Thursday, December 09, 2010

Time Out KL Food Awards Results 2010

The results are out and I was probably the last one to blog about this. I don't care cos I'm known to be the last-minute-queen and I'm not trying to deny it!

Want to know if your favourite restaurant made it to the list?


We were greeted with endless champagne & cava. Definitely the perfect way to celebrate!


Joanne de Rozario & Will Quah are the MCs for the evening.

The Time Out KL Food Awards 2010 were officially announced at a huge celebration party at MapKL. There were about 400 chefs, restaurateurs and key industry leaders who attended the night of celebrations. Winners were chosen from shortlists in 18 categories, which were selected after an initial round of voting, so every outlet involved in the awards was chosen by real KL-ites who nominated their favourites and then selected a winner from the shortlist during a three month voting period on the website.

Here are the results derived from the votes of the readers:

Best Chinese
Winner: Chynna, Hilton KL

Best Continental
Winner: La Bodega

Best Fine Dining
Winner: Lafite

Best Healthy Eating/Vegetarian
Winner: Marmalade

Best Indian
Winner: Bombay Palace

Best Italian
Winner: Prego, The Westin Kuala Lumpur


Justin Liang and Danny Ang whom is one of the founders of Terrace @ Hock Choon. I'm so glad to see a friend winning the award!

Best Japanese
Winner: Fukuharu, Terrace@Hock Choon

Best Malay
Winner: Bijan

Best Middle Eastern
Winner: Al-Amar

Pub Grub
Winner: Jarrod & Rawlins

Best Seafood
Winner: High Tide

Best Steak House
Winner: Prime, Le Meridien KL

Best Thai/Indochinese
Winner: Tamarind Springs

Best Mamak/Hawker
Winner: Nasi Kandar Pelita

Outstanding Chef of the Year
Winner: Chef David King, The Westin Kuala Lumpur

KL's Best New Restaurant
Winner: The Pressroom


Collin Yap & James Grierson from Albion. One of my favourite restaurants to hang out at Jalan Berangan.


Best Independent Restaurant
Winner: Albion KL

Restaurateur of the Year
Winner: Edward Hyde, Gastrodome (La Bodega, The Pressroom)


Babes and food. What else would you need?


What do you think about the results? There were some that I agreed to but there were some that I felt it could have been someone else. I would safely say that I have tried around 60% of these restaurants and thus my new year resolution for the coming year should be trying all of the above-mentioned outlets so that I can vote better next year!



*Note: A credit to Michael Yip whom I took the photos from and also Time Out KL website!

2 comments:

Sean said...

Looks like quite a lot of restaurateurs also attended, not just customers! :D

eiling lim said...

Sean: Yeah most of the restauranteurs whom are receiving the award is present!

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