9, Lorong Kurau, Taman Bukit Pantai
Bangsar 59100

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07:00pm - 12:00am

07:00pm - 12:00am

07:00pm - 01:00am

07:00pm - 01:00am

07:00pm - 01:00am


07:00pm - 12:00am

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Since they don't serve free water (why? ☹️), we figured we might as well spend on mocktails than the overpriced bottled water. Well, we thought wrong. This was orange juice, soda water and a stalk of bruised lemongrass with a lot of ice.


Desserts should make you happy, but this recommended item brought us nothing but disappointment. Brownie was more cake-like (but dry), the praline sauce acidic and the vanilla "gelato" on the side came from a household brand tub (King's). The sweet tooth in me died a little after a spoonful of this. 💸💸💸


While the staff recommended the "smaller" Wagyu Tomahawk for two of us, and reassured us that it was perfect for two – yes, all 1.4-1.5kg of it 😵, the RM710 price tag was way just way too steep. It's probably best to bring at least four friends and share that or the 1.6-1.8kg (and the RM828 cost).

So we opted for this "baby" bone-in hunk of meat instead and wasn't disappointed (wish they trimmed it better though – lots of uneatable fats on the edges). It was perfectly seasoned and charred (might be a bit too charred for some) accompanied with a salty but addictive Bearnaise sauce and veggies.


Aglio olio is so simple, but is also very easy to get wrong. The one here however is actually bang on flavour – crustaceany, garlicky and herby! Can't say it's worth RM55 though, as they could have used much better quality prawns (and maybe even deveined if you're charging that much).


In place of Mat Salleh's spot along Lorong Kurau is now the upscale N97, a prime place for the meat-hungry. The dim, atmospheric setting, coupled with a certifiably indulgent menu, makes this one great for date nights or group celebrations. The focus at every table is the Wagyu Tomahawk (from RM710). It will set you back quite a bit, but take comfort in knowing that the 1.6 kg gargantuan meat dish is not only delicious, but can comfortably feed six to eight tummies! Even if you're on a date (or in smaller groups), don't let the tomahawk out of sight just yet. There is a humbler (but still delectable) Angus Baby Tomahawk (from RM350) to consider. While the waitstaff will recommend a medium to medium well doneness that is more widely accepted, Burppler Dex Neo recommends getting it medium rare for seared, crusty sides and a moist, tender centre. The garlic sauce that comes with both meats is mindblowingly good too.
Avg Price: RM200
Photo by Burppler Dex Neo


This was our #treatyoself meal for the trip at the crowded N97. A whooping 600-800g of steak, really crusty on the outside, moist and tender on the inside and seasoned really well. What can I say except that I don’t regret this at all!

The waiter will recommend medium to medium well but we went with medium rare which I felt hit the right spot. And that sauceeeee! Dammmm, was it good. A thick, garlicky cream sauce, it went well slathered on EVERYTHING. If there’s two of you, just this should suffice as a main. A great place for date night or celebrations, make sure you make a reservation cause it can get pretty crowded!