Spanish (Spain) Restaurants in Malaysia – 26 Restaurants
Spanish rice cooked with squid ink, squids and tiger prawn was quite a try, my first time but will never be the last. Nice flavors I have to say
Nava Krishnan posted www.nava-k.com 188 ReviewsGood
After a very long time, I tasted Spanish food and it was great experience. especially the Spanish black rice
Introducing Mediteca, the newest stylish restaurant in Kuala Lumpur, where one can taste a hearty bite of Southern Europe, and enjoy a cool and vibrant atmosphere with your friends and family!
annna posted annna.net 230 Reviews
Dinner ended by indulging the beautiful chocolate and passion fruit gateau – rich and creamy chocolate with a hint of fruity and citrusy end. This is the ultimate sweet ending one should have at every end of a meal.
posted crispoflife.blogspot.com 34 Reviews
Round up our dinner with La Piña as our dessert. Extremely crispy version of pineapple pancake, topped with candied pecan, fresh strawberries and mint leaves. Finished with Vanilla ice cream. A delightful dessert commingled of sweet, salt and sour sensation.
Expensive, but taste very authentic. Best spanish place in Malaysia.
summerkid posted www.malaysianflavours.com 550 Reviews
Deep Fried Calamari is a addictive snack which is more than just crunchy with briny sweetness of squid. We ordered one for sharing initially but ended up ordering another two bowls. It is too good to share!
Churros Royale is an evolutionary chain of F&B outlets specializing in the fine art of making Spanish fried fritters with its original Spanish name “Churro”. We are the pioneer churros specialist in Malaysia retail scene. We offer traditional churros and variations that have developed with the Spanish cuisine specialist, and want to share these with our customers in Malaysia.
Kenhuntsfood posted www.kenhuntfood.com 770 Reviews
Not forgetting to mention that the Churros were too oily and I would definitely prefer it to be more crispy and in smaller size.
The interior of this place is modern yet very cozy, it spots a full bar and has seating areas both in and outdoor. The first Spanish cuisine in Seremban is also probably the nicest decorated restaurant at Era Square.