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03-7932 3228
Opening Hours
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
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Other Info
Accepts reservations
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Grilled Salmon Steak Hainanese Fried Mee Sizzling Tenderloin Steak Inche Cabin
Review (2)
Level3 2014-08-08
Coliseum Cafe is one of the oldest British Colonial era steakhouses in Malaysia located in KL. Now they have a branch in Petaling Jaya keeping with the same menu & style but with a slightly more modern / airy outlook. Decor wise it keeps to the faux wooden tables and chairs with white tablecloth. Rather close together so it can get cramped and noisy when their packed.The service is typical of the original in KL whereby sometimes they are attentive & quick however at times slow & non responsive. Think that is part of their style. In the KL branch the servers were infamous for having some air about them.When it comes to food their steaks are quite decent. Their top draw has to be the sizzling steaks. Served in front of you while it pops and boils after the sauce has been poured on the hotplate. They will tie a bib on you before serving so that the sauce doesn't splash on your clothes. They also have nice half roasted chicken. Don't forget to try their oxtail soup which is pretty awesome. If you are not up for Western this place does serve good Hainanese dishes like the chicken chop, fried nice or noodles and even toast.Wouldn't call this the best steakhouse in Malaysia however it is a nice place to visit every now and then for the old Brit charm. continue reading
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Unleashing the inner-carnivore in me!It was of pure chance that I stumbled upon this gem-of-a-place, somewhere along the lines of my food escapades. Little did I know thereafter that this restaurant, is in fact a reknown steak house that has been around for close to a decade. It was nice walking into a half packed restaurant despite being very much pass lunch time. Imagine how it'd be like during peak lunch hour!Having been open for a few months in Jaya33 and creating a bit of a buzz from its other age-old branch in Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, KL, Coliseum is on its way to backing its namesake.Recognised in the Malaysia Book of Records as the Longest Operating Western Colonial-Themed Restaurant, I wasn't surprised at the sleek interior and exterior. It was a slightly chilly from where I sat nonetheless.The menu is quite straightforward - Western cuisine with highlights on sizzling steaks being their House Specialty. Coliseum Café is also is pork free.I couldn't go past the steak here. I mean - it is literally a sin, to not order steak at Coliseum. Customer service was top notch. Drinks took mere minutes, appetizer came in 5 minutes and the steak came in 10. Dessert arrived in a jiff too. One of the happiest things a customer can rave about - no waiting time!Baked Crab Meat. Rm20.90.At hindsight, portion came smaller than expected. Served on a hard crab shell, I scooped a spoonful of the deep fried golden crust on top, revealing a mix of crab meat and condiments inside.The flavours and textures are tantalizing, but halfway through, I had to slather on a good mound of mayo - it was sparce in seasoning. The mayo is there for a reason after all. I really enjoyed the layer of crusty deep fried crab meat nonetheless.Would I order this again? Probably not.Sizzling Fillet Steak. Rm51.90.I really can see why they say this is the go-to place for steak! A thick slab of fillet was placed upon us - bubbling and sizzling away, along with the wonderfully enticing aroma that came with it.Normally, I would opt for medium-rare but since we were sharing and my friend wasn't too keen on having likewise, we got ours done medium-well this time round. The steak was done just right, tender and seasoned well, with a slight pinkish hue in the middle, on the thicker part of the fillet. There isn't much time to spare as you have to eat the steak quickly, as the savoury brown gravy thickens quite rapidly. The wedges was equally appealing. Possibly homemade with tasty and crusty edges that I can never get enough of. More wedges please?Crepe with Ice Cream. Rm8.90.I posted in FB and IG, asking my friends to guess what's in the crepe - many said banana. On second thoughts, that could work.The crepe was delicately folded into a blanket, on a bed of honey and there was vanilla ice cream inside! What a sweet treat to end my meal.Overall Rating: 7.5/10. Food was good and customer service great. With a decade long of successful recipes in tow, you can't go wrong at here. That said, Coliseum didn't exactly wow me, though this may be one of the safest Steak place to go to in PJ and potential favourite for many, I'm still on the lookout for the best Steak House in town. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)