Western Restaurants in Pavilion KL (Pavilion Kl (Tokio Street), Pavilion, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Pavillion KL, Pavillion) – 48 Restaurants
Cheryl Chan Photography posted www.cherylchanphotography.com 77 ReviewsExceptional
My friend and I returned to TWG again for the second time upon agreeing on the best and rather affordable afternoon tea we’ve had so far. Surrounded by luxurious brands like Prada and Chopard, I couldn’t help but to feel atas (high class in Singlish) for 3 hours. We managed to have some private chats despite the unbelievably close proximity to the next table. The two of us used to order the Fortune Tea Set which included TWG Tea Croque Imperial, 2 baked scones/muffins or 1 patisserie, 3 macarons of our choice and 1 TWG tea for RM55++ where 2 cups were served for 1 pot of tea (non-refillable). Unfortunately TWG has changed to meet most of the hotels afternoon tea standard where 1 person has to order at least 1 pot of tea. Therefore on top of the Fortune Tea Set we have added another tea for RM18, making wonderful white and black teapot pairing of Earl Grey and Pink Flamingo. They have an amazing service of tea sampling in case you’re drowning in the sea of their comprehensive tea options.
Nice ambiance, free wi-fi and convenience - yes but definitely not gourmet coffee.
siansysm posted sians.blogspot.com 18 ReviewsSuperb
home of my favorite coffee, thus far. excellent ambiance coupled with the lovely, strong aroma of great tasting espresso based drinks! <3 to date, the best coffee with the lovely balance of bitterness and tartness served freshly made by professionally trained barista, this place is not to be missed.
Pohkemon posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 127 ReviewsSuperb
En Ginza Cafe is a modern Japanese & French inspired concept that brings together the best of Japanese cafe culture and traditional French baking. The interior is cozy and classy and good for some afternoon tea hang around. The display of the French breads and pastries at the entrance really can attract a lot of customer to walk in.
Food wise, it is definitely more upscale and same goes for the price. Ordering ala carte would be too expensive.
noweating posted www.noweating.com 246 Reviews
As a whole, the shop is good for its ribs but not others. The chicken set is too small and there are many options around with this kind of price.
There are 6 Angus's in the region; in Kuala Lumpur, in Indonesia, and in Singapore. Angus Charcoal Grill Steakhouse is Japanese owned and operated This restaurant is located at the top floor of Pavilion. This would be a good choice for beef lovers, no harm giving it a try!
CCFoodTravel posted ccfoodtravel.com 497 Reviews
These steaks are so good, they taste like wagyu!
The Press Room, is an interpretation of a vintage European brasserie. The emphasis is on simple Anglo-French brasserie food made from the finest ingredients, served in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere to satisfy the demands of today's discerning clientele.
eiling posted eiling.blogspot.com 161 Reviews
It's such a coincidence that the 3 of us ordered the Melon Blizz Smoothie (RM15) which is a blend of watermelon and berries. The drink comes in a very nice red shade with a heavy watermelon taste and hints of berries. A cool drink for the evening but that night it was freezing due to rainy weather.