Fabulous dining at Mr Chew’s Chino Latino Bar.
Tucked away on the penthouse level of the trendy WOLO hotel in Bukit Bintang, Mr Chew’s Chino
Latino Bar offers a feast to the senses, with stunning interiors paired with inventive Asian cuisine prepared by the same award-winning team behind its opulent sister restaurant, Troika Sky Dining. Housed in a fabulous loft-like space, first-time visitors to this picturesque sanctuary will feel transported to an idyllic place away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
Every inch of this grand duplex offers opportunities of delightful discovery: stylish dining areas bedecked in fancy furnishings; a dramatic portrait of the Qing Dynasty's legendary Empress Dowager Cixi; and cosy-yet-spacious nooks perfect for lounging about with a drink in hand. Thirsty travellers to this luxurious establishment can pop over to the cocktail bar to sample the Chino-Latino inspired cocktails concocted by Beverages & Wine Manager Rick Joore, while the Kirin bar serves up tasty thirst-quenchers including beer, saké, soju, umeshu, tuak, and various other rice wines and infusions.
As for the menu, Mr Chew’s serves up plenty of familiar flavours mixed with global influences inspired by founders Christian Bauer and Eddie Chew’s various foodie expeditions across Malaysia and other exotic locales around the world. Creative dishes include the signature Mr Chew’s bento box (MYR45++). Available only during lunch, this tasty package comprises a roll of the day, pickle of the day, and a signature bun followed by a main course of choice.
Diners with a sweet tooth can satiate their sugar cravings by sinking their teeth into the indulgent six-course dessert degustation menu. Served at the restaurant’s dessert bar, which is also the first of its kind in the big city, guests signing up for this delectable experience will be able to interact with the creative Chef Ivan, who will be more than delighted to explain the inspirations behind each creation that comes paired with either tea (MYR60+) or alcohol (MYR95+).
For those who feel that music and food go hand to hand, drop by at 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays for a sampling of ‘ Vinyl Sessions’. Featuring some of KL’s best music selectors, this performance offers an eclectic mix of Latin, soul, pop and jazz that will get you in the mood for good food. But if Sunday brunch is your raison d'etre, The Sunday Affair menu (MYR140+ per person) will not disappoint. This smorgasbord of flavours and colours offers 20 comforting dishes, beginning with many shared little plates before moving on to the bigger main courses, and finished off with an array of innovative desserts.