Lot BB-R-003 & BB-M-003, BB Park
Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 6016-223 8221
FB : Norse Bar & Bistro
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After a long and hard day at work, one of the best ways for someone to de-stress is to just kick back, have a beer or two and relax with the company of good friends.
With so many different restaurants, bars and bistros for customers to pick from around town, we can all agree that most of us are definitely spoilt for choice. So if you happen to be hanging around the heart of Kuala Lumpur and would like to try out a new hanging spot, come and see what Norse Bar and Bistro has to offer.
Located within BB Park, Norse Bar and Bistro is a great place to sit back and watch the good people of Kuala Lumpur go about their daily routine. The outlet offers a wide variety of local as well as selected German beers such as Carlsberg, Tiger, Heineken, Budweiser, Konig Ludwig, Schneider Weisse, Franziskaner and Kilkenny.
The bistro also serves a selection of local cuisine like Fried Rice and Nasi Lemak as well as traditional pub grub. Other than snooker and pool tables, the customers are also entertained by a live band performance.
My cocktail of the night, Illusion, mixture of vodka, midori, peach liquor, pineapple juice, and lime juice.
My splendid main course, Spaghetti Vongole, a light seafood pasta dish which is full of flavor in traditional Italian style. The dish was served in bianco (means without tomatoes) and with generous amount of live clams.
Its taste is slightly towards the saltiness simply because the live clams opened up during the cooking session and released its sauce which chef uses it for the main flavoring in this dish. White wine was added as well to enhance the fragrance while the alcohol contained can kill the bacteria inside the clams.
Euro Banger Sausage
Euro Banger Sausage that served together with mash potato and sautéed vegetable, plus red wine sauce and balsamic reduction. Nice taste and easy to prepare, this dish is often related to pub food.
Hokkienese Fried Rice
Hokkienese fried rice with roasted pork, prawn, mix vegetable, and fish cake. The rice was not fried till ‘dry’ as the other version of fried rice. It has little bit of gravy to keep it moist. I kinda like this version as the rice is not too dry to swallow, yet still remain the essential ‘wok hei’ part.
Pan Grilled Lamb Rack
Pan grilled lamb rack that served together with potato wedges and sautéed vegetables. Chef uses imported lamb from Australia that aged not more than 12 months, therefore the meat was nice and tender, plus the yogurt mint sauce really enhanced its flavor, I love it!
Hong Kong Style Chicken Wings
Something interesting on the menu, Hong Kong style chicken wings, where chef creatively get the inspiration from the dish ‘Bi Feng Tang Xia’. Deep fried till crispy and coated with lots of bread crumbs that tasted mild spicy. A Chinese cuisine but definitely will served well too as beer snack.
Being the highlight of our dinner, this pork knuckles dish didn’t disappoint us Chef marinated first before baked it in the oven for almost 2 hours. The result, crispy skin outside while the meat inside still remains its tender and juiciness.
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