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Among many of my friends that have visited De Wan 1958 by Chef Wan at The Linc, KL indeed gave a good review and thumbs up for this place, till recently I get to try along for a private function. No doubt it is indeed serve pretty good Malay cuisine.

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I was here on weekdays so was told the crowd is not huge and it is pretty full house over the weekend. It is highly advisable to make a reservation before you come. This is to avoid any private functions that they have too.

Curious about their menu and price (click here)

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Best of all, they have private dining room available that can sit up to 10 pax.

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As the food was serve, the smell of those spicies and curies instantly makes me hungry.

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Cucur Udang is classic street food and it is done right. Dipping with both satay and chili sauce is just perfect.

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Starting off with a classic dish – Pucuk Paku that is cook to perfection. Not too soft yet I can still bite slight crunchy texture of the veggie and sqeezing a bit of limau indeed enhance the flavour.

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Udang Kari Hijau Telur Masin is indeed one of the highlight for the night. Prawn is fresh and big. Sauce is sticky with a bit of twist. Hint of chili skin after taste and the telur masin not overpowering yet goes very well with the whole flavour.

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you will never go wrong with dishes that is bakar. The only thing is the ingredient must be fresh. Jumbo Sotong Bakar with Sambal Colik is indeed spot on. Ia mixture like of Indonesia x local malay taste infuse for the sauces.

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We got serve with 2 types of rice and it is recommended.

  1. Nasi Lemuni Berseri Perlils
  2. Nasi Telur Terrenganu


For curries they serve Daging Rendang Selangor. Spices are mix well and with the right amout, every one have their own version of curries recipe and I find it is qood.

Some will be stronger in spices, some is stronger in spicy but I like this. Both balance of spices and mild spicy, that can easily goes well with your rice.

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Ayam Masak Merah Chef Wan  is abit more solid. Slightly strong in spicy end with mild sweetness. Chicken is soft and juicy.

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This is the first time I am having Umbut Kelapa Lemak Solok Lada. I find the taste is quite interesting. cook with a kind of noodle in it and I think those of you have never try before, I believe it is a dish worth to explore.

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If you have the budget and looking for nice ambiance or atas great classic Malay food, then I believe you can check out Chef Wan restaurant in KL.

I check their FB, they do have Ramadan buffet for all Muslim friends that wishes to go. For their De.Wan Ramadan Buffet Menu (click here). Best to call them up or visit their website (click here)

De.Wan 1958 by Chef Wan
The Linc, 360, Jln Tun Razak,
Taman U Thant, 50400 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 1700821558

Operating Hours:
Mon – Fri : 11am – 4pm/ 6pm – 10pm
Sat/ Sun: 11am–10pm

Came across this brand since last year and went to give it a try for this 蜀香楼成都火锅 Shu Xiang Lou at The Linc, KL. A hotpot person that have been exploring China Sichuan hotpot and I find this place is more for entry-level diners.

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Menu is quite direct.

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The ambiance of this outlet is pretty spot on, by transporting you back to the ancient China dynasty.

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at the condiments counter, there is a chart that shows you how to mix on their special sauce.

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Tried their Mala and Pork bone soup. Both are on average. The beginner spiciness is really for those who are not into Sichuan style hotpot. Not too spicy yet numb also.

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As it was after Christmas party last year and most of us are hangover and we did not try much. only came by to have something soupy and wanted to try the taste one of a Sichuan Hotpot in KL.

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The usual ingredients that we order.

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End of the day, I still think Xiao Long Kan still pretty good as they have improved over the months and another shop in Kuchai.

If you are not so hardcore like me, you guys can give it a try.  Pricing average per head is about RM 40 – RM 80 (depending what you order)


-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 6/10, okok la !!!~-Stamped-

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

Taman U Thant,
55000 Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours: 11am – 12am

Tel: 03-2181 2997

Looking for a buffet place that serve tons of meat by not brekaing your pocket? I guess BIFE Charcoal Steakhouse that just open at The LINC, KL is a place to sort after. A place that serve fresh quality of steak, other meats and a buffet spread for your hungry tummy with affordable price or cheap HALAL buffet in KL at:

Lunch buffet : 12pm to 3pm at RM39.90
Dinner buffet : 6pm to 10.30 pm, at RM89.90 per person

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A place that had officially launched over the weekend with their family members that wish to bring to offer fresh and good meals to everyone

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The experience is quite similiar to Brazilian buffet spread. Pick some of the food from the counter, just sit and relax while waiting for fresh meat, seafood to be served to you table.

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Meat are prepared fresh, with marination then hit into a slow charcoal pit.

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To kick start your meal, you can hit on their daily buffet spread and guess what. The spread here is changed daily to give freshness and variety to diners. A spread that is filled with some butter rice with peanuts, spaghetti aglio olio, onion soup and salads and some local dishes too.

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Love their mushroom soup as it is thick and fragrant.

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Since there are variety of meats for you to dig in, remember to get some sauces to pair with. each of the sauces have their own uniquness. I quite like all 3 of them as pairs differently with each meat.

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end with some local delicacies for desserts.

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this is where my main section are, Fresh from the charcoal pit as you will be filled with plenty of meat from the server. Each server will move around the restarurant by bringing different cuts of meat. If there are any meat that you wish to have, you can always request them to bring over. Garlic beef is not to be missed.

