hours:
Mon-Thurs: 6pm – 10.30pm
Fri – Sun : 6pm – 1.30am
(Tuesday Closed)

Tel: 016-222 2708

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