There’s nothing more blissful than spending the weekend with family and friends over the dining table in the company of comfort food (which sometimes include wine and spirits). That’s why weekend champagne brunches have been gaining a rather encouraging popularity with hotel restaurants like Curate in Four Seasons KL, The Library at The Ritz-Carlton KL and W’s Flock offering special themed brunch events to celebrate every occasion possible. And with Father’s Day happening in the middle of June, it will be the perfect excuse to grab everyone in the family for a ‘bubbly’ treat.
Let’s not forget that Hari Raya is also just around the corner — so do make sure you indulge in moderation. We’d suggest you to burn some calories at these spin classes or try the new steel mace workout before eating and drinking yourself silly in the next few days. Scroll down to find out all the dining events in KL you don’t want to miss this month.
Following the success of 2019 Macao Year of Gastronomy, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) continues to promote Macanese cuisine with its recent collaboration with Fat Tea Macanese Restaurant, the first of its kind in Malaysia. Diners will be able to enjoy a slew of traditional Macao cooking alongside some modern interpretations curated by restaurant owners, June Yap and fellow Macanese Chef Susana Batalha. Some of its standout dishes in the menu include polo buns, Piri Piri Chicken, Portuguese Meatloaf and Minchi Rice, as well as the Serradura dessert.
Immerse yourself in a multi-sensorial coffee experience at Nespresso’s latest pop-up in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. Visitors are able to try the full range of Nespresso coffee (all 28 of them) including the latest Barista Creations, freshly poured by expert baristas on-site. For the next three months, there will also be all sorts of exciting activities and tastings in the glasshouse setting; so if you’re thinking of getting a coffee machine, here’s your chance to have yourself convinced.
Show your dad how much you love him with a sumptuous Father’s Day Feast Lunch at Saint Pierre, the elegant French restaurant at the W Kuala Lumpur. And appropriately for everyone on this very significant Sunday, lunch is served family-style – even if the dishes are prepared in the classic French tradition of Fête des Pères. Chef Kim de Dood and his kitchen team have designed an enticing menu combining delicate seafood with robust meat, all meant for sharing. Start with freshly shucked oysters before moving on to the 48-hour Slow Roasted Beef Striploin and the Roasted Rack of Lamb with Bone Marrow that’s perfumed with a touch of mustard and thyme. For desserts, it’s a choice between Chocolate and Whisky, or Coffee and Cream.
The House of Martell and Babe by Jeff Ramsey is presenting a special two-day event featuring a series of four experiential cocktails and nine courses of tapas centred around interactive sensorial experimentation. Guests will enjoy specialty concoctions using Martell VSOP Aged in Red Barrels as Chef Jeff Ramsey himself walks you through the Martell Trunk comprising different gastronomic tastings and curiosities involving all senses. The Wonderarium menu focuses on the flavour of umami and smoke with outstanding dishes like Kurozato Braised Short Ribs, Unagi Terrine and Dashi Infused Hiyashi Tomato.
The Westin KL is inviting you to celebrate Father’s Day as the hotel has put together an all-day feast at all of its restaurants. Start with Sunday Brunch at Prego with an assortment of authentic Italian cooking prepared by Italian Chef Marco and is team. While you’re at it, enjoy free flow of wine and special cocktails at a great price.
If it’s not brunch, take your dad out for afternoon tea at The Living Room and savour a slew of sweet and savoury dishes including the Pink Pepper Macadamia Australian Sirloin Beef, Grilled Tuscan Vegetables and freshly baked scones serve with cream and preserves.
But if your father is the ‘traditional’ type, gather the family at Five Sen5es for the good old Chinese-style round-table dinner. At RM128 nett per person, diners will enjoy delicious Chinese cooking such as Steamed Herbal Chicken Wrapped with Lotus Leaf and Steamed Garoupa Country Style. All fathers will also receive a complimentary glass of wine or beer, as well as a specialty chocolate cigar on this special day.
Sheraton Imperial KL is treating all dads on Father’s Day with a special dining experience. Choose between an authentic Father’s Day Italian Mamma Mia Lunch, a scrumptious dim sum buffet at Celestial Court or a luxurious spread of international and local cuisine at the Essence Restaurant. We’d vote for Celestial Court for its famous Peking duck and specialty dumplings. Here’s the good news; for every three paying family members, the dad gets to eat for free and get something special from each restaurant.
This June, Nobu Kuala Lumpur will be introducing a special weekday Omakase menu that celebrates the restaurant’s extensive repertoire of ‘Nobu-style’ food – the cooking style created by world-renowned Chef Nobu Matsuhisa which is guided by Japanese-Peruvian flavours and ingredients. Celebrate the gift of summer and treat yourself to an indulgent, 5-course dining experience, available only on weekdays, from Monday to Thursday.
Savour an exquisite spread of signature roasts on trolleys, fresh seafood (grilled and served chilled), an assortment of both hot and cold appetisers, as well as decadent desserts at Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur. Taking place every Sunday at The Library, guests will be able to enjoy a celebration of food and camaraderie accompanied by free flow of wine and Prosecco for the entire three hours. Especially for Father’s Day, Ritz-Carlton will gift dads an exclusive chocolate cigar when they dine at The Library.
Experience the first-ever La Maison Rémy Martin in Southeast Asia right here in Kuala Lumpur. The exclusive by-invitation-only pop-up event will take you on a heritage journey into Cognac with various interactive showcase, workshops, masterclasses and tasting sessions. There will be special craft cocktails for you to try, especially those concocted by the best bars in town. There’s no payment required, and all you need to do is to click on the link below and register.
Le Meridien KL’s all-day dining restaurant, Latest Recipe welcomes guest chefs from Le Meridien Phuket Beach Resort for a specially curated Thai feast. Explore the best flavours of Thai cuisine with a variety of Southern and Northern dishes from Tom Kha Ghai to Braised Beef Cheek in Massamam Curry, Haw Mok Thalay (Seafood Curry Souffle) to the classic Pad Thai.