Mr Chew's Chino Latino Bar

88 Wishlisted
~RM120/pax
Eat chino, live latino! Modern dining and drinks with a witty twist of Asian flavours and South American vibrancy. Located at the lofty penthouse of WOLO boutique hotel, Bukit Bintang. A new, exciting and original concept brought to you by the award-winning team from Troika Sky Dining. www.mr-chew.com

The Penthouse, Wolo Hotel, Corner of Jalan Bukit Bintang and Jalan Sultan Ismail
Kuala Lumpur 55100

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Wednesday:
06:00pm - 01:00am

Thursday:
06:00pm - 01:00am

Friday:
06:00pm - 01:00am

Saturday:
06:00pm - 01:00am

Sunday:
06:00pm - 01:00am

Monday:
06:00pm - 01:00am

Tuesday:
06:00pm - 01:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Mr Chew’s take on the Thai Yum Tawai made of shredded apples, pear, bean sprout, palm heart with fragrant coconut fish sauce topped with crunchy bits and hard boiled egg. RM30 per portion.

No stranger to the fried chicken scene is Mr Chew’s Famous Fried Chicken Ribs (RM28) that are worth getting your hands dirty for. They are so good that they converted Burppler Rueann Dass into a chicken ribs lover. “The fried chicken ribs see impeccably firm and crisp skin and tender slivers of deeply flavoured flesh.” Best paired with one of their signature Mr Chew's Takeaway G&T (RM42), a fruity concoction of guava and pink peppercorn that's served in a gorgeous takeaway box.
Photo by Burppler Rueann Dass

This stunner was the perfect sharing dish among a group of friends. The fish was absolutely smooth and buttery; the flavours were sublime and refreshing with the dill and leek. A must try when you come to Mr Chew's (RM98).

Tip: Please do try it paired with their lotus rice!

Comes in a wooden box with three assorted desserts that are also individually available but makes a good combination here for diners to try a diverse range of their desserts: banana burrito, dessert tacos and lychee ice kacang.
The banana burrito is essentially tonka bean ice cream, deep fried banana shaved gula melaka and coconut wrapped in a burrito. I love bananas so this was a treat, but it was nothing to shout about.
The dessert tacos were a mess to eat but very fun to try - hard shell tacos with mango pomelo and strawberry.
Last but not least the lychee ice kacang that includes lychee bavarois, creme brûlée, shaved ice of lemon, earl grey & ginger mint and raspberry marshmallows. Nothing special here but a glorified fancy ice kacang.

Catfish char siew & som tum stuffed deep fried mantao. One of them itself is RM20 (pictured is two) and can be requested to be cut into two for sharing. We didn’t even realize it wasn’t catfish and thought it was pork only until we finished the bite. Love the tangy som tum that balances the sweetness & greasiness of the char siew catfish.

Love the appearance of the cocktail in a takeaway box and chopsticks. Drink was okay but the look trumped the taste. Some may not like the very subtle taste of pink peppercorn so beware. Guava was a good touch.

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