03-2272 8888
Opening Hours
11:00 - 00:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 00:00
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Live music
Open Till Late
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Signature Dishes
Baba Ghanoush Blackened Salmon Gambas Pil Pil Garlic-Paprika Cream Sauce Chicken Pinchitos de Cordero Pollo a la Crema
Review (2)
Level4 2014-03-13
Definitely an ideal chill out spot for those who enjoy good food and drink with great music serenading. You may find both local and Mediterranean cuisines over here that has the capacity of 80 persons at one time.Among the hors d'oeuvre that pampers our palates are Albondigas, Watermelon and Feta Cheese Salad and Pizza Paraviccini.AlbondigasSlow-cooked lean lamb meatballs in rich tomato sauce. Very tender and savory.Watermelon and Feta Cheese SaladWith red onion, cress and extra virgin olive oil. An exceptional and delightful finger bites, never knew that feta cheese could make such a good marriage with this juicy fruit.Pizza ParavicciniFresh baked with homemade tomato sauce, green peppers, turkey ham, pineapple, button mushrooms, fennel seeds, mozzarella cheese and a good handful of black olives.If i were to pick, i would select Watermelon and Feta Cheese Salad being the most pallate-pleasing bites. Simple yet refreshing! continue reading
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Hugo's On 6 is Best Western Premier Hotel's haven for Mediterranean tapas and mezze.Kick back in this sixth-floor restaurant's cavernous interior or lounge outdoors by the pool, watching the sun sink over both the KL and Petronas Towers. Thrill-seekers can stomach the "callos y chorizo" _ beef tripe in a savory stew of sausages, chickpeas and smoked paprika, stirring memories of meals in Madrid. Hugo's soft-launch menu is limited but nevertheless includes something for everyone. Always nice to nibble on air-dried tuna with Manchego cheese on toast. Free-range chicken in garlic-paprika cream sauce. Not too memorable, but it's worth noting now that Hugo's prices are pleasing: this cost RM16++, on par with, say, La Bodega. Baba Ghanoush, a comfort-food puree of oven-baked aubergine and sesame seed paste. Super-soft potatoes in a tangy tomato-sour cream sauce. Chili Orange Martini and Negroni, executed with flair to spare. All in all, not a bad stop, but many might criticize it for being less than lively. It's not the outlet's fault though, since it's still not on people's radar. Hot night, wind was blowing; unfortunately, neither ripped jeans nor skin was showing. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)