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Showing posts with label Bangsar South. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bangsar South. Show all posts

Wednesday, 28 February 2018

The Art Coffee Nexus Bangsar South

The Art Coffee Nexus Bangsar South
The Art Coffee Nexus Bangsar South 

The Art Coffee which used to be in Sunway Giza have moved to 
Lot 1.8, First Floor, Nexus Bangsar South, Jalan Kerinchi,
Kuala Lumpur to cater to the coffee lovers.

The Art Coffee Nexus Bangsar South

One of the major revamp is that The Art Coffee at Nexus Bangsar South serves a full dining menu and we have gotten to taste some of this newly crafted dishes by Chef Alex.


We started off our tasting session with an order of Smoked Salmon Salad (RM16.00). This rich multi-coloured salad is a feast for our eyes when it was served to us. In the salad, you get a combination of Lolo Rosso, Lolo Bienda, Smoked Salmon, Purple Cabbage, Capsicum, Tomato Salsa, Walnut, Dried Cherry and tossed with a sesame infused dressing.


We decided to order a sharing starter which is Munchies (RM14.00). This sharing platter consists of Deep Fried Chicken Popcorn which has a nice bite crunch. Also on the platter is the fried nachos which is served with Trio Cheese Sauce and Guacamole Dip.


For our soup, we had the Soup Of the Soul (RM13.00). The soup is a clear based chicken soup while the breast meat is chopped to a nice bite size and cooked with broccoli. This soup is served with toasted baguette.


For fans of pasta, The Art Coffee offers 3 cooking style which is the tomato based, cream based and the Aglio Olio style. Being a fan of seafood; for the tomato-based, we had the Seafood Marinara (RM23.00). The seafood that was used for this pasta is the Prawns, Squid, Green Mussels, Lala and for the vegetables, the chef uses black olives, tomatoes coulis and baby spinach to add some texture and taste to the spaghetti.


For the Cream style; we ordered the Creamy Oriental Popcorn (RM21.00).  The pasta that is used for this dish is the Linguine. For this dish, the Chef has infused an oriental touch to this dish by having the cream cooked with the fragrant curry leaves to give it a dash of spicy flavour. It is then topped with the deep fried popcorn chicken. According to the Chef, these popcorn are not the same as the commercially available but are in-house made by the chef using chicken tenders and are marinated by the Chef recipe.


For the mains; we decided on the Steak Diane (RM38.00). The Beef Fillet is cooked medium-well in classic Diane sauce and is accompanied by the sweet potato chip and sauteed vegetables.


To end our meal, we ordered the Chef's Signature Dessert (RM18.00) which is a fried soft dough and in it is the chilled avocado-lime paste, served with mix berry sauce and topped with cotton candy.



followed by a Strawberry Watermelon Blended fresh juice (RM15.00).

The Art Coffee Nexus Bangsar South Location Address Map

Friday, 11 August 2017

Korean BBQ Buffet San Nae Deul Nexus Bangsar South Kuala Lumpur



Many Non-Muslim people in Kuala Lumpur love Korean BBQ especially with a Buffet spread; more so when it is non-halal as they are able to taste out the lovely marinated Korean BBQ dishes. We have previously visited San Nae Deul Nexus Bangsar South (you can click on the link to view our previous experience) quite sometime back, so, a revisit is due on this Korean BBQ Buffet restaurant.


For those that just love to taste Korean dishes can opt for the Buffet without the BBQ item and its starts with the following offer: You can also check out San Nae Deul Facebook


Buffet Without BBQ (Lunch: 11.30 am- 3 pm ; Dinner: 5.30 pm- 11 pm)
Lunch (MON- FRI)Adult: RM 19+ Child: RM 10+ 
Lunch (SAT- SUN & PUBLIC HOLIDAY)Adult: RM 25+ Child: RM 15+
Dinner (MON-SUN)Adult: RM 25+ Child: RM 15+
Dining time for this package is 60 minutes
Child Price - from 4- 10 years old and height below 120 cm.


