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Telephone
03-2163 5732
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 00:00
Mon - Thu
12:00 - 00:00
Fri
12:00 - 01:00
Sat
18:00 - 01:00
Sun
12:00 - 00:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Alcohol served
BYO
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
http://www.thebiggroup.co/estate/
Signature Dishes
Beer-Roasted Whole Chicken Guinness Braised Beef Stew Parmigiano-Reggiano Egg Croquette Traditional Beer-Battered Cod Fish and Chips
Review (19)
这道菜色外型看下去非常特别,令人感到眼前一亮。一颗外型像球型的炸马铃薯中包裹着半熟蛋,一刀切开这粒大丸子,蛋黄酱就立即从里面爆溢出了,与碟中的塔塔酱和绿苗形成了一道非常开胃的小菜。 continue reading
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Went to EST first wine pairing dinner with Jean-Baptiste Audy Wines.It was my first wine pairing dinner experience and i hope i get to go for more.. =pthe dinner was held in a private room inside EST.Menu for that night. RM230++ per pax.we got to try 4 wines which is paired with our courses. I really love the rose wine that we started with.The appetizer was nicely presented and i love how the tuna having a pink frame on the outer layer. the pesto sauce on top match well with the fish too.cream of mushroom that served with a piece of fried mushroom on the side. this dish is ok for me but my friend love it, he said it was the best mushroom soup he never had.. hmmm..my main course, the beef!frankly speaking i love the grass-fed tenderloin more than the marble score 5 wagyu skirt steak. i will appreciate more if they serve me a wagyu tenderloin but that could cost MORE for sure? maybe i am just not used to beef which is too raw (asked for medium but i think the wagyu is medium rare). but overall i still love my main course! our dessert was flour-less chocalate cake. i love it! the combination of the chocolate and cherries are just fantastic! i wish i can have more of this.ended with a pot of T2 Earl Grey, with more sweet stuff which is not in the picture.the dinner was great and i need to learn more on wine. hope to see more wine pairing dinner event coming up. continue reading
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Level4 2012-09-27
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The birth of this new gastrolounge, swathed in sexy shadows, heralds virgin territory for the busy birds & bees of the BIG Group.Estate at The Intermark blends a bevy of influences into one establishment; if Ben's, La Bodega & The Library engaged in a ménage à trois, this might be the offspring _ a love child that inherits its parents' best traits (yes, all three of them, genetically impossible as that may seem). Earthiness assured: pizza voluptuously topped with sauteed wild mushrooms, mascarpone & truffle oil (RM35.90++). The truffle oil component could be more potent, but this is nevertheless nicely emblematic of BIG's "cendawan tumbuh lepas hujan" approach to opening eateries. Beer butt chicken (RM79.90++), with an open can of beer stuffed into the fowl's behind while it's being roasted, resulting in monumentally mouthwatering meat that makes us thankful that not all forms of posterior penetration are criminalized. Be tickled pink by this tangy twist on the strawberry sundae, featuring a fresh strawberry salad topped with raspberry granita, strawberry & lychee sorbets & rose meringue. Cocktails are unavailable at Estate, so customers have to head next door to Tate for a climactic concoction like this classic Aviation (tanqueray 10 gin, maraschino liquor, lemon juice).For fans of live music, Estate will likely have bands performing here starting at 9pm, Wednesdays through Saturdays. At other times, expect to hear the likes of Florence + The Machine blasting on the speakers.All things considered, a sultry hangout for a swinging night out.P.S. BIG is still sowing more wild oats at The Intermark, with at least two more outlets that offer interesting concepts to open in this building. Next month: EST. continue reading
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The most interesting item on the dessert menu seemed to be this "Snickers Bar" (RM 19.90), a combination of caramel mousse, lush milk chocolate ice cream, lots of salted peanuts and a peanut chocolate cracker. Alas, dessert proved to be the chink in what had otherwise been a perfect dinner outing. We wanted to like this very much, but we couldn't shake the overwhelming taste of peanuts. The salted peanuts and chocolate ice cream didn't go together, while the peanut chocolate cracker made of dark chocolate didn't feel like it belonged either. continue reading
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