Pisco Bar @ Jalan Mesui, KL
The 1st thing that hit my mind when talk about Changkat, Bukit Bintang was bars and clubs. Recently, I uncovered a new chill out place where this bar seems to be the busiest and packed with party animals, travelers, tourist, expatriates, as well as locals. Thanks to Foodilifecious, I have a chance to sample their well-knowns Tapas and Peruvian food.
Located right opposite of Park Royal Service Suites Hotel Kuala Lumpur, the interior of Pisco Bar was so unique – warm, rugged vibe with bare brick walls and wood pallet fill full the top. Tapas and Peruvian food are the highlights here.
Nice and Sloe [RM36] – Rum, sloe gin, fresh lemon and mint leaves.
Pisco Spice [RM36] – Pisco, pandan syrup, kafir lime leaves, egg white and lemon juice.
Salted Coconut Expresso Martini [RM38] – Gold rum, espresso, kahlua, and salted coconut syrup.
Chile Passion Martini [RM34] – Vodka infused with lemongrass, chile, and passion fruit syrup.
Gin Mare [RM44] – With thyme tincture and grapefruit.
Ceviche Tasting [RM44] – fresh raw seafood marinated in lime juice, onions and chili peppers. The acidic lime juice denatures the protein in the meat and hence, the meat gets “cooked” and turns to opaque color. The Ceviche here is available in three kinds of seafood: tuna, snapper and prawn.
Assorted Tapas [RM68 for 2 Pax] – consist of deep fried baby squid, Pisco Parmigiana (sliced aubergine, layered with cheese and tomato sauce), Croquetas (creamy mushroom croquettes), deep fried battered Chorizo Lollipop and Grilled Chicken Skewers. My pick – deep fried baby squid, Croquetas and Pisco Parmigiana.
Spanish Pork Ribs with Potatoes and Chorizo Sauce [RM42] – taste like homemade braised pork. However, the pork ribs were slightly too dry for my liking.
Oreja de Elefante [RM42] – grilled pounded beef steak with tomatoes and capers sitting on top – simple yet classy. This dish also knowns as the “elephant ears” due to the look of thinly pounded beef steak. Don’t you think so??
Paella Mixta [RM80 for 2 Pax] – consist of chicken and seafood (clams, mussels, squids and prawns). If you would like to order, you need to wait for one hour to have the Paella ready.
Churros [RM18] – honestly speaking, this is my 1st time trying Churros. It was soft on the inside and crisp at the outside – GREAT!!!!
Overall Opinion: Based on my observation, Pisco Bar seems to be the busiest and happening bar in Jalan Mesui. If you’re looking for a chill out place or bar to hang out, Pisco Bar might be one of the bars that you’re not going to miss it!!! Thank you Pisco Bar for having me!!
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