For this buffet, you can try out the side dish like the various Kim Chi dishes


 Toppoki



soup, meat dishes, pancakes,


Korean Fried Chicken



Seafood



and various Korean Deep Fried dishes


and when you want to try out the BBQ; you can order the Buffet with BBQ at the following price

Buffet With BBQ (Lunch: 11.30 am- 3 pm ; Dinner: 5.30 pm- 11 pm)
Lunch (MON- FRI)Adult: RM 39+ Child: RM 20+ 
Lunch (SAT- SUN & PUBLIC HOLIDAY)Adult: RM 45+ Child: RM 25+
Dinner (MON-SUN)Adult: RM 45+ Child: RM 25+
Dining time for this package is 90 minutes


(Free 1 plate of cheese for each table)


For the lunch packages, you will be entitled to order unlimited BBQ items which includes Grilled Squid, Pork Belly, Sliced Pork Belly,



Curry Pork Belly, Grilled Sliced Pork Belly with Korean Spicy Sauce, Pork Shoulder, Pork Jowl, Grilled Pork Rib,


 Spicy Stir Fried Pork, Stir Fried Soy Sauce Chicken



while for the Dinner packages there is additional BBQ dishes  for you to choose from, which includes the Grilled Cross Cut Ribs, Beef With Soy Sauce



Beef Belly, Stir Fried Spicy Chicken



Dinner Menu


 and more.


There are 3 San Nae Deul Korean Restaurant in Malaysia, which is at Bangsar South, Empire Damansara and Ara Damansara, for the full address, please click here. Please note that Korean BBQ Buffet is only available at the Bangsar South outlet.


San Nae Deul Korean BBQ Restaurant is currently having a monthly lucky draw for the customer to win Cash Voucher. For the FREE trip to Seoul/ Jeju Korea and many other exciting prizes; which include Samsung Galaxy S8, there will be a draw every 3 months. Please remember to get your entry forms when you dine at the restaurant. Good luck to you.

San Nae Deul @Nexus Bangsar South Location Address Map

Tuesday, 13 October 2015

San Nae Deul Korean BBQ Buffet @Nexus Bangsar South Kuala Lumpur


If you love to eat Korean BBQ, I mean a lot of it and you are also on a very tight budget, then this restaurant San Nae Deul Korean BBQ Buffet located at 1-3 & 1-4, Level 1 Nexus, Bangsar South, 59200 Kuala Lumpur will be a good choice for you. Read about the promotion at the end of this article.


San Nae Deul Korean BBQ Buffet Restaurant has a very special setup which allows patrons to sit on an elevated flooring; quite similar to the one in Japanese restaurant. 


It is a very spacious restaurant that offers a great free space to move around easily especially when it is a self service buffet where you will need to make frequent trips to the buffet counters for your food.


We started the review with the BBQ items which includes thinly sliced Pork Belly, Pork Neck Meat, Ham and Sausages.


There are also a varieties of Bulgogi, Lamb Ribs, Marinated Chicken Thigh, Fish and Squid for those that love some seafood BBQ. 


Before grilling our ingredients, we set off to get our sauces, we particularly like the special red paste sauce, as it accompanies well with all our BBQ item.


We started by taking the Pork Belly, Lamb Ribs, Bulgogi Beef and marinated Chicken Thigh.


Round one BBQ with fresh delicacies on top of a special paper foils on the special griller.


Our almost done BBQ.


One of my favourite non-meat delicacies which is the king mushroom which has a nice texture and taste after BBQing.


Fresh Lettuce for our wrap with the BBQ delicacies.


More offering of salad 


For Kim Chi fans, there are an assortment of vegetarian Kim Chi offering; which also includes sour and fresh kimchi. 


While waiting for the delicacies to be BBQ, you can also taste some of the pre-cooked food which includes Japanese Omelette or Maki to start off with.


Other varieties of pre-cooked food includes fried vegetables and fried dumpling.


Or savour some of the Kim Chi and Garlic Fried Rice for rice lovers.


At San Nae Deul, there is a limited desserts available but with the offering of freshly cut fruits, it will soothe from the heatiness of all the BBQ food that you have consumed. 


San Nae Deul is currently running a "ALL YOU CAN EAT" promotion at RM25.00 per pax for Korean Food Buffet for lunch and RM40.00 For Korean BBQ and Food Buffet for Dinner. 

Saturday, 6 June 2015

Edo Ichi Japanese Restaurant Bangsar South - Sumptuous Japanese Dinner Review By Best Restaurant


When it comes to Japanese food, the greatest and most fundamental point is the freshness of its ingredients especially those raw delicacies. Best Restaurant To Eat was invited to a special dinner review at EDO ICHI JAPANESE RESTAURANT located at Nexus, Bangsar South Unit G-4 Ground Floor, Nexus Bangsar South, No. 7 Jalan Kerinchi 59200 Kuala Lumpur.


