Located along Changkat Bukit Bintang and adjacent to The Whisky Bar, The Steakhouse is the latest establishment by Werner Kuhn, who also holds the famous El Cerdo, Black Frest, Werner’s On Changkat and Whisky Bar under his belt.
This new steak joint offers a space of about 40 seaters, not too big but the whole interior is cozy with a contrast of dark and light shade walls, comfortable retro vintage browns sofas, bricks pillar, hue light and soothing background music, definitely a great place for dinner with a sip of wine after a day of stressful work.
Shallot Wine Vinaigrette (RM52.00- six, RM78.00- nine, RM99.00- dozen)
Our visit to The Steakhouse started with Shallot Wine Vinaigrette. While we always like to add a splash of Tabasco or a twist of lemon juice to our fresh oyster, we find the shallot wince vinaigrette served alongside with oyster in The Steakhouse is something more interesting, giving extra zap to the freshness.
Beef Carpaccio (RM32.00)
A dish of thinly sliced raw beef with slivers of parmesan and tangy lemony dressing. Dine like a countess together with this fresh, natural rustic flavour beef appetizer.
The Shrimp Cocktail (RM28.00)
If raw dishes aren’t your cup of tea, go for the Shrimp cocktail. Fully peeled, cooked and deveined, you just have to enjoy the bouncy, plump texture with a rush of creamy mayo dressing. A satisfying appetizer that is perfect to served before mains without making one’s too filling.
Caeser Salad (RM26.00)
Or, pick up the Ceaser salad. A plate of romaine letture and tomato tossed with croutons, smoked duck slices and sprinkled with parmesan cheese. The smoky, salty, flavourful smoked duck marries well with the refreshing greens, so good that it earns thumbs up from everyone on the table that night.
Pan-fried Duck Foie Gras (RM42.00)
Pan-fried, the duck Foie Gras’s flavours are seared on the outside, hold itself together better with fatty, rich and buttery texture in the middle. Goes well with a touch of sauce, fine bean and orange segments.
While steak is the signature dish in Steakhouse KL, one shouldn’t leave the place without their Grileld Australian Beef on Hot Plate. There are two types of beef to choose from- Chilled Australian Grain Fed and Chilled & Aged Black Angus. Choose between five types of cuts- Medallion (200g), Tenderloin (200g), T Bone (750g), Rib Eye(300g) and Striploin (300g).
Steaks are served alongside with garden vegetables, onion rings and your choice of potato prepare through boiled, saute or deep fried – French Fries, Mashed Potato and Sauteed Potato.
For sauces, one can have black pepper, red wine, mushroom, Bearnaise and BBQ. We find the beer infused bearnaise sauce interesting, while black pepper and mushroom being the choices easily accepted by most. BBQ sauce is smoky with a hint of tanginess lingering around.
Grilled Black Cod Fish (RM58.00)
Not a beef lover? No worried, Steakhouse offers other varieties of chicken, lamb and seafood dishes as well. Highly recommend the grilled black cod fish- A hearty portion of cod fish comes with parsley, potato, mushroom and creamy Wasabi pesto sauce. Obsessed with the moist, fleshy cod fish fillet that is silky rich in omega-3 fats, so soft that it almost melt in the mouth.
Classic Italian Tiramisu (RM22.50)
Everything here tastes good, their desserts shine too. Steakhouse KL goes their own unique way in serving tiramisu- two scoop of tiramisu(s) lacing with mango sauce on top. Light, soft and airy, just the way we like.
Andreas Special (RM22.50)
Andreas Special is a combination of white chocolate layered with banana in passion fruit, pear in red white, topped over with chocolate mousse and sprinkled with chocolate crumbles and almond flakes. Extra smooth, milky and thick in chocolaty – a real wonderful dream in chocolate.
Werner Special (RM22.50)
Not to forget the Werner’s Special, another marvellous dessert which combines fresh strawberry in mango sauce with chocolate mousse and wild strawberry sorbet. Fruity and refreshing, a great dessert to melt down the heaviness from mains.
Baked Cheese Cake (RM22.50)
The last dessert doesn’t disappoint us too, a simple baked cheese cake sided with vanilla ice cream, showered with zesty berry sauce. A balance of creaminess and fruitiness. Great ending for a dinner.
The Steakhouse KL
No.48, Changkat Bukit Bintang,
50200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Business Hours: 5:00 pm till 11:00 pm daily.
Tel: 03-2143 2268