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Telephone
03-5636 0878
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master AMEX Cash
Other Info
Delivery
Pork-free
Restaurant Website
http://esquirekitchen.com/
Signature Dishes
Belacan Fried Rice Shanghai Fried Noodles Shanghainese Fried Dumplings Sze Chuan Eggplant Szechuan Sour and Spicy Soup Tung Po Meat
Review (9)
Level4 2016-01-25
178 views
Initially we wanted to go to Dragon-i as my friend's mother like the Xiao Long Bao there but there was a long queue.As usual, Esquire Kitchen has a big crowd. We had to sit right near the kitchen where my mum did not like much but that was the only table available which has a nice red semi circle lounge seating.All the food portions are small for the Regular orders.Kong Bao Chicken (RM 25) The chicken is served in small pieces. The sauce is ok and just normal.Stir-fried French Beans (RM 18) This is slightly salty with minced meat. Ok, and normal.Stir-Fried Kacang Botol (RM 18)To me, this reminds me of eating the dish at the economic rice stall, so I seriously would not have ordered this if I were my friend but what can I do since I was the guest.Sambal Prawns (RM 32) This is my favourite dish of the day. The sambal is not super spicy like what we are used to or the one cooked by Nyonya community in Penang and Melaka. I like the fact that a lot of crispy onions are cooked together with the thick sauce.Spare Ribs (RM 33) The spare ribs has the typical sweet dark sauce infused inside and the result is quite ok. I like the bony parts but it lacks the normal tenderness of this dish. My friend kept lamenting that the dish has become worse. Shanghai Steamed Dumplings (RM 9.30 for 6 pieces) This is incomparable with the Xiao Long Bao from Dragon-i but I guess this is because Esquire Kitchen is not famous for this Dim Sum and more famous for da chao and stir-fried noodles and rice. There was no juice popping out of the dumplings.Details:Address: G1-42A, Sunway Pyramid,. 3, Jalan PJS 11/15,. Bandar Sunway,. 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Tel: 03-5636 0878 continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-27
49 views
Terrible terrible service just don't understand why there Is no one to serve us today. Normally there will be someone at the door step waiting for their customer to bring them to the table but today we went in look for a table and waited for a few minutes before some one come over to serve us. So disappointed.I saw this on their me one of their restaurant specialities, sour and spicy soup. We had order a regular size one for two person but it is too just too much for two person to consume. The taste of it still consider ok but not spicy enough, just sour due to the black vinegar.If i were to rate this I would give 9/10 continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-24
39 views
Today me and wife was craving for some Chinese food due to recently y eating too much western food.So, we came back to our regular Chinese restaurant that serves our favorite fried dumpling.This is the must have dish that we will definitely ordered.Then, we ordered our main dish, Yang zhou fried rice and curry chicken noodle.Taste maintain at the same standard. Thumb up for them. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-04
50 views
This is essentially Esquire Kitchen's signature dish- Tong Po Meat, best to have with the chinese flower rolls.The meat came in a soup pot, filled with black soup cum gravy and the sinful pork. The meat has a thick layer of fat and at the same time lean meat. They taste wonderfully tender, just one touch with the chopstick and the meat will 'slice' easily. The soup has a fragrant aroma, best dipped with some freshly steamed 'fa kuen' (chinese flower rolls), similar to mantou but much fluffier continue reading
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