There are ample dining options in Pavilion Hotel Kuala Lumpur with 3 onsite restaurants, including The Courtyard, an all day dining restaurant, Ebisu that features Japanese cuisine with a twist and Whisky Cove, a haven for whisky lovers.
Ebisu is helmed by the famous chef Ricky Kamiishi who brings a wealth of experience to the table and a fresh menu with a strong focus on Japanese produce.
Located on level 8, the spacious restaurant features a teppanyaki counter, a sushi/omakase counter as well as plenty of table seats.
Our special set menu started with a deep fried sesame curd, half boiled egg and simmered spinach with bonito sauce. We really enjoyed the clear broth with prawn, sea bream and chicken in a teapot. A squeeze of lemon gives the broth a game-changing brightness. The salmon trout, yellow tail and sweet prawn sashimi were fresh and sweet.
The chawanmushi with crab sauce is something different – great briny flavours. Our mains of teppanyaki grilled seafood trio – salmon, prawn and scallop came in a generous portion. We almost couldn’t finish the rice cooked with salmon and served with salmon roe. Our meal ended with some Japanese ichigo and ice cream trio (green tea, sesame and yuzu). What a perfect sweet ending!
Service was impeccable too, as we felt very comfortable dining with a baby throughout the night.
We had our buffet breakfast at The Courtyard. The tempting buffet spread includes the very best of Malay, Chinese, Indian and Continental cuisine. They also have a comprehensive ala carte menu in the evening.
KampungBoy got to have some “me time” at Whisky Cove, a rustic looking whisky bar with cosy atmosphere, comfortable seating and great beverages list of course. They have hundreds of various regional whiskies available here.
If you are in the mood for something different, the bartender offers a plethora of specially curated concoctions that pay homage to classic drinks with touches of contemporary twists.
With these attractive dining options, you never need to leave the hotel. Or Pavilion Mall is just steps away.