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Telephone
03-2692 6270
Opening Hours
Today
08:00-22:00
Mon-Sun
08:00-22:00
Payment Method
Visa Master Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.coliseum1921.com
Signature Dishes
Grilled Salmon Steak Hainanese Fried Mee Sizzling Tenderloin Steak Inche Cabin
Review (15)
I planned to watch “Size Zero” a comedy and eye opening Indian Movie at Coliseum Cineplex, Kuala Lumpur as none of the GSC is playing that particular movie. So after our movie, me and my sister wanted to have dinner at Coliseum Café & Hotel while waiting for my Boyfriend to join us for dinner. Coliseum Café & Hotel is located just a stone throw away from Coliseum Cineplex. The café serves a variety of foods and drink choices for the customer including alcoholic beverages. A couple of people occupied the café when we arrived around 5.30pm. The ambiance of the café was classic and gives a very good vintage feeling for us. I ordered Hainanaese Chicken Chop and Spaghetti Chicken Bolognaise.Hainanese Chicken Chop is simply delicious. The chicken was crispy and tender. It was served with fries and sauce on the top. My boyfriend loved it; he even commented it tasted better than the Coliseum, Section 13. Hainanese Chicken Chop @ RM 23.90 Spaghetti Chicken Bolognaise is just a normal spaghetti, not something extraordinary. Spaghetti Chicken Bolognaise @ RM 16.90Overall, it was an okay dinner for me. Just drop by to experience the feeling of dining at one of the oldest restaurants in Malaysia and the foods are okay. The biggest problem is their car parking that cost me RM 16++ for just 4 hours in KL that is almost equivalent to my dinner. So Sad!! Just waste of money and I would just use LRT to go there instead of driving and asked my boyfriend to pick us up. Service Charge: 10%GST: 6%Off-peak: 15%Coliseum Café & Hotel 98-100&102, Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman,50100 Kuala LumpurTel: 03- 2692 6270 continue reading
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Level4 2015-06-08
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Colisuem is an old name in Kuala Lumpur.It was first opened by a Hainanese family and they serve British style steaks which are drenched in a lot of sauce. Their most famous is the sizzling steakToday, the original Hainanese family has sold the business to a reputable companyAnd under the new management, Coliseum has expanded and opened branches in Petaling Jaya and Mid Valley MegamallAfter a sumptious steak meal, if you can still stomach some food. Opt for the fried banana fritters with ice cream continue reading
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Chicken Chop with Black Pepper SauceI always loved chicken chop because western food has always been my calling. Haha. Anyway, my chicken chop was well grilled and there were some slightly burnt parts, but i like how they tasted. The meat was juicy and flavorful when bitten into. The sauce was too salty for me though, i had to keep drinking water. continue reading
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Level3 2013-07-23
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Chicken Chop Chinese StyleThis used to be famously known as Hainanese style chicken chop. They had tomato sauce in this and I didn't fancy it very much. The chicken was fried and coated with the tomato sauce which i thought was too sweet.But, my mum loved it anyway, she thought that the chicken was crispy and juicy. continue reading
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Level3 2013-07-23
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Grilled NZ Lamb SteakThis was grilled well and I could taste the charcoal taste inside. It was served in a large portion so we could share with our friends. The meat was tender but not too tough, just the way i like my steak to be. The asparagus which was served along with this made a good combination. The black pepper sauce was quite thick and spicy but I liked it anyway. continue reading
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