It's no April Fool's joke: EEST at The Westin changed its name on April 1 to Five Sen5es (pronounced 'Five Senses,' of course), completing its transformation into a Chinese restaurant.
Say farewell to EEST's Pan-Asian offerings of pomelo salads, sashimi & beef cheek rendang; bid hello to porky Oriental pleasures such as thousand-layer pig ears. We're so ready for this jelly!
Charcoal-roasted ribs, juicy & smoky-savory. What more could a carnivorous customer want? Carb-lovers, munch on the crispy-fluffy flower buns & dunk them in the sweet sauce.
Smoked pork bacon, waxed meat & salted fish. Moreish, especially with rice.
Guangzhou-style double-steamed pork belly with preserved veggies. Recipes like this are what give Chinese cooking a good name.
Intriguing ice creams, ginger & Mandarin orange-flavored. Really refreshing.
Wine doesn't come cheap here (sigh!). Must fork out at least RM150++ per bottle.
Westin Hotel, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur.