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03-6201 6800
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 23:00
Payment Method
Cash
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Accepts reservations
BYO
Pork-free
Signature Dishes
Citrus-Ginger Mojito Lamb Shank Smoked Duck Pizza Strawberry-Basil Caipiroska The Hake Fillet Tiramisu
Review (15)
Level4 2013-12-31
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Mushroom soup was made with real mushrooms instead of coming out of a can, so that's good. Quite creamy too, because they added cream into it.Spaghetti was quite plain, with a bit of tomato sauce, but the sauce for tart and thick. Pretty decent overall. continue reading
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I decided to check out an Italian restaurant, Silver Spoon, for dinner as we have both not dined there before.Plus, some fancy Italian delights sounds good! More often than not, the four of us always opt for alfresco dining, so a nice table right out front was booked for us. Thus, I took the chance to explore more of Silver Spoon to check out its lovely interior. devilTo my right, there was a rather elaborate bar, counter and a cake display below.I liked how neatly they exhibited their bottles of alcoholic beverages and wine glasses.They seem to complement the chandeliers above, which looked like glasses themselves!As I walked in further, there was an wall almost entirely dedicated to their bottle display shelfand huge flat screen TVs adjacent to the dining area.To my left, there were more dining tables, catered to fit a bigger number of patrons.To the left of the entrance, were even bigger tables for maximum capacity! Group dining would be a breeze.Did you know that their chandeliers are made of actual silver spoons itself?Hence the name of the restaurant.Let's get on to the food shall we?We didn't have to wait long before the first dish came. The rest all came consecutively – all at one go!Roasted Pumpkin SoupIt was made with oven-roasted pumpkin puree blended with vegetable stock, with croutons on top.I didn't quite fancy the rather oily, cream based on top of my soup, although aesthetically, the design was pretty creative, forming a beautiful presentation for a soup dish. yesIt tasted wonderful, made with just the right consistency of a perfect pumpkin soup!Caesar SaladThis is one unique Caesar Salad, that's for sure! Instead of the regular ingredients like chicken strips and regular hardboiled eggs. tandoori chicken chunks and hardboiled quail eggs were used. yes Delicious!Apart from that interesting twist, it came, typically, with baby romaine lettuce, caesar dressing, croutons and parmesan cheese.Stuffed Portobello MushroomsThese were fantastic! The mushrooms were so soft and juicy, bursting with even more goodness of herbed mushrooms stuffed inside. Very flavourful, though I was expecting more stuffings than just mushroom inside. Either minced meat, bacon bits, sauteed onions or capsicums would be a nice addition to the stuffings inside the mushroom caps. But I guess this works as well.Norweigian Salmon FilletThe risotto was made with squid ink, hence the blackened colour.I loved how thick the flesh of the salmon was, and it was grilled to perfection too. Soft on the inside and slightly crisp on the outside. The spinach was a nice touch to balance the meal.Chicken Tandoori PizzaThis thin-crust pizza was very well made and crunchy with each bite!The mint sauce yoghurt goes very well when paired with the tandoori chicken – pretty sure the Indians would approve! It also had mayo underneath, tomatoes and onion rings, decorated sparsely with mint leaves.Braised Lamb ShankI couldn't find a single flaw in this dish. It tasted too good, tender and tasty, exceeding my expectations!It is rather balanced a meal with a generous helping of vegetable sides too.From their array of cakes, I chose their Molten Lava chocolate cake.Molten Lava Chocolate Cake. Had a lovely time in a wonderful, cosy and quiet environment! continue reading
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这一款Liguine Carbonara with Grilled Portobello Mushroom & Poached Egg很好吃。非常喜欢他的味道。意大利面的口感很好,煮得刚刚好,配上他们creamy的酱汁,和大量的蘑菇和火腿。还有一颗蛋,吃起来是非常令人满足的。 continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-06
190 views
We are Malaysian sure most of us don't know that to have a proper meal at an Italian Restaurant first of all you must start with a starter.As i don't know how to order the waitress had recommended us this dish - sorry i can't remember what is the name of the dish but i'm sure that this is a starter course.It is actually some bread toasted with garlic and come along with some sweet and sour sauce. I quite nice to eat but remember do not eat too much or you wont be able to finish you main course continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-08
133 views
Silverspoon lands themselves at the perfect spot in Publika right at the open area. And with both the indoor space and the outdoor dining ambience, they manage to keep new customers curious and old ones returning for more. Celebrating Siew Wei’s birthday this year at the Silverspoon, we indulged in the Chicken Liver Pate served with toasted bread at RM12 and the Baked Escargot at RM 26. Those exquisite French Snails, baked in garlic herbs butter and served with toasted bread is least impressive than the first.The Creamy Wild Mushroom Soup and Roasted Pumpkin Soup sells at RM 15 and RM 10 respectively. The trio of wild mushroom, puree, blended in vegetable stock as well as the oven roasted pumpkin puree, blended in vegetable stock.TThe Caesar Salad (RM18) is charmingly served with crisp baby romaine and Caesar dressing, topped with tandoori chicken, parmesan cheese and the lovely quail egg.Main course showcase the Italian Western culinary skills and we had the Millefeuille of Chicken al Parmagiana at RM 38. Generous crumbed chicken fillet, served with layer of turkey ham, aubergine and mozzarella cheese on the bed of broken potatoes. I thought it looked much prettier at invited reviews.Followed by the Linguine Alfredo where there is the creamy pasta, cooked with turkey toast, grilled Portobello mushroom and poached egg topping for RM 26. Apart from the beautifully poached egg, the flavour of the creamy pasta was slightly bland.Heavier course of Braised Lamb Shank sells at RM 45 and served with silky garlic potato mash and sautéed snow peas. Lamb was not soft and succulently moist while it also lacked artistic culinary skills.Remember to call for reservation on public holidays if you want a firm seat. continue reading
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