Tuesday, July 16, 2019

The Sultanate, Ampang Road

The Sultanate specialises in a distinctive diversity of Russian and Mongolian cuisine, plus a splash of Middle Eastern fare. Traditional broths might be the ideal introduction - Solyanka is the soul-warming, spicy-sour Russian soup, robust with smoked beef sausage slices, pickled cucumbers, olives and tomatoes (RM25), while the Guriltai Shol offers a taste of Ulaan Baatar, made textured with handmade noodles and lamb (RM32). The rest of the menu is peppered with everything from blinis (Soviet-style pancakes) to khorkhog (Mongolia's classic barbecue).

The Sultanate is an independently run restaurant tucked inside Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel.

The Sultanate
Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur. Daily, 12pm-12am. Tel: 013-425-6892

This post first appeared on eatdrinkkl.com

4 comments:

  1. Do they have sultans in Russia and Mongolia? LOL!!!

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    1. Suituapui: they used to in mongolia, centuries ago! :D

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  2. Russian & Mongolian? Now I can get a taste of what Genghis eats? :D

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    1. KY: the 20th-century versions of what he ate! :D

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