Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Reunion @ Bangsar Village


Reunion bears little resemblance to the typical KL Chinese restaurant, but even traditionalists should be won over by its beauty.



There's a palpable sense of mystique and mystery here.


The hall for large groups is less intimate but still looks terrific.


Roast meat combo of duck, char siew and siew yoke. The duck was especially spectacular, offering all the taste and texture that we love in this fowl.



Prawns in butter and milk with sweet corn. Eat while it's piping hot!


Steamed tofu. Luxuriously soft with mushroom slices encased within.



Spinach in superior stock. The "healthy" segment of our meal.



Hokkien Mee. A huge portion for only two of us, but amazingly, we finished nearly all of it. Packed with crispy pork lard, liver and prawns, it blended really well with the sambal.



Wolf Blass White Label Cabernet Merlot.



Reunion, 
Bangsar Village.
Tel: 2287-3770

3 comments:

  1. OMIGOSH, that is a LOT of food for TWO! salute.
    "There's a palpable sense of mystique and mystery here." = weird lighting!!!

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  2. everyone seems to b ordering their hokkien mee here...

    got to try it d la..cant believe its that good!

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  3. fbb: hungry ler. :D
    joe: i'm actually not a hokkien mee fan, but ordered it coz so many others raved about it!

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