03-7954 9000
Opening Hours
16:00 - 02:00
Mon - Sat
16:00 - 02:00
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Accepts reservations
Alcohol served
Live music
Open Till Late
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Signature Dishes
Golden Sands Fried Spare Ribs Crispy Rocket Salad Crispy Salted Egg Yolk Prawn Grilled Beef Skewer Hakka Style Ginger Duck Lam Yu Fried Pork Belly
Review (2)
Level4 2015-10-22
Located at one of Petaling Jaya’s chic entertainment and dining pulse, The School at Jaya One, is where The Scot’s is, offering whisky connoisseurs as well as food aficionados a diverse selection of scotch whiskies and scrumptious cuisine to match their remarkable expectations. A dedicated bar, adjacent to the entrance of The Scot’s, offers an amiable setting for cocktails and pre-dinner drinks. It is the place where fond memories of the past are shared and new friendships are formed.Specializing in 122 types of single malt and blended whiskies as well as featuring a wide range of international wines and imported premium beers, The Scot’s brilliantly complements these drinks with an exceptional food menu alongside chef special tapas menu for those looking for some light bites to accompany their dining and wining moment.Step into The Scot’s and your gaze will fall upon its impressive interior; the dark wooden flooring paves the way for patrons while the old brick wall effect and designer lights beckon you to immerse yourself in the warmth of this place. Ah, they do cater for more opulence enclave should you have wider budget in mind for their 2 different themed VIP rooms.Its interior provides a warm and inviting sight for weary eyes. The Scot’s contemporary take on a whisky bar creates an atmosphere of ease for patrons to feel unperturbed and ready to indulge.THE SCOT’S SALTED EGG YOLK SQUID (MYR 34)Deep fried squid with salted egg yolk and served with meculin salad.Each squid ring is very crisply chewy and deliciously coated with the salted egg batter that tastes really good in fact. It gets so additive that they are gone within seconds and certainly, one of the recommended dish to try here.BACON ONION RING (MYR 15)Deep fried bacon onion ring served with chilli garlic sauce and meculin saladAnother appetizer that resembles my previous cerviche experience.BACON FRIED RICE (MYR 28)Fried rice served with bacon and prawn. A marriage of Western-Eastern fusion, the rice is woofed up with the right ‘wok hei’ and each grain of rice is fluffily flavoured, furthered enhance by the bacon savory with the juicy huge prawn.PORK CORDON BLEU (MYR 38)Crispy pork roulade stuffed with cheese and ham, served with Japanese java curry sauce accompanied with mashed potato and asparagus.A familiar sight for those who enjoy cheese and ham, this cordon blue takes a fresher twist by using pork instead of the usual chicken or fish. Love the crunchy crunch of the asparagus but would be better if the meat is moister and perhaps, a little more helping of cheese gravy would be helpful.DRAGON VERMICELLI (MYR 34)Glass noodle served with river prawn. Strings of slurp-worthy glass noodles delectably dished up with the saporous sauce, accompanied by springy prawns which are really fresh I must say.Now we have charcoal grill skewer, some pretty decent alternative to our recent yakitori feast from Gyu-Kaku yeah? (=SQUID HEART SKEWER (MYR 22- 3 sticks)The cutlets of squids are indeed beautifully skewered and glazed with special sauce. PORK BELLY WITH LEEK SKEWER (MYR 24)A rather more luscious and gratifying grubs, this pork belly is perfectly grilled to perfection to achieve the right tenderness for the supreme succulence, Adequately smothered with caramelized sauce for some sweetness that indirectly reminds me of enjoying char siew too. Thumbs up!What’s best to wrap up the fabulous fête other than white wine, coupled with some crystal-clear premium sky juice; from refreshing citrus beverages to a tough rival of theusual stout?Tennents Stout (MYR 42/pint)This Scotland stout boasts a much smoother running in the palate, compared to the mass.Chateau Michel Lynch Blanc (MYR 42/glass, MYR 198/bottle)Very pale colour with silver glints, heady nose of white flowers, highlighted with notes of pink grapefruit and pineapple on agitation. The mouth is rich and fresh possessing a fine aromatic finish on toasted almonds and orange peelS.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna are well known as the fine dining waters on tables worldwide, both in elegant restaurants and at home and widely appreciated by the leading figures of the culinary scene. These two historical Italian classics are highly appreciated due to their appealing values and their elegant balance of taste.Acqua Panna (MYR 15- 500ml)Still Natural Mineral Water that is limpid and luminous, and comes without any effervescence or odour.Or more popularly known as still water of fine dining, Acqua Panna is as light as a feather to the taste, pleasantly soft and velvety on the palate. It also makes an ideal palate cleanser in between meals when preparing to savour wine sensuously. Essentially, it helps to enhance even the most delicate flavours,San Pellegrino (MYR 15- 500ml)Sparkling Natural Mineral Water that helps to brings out the best in the tastiest dishes and aroma, and in this case, our white wine. San Pellegrino whets the taste bud with reasonably fine bubbles to stimulate the tingling freshnessRefreshing sparkling fruit juices (MYR 12-200ml)Arancianta Rosso (Red Orange)Mandarino (Mandarin Orange)Limonata (Lemon)Pompelmo (Grapefruit)Chinotto (Bitter-Citrus)Or may be just a homey warm drink to rejuvenate you like the Hot lemon Tea (MYR 15). Concocted with original taste that will amuse you palatably with its tangy citrusy and lemony aroma. Moreover, make your way over to the imported leather lounge chairs for a restful moment, as you admire the magnificent floor-to-ceiling glass whiskies and wine display credenza showcasing The Scot’s finest brands. One can choose to dine in this stylish area that strikes a balance between extravagance and solace.The Scot’s striking VIP rooms, which are sponsored by its top two whisky brands, The Dalmore and The Balvenie, also enable patrons to host conferences or intimate parties in larger numbers from time to time. Therefore,remember to give this place a check soon for another fruitful epicurean discovery.Cheers for now and Carpe Diem! ❤ℒℴѵℯ❤The Dalmore- boasts a more formal occasion, suitable for business discussion or any potential business collaboration.The Balvenie- personal choice of ambiance, decently spacious for more intimate camaraderie.Location: 50-G Block D,Jaya One,No.72A , Jalan Universiti, Seksyen 13, 46200 Petaling JayaContact: +603 7954 9000Opening Hours: Mon – Sat (4pm – 2am)Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Scots-at-Jaya-One/142407309211572 continue reading
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Level4 2012-11-01
One of the more sedate watering holes at Jaya One. Battered fish & calamari. Food isn't the focus at this outlet, so there's little of interest. Spaghetti carbonara. Meant to fill bellies, not titillate taste buds. Booze-lovers, however, should have few complaints with the range of whiskies and beer. Balvenie single barrel (15-year-old) & Erdinger Weissbier Dunkel. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)