Bangsar Shopping Centre houses some really exclusive and good restaurants, one of them being Twenty.One Tables & Terrace located on level 3 of the shopping mall. I had the chance to try out Twenty.One's upcoming unique Christmas menu dishes the other day with a couple of friends and it did leave a rather good impression.
|Twenty.One Tables + Terrace|
Twenty.One Tables + Terrace
Level 3 Bangsar Shopping Centre
285 Jalan Maarof,
59000 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603 2287 0021
Monday till Sunday: 12 noon till 3am
Monday till Sunday: 12 noon till 3am
|Twenty.One's comfortable ambience and decor|
It was my first time over at Twenty.One, and I must say the place has a really classy look to it. Coupled with a windowed terrace view out where patrons can dine with a view, Twenty.One does look the part of a great chill out place after a long day's work. I observed that Twenty.One has taken great lengths to ensure their customers have the best seats, view and food.
|The Christmas Menu "Jingle My Bells"|
We were there for their Christmas menu, and with a tagline that reads "Jingle My Bells", I can already feel the Christmas spirit. The 3 course set menu comes with a starter, one main dish, and dessert. Even these had names to them, "Santa's Little Helpers", "Fill My Stocking" and "Mistletoe Kisses", talk about high Christmas enthusiasm from Twenty.One Tables & Terrace.
|The 3 Course Christmas Set Menu|
For starters, we were served with the "Santa's Little Helpers" which was a choice of either the warm asparagus salad with duck proscuitto, poached quail egg & hollandaise, or the Creamed brussel sprout soup with handmade turkey meatballs.
|#1 Warm asparagus salad with duck proscuitto, poached quail egg & hollandaise - RM24++|
|#2 Creamed brussel sprout soup with handmade turkey meatball - RM24++|
Now the duck proscuitto was a pretty new dish for me, and requires an acquired taste for the duck. It was seasoned well though. Anyway, I was told this was a traditional christmas dish. The creamed brussel sprout soup with handmade turkey meatball however tasted rather good, a healthy soup indeed. I liked how the turkey meatballs turned out, and wanted more actually as four was not enough for me!
We were then served with the main course "Fill My Stockings" for the night, which was the Oven baked sliced turkey breast with yam croquette, chicken sausage, edamame bean & caramelised cranberry.
|#3 Oven baked sliced turkey breast with yam croquette, chicken sausage, edamame bean & caramelised cranberry - RM42++|
|The dish came with yam croquette|
Now I was pleasantly surprised with the good taste, as there were so many ingredients mixed in. I mean, it's not often you get to taste beans, cranberries, yam and chicken sausages all inside a turkey dish. The turkey was good though, and very filling as the dish served generous thick slices of turkey breast.
Desserts "Mistletoe Kisses" came next, which was again a choice of either the banana bread pudding or the chrissy pudding. Both of these were rather filling, so if you're not full yet from the first 2 course, the dessert will definitely fill you up.
|#4 Chrissy Pudding drizzled with vanila reduction, blueberries, white chocolate foam & crumble - RM18++|
|#5 Banana bread pudding with white chocolate foam, lemongrass ginger custard & caramelised cranberry - RM18++ (photo sourced from broughtup2share.com)|
Overall it was a good meal, and if you're at Twenty.One from 5 to 8pm, they have their Happy Hour promotion so there's a 1 for 1 promotion for all loose drinks. Do check out this place should you happen to drop by Bangsar Shopping Centre, as the Christmas set meal promotion will be on-going throughout the month of December.
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