Pince & Pints Bangsar is a successful replication of its highly sought after outlet in Singapore, judging from the long queues in front of this restaurant nearly every evening,
Pince & Pints is a lobster and lobster only restaurant, specialises in serving customers a whole live lobster cooked according to their preference. Even the specially crafted beverages menu that features some wild and wonderful cocktail concoctions and long drinks is interesting.
BED OF ROSES 16 Vodka, Rose Liqueur, Lychee Syrup, Fresh Lemon & Lime
It looks incredible and smells delicious of rose flavour – everything you expect from a cocktail.
Even the mocktails here are as pretty as they are delicious. Pince & Pints pride themselves on serving only the freshest lobster by importing directly from lobster fisheries that practice sustainable fishing methods to ensure the lobster population is robust and healthy. All the lobsters are wild-caught and air-flown directly from the Atlantic Coast; they are transported to a state-of-the-art facility, and stored in a conducive environment before they are delivered in prime condition to the restaurant. At Pince & Pints, you can expect to taste lobsters of the freshest and most premium quality.
There are only 4 lobster items in the menu, and each item is priced at RM 158++ with one whole lobster that weights at about 600g.
The Lobster Noodles is an exclusive item in their KL menu, as most of us are quite a “chinaman”. It’s actually true, as I can’t live without my rice or noodles. This extravagant Lobster dish tastes as good as it looks. Remember to enjoy it while it is hot as the noodles got really salty after a while.
The iconic Singapore Chili Lobster is making an appearance here at Pince & Pints @ Bangsar. The flavorful combination of this sweet and spicy sauce pairs beautifully with the deep fried mantaos.
One can opt for either Steamed or Grilled Lobster. Since P&P uses only fresh lobster, the meat is always of the highest quality with a firm texture and naturally sweet taste. Even the tails, claws, and legs yield a deliciously moist, firm meat. The garlic aioli dressing was really addictive and went well with the fries.
KampungBoy was very happy with his food, obviously.
If you only have the stomach capacity to order one dish, by all means please go for the Lobster Roll. The well buttered bun was crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. Flesh from one whole lobster was stuffed into the bun, and each mouthful reveals briny, succulent goodness that finished with a lingering taste of the sea.
Is it worth it? TOTALLY! Remember to drop by to enjoy a lobster feast here at Pince & Pints @ Bangsar!
Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar
32, Jalan Telawi 5
59100 Bangsar, KL
Business hours: Mon – Fri (5.30pm to 11.30pm), Sun & Sun (11.30am to 11.30pm)
Tel: 03-2201 3233