Sunday, November 12, 2017

N97 Bangsar

Steakhouse staples, served with style to burn: Bangsar's explosively popular new restaurant does justice to a smorgasbord of crowd-pleasing specialities.

First, order a couple of cauliflower-loving starters - a creamy roasted cauliflower soup, given an extra depth of flavour by a blue cheese crumble and herbed garlic biscotti (RM39), and seared Hokkaido scallops with cauliflower parmesan puree and garlic chips (RM58).

The hardworking kitchen keeps the hits coming, showcasing its skills with elaborate offerings like an oven-baked chicken roulade, stuffed with spinach, turkey ham, sharp cheddar cheese and roasted pumpkin puree (RM55), and a crusty tenderloin steak with buttered asparagus and truffle cream (RM139). Our best bet for a sweet finish is the white chocolate molten cake with strawberry basil compote (RM39).

N97's tomahawk steaks (available in wagyu and Angus variants) are the hottest tickets here, but as of early this month, the restaurant had not begun accepting credit cards, so customers had to bring anywhere between RM350 to RM828++ in cash for the long-bone rib steak. Boston lobsters clock in at RM50 per 100 grams.

Service is helpful and friendly.

N97
9, Lorong Kurau, Taman Bukit Pantai, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur. Open Tues-Sun, 11am-3pm, 6pm-12am. Tel: +603-2858-3641



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9 comments:

  1. N97 Bangsar sounds like a constituency in the general election. Your dessert looks really good.

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    1. Suituapui: it does indeed ;)

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  2. There are lots of new entrants to the food scene in Bangsar, I see. No credit card? Those who patronise this place must be cash-rich then (you included)...hehehe! ;D I mus say the wonderful searing on the scallops is spot on.

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    1. Contact.ewew: the chefs here are talented ;) heh, we almost ran out of cash here - and we couldn't order the tomahawk cos we hadn't brought enough cash for that! :)

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  3. No accepting credit cards would pose an inconvenience to customers. I won't be too keen to carry so much cash with me!

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    1. Phong Hong: that's true - fortunately, they're definitely working on it, and i think they should be able to accept cards very soon :)

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  4. That would an amazing and recommended restaurants out there to visit.
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  5. I thought this was a review of the restaurant. But all this is is a bunch of pictures with a description of the food. Not understanding the whole concept of this site

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