Wow! what a big lounge in a learjet, right?
C’mon.. tell us about the wines! Good ah? Suppose to have some unusual wines, single malts and boutique beer selections here…
Next, the Baby Octopus cooked in white wine and waterchestnut.. the hungry wolves..um passengers set on this dish like ravenous creatures of the night. I missed this one but no complaints heard, so it must have been ok. It actually looks a lot like the Japanese dish and to make it more interesting maybe it could do with a little more experimentation in the presentation department..
The Angus Tenderloin, just like the Cod, has to be amongst the better dishes from the bistro. It was well cooked and tasted really good. The reduced Cabernet sauce was a little too over powering (burnt?) and a tad too heavy a serving. I’ve never been a fan of the risotto so there ain’t much I can say about the accompanying mushroom risotto.
Chocolate Cosmos is their popular dessert and definitely sent all of us into the milky way with it’s hot chocolate lava center. This chocolate dessert seems to be getting very popular amongst restaurants and TV food programs. The Cheese Cake lacked the Cheez although the biscuit base was good. The Crème Chautilly was a little too sweet.
Before we knew it, we had to land, ending our culinary aviation trip somewhat abruptly.
Captain, O’ my Captain… when’s our next flight??
Next time we must include a trip to the Duty Free! Our alcohol levels are NIL:P
Tasting Room Wine Bistro
65-1 (above Wine Cellar)Jalan Bangkung,
59100 Kuala Lumpur
tel: +603 2092 4404