Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Aziamendi 88 Updates: Lunch & New Dinner Entries

Six more weeks remain for customers to enjoy Aziamendi 88, the pop-up restaurant that has taken Mandarin Oriental KL by storm since July, showcasing masterworks created by Basque chef Eneko Atxa.

For those seeking a convenient introduction to the Aziamendi 88 experience, try the five-course lunch, which is perfect particularly for patrons who work around KLCC, since you can comfortably enjoy the entire five courses within one hour.


Patrons with more time to spare should check out the eight-course lunch or dinner, or the 12-course dinner - it's worth noting that even if you've already visited Aziamendi 88, a second visit could be considered, since the menu has evolved to feature new temptations such as fried black cod with red pepper jus & parsley emulsion, slow-cooked Wagyu beef cheek with grilled sweet potatoes & red radishes, as well as tantalising new desserts.


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10 comments:

  1. Bet that is going to be so very exclusive. Every dish looks so elegant.

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    1. Suituapui: elegant is definitely the word for the meal here :)

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  2. The presentations take a lot of time and patience, and they are lovely!

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    1. Linda: yes, meticulously and artfully plated! :)

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  3. Even the basic 5-course lunch menu already cost RM198 per person (discounting vegetarian menu)... Will definitely put a dent in the wallet:(

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    1. Leo: ya, it definitely goes beyond the ordinary lunch budget!

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  4. Food looks pretty and elegant, I'm still thinking...... :P

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    1. CK: you have another six weeks! :D

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  5. Is Chef Eneko himself cooking at Aziamendi 88? Or he's not in KL at all. I was told that he was only here in the 1st 2 weeks. His presence will be the deciding factor.

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    1. Baby K: chef eneko is expected to return to the restaurant sometime in October, but you'll have to call the hotel to confirm the exact dates

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