This alfresco restaurant-cum-bar boasts a nicely curated menu of South American winners alongside a cavernous space with the Petronas Towers as spectacular backdrop.
Fuego diners need to plan ahead as the restaurant gets booked out days in advance and wait lists are de rigueur.
The grilled watermelon with pickled tomatoes, fried halloumi and raspberry vinegar glaze is a triumph of widely contrasting taste sensations. Several beef dishes are offered as ‘big plates’ to encourage sharing. Try the succulent Australian grass-fed ribeye spiked with southern Cambodian pepper and served with a rich red wine sauce. Hand-pressed potatoes with black olive tapenade make a perfect accompaniment.