Feeling anaemic? Want to eat the Best Steak in Kuala Lumpur?
During the month of April, Prime introduced for the first time, the Wagyu thick skirt steak. What this means is now, more people can enjoy the great quality of a Wagyu steak without paying exorbitant prices. This humongous steak is priced at approximately RM 100 only for 220 grams, a great price for an excellent hunk of red meat. Did I mention it’s Wagyu?!
Apparently people rarely get to eat this cut of beef, because in general it is coveted by butchers and chefs themselves. (i.e. the butchers grab the good stuff before it has a chance to arrive on the table). How would I describe this cut of meat? Well, stronger tasting, but truly, a MAN’S steak. No pussyfooting around this one. Texture wise – slightly tougher than the regular Wagyu but still an incredibly soft and succulent cut of meat. The price really takes the cake.
At Prime, the steak is served with diced shallots fondue and butter poached crispy Idaho potatoes, topped with a homemade BBQ sauce.
At the moment this promotion is no longer on, but due to such an amazing response, the Chef is considering adding it to the ala carte menu.
Just for comparisons sake, we actually had the regular gourmet Wagyu to see if we could tell the difference in quality.
The Certified Wagyu steak available are Australian Certified Wagyu Beef/Kobe styled (Marbling score of 6 and above). The cuts are the Sirloin 340 gram steak for RM 340 ++; the Ribeye RM 360 ++ and the Centre cut filet mignon RM 430 ++.
The Ribeye was delicious! Totally amazing and of course it was more refined in texture than the Skirt Steak. However, flavor wise, it was hard to fault the Skirt. It tasted just the same, and for that price I will definitely keep coming back for the Skirt Steak. Hmmm , this just means I have to wait for the Chef to introduce it to the Ala Carte menu again.. soon hopefully!
We also had the pleasure of trying THE WAGYU PRIME RIB served with Idaho steak fries potato, wild forest mushroom fricassée and light black summer truffle. Priced at approximately RM480 per kg it was also a gorgeous hunk of “prime” meat.
Make no mistake, you are paying top dollar for only the finest.
Apart from that, what I also like about dining at Prime, is that they have approximately 350 different varieties of wines from all over the world offered at the Sommelier’s table. That’s just crazy!
What can I say. Prime. A great place to splurge on a meat eater’s meal. Highly recommended.
Thank you Cheryl Lum for inviting me, Cravings Joe and A lil Fat Monkey to dine! She says it’s just for catching up , But I could not pass up the chance to blog this place because it’s just too fine to ignore;)
Prime also bakes their own bread.
This is served at the restaurant and is also available for take-away.Add: Prime, Le Meridien, 2 Jalan Stesen Sentral KL Sentral Kuala Lumpur 50470
Phone: (60)(3) 2263 7888 GPS: 3.135631,101.686476 Google Maps