Hard Rock Cafe Kuala Lumpur has been around for ages, in fact more than a quarter of century. Regardless of how you look at it, that's an amazing feat for a restaurant.
After spending close to 10 years in KL and even having stayed at Hard Rock hotel before, this was actually my first visit to Hard Rock Cafe. All I can say is that I should have done it sooner.
Guest Head Chef Jes Chew is now cooking at Elegantology Gallery & Restaurant. His specially created 3 course a la carte menu offers a series of colored dishes that could be paired with cocktails and in store fashion items.
Priced at RM150++ per pax and available for a limited time only, the exquisite dishes are prepared by using premium ingredients with a local twist.
For nearly half a century, the only way you could enjoy Sze Ngan Chye's famous salted roast duck was to takeaway from their humble stall at Petaling Street. Since their first ever restaurant opened in Kepong, customers now have an alternative spot to purchase the roast ducks without having to go all the way to the city.
Is Yezi the most gorgeous looking steamboat restaurant in town? Maybe. Does Yezi have some of the most unique broth for steamboat? Definitely. However, those qualities come with a price and it's quite a hefty one too. It will cost around RM200 for a satisfying meal for 2
I have been searching high and low for an excellent dim sum restaurant in KL that won't cost a bomb. I was extremely strict though: the restaurant must serve fresh to order dim sum, not crowded, priced around RM100 per pax, and better if it's eat-all-you-can. My recommendation based on the criteria mentioned earlier is Celestial Court of Sheraton Imperial hotel