Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar @ Bangsar - Lobster Galore

Pince & Pints, a famous brand from Singapore offering classic and contemporary lobster dishes, reminiscent of New England’s cuisine has come to KL. Opening their first branch in Bangsar KL, I had the opportunity to try out their lobsters the other day, and it was good! Check out what we had that evening below.


Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar @ Bangsar - Lobster Galore
Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar @ Bangsar - Lobster Galore



Pince & Pints Kuala Lumpur

No 32 Jalan Telawi 5, 
Bangsar Baru 59100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603 2201 3233 

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday: 5.30pm to 11.30pm 
Saturday to Sunday: 11.30am to 11.30pm




Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar @ Bangsar - Lobster Galore
Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar @ Bangsar - Lobster Galore
Cool, comfy ambiance to chill out after work over lots of lobsters
Cool, comfy ambiance to chill out after work over lots of lobsters

Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar, the quintessential destination for affordable lobster feasting, opened its first outlet in Kuala Lumpur. Specializing in lobster-only comfort food, this first-of-its-kind concept will further enhance the city’s dining offerings much to the delight of savvy consumers and tourists. Hailing from Singapore and situated in Duxton Hill, the city’s hippest dining enclave, Pince & Pints has experienced great success since it first opened the doors of its flagship restaurant in 2014.

Pince & Pints menu, simple, easy, indulge yourself
Pince & Pints menu, simple, easy, indulge yourself

Arriving at the restaurant late in the evening, the crowd was already there, all ready to indulge in some fresh lobsters. Glancing through their menu, Pince & Pints literally had only five dishes, awesome lobster dishes. Featuring just five must-try dishes on the menu, reflecting the restaurant’s unpretentious approach to lobster epicureanism, each item is priced at RM158.00 ++.

Lobster Noodles - RM158++
Lobster Noodles - RM158++


Exclusive to the Kuala Lumpur outlet will be “Lobster Noodles”, homemade egg noodles topped with large chunks of fresh lobster stirfried with scallions and ginger in a lightly seasoned sauce. The lobsters are wild caught, air-flown, skillfully handled, and stored in state-of-the-art deep sea tanks where even the lobsters may be tricked into thinking that they might be back in the waters of Boston, Maine or Canada, where they are imported from. 

Handled with care at the Pince & Pints KL warehouse, the lobsters are also readily available to supply to other leading restaurants, hotels and F&B outlets throughout the country.


Chili Lobster - RM158++
Chili Lobster - RM158++
Delicious 'man tou' to dip into the chili and to go with the lobster
Delicious 'man tou' to dip into the chili and to go with the lobster

Introducing the sensational Chili Lobster with Mantou, which has been a hit with locals and tourists alike, I'm more than delighted to dig in. With slighty more tart and sweeter than the chili sauce used for crabs, roma tomatoes, ginger, lemon grass, garlic, and egg are added to the chili sauce (a special house blend). The sauce delivers its singular, delicious punch with mantou (fried buns) – providing as the perfect pillows to soak up the mouth-watering gravy.


Live whole lobster (Grilled) - RM158++
Live whole lobster (Grilled) - RM158++
Live whole lobster (Steamed) - RM158++
Live whole lobster (Steamed) - RM158++


Next we actually got to try out these delectable live whole lobsters. There is a choice between getting the steamed version and the grilled version. Choose from either a grilled or steamed version, these are the best ways to fully appreciate and experience the natural sweetness and freshness of lobsters. 

The grilled version comes with mesclun salad tossed in sour cherry and balsamic vinaigrette, herbed butter and straight cut fries with skin. And for the steamed version, the live lobster is steamed in salted water and olive oil (a classic New England technique) to enhance the natural taste of the sea; the perfect option for those wanting to ‘eat clean’.


Lobster Roll - RM158++
Lobster Roll - RM158++


Next, we were served with the superstar on the menu: The Lobster Roll. A signature at Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar: steamed, then marinated with mayonnaise and salt. The iconic “top split” homemade bun is generously spread with butter before pan-frying, which makes the roll light and crispy with an aromatic richness.

Stuffed with hearty chunks of the natural sweetness of the meat (using a whole lobster and the claw) and coated with chopped chives, the dish is then served with a side of straight cut fries with skin and salad with the restaurant’s own house dressing of sour cherry balasmic vinaigrette.


