Westin Kuala Lumpur,
Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2773 8098
Business Hrs: 6.00pm to 10.30pm,
Monday to Saturday. Closed on Sunday.

SMALL is intimate and Westin Hotel Kuala Lumpur’s Qba is hosting just that with its current Signature Dishes promotion.

The promotion, which is a tie-up with UOB Bank, is only open to UOB card members.

Running from now till Feb 28, the menu is priced at RM168++ for two and offers a set meal comprising salad, main course and dessert.

Westin Kuala Lumpur communications director Carolyn Pereira said the menu was available for a minimum order for two persons and maximum of six persons per cardholder.

“We want to host small groups to keep it intimate. Besides, it is only open to UOB card members. So when a person makes a reservation for the menu, we will check if he is a card member,” she said.

During our recent visit to the restaurant, we were hosted by junior sous chef Wong Soon Yaw.

Refreshing and rejuvenating, the New Spanish Tomato Bread and Green Olive Salad was a good start.

016CEA74C4EB43CCAF72B41605D2B40CSweet tooth: Argentinian Crepes with Dulche De Leche Caramel Ice Cream is a sweet way to end the meal.

Although doused with extra virgin olive oil, the salad was served with plenty of diced Roma tomatoes, parsley, pounded garlic, crunchy croutons and red and green bell pepper cubes.

The main course was the 220g Grilled Master Kobe Oyster Blade served with Confit Grilled Red Onions, Habanero Barbeque Sauce and Taro Shoestring Fritadas.

Wong recommended that the Australian Kobe be done in medium rare as the meat was best eaten that way.

“The shoulder meat is tender and when you have it medium rare, you can taste the texture. It is not chewy either,” he said.

The generous serving goes well with the onions and the Habanero chilli will please those who like it spicy.

Dessert was sweet all the way with the Argentinian Crepes with Dulche De Leche Caramel Ice-Cream.

The crepes were rolled with warm caramel sauce a made a good combination with the ice-cream.

Lastly, coffee or tea is served with Chocolate Cigars as a finish to the meal.

This is the writer’s personal observation and is not an endorsement by StarMetro.

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