61-1 & 61-2, Jalan Bangkung
Bukit Bandaraya, Bangsar
Kuala Lumpur 59100

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05:00pm - 12:00am

05:00pm - 12:00am

05:00pm - 12:00am

05:00pm - 12:00am

05:00pm - 12:00am

05:00pm - 12:00am

05:00pm - 12:00am

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Delicious, fall of the bone, smoky iberico pork ribs. This was the best dish of the night. Great for sharing as well.

Pretty pricey for a smaller than expected portion cod fish and the usual sides. But it was cooked very well and melts in your mouth. The truffle mash was really good!

Both not bad, but were a bit too salty for our liking. There was nothing special about the chicken. The pork was sufficiently tender and not tough. But the part that truly stayed with us was the smooth truffle mash! 😍

Prawns, squid, and scallops with squid ink pasta. Flavourful and one of the better mains I feel!

Boasting Da Vinci-inspired decor, this mezzanine restaurant makes a good option for a dinner date. With a motto to serve any cuisine that tastes good, Leonardo's menu ranges from classic European dishes to the occasional Asian selects. For starters, the Stuffed Spanish Piquillo Peppers (RM30) will satisfy with its black truffle-laced pork mince. Then trot over to the other side of the globe with Leo's Bak Kut Teh (RM39) — an elevated version of the pork broth served with rice and yau char kway. Waiter's recommendations also include the spicy, addictive Ranjit's Pasta (RM33) tossed with mushrooms, bacon and chili padi, and a charming Chocolate Volcano — lava cake served with Forty Licks ice cream.
Avg Price: RM70


Restaurants come and go, but Leonardo’s has stood the test of time for a reason. Judging from the positive reviews both online and off, I went with high hopes and finished my meal grinning from ear to ear. Leonardo’s delivered. Its menu does not restrict itself to one place and you don’t question their geographical choices. You simply ask what’s good and eat, and nod again in satisfaction and approval. They probably said it best: if it tastes good, put it on the menu!

I was led to two options on the menu: Leo’s Bak Kut Teh (RM39) and Ranjit’s Pasta (RM33), which happened to be my waiter’s favourites. Keeping a mental note to come back for the former, I ordered the pasta infused with chili padi, garlic, mushroom and bacon bits, and had no regrets. The same waiter wasted no time to recommend the classic Chocolate Volcano (RM21) paired with Forty Licks vanilla ice cream upon picking up my finished plate away. I didn't fight back. It was a fitting twist for a delicious finale.