Updated: Apr 4
Will I come back: Yes
Pork-free, serves alcohol
This post is based on ala carte menu by BEAST. All orders were recommended by the waiter.
Some dishes required minor tweaking, but overall quite decent!
Japanese A3 Wagyu Tenderloin Katsu Sando (RM250) was the star of the night. Meat was tender and juicy, lightly crispy outside and that flavourful secret sauce brought everything together. Would come back just for this!
Cold Capellini with Amaebi & Bafun Uni (RM120) had great truffle and kombu flavour but it was a tad dry. Still good tho!
Both steaks were requested for Medium-rare.
Japanese A3 Wagyu Striploin (RM312/260g) was Medium-rare, soft and juicy but required more seasoning. Added some salt by myself and it tasted great. The cut was slightly fatty for me, will try their A3 Tenderloin next round.
Australian Black Angus Ribeye (RM140/350g) turned out Medium. Steak was also slightly under-seasoned. It was good after additional salt but nothing extraordinary.
Sea Tiger Prawns (RM58) was large and fresh! This was also slightly under seasoned, but still acceptable as the prawns were naturally sweet.
Raspberry Pavlova Bomb (RM30) had a thin shell and raspberry sorbet covered with yogurt cream. It was quite sweet but was one of the better Pavlova’s I’ve had.
Churros (RM30) were crispy outside, soft inside. Not much cinnamon taste but preferred it with the chocolate sauce than the miso caramel.
Japanese Shoyu Chocolate Tart (RM15) looked fancy but tasted weird. Imagine having chocolate dipped in shoyu, THATS exactly how it tasted like. Pastry was kinda “masuk angin”. Only had a quarter of it.
Waiters were friendly and attentive.
Clean and comfortable seatings.
Came here for steaks, but was more impressed with the Katsu Sando.