Cedar On 15 @ Impiana KLCC Hotel

Now every time I dine at Cedar On 15 @ Impiana KLCC Hotel, not that I do it often, I'm always impressed with the ambiance and food presentation. Of course the food itself is equally good and very creatively created. They introduced their latest signature dishes recently, and I had the chance to dine there. Check out what we had that evening below. 

Cedar On 15 @ Impiana KLCC Hotel
Cedar On 15 @ Impiana KLCC Hotel



Impiana KLCC Hotel
13 Jalan Pinang
50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: 60 3 2147 1111

Cedar On 15 had one of the nicer decor I have seen, and I was especially intrigued by the ever changing lighting on top of where we sat. 


Assorted Bread Rolls with walnut oil and balsamic pomegranate vinaigrette
Assorted Bread Rolls with walnut oil and balsamic pomegranate vinaigrette

It's always good to be served with warm bread before the start of any meal, and at Cedar on 15 we had the really nice fluffy Assorted Bread Rolls with walnut oil and balsamic pomegranate vinaigrette. The dips were exotic enough to be different from my usual partaking. 


Cedar Salad: Baby spinach with shaved Parmesan, toasted Pine Nuts & Mustard Walnut Vinaigrette - RM42
Cedar Salad: Baby spinach with shaved Parmesan, toasted Pine Nuts & Mustard Walnut Vinaigrette - RM42

Best served with the accompanied Pomegranate Balsamic Vinegar, we had the rather huge Cedar Salad. Consisting of Baby spinach with shaved Parmesan, toasted Pine Nuts & Mustard Walnut Vinaigrette, it's indeed a mouthful, but tastes just great in the mouth. Love the pine nuts and how they add crunch to the whole salad. 


Fresh Burrata Cheese - RM45
Fresh Burrata Cheese - RM45

Some cheese to whet your appetite? Try Cedar on 15's Fresh Burrata Cheese then, air flown from Italy served for your culinary delight. The cheese is wrapped with Balsamic Gelee, giving that delightful sourish sweet taste, served with Roma tomatoes and extra virgin olive oil. I find the cheese to be really nice, not too overpowering, fresh and soft to the taste. 


Cream Of Topin Ambour with Truffle Oil and Bocconcini Cheese - RM38
Cream Of Topin Ambour with Truffle Oil and Bocconcini Cheese - RM38
Looks simple enough, yet delicious
Looks simple enough, yet delicious

We had the soup next, with the first being the Cream Of Topin Ambour with Truffle Oil and Bocconcini Cheese. Thick and creamy, the hint of truffle really changes the whole dining experience. Luxury in liquid form, we enjoyed the soup, before moving on to our main courses. 


Pumpkin seed crusted Black Cod with Mushroom Tomato Chutney and fennel mousse - RM78
Pumpkin seed crusted Black Cod with Mushroom Tomato Chutney and fennel mousse - RM78

Now I've always liked cod fish due to its soft and flakey texture. Here at Cedar on 15, their Pumpkin seed crusted Black Cod is perfection on a plate. It was a delight to stare at too, served with colourful mushroom tomato chutney, fennel mousse, and sugar pea snap. Drizzled with hazel nut sauce, the fish cooked just nice, without being too dry, flaking off with a slice of our fork. Good stuff. 


Wagyu Ribeye on Himalayan Rock Salt - RM115 (per 200g)
Wagyu Ribeye on Himalayan Rock Salt - RM115 (per 200g)

My favourite meat, the wagyu beef was served next. Wagyu Ribeye on Himalayan Rock Salt is prepared and cooked on a pre-heated rock salt slab that adds fun to the meal.

Wagyu beef is known for its buttery cuts are from prime Australian cattle grain fed for 300 days. Wagyu cows are specially bred to produce substantially lower saturated fats and you can even cut the meat with a butter knife. Wagyu beef is also recognised for its mabled finishing which is also related to grading of the meat. 


My all-time favourite
My all-time favourite

Cedar on 15 recommends that the Wagyu beef is cooked in the purest and natural form which is on Himalayan Rock Salt in order to enjoy the freshness. The Himalayan Rock Salt slabs are permanently heated in the oven. This method of cooking will lower blood pressure as no cooking oil is used. It is recommended that the Wagyu Beef is placed on the rock salt slab for five minutes. The meat will absorb more saltiness if left longer on the rock salt slab.


Chocolate Molten Cake - RM35
Chocolate Molten Cake - RM35

We ended our really satisfying meal over at Cedar On 15 @ Impiana KLCC Hotel with the beautiful Chocolate Molten Cake. Served with fresh raspberry and homemade Marzipan ice cream with a pretty setting, this dessert comes with the accompanying strawberry lime liquor. Drip it on, cut the cake open and watch that delicious chocolate flow out. Do drop by Cedar On 15 if you're around the vicinity of KLCC and would like to get a fine meal with a beautiful KL view. 




17 comments :

  1. Nice place, so spacious. Love the presentation.

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  2. win liou lor youuuuuu... always get so much good food.

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  3. Love the ambience.... pretty.... and the food looks good too

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  4. Love the black cod! :) the crusty pumpkin seed coating must be nice

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  5. That chocolate molten cake! Oh my god, i'm drooling now. Wondering if this place is halal?

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  6. That chocolate molten cake! Oh my god, i'm drooling now. Wondering if this place is halal?

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  7. Oi you trying to kill our diet is it? Haha
    Every time I visit your blog, I feel like i gained calories from just looking at the good pictures lol

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  8. ooh...the wagyu ribeye seems smackingly good. reading this makes me feel hungry

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  9. yummy food to eat with loved ones. Late night seeing this post makes me so hungry. Lucky I just had my supper hehe.

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  10. Whoa that wagyu ribeye looks good. I love a good meat. :p

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  11. I had dinner at Cedar on 15 before the food are decent and environment is great.

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  12. i can visit this place next time.. love the ambience so much.:)

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  13. Yummy! Wish my hubby will bring me there one day hehehe...

    http://www.ranechin.com/

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  14. That Wagyu Ribeye looks so yummy, nom nim nom nim :)

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  15. The overflowing choc from Chocolate Molten Cake looks very tempting.
    Would love to try the wagyu (if I have the $$) hehehe

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  16. Dishes looks exquisitely superb, but i dont quiet like the environment of the restaurant. The price is pretty high if you ask me :p

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