Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Cincin @ Cheras

If you think that tacos with wine have a nice ring to them, Cincin could be a worthwhile stop in Cheras, marrying a meal of tortillas stuffed with teriyaki pork belly (RM12) or curry salt-seasoned white fish with tomato salsa & yogurt dressing (RM11) with a pleasant Spanish house pour (RM18 by the glass). Both the food & wine selections are diverse enough for a complete meal - folks can order everything from baked chicken wings & braised beef short ribs to partner with, say, Portuguese wines.

Cincin
1, Jalan 1/119, Taman Bukit Hijau, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur. Daily, 11am-1pm. Tel: 03-9134-2272

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4 comments:

  1. Cincin in Chinese means very quiet, sort of lonely. Love your play with words...ring...marrying...

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    1. Suituapui: heheh, thanks ;) ooo, I didn't know that about the Chinese meaning :)

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  2. Are these tortillas the crispy kind? Other than cincin meaning ring in Malay, the only other time I've heard the word used is in a toast (from food shows)! ;)

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    1. Contact.ewew: the texture is somewhere in between the soft sort and the crunchy tortillas ... personally i prefer soft tortillas :)

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