Friday, February 27, 2009

Max! Kitchen & Wines

I was at Max! last weekend. It was not my first time there as I have been there a couple of times before and I absolutely love the food there. Max, the owner himself is indeed a perfectionist. He will usually be at the kitchen whipping up the dishes himself. The restaurant is small, with a rustic old charm located in Tengkat Tong Shin, just a few steps further from Ngau Kee (the famous beef noodles) but it's worth visiting!

Over the past few dinners there, I've tried many of the dishes but most not found in the menu. I've had scallops, the wagyu beef cheeks with truffle sauce (yum yum), Portobello mushroom and some surf & turf dishes. It was all good.


This time, I ordered from the menu. And boy, this is actually my first time looking at the menu and I am lost. I didn't know what to order but eventually did make up my mind.


This is my first time having a Yabby and I must say that it tasted good but the flesh is too little! It's just like a big prawn with a lobster head!

Ooh I love this dish. The fish was done perfectly and the prawn was ooh lala..


I don't really fancy lamb in general but this tastes good too.



The chocolate soufle was so chocolatey! I liked the way it was done and the amount of chocolate was sufficient for my palate. Max knew about my expectation towards chocolates!


Overall, I must say that Max! serves arguably the best continental cuisine around. The dishes are all at reasonable portions and a starter, main & dessert will be sufficient. I love the sauces because it goes very well with the dishes and thus I licked every morsel of it. However, his prices can be a little steep. The price of the first courses can range from RM20-RM50 and main courses are priced from RM30-RM70. The total bill came up to RM270 for 1 starter, 2 main courses, 1 dessert and 2 glasses of wine. But for those who appreciates the cuisine, it's worth paying!

Oh, btw, they serve illy coffee too! Please pardon my pictures as they are all taken using my cameraphone.

Other Reviews : Kampungboycitygal


Max! Kitchen and Wines
27 Tengkat Tong Shin, Kuala Lumpur
Tel No: 03 - 2141 8115


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13 comments:

KY said...

arghh i have been wanting to go there for a long time.. emmmm!

kampungboycitygal said...

awwwww i miss max! kitchen so much, esp the wagyu beef cheek n rack of lamb..should i choose max! or nero teca for my bday dinner??

Philip said...

Photos are still very presentable despite being taken by a cameraphone.The portions are big enough for 3 persons!

Myhorng said...

why the plate got 4 section 1.

YilingL said...

When are u bringing me there since u already hinted me on your new found wealth ;) *wink wink*

We can create a celebration. Hehe in return I'll open my Piper Heidsieck :DDDDD

Cath J said...

Your HP take good pic..no worries.. ;-)

-eiling- said...

KY: Make it happen with Melissa!!!

Kampungboycitygal: I would choose Max Kitchen for the cosy ambiance and good food. I'll prefer lunch @ Nero Teca. Both a good choice!

Philip: Thanks. It's not really that big la...

Horng: I also dunno, must ask him next time.

Yiling: Ok, I belanja dinner tonight, ok?!!

Cath J: Thanks.

Edi神 said...

nice food... excellent women and ...

wel , i wish i wsih issh

i wanna go there!

Anonymous said...

Hi you have an email we can talk ?

-eiling- said...

Edi: Go!

Anon: You can write to me at eilinglim@hotmail.com

suituapui said...

Looks good...but not impressed by the mini-lobsters. Tong Shin...is that where the Chinese private hospital is?

-eiling- said...

STP: Yes there's a Tong Shin Hospital but the restaurant is not there. It's on Jln Tengkat Tong Shin which is the same road as the famous Ngau Kee beef noodles.

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