Ground Level, Lot G-17, Intermark Mall
348, Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 603-2181 4855
FB : Red Lobster Malaysia
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun
Thanks to the wonderful invitation, I recently had the chance to sample the ‘World Famous Seafood’ from Red Lobster Malaysia, which making its first debut in South East Asia at the Intermark Kuala Lumpur.
Red Lobster, the World’s Largest Seafood Restaurant Chain, was an iconic American casual dining seafood restaurant chain from the United States.
Red Lobster’s founder Bill Darden opened his first Red Lobster restaurant in Lakeland, Florida in 1968. From the beginning, Bill’s restaurants focused on quality, service and a pledge to bring the best of the sea to your table. Red Lobster grew across the United States and in other countries including Canada, UAE, KSA, Kuwait, Qatar, Mexico, Brazil, Japan, and now finally arriving at our Malaysia shores.
The complimentary crumbly Cheddar Bay Biscuits that served with every meal. Love the texture, crispy at the outside, but so soft and fragrant inside while enjoyed it warm.
Lobster Pizza (RM36.90)
Love my crispy thin-crust pizza as the starter, which loaded with delightful ingredients such as the Maine lobster meat, melted mozzarella cheese, fresh tomatoes and sweet basil.
Parrot Isle Jumbo Coconut Shrimp (RM22.90)
One of the best fried seafood I had before, chef hand-dipped the succulent shrimps into Red Lobster’s signature batter, then tossed it in coconut and fried till perfect golden brown. Served together with the interesting pina colada sauce that had hint of pineapple sweet sour taste, I really love the coconut-coated crispy texture.
New England Clam Chowder (RM10.90 cup ; RM17.90 bowl)
Served with a side of garlic bread, this signature thick cream-based chowder was prepared with clams and potatoes.
Lobster Bisque (RM11.90 cup ; RM19.90 bowl)
Served with a side of garlic bread, I love this rich and creamy soap loaded with flavorful ingredients, such a tummy warmer before feast on all the good food!
Key highlights of Red Lobster’s delightful must-try offerings will be their Signature Seafood Combinations as well as the Live Maine and Rock Lobsters.
For live Maine Lobsters, patrons can choose between steam to preserve and enjoy its natural flavor and freshness, or choose the roasted with crab and seafood stuffing for a flavorful and hearty meal.
Interestingly, the live Rock Lobsters selection debuts Malaysian’s very own Sabah Rock Lobsters in the menu for the first time!
Grilled Lobster, Shrimp and Scallops (RM99.90)
Sink your teeth into the freshness of seafood galore, this is the dish that your seafood cravings can be fulfilled with lots satisfaction, a Maine lobster tail, skewered shrimp and wild-caught sea scallops cooked with a buttery garlic finish and served over the wild rice pilaf.
Bar Harbor Lobster Bake (RM109.90)
Such an unforgettable seafood meal that’s perfect for sharing, featuring a tempting roasted spilt lobster tail, succulent shrimps, plump sea scallops, mussels and linguini in a mouth-watering savory broth.
Crab and Roasted Garlic Seafood Bake (RM74.90)
Must-try signature dishes of Red Lobster included this seafood platter with crab, tender shrimp and bay scallops that roasted in garlic and special broth. Came with potato wedges beneath the serving bowl, this dish had stamped an impression on most of the guests, double thumbs up for the freshness and seafood sweet taste!
Double Chocolate Torte (RM15.90)
To round the meal off, we had the ultimate rich chocolate cake experience in a creamy pudding-like texture and light whipped cream was served together aside.
Cheese Cake (RM15.90)
Fluffy and light in texture, this is a must-try dessert for the cheese cake lovers!
Red Lobster prides its dedication in offering quality, safety and enjoyment in each seafood dining experience to diners. The team of chef and grill masters constantly creates and improve exciting offerings and recipes to whet the patron’s appetite.
So pull up a chair, roll up your sleeves and get read to dig in!
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