Monday, October 8, 2018

Buena Brasa, Bangsar South

Basic Spanish fare, competently executed: Start with the seafood-based tapas - Buena Brasa's octopus with potato confit and aioli is possibly the most delicious dish offered here (RM38), while the fried calamari is perfect for patrons who relish crisply battered snacks (RM29). The charcoal-barbecued iberico pork ribs could be more tender and convey cleaner flavours, but they come in a satisfyingly substantial serving for RM55. 

Round out your meal with comfort carbs - crunchy crystal bread topped with tomatoes and olive oil (RM12) and steaming-hot potatoes with romesco (RM14), washed down with a Tempranillo (RM25 by the glass). The menu remained limited when we visited, but a more extensive range, potentially including paella, should be available by now or very soon.

Buena Brasa
G9 &G10, The Sphere, Bangsar South, 59200 Kuala Lumpur. Tel: 03-2770-3520

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10 comments:

  1. Could be better? The ribs sure look great, I must say.

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    1. Suituapui: it was a good sharing portion for the price :)

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  2. Where's the Paella? Hehe :P
    I like the green scenery outdoor~

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    1. Choi Yen: hehe, paella should be on the menu soon :)

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  3. Today i learned what's romesco!

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    1. KY: you've probably eaten it a few times before at the spanish outlets around town! :)

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  4. The place is beautiful indeed...reminded me a bit of Raft except their leather sofas are red. ^_~ I have to say when I first saw the ribs, they didn't look at all enticing (missing that nice char!)...and then you confirmed my suspicion. Hmmm, bread with tomatoes and cubed potatoes...really? I think I need a bit more creativity...heheh! ;)

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    1. Contact.ewew: ooo, you're right, there is a bit of a raft-ish ambiance :) heheh, well, the bread and potatoes are pretty authentic spanish snacks, but yeah, hopefully their finalised menu will offer much more :)

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  5. Ooohh.... I know I would love the food! The Iberico ribs are calling out to me. LOL!

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    1. Phong Hong: when ribs call, our tummies need to answer! :D

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