EDO ICHI Japanese Restaurant exudes a modern wood based themed. It is brightly lit and comfortable dining experience with a sushi bar counter for some quick meal.


For some privacy there are special areas where it can sit around 20 people. There are also 4 private dining room where you and your guests can dine in total privacy.


Edo Ichi Japanese restaurant also offers a wide choice of sake for its customers to choose from.


Our dinner review started with an appetizer named SOFT KANI KARAAGE TO SHAKE KAWA SARADA. It is a Fried Soft Shell Crab with Crispy Fried Salmon Skin on a bed of fragrant in-house Goma dressing (sesame sauce).


As it has a little sourish taste, it was a real good starter to entice our taste bud to more varying flavour to come.


The next dish is the star of the night; which is HONJITSU NO TOKUSEI SASHIMI MORIAWASE - It is the Chef’s Special Selection with 8 kinds of assorted air- flown raw fish platter.


This delicacies featured on the platter will be different from day to day based on the season and availability of these air flown first grade delicacies. The eight different kind of sashimi featuring in our platter are the ocean-fresh sea urchin (NAMA UNI), live scallop (IKE HOTATE), pink shrimp (AKA EBI), tuna belly (TORO), salmon belly (SHAKE HARASU), yellow tail (HAMACHI), large-scale blackfish (MEJINA) and striped pigfish (ISAKI).


Each platter is decorated with a fish; quipped the restaurant manager Mr Alex; in which case, ours was the Hou Bou Fish. The platter served was not only delicious but very eye pleasing as the chef have artistically decorated each platter to feast the customer eyes and tummy.


At Edo Ichi Japanese Restaurant, the style of serving are the traditional style (washoku) and the emphasis in on the quality of ingredients and presentation.


The next dish is the KAKI MENTAI CHEESE YAKI, it is Grilled Oyster that is topped With Cod Roe plus mayonnaise and melted cheese paste.


The flavour is quite similar to the Baked Oyster Cheese, but with the additional Cod Roe, it gives you a slightly salty taste, but one that tantalize your taste bud.


As we move to the more flavourful stuff, we then had the EBI NO HOTATE CHEESE TSUTSUMI AGE; it is Deep Fried Prawn & Scallop Rolled with Cheese.


The crisp on the prawns and scallop combination was crisp on the outside, while the fresh bouncy succulent prawn was still moist.


CHANKO KONABE (Shoyu) An assorted Seafood and Vegetable in Hot Pot - is a tantalizing hot-pot with servings of prawns, fish, shell fish, lala, soft tofu, mushrooms and assorted vegetables in  shoyu paste clear broth.


This is then followed by the signature ASARI WINE MUSHI which is Steamed Short Neck Clam with White Wine.


In taste, it is quite similar to the "Seong Tong La La", but with a Japanese Wine, the aroma was slightly stronger too.


One of the specialty in Edo Ichi is the sushi, instead of the nigri sushi, we tried the maki and even this maki is a Fried Maki which is the UNAGI CRISPY ROLL


The fried unagi are rolled in the seaweed; once it is rolled up, it is sent to the fryer; the result, the crisp of the seaweed was very nice to bite at. This roll gives you a different texture and taste as it carries along a slightly salty taste from the frying and mix with the sauce and the unagi, it gives out a bursting flavour on each and every bite.


The last dish, we had for the night is the SURUME IKA SUGATA YAKI - Grilled Japanese Whole Squid. At Edo Ichi Japanese Restaurant; the way to eat it was with the Shoyu sauce with a sprinkle of chilli flakes. It burst out a slight salty and spicy taste to the springy and bouncy grilled squid. 


For desserts, we had the EDO ICHI TEMPURA MOCHI - which is similar to the Chinese Fried "Ning Ko" but here it is using mochi cut into cubes and serves with a nice Matcha ice cream.


And the last dessert is the AZUKI KATSU, which has the mochi filled with azuki beans and fried to a crisp. It is served with the soft Matcha ice cream.


At Edo Ichi Japanese Restaurant it has a wide varieties of authentic Japanese dishes in their menu, we have just tasted only a fraction of it tonight. If you are a true blue Japanese food fan, you can check out the range of foods served here.

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