Monday, October 26, 2009

Food review @ Teeq Brasserie

Wednesday 14 October 2009

I’ve been a fan of Teeq Brasserie ever since it launched last week so a food review at this poshy outlet was naturally on the cards. Contacted YTL and they graciously agreed to host me for it. Deep was supposed to join in but he malas drive back so I asked Tyng Tyng to come along instead. Photographer Chan came along too.

This is what we ate :

Starters : Tod Muan Pla, Pan-fried sea scallops, Larb Gai

Pla tod gbob 'spicy' - basically fried groupper

Aromatic lamb shank - yummy!

Confit of slow cooked salmon - the best salmon I ever tasted! Perfect!

Confit honey glazed duck

Tiramisu with a twist

Crunchy mixed fruit and passion fruit crumble - absolutely to die for!

Overall, food was very good because Chef Kevin Cape, YTL’s corporate chef, cooked it himself. Portions are small but it’s just nice. Pricing is reasonable for the ambience. The most expensive item on the menu was the grilled grain-fed Australian beef for RM65. Starters are roughly RM20 and mains from RM40 – RM60.

You can pair your food with wines too at a very reasonable price of RM21 for a 15cl glass.

It’s a classy but unpretentious joint where the chef mingles with the guests and makes a point to know you by name. Do try it out, if not for the food, for the classy romantic ambience.

Rafael, Chef Kevin Cape & David Chala

Teeq Brasserie has a seating capacity of 200 guests and offers you a good value three-course meal at approximately RM100. It is open for dinner every evening (except Monday) and also for lunch on Saturday and Sunday. For reservations, please call 03-2782 3555.

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