TWO SONS BISTRO (Publika)

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~RM35/pax
Two Sons Bistro offers diners a blend of Western and Asian cuisine in a sophisticated, rustic environment as well as alfresco dining overlooking the exciting Publika Square. Watch the talented chefs dish out their masterpieces from our open kitchen while you savor our juicy steaks with its exciting array of accompaniments, or get your hands dirty dipping into our clams and mussels prepared in a variety of sauces. Satiate your Asian palate with our tiffin sets, or tuck into our delicious salads and pastas. Relax in our garden terrace while you sip on our freshly brewed coffee or refreshing drinks, and nibble on our delicious tapas and special desserts. And last but not least, enjoy our hearty breakfasts and waffles!

A4-G2-8, Solaris Dutamas
Jalan Dutamas 1
Kuala Lumpur 50480

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Saturday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

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Two Sons Bistro located at A4-G2-08 Publika Dutamas. Had a fantastic Seafood Stew recommended by a friend. Clams, prawns, mussels & baby squid slowly simmered in a herbed tomato broth. (RM25)

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Two Sons Bistro located at A4-G2-08 Publika Dutamas. Had a fantastic Seafood Stew recommended by a friend. Clams, prawns, mussels & baby squid slowly simmered in a herbed tomato broth. (RM25)

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Finally tried out this dish at two sons bistro! Although they had an array of sauces to choose from to go with the clams, but the cream and bacon sauce was calling my name! I was a little disappointed with the clams as it was overly salty. Someone might had accidentally tossed in an extra pinch of salt. The garlic bread however was fantastic! It was so good I asked for more and they happily obliged 😂😂. RM25 for this and I would come back and Will definitely tell them to ease up on the salt.

A wholesome pot of mussels cooked to perfection.. It's a great idea for sharing as you can get your hands dirty while treasure hunting for mussels that is plump and juicy.. The best part is you get to order a 450 or 900gm of mussels or clams and varieties of cooking sauces either neutral or spicy

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First of all, I just want to put it out there that this was so so bad. On so many levels. The menu says 'An open-faced waffle sandwich with grilled steak slices, sautéed onions, cherry tomatoes, jalapeños, portobello mushrooms and topped with Montery Jack and smoked cheddar cheese'. When the dish arrived, I literally looked at it jaw dropped, not in a good way. Maybe I shouldn't have compared it to the one I had in Max Brenners New York, literally like heaven and hell. First glance at it, the waffle looked so smooshed and soggy, not crispy at all. Then, I thought, hmm, maybe there's more steak and stuff in between the two waffle pieces? Nope. Slathered in all the grooves of the bottom waffle was tons of tartar sauce/mayo, which I absolutely despise. Worse, it probably was the culprit for making the waffles soggy. Btw the menu did not mention any sauces of any sort. I literally tried to scrape every bit of that white sauce out. On top of the waffle was a few chunks of steak slices, some jalapeños and cheese, maybe some caramelized onions which wasn't too noticeable. The fries were probably the best thing on this plate. It was only until after my meal that I looked at the menu again, and realized that my dish did not have any cherry tomatoes, no portobello mushrooms, hardly any sautéed onions, and if my tastebuds are right, there was only Montery Jack and no Smoked Cheddar. I paid RM23 for this dish which was absolutely ridiculous. Maybe they ran out of ingredients? They could've at least told me if that was the case, swap in some extra vege or meat or something? Maybe the white sauce was to compensate for the lack of ingredients -.- Service here wasn't excellent, ribeye steak wasn't great, only reason I would go back there is for their mussels (which was really really good btw). Ok I'm done.

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Make your way to Two Sons Bistro in Solaris Dutamas on one of these rainy days for a comforting meal. Start off by sharing a pot full of mussels (RM28) to warm that tummy up. If you're in the mood for splurging, go for their juicy steaks! Their Linguine Vongole (RM28) served with fresh clams will also satisfy. They also do familiar dishes such as the seabass served with Chinese-style vegetables and rice, which can't help but remind you of home (RM28).

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