Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Chinoz on the Park @ KLCC

KLCC sometimes seems like a culinary wasteland for those seeking great food, but Chinoz is one of the outlets here that can provide relief.

Scallop crudos and avocado with hazelnut oil dressing and sea salt. A sublime, succulent spread _ perfect for whetting the appetite.

Freshly shucked oysters with citron vodka granita. Not especially exciting.

Black Spider Roe Maki (soft shell crab, tobiko and habanero chilli). A nice presentation of well-prepared ingredients, but the taste was strange. Imagine eating a maki with chilli sauce.

Basil tomato gnocchi with mozzarella, cherry tomatoes and aragula. Not as light and fluffy as we would have preferred, but still tasty and filling.

Slow-cooked beef short ribs with garden veggies. Very tender meat in what appeared to be a healthy recipe with surprisingly scrumptious vegetables.

Bling Bling (tequila, pineapple, basil, apple juice & lime) and Bloody Mary.

Red Or Dead (southern comfort, campari, lime, cranberry juice) and Whiskey Squirt (bourbon whiskey, peach, Grand Marnier, soda).


Chinoz on the Park,
Suria KLCC.
Tel: 2166-8277
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6 comments:

  1. expensive is my only comment but the food is decent of course..

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  2. yeah, whenever I have to dine at KLCC, (which is quite often!), I have no where to eat also. Gnocchi looks very heavy and stodgy though, while the scallop crudo looks heavenly.

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  3. joe: true, but if we order wisely, we can actually keep the bill reasonably low...
    boo: i think santini is also pretty good, but not as comfy as chinoz...

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  4. I agree with Joe...with prices like that, I might end up having to washing the dishes if I'm not careful! =P

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  5. They have a pretty decent lunch deal... I think it's RM38++; food's still good, serving's a tad sparse though. What's up with KLCC?? They desperately need to do an F&B overhaul!

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  6. bangsar-babe: no worries, there are lots of ATMs at klcc! :D
    550ml: hmmm, RM38++ sounds like an OK deal if you can get at least two courses and coffee...

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