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Just look at the juicy meat that had been charcoal grill properly. It is fragrant from the marination and perfectly cooked. My personal favourite is their lamb and the beef cut as below – Picanha:

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A perfectly coooked beef that is medium rare. Eat it at it is, already pretty good.

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Memang tempat yang berbaloi untuk charcoal bbq buffet, penuh dengan pelbagai daging dan seafood untuk kelaparan kamu. Mungkin kah tempat ini buffet murah di KL?

for me it is indeed a place worth to explore for a buffet dinner in KL.

360, BIFE Charcoal Steakhouse,
The LINC KL, No. 1-5 & 1-5-F 1st Floor,
Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours: 12pm – 10.30pm

Tel: 03-2300 6488

Bo all day Dining is operating in this cool mini neighborhood mall right in the edge of Golden Triangle, KL. Sitting at the edge of Jalan Ampang, you will pass through this university look alike building but it is actually a new small mall.

Bo All day Dining offers fusion food that focus alot on local infusion.

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a place where you can dine comfortable with its nice ambiance. Service is pretty top notch too.

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cake display is rather interesting as they added in trail of leaves to make the cake pop up.

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If you are here for dinner, then do check out their Gin selection too. Nicely balance up and quite strong finish, just as how I like it.

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This is what happened when your friends take picture of you and you are half ready.

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Starting of with our starters, Chicken Croquetas. Stuff with mash potato and the flavour is mild and not too bad.

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white truffle pumpkin soup @ RM 28 – truffle salsa and a poached egg. This is one of my favourite soup. First time having it as not the usual pumpkin soup. A creamy flavour of pumpkin which is not too overpowering yet the truffle salsa taste just lift the after taste to balance it out. Break the Poach egg make it more creamy. – recommended

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For pizza fans, do check out their pizza series as was told by the waiter it is one of their signature menu. Tried out Yes Sir @ RM 45 – Beef Tartare, Jalapenos, truffle pasta, capers, mozzarella and parmesan. Thin crust base, yet can chew on the dough and ingredients being sprinkle in, is just nice.

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Squid Ink Paella @ RM 72 (can be shared 2-3pax) with aioli, seafood, lemon & parsley garlic oil. I am quite picky over my paella as not many places do cook it good, but here is done to near perfection. Quite addictive in each bite as the little chunks of seafood give you a nice chewy texture, yet the broth being added in is fragrant. Seafood did not overcooked yet some of my friends find it a bit salty after taste but I like it just as it is.

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Pan Seared Red Snapper @ RM 38 – with lemon olive oil mash, citrus salad & poached pears. Very interesting combination as it added poached pears. Give you a kind of soft texture yet with the fish, it goes on very well as the nice lemon olive oil give it a slight acidic taste as it need to balance it off. Quite a good dish.

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Classic Wagyu Beef Cheese burger @ RM 32 – home made broiche bun with cheddar slices. Burger lovers, this is pretty good and at the price tag is like kinda worth it. Love the broiche bun as it is soft, fluffy yet grill on the pan till crips just  make it perfect bread. Beef is cook to medium rare as how I like it.

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I was quite skepticle when I was told that this is a signature dish. Bo’s Signature Rotisserie Roast, premium quality chicken being brined and air-dried for 24 hours before being slowly roasted into the French-built oven. Serve in 3 sizes:

  1. Quater Chicken @ RM28
  2. Half Chicken @ RM42, inclusive of a side salad that evokes a Caesar and a choice of sauce (chicken jus, garlic aioli, or basil mint pesto).
  3. whole chicken @ RM 75
  4. add Chicken Ju, Garlic Aioli, basil mint pesto or Truffle Chicken Jus for addtional RM 8

Well, I guess I am wrong, as chicken is nicely done, both sauce Chicken Ju or Truffle chicken is equally good as we order both to check it out. For more unique taste, I would recommend Basil Mint Pesto. Indeed quite a unique flavour combination.

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Oxtail Assam Pedas @ RM 43 – traditional Malay style braised oxtail in spicy sour gravy with lady fingers & brinjal. this is a mild version of asam pedas or I would say, the recipe had been modernize.

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Fried Chicken Galangal @ RM 28 – Indonesian style spice & herb fried chicken served with sambal sarikei

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Asian Crab Meat Pasta @ RM 28 – angel hair pasta in homemade Kam Heong Sauce with garlic pangrattato

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To end your meal, Texture of Strawberry @ RM 28 – granita, puree, yoghurt ice cream with diced & dehydrated stawberries. Is indeed a pretty good ending. Sourish as what we needed for our stomach to cool it off. Best to mix all the small little ingredient and eat it at one bite. That is where the bursting of flavours and nice buttery crumbs all burst it out.

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Dining over here is pretty good as the ambiance is just right and not too noisy. Yet you can enjoy some drinks before you hit off to your second round.

Apparently, this place is famous for their brunch menu and their weekend is super packed. Was told by the waiter to make my reservation before heading over.

Bo All Day Dining
LINC, LOT 1-10/1-11,
NO 360 THE, Jalan Tun Razak,
50400 Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours: 11am – 11pm

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