One night in Changkat Bukit Bintang

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One night in Changkat Bukit Bintang

#1 Post by lawloh » Wed Oct 03, 2007 10:48 pm

Had an interesting dinner last week.....This restaurant demonstrates that
a simple plate has other uses other than for serving. Everytime they serve
this crispy and tender roast....2 plates are used and thrown hard into a wooden
pail.
With due respect to the muslims reading this forum, if you have no
problems with "piggy" meals this is a great restaurant. Every thing is pork based. Their imported air-dried
parma hams (proscuitto) and other force meats are good and a wide range of wine selection
from a lower range to costly ones like Chateau Latour is available.

Pardon the wine glass in the way, "the plate was faster than me taking out the camera"
IF anyone who needs the name pls feel free to PM me...
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#2 Post by civic98 » Wed Oct 03, 2007 10:58 pm

Very interesting, and tempting! I think it shouldn't be an issue for you to put up the name and location (coordinates) of the restaurant, perhaps in the food recommendation thread (non halal). Would like to try it sometime! =P~

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#3 Post by lawloh » Wed Oct 03, 2007 11:10 pm

civic98 wrote:Very interesting, and tempting! I think it shouldn't be an issue for you to put up the name and location (coordinates) of the restaurant, perhaps in the food recommendation thread (non halal). Would like to try it sometime! =P~
Even though food is one of my hobbies...I like to spend more time on the "photo" sections....its interesting to view the kind
of photos you guys take.
Sori dont have the coordinates, but you cant miss the restaurant, its on the same row as frangipangi and the whole street
is full of restaurants

EL CERDO
43 & 45 Changkat Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur
Tel: (03) 2145 0511

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#4 Post by bernGPS » Thu Mar 29, 2012 11:38 pm

Went there last year. Excellent food

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#5 Post by sonnyoh » Fri Mar 30, 2012 12:24 am

Attended a birthday function a year ago too.

Here's the co-ordinates N3.14765 E101.70768

Delicious food and expensive too. Parking is also a problem :D

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#6 Post by bernGPS » Fri Mar 30, 2012 6:46 am

sonnyoh wrote:Attended a birthday function a year ago too.

Here's the co-ordinates N3.14765 E101.70768

Delicious food and expensive too. Parking is also a problem :D
We parked our car in Kota Kinabalu, flew over to KL and walked from our hotel in Bukit Bintang :mrgreen: :$gone:

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#7 Post by Zeus73 » Fri Mar 30, 2012 7:55 am

bernGPS wrote:We parked our car in Kota Kinabalu, flew over to KL and walked from our hotel in Bukit Bintang :mrgreen: :$gone:
Where did you park your private jet in KL? :mrgreen:

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#8 Post by sonnyoh » Fri Mar 30, 2012 9:13 am

bernGPS wrote:
sonnyoh wrote:Attended a birthday function a year ago too.

Here's the co-ordinates N3.14765 E101.70768

Delicious food and expensive too. Parking is also a problem :D
We parked our car in Kota Kinabalu, flew over to KL and walked from our hotel in Bukit Bintang :mrgreen: :$gone:
Why walk... got Helipad, bah... :mrgreen:

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#9 Post by bernGPS » Mon Apr 02, 2012 6:53 pm

Zeus73 wrote:
bernGPS wrote:We parked our car in Kota Kinabalu, flew over to KL and walked from our hotel in Bukit Bintang :mrgreen: :$gone:
Where did you park your private jet in KL? :mrgreen:
Park in my hotel room :mrgreen:

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#10 Post by bernGPS » Mon Apr 02, 2012 6:54 pm

sonnyoh wrote:
bernGPS wrote: We parked our car in Kota Kinabalu, flew over to KL and walked from our hotel in Bukit Bintang :mrgreen: :$gone:
Why walk... got Helipad, bah... :mrgreen:
Jauh lah

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