Hornbill Restaurant|Dine with Hornbill and Rare [email protected] KL Bird Park, KL
Have you ever wonder what and how it feels like to enjoy your meal with Hornbill and birds?? For me, it is something special and a very 1st experience that I never try before in my life.
Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur city, this hidden gem restaurant actually serves authentic local food – Curry Laksa, Nasi Lemak, Keropok Lekor and many more…… This restaurant was built into the bird park itself which features the World’ Largest Free Flight Walk in Aviary. I’m very blessed that I have the opportunity to spend my lunch at the KL Bird Park, thanks to Foodilifecious and KL Bird Park for this golden opportunity.
The Hornbill Restaurant is not only for KL Bird Park visitors, but also public. You can opt to sit in air conditioned dining or open air dining area. If you’re lucky enough, you can dine with those birds and of course the main cast – Hornbill. (Unfortunately, I'm not lucky enough to have to chance to dine with Hornbill *sad*)
Alright, let starts our meal with……
Pisang Goreng [RM5.90] – deep fried banana comes with honey, simple yet delicious snack for everyone!!!
Keropok Lekor [RM5.90] – originally from East Coast which made of fish. Basically everyone’s favorite and great to have it as starter.
Malaysian Chicken Curry [RM19.90] – a bowl of creamy and flavorful curry served with white fragrance rice. For those who loves to eat curry or curry lover, you go to give it a try – the curry has a unique flavor that is deep and earthy from the blend of savory spices!!!!
Sarawak Laksa [RM19.90] – a very authentic and famous food from Sarawak that you shouldn’t miss. You can taste the strong aromatic taste of herbs and spices as well as sambal belacan and coconut milk. One of the best Sarawak Laksa you can find in town.
Nasi Dagang [RM19.90] – consist of rice steamed in coconut milk together with a bowl of fish curry and cucumber pickles at the side – a very authentic Malay dish.
Fried Mee Mamak [RM17.90] – a common dish in Malaysia which made with stir-fried yellow noodles, seafood, egg, potatoes, bean sprout, tomato sauce and dark soy sauce.
Char Kuey Teow [RM16.90] – stir-fried flat rice noodles with seafood, egg and bean sprout. Smoky delicious!!!!
Chicken Chop [RM29.90] – tender and juicy grilled chicken chop served with sautéed vegetables, potato wedges at the aide together with black pepper sauce.
Aglio-Olio Seafood [RM25.90] – the spaghetti was done al dante, toasted in garlic-onion olive oil together with fresh seafood. If you do not like seafood, you can always opt for bacon, chicken or vegetarian.
Overall Opinion: This restaurant does serves good food here, especially their curry. If you’re a curry person, you shouldn’t miss out this place. Furthermore, this is an ideal place for private and corporate event with the accommodation of up to 100 pax. So what you waiting for?