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Telephone
03-2142 7633
Opening Hours
Mon.-Sun. 18:00-01:00
Payment Method
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Other Info
Alcohol served
Wi-Fi
Live music
Serves breakfast
Open Till Late
Signature Dishes
Andalusian Gazpacho Deep fried Wild Spanish Mushrooms Fleshy Iberico Pork Cheeks Huevos Rotos Paella de Marisco Pan Tumaca
Featured Reviews (3)
Rising Gourmet 2012-10-31
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Comfort food at its absolute best: eggs, potatoes and Parma ham. Outstanding.Andalucian Salmorejo from Cordoba, a puree of savory pleasures, spilling over with garlic bread, tomato, Jamon Iberico ham and hard-boiled egg. One of the best soups we've had this year; reminiscent in color to gazpacho, but much thicker and more flavorsome.Roasted piquillo peppers stuffed with blood sausage, soaked in their own rich sauce.Seafood and chicken paella. No one can accuse El Rincon of being saffron-stingy. Garbanzos con callos _ a rustic, salty stew, laden with lots of tripe, chorizo and chickpea. Cod fish cooked in tomato and roasted pepper sauce. A fine change from the run-of-the-mill cod recipes we often see in KL, thanks to a sauce whose comfortingly tangy, formidably creamy nature is the perfect partner for this fish.Iberico pork ribs, cooked medium-well for a lip-smacking vestige of bloodiness that would normally be associated with lamb chops instead. continue reading
Rising Gourmet 2012-09-14
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Replacing Le Bouchon at the corner of Changkat Bukit Bintang, El Rincon swaps its predecessor's French fare for Spanish sensations. It's one of 2012's most promising restaurants. Meals here start with complimentary "Pan Tumaca" _ warm, crisp bread spread with olive oil, tomato, garlic and salt. A simple but surprisingly satisfying Catalonian toast. Andalusian gazpacho, another classic, the liquid equivalent of tomato salad. El Rincon boasts a Spanish chef and at least one Spaniard on a service team that emanates warm professionalism, so customers can be assured of authenticity. Jordan de Asso, Grenache, 2010. All in all, El Rincon is the perfect companion eatery for tapas specialist Pinchos next door, though they're not affiliated with each other. Prices? A three-course meal with wine will surpass RM100 per person. continue reading
Rising Gourmet 2012-09-14
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Replacing Le Bouchon at the corner of Changkat Bukit Bintang, El Rincon swaps its predecessor's French fare for Spanish sensations. It's one of 2012's most promising restaurants. Northern Spanish anchovies _ slick, slimy and salty _ in a roasted bell pepper salad. What a load of tripe: Braised veal tripe and chorizo in tomato and pimento sauce. This hearty stew is an acquired taste, not for the faint of stomach, but it's ideal for a cold, rainy evening. Fleshy Iberico pork cheeks, offering a coarse, crimson-hued chew for red-blooded carnivores. Suckling goat roasted in its own juices. Goat isn't the most tender meat, so this is understandably tough, with a gaminess that not everyone will enjoy. But it has a rustic charm, and it left us high on a protein rush.All in all, El Rincon is the perfect companion eatery for tapas specialist Pinchos next door, though they're not affiliated with each other. Prices? A three-course meal with wine will surpass RM100 per person. continue reading