Carnivores can have a field day at Meat Point, a proudly halal steak-serving outlet.
Meat Point uses beef from Australian cows raised at a Kuala Kangsar farm; choose your cut from the chiller and it'll be cooked for you within several minutes.
Go for grass-fed: rib-eye, RM42 for nearly 300 grams. Sure, it's not the most incredible steak in town, but for this price, it's probably on par with, say, Las Vacas.
Bone-in lamb loin, RM42 for 300 grams. And before anyone asks, nope, this friendly, efficiently run outlet has no ties to Meatworks.
Roast beef bacon rolls with asparagus (RM9.90). Can you say addictive? Oh yeah.
Lamb sausages (RM7.90), juicy and savory enough to keep us contented.
Fish is meat too, right? Meat Point's salmon is OK, soaked in a creamy sauce that might have served to mask some of the fish's shortcomings.
All in all, not a bad stop, particularly for Muslim beef buffs. Here's wishing Meat Point luck.
62, Jalan Burhanuddin Helmi, Taman Tun Dr Ismail.
Open daily, all day long.