Of refined elements
By Agnes Aui
Three minutes away from Petaling Street is Quan’s Kitchen, an elegant and opulent restaurant serving Asian and Western creations. Step into it and admire the oriental interior alongside a view of the Kuala Lumpur city skyline before settling down to indulge in its offerings.
In order to adapt to the current novel coronavirus situation, Quan’s Kitchen is introducing tits latest menu, Nourish, and is also available for takeaway or delivery. Diners can choose from seven Asian meals, seven Western meals or customise their very own meal.
We recommend the pan-seared salmon or the pan-seared sea bass, both are seared to perfection. Listen to the tingling sound of crusty salmon skin as you cut through the meat like butter. The salmon was juicy, flaky and even glistened under the light – evidently proving the skills of the chef.
But the choices don’t just stop there, you can also try the dry rubbed crispy duck confit, 48-hour sous vide beef or the grilled ayam percik. To compliment your main protein, choose from 19 different sides including garlic fried rice, spring mixed salad, roasted root vegetables, caramelised rosemary potatoes, nicoise salad, kon loh noodles or poached kai lan. Portions here are not only generous but excel in taste and freshness too. So don’t be shy to go all out when choosing the sides.
For dessert, guests are given choices of banana cake, warm apple strudel, carrot cake, egg tart or sago pudding. Our personal favourites were the banana cake topped with caramelised banana and the carrot cake with sweet toffee icing on top. One thing’s for sure, a meal at Quan’s Kitchen will have you filled with love and craving for more.
Address: Quan’s Kitchen (*Western cuisine *Asian cuisine *halal)
No 2, Jalan Balai Polis, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2035 7333