French Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur (Kuala Lumpur Wilayah Persekutuan, Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory) – 23 Restaurants
We welcome KL's cultured culinary lovers to come and experience this ravishing residence transformed into an elegant eatery. Maison Francaise, a combination of French fine dine, garden pool lounge and an exclusive Cigar Lounge on the top floor.
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Terrine de Foie Gras au porto RM98. I personally favour a pan seared foie gras over a terrine, but this was choc ful of foie gras, so much so for a brief moment, none of us were sure if it was a pure chunk of foie gras, or indeed a terrine. Melt in the mouth, with that wealth of taste that comes with the lavish use of foie gras.
It’s about dining in modern elegance and tempting your palate with delectable French & Japanese nouvelle all as you gaze at Chef Daniel and his team preparing scrumptious selections in front of you.
Romantic restaurant with good food. The complementary breads are served warm which is great!
the ambiance is very nice with the minimalistic deco, a Zen like environment.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 471 Reviews
Overall, I would highly recommend this restaurant to all of you even though the price would be very expensive. Well, it is a great place for a celebration.
Embark on an enchanting gastronomic journey at Le Midi, where our vibrant and deliciously diverse French/Italian cuisine will awaken your senses and invigorate your palate. Le Midi embodies the warmth and passion of the region from which it draws its creative inspiration, and we invite you to revel in the authentic flavours of the regions in a setting that is inspirational yet comfortable, and fabulous yet familiar. Let us evoke memories of the hustle and bustle of the French fishing port of Marseille when you savour our nourishing bouillabaisse. Imagine yourself relaxing in summer when you sip on our piquant ceviche. At Le Midi, we invite you to be inspired by the exquisite perfection of our signature dishes while enjoying our unparalleled vistas of Kuala Lumpur.
fatboybakes posted fatboyrecipes.blogspot.com 252 Reviews
The eggplant was so delicious, it tasted like bacon, someone commented.
Welcome to Opus, the little bistro at The Bangkok Row with arguably one of the best Italian food in town. We want you to experience the spirit of Italy at Opus and share our passion for good food and wine.
spicysharon posted spicysharon.blogspot.com 315 Reviews
Overall Rating: 7.5/10. Can't say I'm remotely unbiased on the price paid of the dishes ordered. All in all, the dishes was well up to standard but to tag Opus Bistro as one of the best Italian Restaurants in KL, I shall digress.
Soak in the luxurious ambience of Lafite, and enjoy its classic French dishes and excellent collection of wines.
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Beats and Brunch at Lafite is priced at RM499 nett per person, 12noon - 3pm, every FIRST Sunday of the month only... the next one being on 3rd Sept, followed by 1st October, 5th Novemeber and 3rd December. For the drinkers, you'd know that a bottle of Verve retail is already between RM220-RM250, and that's from the shops....Drink any bottle at a 5 star establishment will probably be around RM400...so from that angle, if you love food and bubbly, its a reasonable deal.
YsquareC posted ysquarec.blogspot.com 40 ReviewsSuperb
In this festive season, Delifrance offers Christmas catering ranging fro RM 28 per pax to RM 78 per pax with a minimum of certain amount of head counts. The menu consist of starter soup , hot meal, Feuilettes, Viennoiseries, mini tarlets, and beverages.
Yeast serves decent food and very reasonable prices, especially for their wonderful coffee. The bill came up to RM 83.75 for the two of us. The best thing about Yeast is that they don’t charge 10% service charge, it’s the standard 6% GST only and this is advertised quite prominently at their outlet in Mid Valley. It’s a nice place to go for a quick bite to eat in the afternoon if you’re into French casual.
Classic French dining in a cosy setting. If you can’t make it to France the next best thing is a visit to Le Bouchon. The Foie Gras is a must try!
stevenycs posted craving4food.blogspot.com 281 Reviews
It's actually quite worth the money if you really think about it. I mean the ambiance, the quality of food and also the service.
Opposite of National Staduim and near to the traffic lights at the Dewan Bahasa intersection, you can’t miss the 19th century Parisian-styled cafe that stands out in a row of nondescript shops.urrounding the dining area are old cottage-styled cabinets, well-stocked with canned food, wines, giving the impressions of cozy cottages in old times.
When2Meets2 posted when2meets2.blogspot.com 182 Reviews