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Telephone
03-2268 1328
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 14:00
18:00 - 22:30
Mon - Fri
12:00 - 14:00
18:00 - 22:30
Sat
18:00 - 22:30
Sun
Closed
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Air-conditioned
Alcohol served
BYO Details
Restaurant Website
http://www.sagekl.com/
Review (13)
Level4 2013-12-31
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Seafood soup had a lot of stuff inside, most notably large prawns and scallop. The seafood was fresh and really infused its flavours into the soup very well.Steak was small but really juicy and soft. I guess that is to be expected of wagyu grade 9. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-25
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One of KL's most stately restaurants, with a distinctive, head-turning look. The open kitchen offers a fine view of dishes being meticulously concocted. No longer as packed as it used to be; hurray for calm, crowd-free dining! The bread platter here is one of the best in town. Wish we could tar pao. Unagi croquettes. Crisp on the outside, melt-in-your-mouth within. Foie gras with capon (castrated chicken) and red wine reduction. The foie gras was sublime, while the capon lived up to its reputation as a luscious substitute for regular poultry. Linguine with shirauo & bottarga. Interesting combo of tastes and textures. We ordered a couple of items from the Spring Vegetables Menu. Fedelini pasta with nanohana (rapeseed leaves) and anchovies. The sweet, tender veggie reminded us somewhat of asparagus. Risotto with take no ko (bamboo shoots) and wakame. A bit too porridgey. Grant Burge Hillcott Merlot 2007. continue reading
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At Sage, they do not only serve good appetisers and mains. They’re quite innovative in dessert too. I had the Warm Dark Chocolate Fondant with Almond Nougat and Earl Grey Ice Cream when I was here. The outlook of the warm dark chocolate fondant wasn’t very appetising as it looked dry and simple. But, when you crack it open, the warm chocolate just flows out effortlessly and it’s delish with pure dark chocolate. The ice cream tasted good with a hint of tea bitterness to it. I didn’t know the usual tea that I drank would end up in ice cream form. continue reading
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Level2 2012-07-14
40 views
Hey all, I had the privilege to drop by Sage KL a while back ago! For start, just look at the size of those big juicy shrimps!! My first visit to the Sage restaurant and wine bar in Gardens Mid Valley was tastefully rewarding! I literally had food orgasm and it struck my head as I took every little bite of the gorgeous looking food. If you were ever around the vicinity of mid valley city, do drop by and it would certainly make the rest of your day smiling.The ambience of the restaurant has the elegance that not only burst in your taste buds but as well as matches the whole dining experience. The menu served is as if food is a form of expression of art, a combination of the finest ingredients producing the perfect match of mouth-watering cuisine. The meal I had was the set lunch meal, which comprises of a 3-course set. The noodles was springy and chewy in the mouth, compliment by the sauce, which brings out the sweetness of the shrimps. The sauce if I’m not wrong comprises of a light soy sauce taste, bringing out the aroma of the dish, garnished with some herbs. The whole set lunch deal cost RM100nett if not mistaken. The main course is complimented with a warm appetizer as well as a satisfying dessert to end the meal well.Overall its not that sweet and just nice for me. All in all it was all the more satisfying and worth the cents. I would recommend this place for people who seek good food as well as a wonderful environment. It is mostly packed during peak lunch hours as well as dinner times. As Chef Daniel quoted "Food is like a work of art. The plate is my canvas. The ingredients are my paint. The customers are my critique" continue reading
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Level2 2012-01-09
42 views
I'm still remember the first time having lunch at Sage. The moment is unforgettable even until now, the day is raining, sky is cloudy, a blur view from the restaurant, the window is fulled with fog, I'm having a lazy lunch under such cozy and serenity environment, I feel wanna have a sleep there.Heart felt tired, I thinking to have rest for myself, treat myself something nice...foods.The Sage is the best choice for me, I knew.Back to Sage, found that there are some new service crews.The weather is super duper hot as usual, how I wish the sky rain! But it doesn't :-(Quite lucky because the menu of this week matches my taste~~I miss this mocktail, it is very refreshing, especially under such weather.Complimentary Breads with Basil Pesto DipIt changes a little bit, from two kinds of breads into one kind but...it still that delicious! I swallowed one loaf of this, do you believe This is the 1st plate...Not a fans of pasta, this is my choice, of course. Cold and appetite as an appetizer, never disappoints me. The texture is supreme smooth, like a chawanmushi with Lobster, Abalone and Caviar in a single dish!2nd PlateOh, recently I'm VERY VERY HUNGER for breads...I always eating plain French baguette just like that... I had finished the 1st plate before the appetizer arrive, haha...so I'm continue having my delicious, warm, crispy crust breads...The fish is quite flaky and juicy. Nicely prepare and the skin is crispy, releasing nice aroma just arrive in front of me. Found the sauce is quite much, I dipped it with my breads Yeah, before dessert, I finished half of the 3rd plate of bread...really hunger for bread yeaAnother half I have it with the coffee~~The mango is surprisingly sweet, go well with the ice cream. A good ending to a mealCup of coffee, it's life for me. As Paranoid Android mentioned before, the dining ambiance is no longer as good as the past. There are many inconsiderate diners here who thinking this is their home, not even know the "rules" of fine dining restaurant.It is totally pissed that this kind of peoples can't just keep their mouth shut for awhile while having the meal. I'm not really interested what your problems with your clients, the gossips between your colleagues and you...bla bla bla, can you tune down your voice, I'm not really wanna stare at you like that. continue reading
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