Recommended lists for Dinner with Drinks

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Dinner with Drinks, Bars, Desserts, Date Night, Italian, French, Spanish, European, Burpple Guides Bangsar's Best: European Fare When in Bangsar, eat like the Europeans do! From an innovative take on Caesar's salad to traditional bouef bourguignon and delicious saffron-scented paella, this 'little city' envelopes a wealth of European food culture. Find all your inspiration here in this nifty guide to Bangsar's best.
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Simple but oh so delicious egg noodles. Every strand shimmers with the mildly spicy, umami oil, with a dollop of spring onions and XO sauce on top. A tad pricey for plain dish, but for a guaranteed good, no-frills noodles, I’d be happy to fork out the dough!

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Ultra rich, cheesy risotto with a pleasantly crisped-up crust, plus fat, meaty king mushrooms on top!

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Quality wagyu tartare with shallots, garlic, cilantro and herbed oil. The flavours are stellar, especially when had with bitter keropok. Order to share!

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Saw this on the menu, and thought that Japanese Western mix was just sort of another fusion thing that every other cafe was trying to bring. But a bite of this totally change my view on how an ordinary eggs benedict dish can be so eggstraordinary. Hahahha. Pun intended. Bursting with flavours from the egg itself, and the sauce from the unagi, this dish is truly what I’ll come back for the next time. You don’t get too bored of it even after a few bites, and you don’t even realise that it’s fish because the smell is covered up.

Might be a little pricey. But if you’re in for a little treat yo’self day- check this out.

💸 RM40

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Finally got to try one of these! Verdict: As good as everyone says it is. The seaweed shell cracks at the bite of your teeth, and that briny combination of medium-cooked salmon cubes, ikura and mayo is a mouthful of delish.

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A fabulous ending to our wonderful Omakase lunch. Can’t wait to see what the menu looks like!

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For a meaty main, go for this chicken curry! Expect tender, fall-off-the-bone thigh meat swimming in that spicy, zingy gravy. It is, however, on the runnier side, which I’ve noticed with Keralan curries.

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Good for two, this veggie-loaded biryani came piping hot, moist and fragrant. It has a mildly sweet and nfruity finish too! The star is cashew — as with all of the other must-orders at this new Keralan spot in Bangsar.

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Sunday roast is a traditional British cuisine dish served on Sundays consisting of roast beef, lamb, chicken or pork, served with a side of boiled broccoli and carrots, a Yorkshire pudding and roast potatoes.

The Sunday roast here consisted of roast pork, served with a side of broccoli, carrots, roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, gravy and apple sauce. The pork had a tender crackling, which was complemented by the apple sauce. The Yorkshire puddings came in a serving of 2, which when doused with the gravy, gave it a nice mouthfeel. The sides were decent, with the fluffy roast potatoes a great addition to the dish. One of the better Sunday roasts around.
💵 RM52.90 / serving
💫 5 / 5
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