Saturday, April 4, 2015

INTERLUDE RESTAURANT @ TTDI, KUALA LUMPUR (NON HALAL)


Interlude International Tapas Bar the first of its kind in Klang Valley bringing a unique dining experience to Malaysians. Everything on the menu has been carefully selected to showcase the use of local ingredients and they only use imported products where necessary. Foods are cooked to order and with the menu being on the smaller side to ensures that fresh produce will be served that does not originate from the freezer nor makes a pit stop in the microwave.
The owner Chef Rabin believe in serving quality foods at reasonable price. Together with Chef Loges, they put in lots of hard work and dedication in serving the best dishes. 


Grilled chicken breast with mash and chicken jus.
The chicken breast is confit traditionally with low heat so the breast are juicy and tender. Honestly, I never like chicken breast but the chicken breast here just got me hooked. Served with sauce made from scratch with chicken jus and thyme are indeed flavourful. Instead of milk, they used heavy cream and butter for their  mashed potatoes for that rich taste.


Crispy Pork Belly with Kill Kenny Glaze
Baked twice for the crispy skin with Kilkenny glazed on top truly bring the flavour to top notch. Served with homemade pickle cabbage.
 

BBQ Pork Ribs with Guinness BBQ Sauce
Braised with cinnamon, five spice and pork stock for two and a half hours, you are in for a finger licking good ribs. Glazed with homemade BBQ sauce and Guiness for a bold and wonderful flavour.



 Pork Burger
Homemade thick pork patty with melted cheese on top is screaming for me! Hehe... Most importantly, it's not overly salty at all compare to the usual burger joints.


Citrus Chicken Salad
Served with lemon juice and mustard for an appetizing salad. I find myself digging into the chicken breast though! 😅


Baked Snapper in Tom Yum Broth
Baked John snapper fish served with rice infused with Tom Yam and miso broth. A tad salty with acceptable spicyness.



Carrot Parpadelle – RM16.00
Sliced carrot infused with orange juice for the zesty flavour. Toasted with salt, butter and cumin served with oregano and mint leaves. I don't really fancy this because of the strong cumin taste.


17 hours Slow Cooked Pork Belly – RM35.00
Star of the night! Must try!!!
Sous-vide method of cooking in which food is sealed in airtight plastic bags then placed in a temperature-controlled steam environment for longer than normal cooking times. 
Green sauce made of taragon, gherkin and chicken stock, complement the fork tender pork very well.



Nantua of Spaghetti with a Selection of Seafood – RM30.00

Yes, it's pasta! Can you spot the spaghetti beneath all the seafoods? 

Generous fresh prawns, squid and mussel, al dente spaghetti in prawn bisque.


Rainbow shots. 


Assorted cocktails mixture price starts from RM22.


Cheers..... 

Thanks to Foodink and Interlude for having me.


Foods : 8/10

Ambiance : 8/10

Price : 7/10


My verdict : Nice place to chill out with good foods that can satisfy your hunger not forgetting affordable cocktails too. Must try 17 hours Slow Cooked Pork Belly, Nantua of Spaghetti with a Selection of Seafood and Grilled chicken breast with mash and chicken jus.


Current Promotion:

1. Wednesday – Ladies Night (Free Flow Alcohol)
2. Thursday – Live Band from 8pm to 11pm 

Interlude

50, Lorong Rahim Kajai 14, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail Kuala Lumpur

 

Business hours: 

Tue - Sun: 4:00 pm - 2:00 am (Monday Closed)

 

Wesite: http://www.interlude.my/

 

More details: https://www.foodink.com.my/listing/interludebar/


24 comments:

  1. The carrot parpadelle and slow cooked pork belly looks divine. Will definitely check this place out when I visit Kuala Lumpur. Thanks for the detailed review! :)

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  2. Thanks for sharing ! It will be really helpful for our next trip to Kuala Lumpur.

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  3. The grilled chicken, the pork belly, and the chicken salad look really good! Kuala Lumpur has got an exciting resto to check out!

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  4. Great dishes to feast on specially that Crispy Pork belly and the slow-cooked pork belly.

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  5. The was one mouth-watering post. I am planning to cook now even if we just had our lunch. Loved the Nantua of Spaghetti, anything with seafood is a love love love for me :)

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  6. Surprisingly, I think the carrot looks the most appealing haha! I guess I'm a vege person

    Following you btw~
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  7. The pictures alone got me drooling badly, but the content itself made me want to read on. It is obvious that the chef and staff really worked hard for everything served to you and the other guests.

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  8. Oh man! The crispy pork belly looks delish! :)

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  9. This is definitely a great non-halal place for pork lovers! I like the look of Crispy Pork Belly with Kill Kenny Glaze! It look super crispy and not so fattish!

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  10. If they were cooked to order, I wonder how long does it take for them to serve these wonderful dishes? Well, visually, I must admit, they look delicious.

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  11. Aww. The chicken breast looks very appetizing. And the burger looks great too. I just hope they would not toast dark the patties. I like pork belly too. It would sure satisfy my hunger.

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  12. What exactly does non-halal mean? That it serves pork?

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  13. I'm curious with the carrot papardelle, I've never eaten anything like it. Another thing I'm curious about is the star of the night 17 hours slow cooked pork! I can just imagine how juicy it is knowing how it was prepared!

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  14. They have a good variety here from meals to burgers. It looks like a great place to hang out and have cocktails too.

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  15. The grilled chicken breasts look so mouth watering. All the dishes look fresh and delicious. The cocktails are so tempting as well.

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  16. The food looks well prepared and very delicious... You sure eat out a lot. ;-)

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  17. I like Nantua of Spaghetti with a seafood and the cocktails. The rest are not bad too.

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  18. The cocktails look really nice. Hope you had a great time dear.
    Fatemah Sajwani |What Fatemah Says

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  19. Wishing all the success for this restaurant. Love the concept that they try to source as local as possible and everything is made to order. If only it's possible, I wouldn't mind hitting that place on wednesdays especially with the free flowing drinks :)

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  20. How was the food? I like tapas and those cocktails i wanna try. Is it deadly or jist enough alcohol?

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