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Telephone
03-2263 7434
Good For
Business Dining
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 23:00
Mon - Fri
12:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 23:00
Sat - Sun
18:30 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Number of Seats
100
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Alcohol served
Pork-free
VIP room
Restaurant Website
http://www.lemeridienkualalumpur.com/dining
Signature Dishes
Black Angus Rib Eye Steak Braised Lamb Shank Caesar Salad Charcoal Grilled Australian Portobello Mushrooms Seared Sea Scallops
Review (23)
Level4 2013-11-27
232 views
Would you pay RM120 for a burger, before tax and service charge, if it weren't made of gold? Well, that's exactly what this is. I decided I couldn't just go on in life without trying this mammoth of a burger out.Standing at about 300g, this burger is only about 1.5x the size of a standard restaurant-size burger. The beef is wagyu beef, and was extremely tender and juicy. Flavour-wise, it was not particularly tastier than other burgers. I mean, at this price, one would have elevated expectations.It's served with foie gras, so it's got that going for it. The foie gras was very nicely done, and balanced against the beef very well. So soft, it's like a paste.Verdict? Very good, but just not worth more than 5x the price of a normal burger. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-21
103 views
这里的前菜是非常不错的开胃菜,一口尝下去,嘴边的干贝已经散发出煎香的美味浪潮,清新的蔬菜再配搭煎肉香味,是一道轻松无负担的前菜,味道清清地感觉十分好,真是一道非常完美的享受。 continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-06
32 views
Prime Steak Restaurant is another good western food to try on here and the price is slighty ok for me. the steak is delicious with the black pepper sauce which i like the spice the most. to find nice quality of steaks here, have lamb, rib eye, beef and chicken type of meat here. the lam steak i try is good, with steam broccoli and also the corn making this a complete meal. continue reading
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Level4 2012-11-19
73 views
Prime's monthly promotion for February borrows recipes for super-hearty steak sandwiches and burgers from several reputable U.S. restaurants. Our initial aim had been to check out ALL those carb-laden choices, but man cannot live on so much tummy-bursting bread, especially when there are other temptations, such as the Wagyu beef cheeks in Malay rendang with Thai papaya salad & French potato galette.Taking fusion recipes to creative new heights, this proved to be strangely scrumptious; instead of overwhelming the meat, the not-too-spicy rendang's rich coconut creaminess made it taste even more tender and flavourful. Proving that there's no such thing as too much beef, the two of us also polished off 300 grams of grain-fed Australian prime rib. A massive slab of slow-roasted meat, every juicy, bloody bite of it a carnivore's delight. Cow-abunga indeed! Broccolini and truffle mashed potatoes, with Bearnaise and cracked peppercorn sauces. Probably the only items that night that we couldn't finish. Chocolate mud pie. A few floors up from here, Favola serves my favorite tiramisu, but Prime dishes out the best mud pie ever. Gooey ecstasy, made of the ideal kind of ice cream _ refreshingly chilly without being all hard and frozen. Tiramisu. Also exemplary; it might have been laced with Sambuca, since we hinted that we'd prefer alcoholic tiramisu instead of the outlet's usual strictly halal preparation. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-28
75 views
Unfortunately, I do not recall which part of the cow this is but it is a medium cooked/medium rare steak with pickled salad and cheese on the side. The portion of the dish is not huge but paired with some side orders, it is enough to fill your tummy. The steak itself was not overcooked nor too raw. The inside was still juicy, a little salty and with a slight hint of the blood. The Wagyu tasted much better than this though. continue reading
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