Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Emily's Steakhouse, Faber Imperial Court

Penang-raised restaurateur Emily Chen opened her first steakhouse in the English city of Derby in 2008; nearly a dozen years later, the KL chapter of Emily's Steakhouse promises solid steaks in the city centre, a companion venue to another recently launched outpost in George Town.

Char-grilled beef is the speciality; the Australian Angus rib eye clocks in at RM88 for a 340-gram serving. We ordered ours blue, seared for 30 seconds for extra-rare primal pleasure, smooth and succulent. Steaks come with hearty servings of salad, peas and addictive house-made fries, but it's also worth adding on Emily's flagship onion rings, presented in chunky pyramids.

All in all, a worthwhile spot for steak, featuring fair prices for well-executed food, plus warm, obliging service in a cosy setting that blends a bit of Britain with a modicum of Malaysia for a winning combination.

Emily's Steakhouse
Ground Floor, Faber Imperial Court, Off Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur. Adjacent to Sheraton Imperial Hotel.
Daily, 11am-3pm, 530pm-11pm. Tel: 013-210-6884

This post first appeared on eatdrinkkl.com

10 comments:

  1. Lovely place, throw in some white table linen and fresh flowers and you will have an ideal setting for fine dining.

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    1. Suituapui: casual steakhouses are my favourite kind of steakhouse! :)

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  2. Ooh...the steak in the thoid pic is very rare! Just the way you like it :) I'd really like to have those stacks of onion rings!

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  3. She's from Penang, therefore it must be good, that's the conclusion I made :D

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  4. I've already bookmarked this place beforehand...and I was wondering just when you'll be writing about this place. Seeing that you ordered the steaks blue(!) give me even more confidence about the quality of the steaks here. At that price, it's a steal for such a huge piece (might need to be shared amongst two, ok...maybe 1 1/2...hehe)! ;)

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    1. Contact.ewew: they seem quite serious and capable about the preparation of their steaks here, so ya, i think we can feel confident in ordering anything on the menu - and with so much potatoes on the plate, you're right that the portion is more than plenty for one person! :)

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  5. Steak blue is too rare for me, but if the beef is good quality, I think it should be savoured this way :)

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    1. Choi Yen: heheh, think of it as beef sashimi, i guess ;)

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