FUEGO

Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - EATING -

Over­look­ing KL’s glit­ter­ing skyline from the stun­ning Troika build­ing is a slice of Latin fun, Fuego. Part of Troika Sky Din­ing, Fuego (or fire in Span­ish) fo­cuses on ex­otic South Amer­i­can flavours. Here, pa­trons are treated to vis­ually spec­tac­u­lar del­i­ca­cies such as smoked snails in a jar, smoked quail eggs, grilled wa­ter­melon, and soft shell crab na­chos. Heartier ap­petites will ap­pre­ci­ate the res­tau­rant’s em­brace of grilled meats. Served on a wooden slab, these add a rus­tic and ro­bust el­e­ment to the menu. Fuego also el­e­vates the sim­ple av­o­cado to world class lev­els, cour­tesy of a team that fo­cuses on gua­camole alone and pro­duces five dif­fer­ent recipes.

The or­di­nary is never on the menu in Fuego as even the cock­tails are mod­ern in­no­va­tive twists on clas­sics. With witty pre­sen­ta­tions and clever flavour com­bi­na­tions, cock­tails at Fuego are show­stop­pers. A lib­eral help­ing of rum and te­quila runs through­out the drinks menu, and re­cent cre­ations have in­cluded the sublime Rum Rhap­sody (rum, pineap­ple, se­cret P7 syrup, and Val­rhona dul­cey cre­meux) and the re­fresh­ing Re­versed Pina Co­lada (with rum,m, pineap­ple syrup,p, co­conut wa­ter

Eat­ing & Drink­ing 2015/2016 and al­mond bit­ters).

The com­fort­able and stylish bar with its in­dus­trial de­tails and talavera tiles, which re­flect Fuego's Latin Amer­i­can vibe, is the per­fect spot to en­joy a catch up with friends as its stim­u­lat­ing cui­sine is per­fect for shar­ing. Fuego trans­ports even the most unimag­i­na­tive of din­ers deep into the heav­enly depths of South Amer­ica, one bite and one sip at a time. Level 23A, Tower B, The Troika, 19 Per­siaran KLCC, KL (03 2162 088/www.

troikasky­din­ing.com).tr

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