18 Dec, 2007
Angus House Japanese Charcoal Steak
Posted by: Wen Ching In: Japanese Food
Finally, we had the chance to visit Pavilion, sounds a little outdated to visit this shopping mall this late, but we were really busy for the past few months.
So anyway, this newly opened shopping mall is well decorated for Christmas. The choir was standing on the large Christmas tree singing Christmas songs at night. The place was beautifully light up. It somehow resembles the theme of a white Christmas.
Seriously, we were facing difficulties when choosing which restaurant for dinner. There were so many choices, each with their own specialties. But finally, we decided to give Angus House a try since this place is new to us. This restaurant is located at the top floor of Pavilion.
We ordered a tenderloin dinner course 250g (ヒレ ステーキ) for RM100. You are free to choose the quantity of beef ranging from 200 to 300g. This course includes includes an appetiser, soup, salad, main course and dessert. We started with Hors d’œuvre, which was so delicious. The prawns and squids were so fresh, it was really appetising.
Then, we were served with our salad. The special thing about this salad is that it was topped with katsuo bushi (鰹節), also known as bonito flakes. It was quite a good combination with the salad, it simply tasted good.
Here’s our main course finally, our charcoal grilled tenderloin steak, ys preferred it to be medium rare. He said the beef was really tender and juicy. The restaurant serves Wagyu beef as well, perhaps that could be something to try next time.
Since I don’t take beef, I ordered a scallop and sea-urchin spaghetti a la Angus House (く帆立貝のウニ和えスパゲテイー) at RM25. Perhaps this is a of fusion Japanese and Italian food, we’ve not heard of this combination of spaghetti and decided to give it a try. Well, seriously, this was one of the worst spaghetti we’ve ever tasted in life. The fishy taste of the sea-urchin was too heavy and we were so not used to it.
This would be a good choice for beef lovers, no harm giving it a try! But not advisable for their spaghetti, that was really some experience.
6.44&45 Pavilion Kuala Lumpur,
168, Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel : 03-21456015
Sugar Bean Ratings
Food : 4/5
Environment : 4/5
Service : 4/5
Overall : 4/5