20-0-8, Jalan 2/101c, Cheras Business Centre
Kuala Lumpur 56100

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05:00pm - 02:00am

05:00pm - 02:00am

05:00pm - 02:00am

05:00pm - 02:00am

05:00pm - 02:00am

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05:00pm - 02:00am

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2008 is flanked by many other snow beer eateries but this open-air restaurant commands a better crowd than most, thanks to its tastier eats. Make this unconventional venue your next watering hole with colleagues or friends, and order the Taiwanese Snow Beer (from RM11) — chilled beer of your choice poured into a frozen glass to achieve a slushie-like effect. If you're not a drinker, have this icy drink with the mellower Somersby or Tiger Radler instead. Almost every table here orders identical dishes, so don't be surprised if the attentive waitress finishes your sentence. A method known to help retain moisture, the Salt-Baked Tilapia (RM38) offers incredibly juicy, tender flesh and the signature dish takes 20 minutes to prepare. In the meantime, order the Salted Pork (RM22) and Yin Yong Kai Lan (RM15) that make great snacks with the snow beer.
Avg Price: RM35


For how many years have I prayed (yes, prayed) for snow in Malaysia? Every single year I pray for a white christmas that doesn't garner making a trip to Genting Highlands for fake, dirty, artificial snow that smells funky. Fast forward, I'm 23 and I've given up on Malaysia seeing its first snow ever. Ever.

But hey, if you still love snow and like beer. Or if you love ice cold beer done different, why not try Snow Beer?

Located in the "shady" area of Cheras, 2008 Snow Beer is a restaurant that has its seats all out in the open and is famous for 2 things: their salt baked fish (another post) and their "snow beer".

What is this "snow beer" you asked? Well, what the restaurant does is that it shakes the beer and then freezes it (quite sure you've read or seen this online). They then serve it in chilled (well they freeze them) glass cups and the moment the beer hits the glass, it turns into a slushy like texture. Hence the name "snow beer".

It's just something different and I must admit it does give a very interesting take on beer.

So now you can be asked: would you like your beer room temperature, cold, or snowy?

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Beer... Is missing~~~ #foodporn #nofilter #dinner