Cocktails from Pince & Pints
Cocktails from Pince & Pints

Cocktails take on a different approach at Pince & Pints where the cocktail menu is curated according to accent flavours – sweet, sour, bitter or dry. Whether looking for the perfect cocktail to start your meal or a dessert-like concoction to relish after satisfying your lobster cravings, cocktails will further excite and tantalize the tastebuds and dining experience. 

Using only fine quality spirits and homemade syrups, the original cocktails to try include Highway Run Into the Midnight Sun (Gin, Vodka, Fresh Lim, Cilantro, Sugar), Dante’s Dream (Cucumber Gin, St. Germain, Fresh Lime & Mint, Cucumber Syrup) and Lychee Martini No 32 (Rum, Alsatian Gewurztraminer, Lychee Purée & Liquer, Sugar) amongst others. 

Do drop by Pince & Pints Restaurant and Bar @ Bangsar the next time you are in the vicinity and am in the mood for good lobsters. 





29 comments :

  1. You can treat me to dinner here when I go to KL, can? I don't drink...so can I have two orders? I'll have the roll and the chili lobster. Hehehehe!!!!

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  2. Why you no Belanja me!! Somehow, crab meat is nicer to me than Lobster but there's more meat per lobster than a crab. Ah.. the choices we have in eating shell fishes.

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  3. wowow lobsters ! I remember i pernah makan lobsters dulu.. sedap sangat kalau makan dengan keju..

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  4. PITAM bila baca harga.
    Hehehe.
    Perhaps one of this days boleh la pergi sana (kalau dalam akaun ada lebih RM10,000)
    Lucky you can go and eat that expensive dish

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  5. wow lobster, you got to save one me next time :P.
    I also like to eat crab meat, so yummy, but eat until bengkak mouth sometime. haha..

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  6. Gosh! this great place for Christmas eve dinner. Can include in plan soon!

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  7. I am craving for lobster noodles now. Looks so delicious.

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  8. wow, the Lobster super big and fresh... They only serve lobster ?

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  9. Wish I can try out their lobster! Look so so delicious! :D

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  10. Seeing you guys post the lobster dishes on the last few weeks make me want to go. Throw one lobster for me! :P

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  11. Lobsters look so huge and fresh! Is every dish there priced at RM 158++? If I happen to be there, guess I'd go for the chilli lobster plus mantao! Hehe.

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  12. wow, the lobsters are to die for! Bet you enjoyed yourself a lot. BTW, lovely photos!

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  13. i love their mantao and also their curry.

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  14. Let's see... I need about Rm200 to have one of these yummy lobsters.... but yes, it is worth splurging every once in a while especially on food that looks this delish.....

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  15. Those lobsters look really good! And at 158++ aint too bad. I've seen places who charge more than that, and it wasnt even that good.

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  16. I'm actually going there next week. Which one would you recommend?

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  17. Mouth watering lobsters! Okok. My Xmas big meal this year.

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  18. The lobster looks delicious and big. I love to go there and try out the food but the price is a little high for me.

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  19. love the fuss-free menu, so easy to pick what i like. gonna try out the lobster roll, it looks so good!

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  20. WOW! That's alot of lobsters you've got here! I want the lobster noodles! *eyes blink*

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  21. Wow! Lobsters....lobsters....:) ;) I wanna try it! Each dish for how many pax from your dining experience there?
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  22. oh my isaac, can i have some of those lobsters please? i love lobsters so much. yums

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  23. Come, let me share your lobsters, you are beef eater after all ;)

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  24. Seldom go to Bangsar. The lobsters look so tempting! Thanks for sharing..

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  25. U makes me swallow my saliva when I see the photo.. Haha... So yummy!~ That's the thing... I always never in slim state.. I always can't resist yummy food..!~

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  26. Live whole lobster look so tasty !! omg i love seafood so much !!

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  27. wow..lobster!! order one for me pls!! hehe!! really wish i could try it in one day too!!

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  28. The lobster is so huge and fresh! Always wanted to try lobster but never have the chance to try it >.<

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  29. Mantou is too yummy and lobster is quite big. Would love to try their food sometime.

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