Sporting a minimalist yet fun 1960s Danish contemporary design, this brasserie is a popular spot for many office parties and social gatherings thanks to its good food, great service and strategic locale in the heart of downtown KL.
Set a positive tone for the meal with a crispy curtain-raiser of Korean deep-fried chicken wings. Slicked with robust Koreanstyle sweet-savoury sauce, they are deliciously tender to the bite and taste as good as the ones found in Seoul.
Enjoyable is the rich, complex spice and coconut milk accents emanating from the beef short ribs that supplement the generous serving of nasi lemak. For a satisfyingly meaty encounter, the grilled tenderloin is a great choice as the 120days grain-fed Black Angus meat is on-point cooking-wise, accompanied by a side dish of potato garlic mash.
The apple guava tart is a decent dessert made better with its accompanying scoop of vanilla Haagen-dazs ice cream. Crumbly pastry entomb slivers of apple and guava slices that play off well with the smooth coldness of the ice cream.