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T.Dining Malaysia Tatler Best Restaurants - - French -

With ex­quis­ite cui­sine served in an el­e­gant and re­fined set­ting, The Brasserie be­fits an in­ti­mate tête-à-tête, week­end gourmet ex­cur­sion or a light busi­ness din­ner.

Though it be snails, the ap­pe­tiser of es­car­got de Bour­gogne is freshly pre­pared and served in a timely man­ner. Sug­ges­tions of its fresh­ness is ev­i­dent through the suc­cu­lent and slightly crunchy ex­te­rior.

The 120-day An­gus grain-fed rib­eye does not dis­ap­point as the lux­u­ri­ous cut is grilled touch per­fect, giv­ing it a suc­cu­lent char on the sides whilst be­ing moist and ten­der in the mid­dle. A pi­quant side of béar­naise sauce and sprin­kle of sea salt lends it­self cred­i­bly to an al­ready jewel of a dish.

Of­fer­ing a dif­fer­ing palate is the saf­fron seafood stew with its rich salted juice from a fresh catch of prawns, mus­sels, clams and fish giv­ing a won­der­ful burst of flavours.

Cap the culi­nary sojourn with the deca­dent choco­late molten tart. The mes­meris­ing mound of molten choco­late is a won­der­fully rich and sen­sual af­ter­thought to the An­gus.

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