Sunday, August 11, 2019

10 Binjai Restaurant 2019/2020 Menu | PNB Perdana Hotel

Reviewing 10 Binjai Restaurant
10 Binjai Restaurant has always been a place I wanted to visit and guess what, I finally made it there to try out their new ala-carte menus which compromise elements of Malay local cuisines and International dishes at an affordable price. With a decent spread showcasing over 10 new refreshing menus, 10 Binjai Restaurant promises to feature the freshest and the best ingredients to be offered when youre within the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

Dishes here are prepared by Chef Amran, Executive Chef
Mandatory candid photo of me enjoying the food here
The interior layout of the restaurant
Prawn Salad with mixed Fruit, RM18
Caesar Salad, RM20
Was also lucky enough to catch the Executive Chef of 10 Binjai Restaurant, Chef Amran and believe it or not, he has over 26 years of experience within the culinary industry. Every dish that is specially curated for 10 Binjai Restaurant offers customers a unique dining experience offering a gastronomy experience of taste, presentation, and flavours. To start of your dining experience, the new menu offers Prawn Salad and Ceasar Salad which I must say is one of my favorite dishes that is served on the menu. The Prawn Salad with mixed fruits (RM18) was served cold with shrimp and in terms of presentation and taste, I really wouldn't mind another plate of it! The Ceasar Salad (RM20) on the other hand came with chicken slices and it came in a huge portion too, enough for those who want to share as well.

Seafood Tom Yam, RM18

Grilled Chicken Oblong, RM25
Nasi Lemak Special by Chef Amran, RM28
Daging Salai served with Rice
Moving on to the main dishes, the menu offers Seafood Tom Yam Soup, Chicken Oblong, and even Nasi Lemak! Being a fan of Tom Yam, I must say that they are very generous with the portion for this. The broth of the Seafood Tom Yam Soup (RM18) was rich in flavor and had a tinge of spicy and sour taste which presented the local Tom Yam flavor really well. The Grilled Chicken Oblong (RM25) despite being a popular local street food, Chef Amran did a pretty good job making it look good enough to be served in a restaurant. It's big and well cooked for those who just want to enjoy the local delicacies of a hot dog in Malaysia. And as for the local highlight dish, there's Nasi Lemak (RM28) specially created by Chef Amran's secret recipe. It's accompanied by sambal and fried chicken, and I must say that the fried chicken was a show stopper! You got to try this for yourself to really understand what I mean.

Pepperoni Pizza, RM35
Sizzling Chicken Chop, RM28

Lamb Chop, RM40                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
For those craving for some western flavors, there's Pepperoni Pizza, Lamb Chop, and Sizzling Chicken Chop to indulge into. If you're looking for a dish to share, the Peperoni Pizza (RM35) is a good choice to consider. Its freshly made, and taste just the way the Italians would enjoy it. But if you're a meat lover, there's no doubt but to order either the Lamb Chop (RM40) or the Sizzling Chicken Chop (RM28) as both are really good too! I'm a fan of chicken, so the sizzling chicken would be my repeat the next time I visit. Hehe. Flavors are very well balanced, and I loved the idea that these dishes are served hot with really nice presentation.

Naruto Nuggets, RM18
Spongebob Fingers, RM18
Not to forget the kids, the menu offers Spongebob Fingers (RM18) and Naruto Nuggets (RM18). Spongebob Fingers are actually fish fingers served with a side of fries, with just enough portion to fuel up the little ones. And as for the Naturo Nuggets, they are actually chicken nuggets served with fries on the sides as well. But if im feeling a little kiddy, my personal favorite that I would order for myself would be the Spongebob Fingers cause who doesn't enjoy having fish in forms of fried fimgers right? Great for light eaters too!

Banana Boat, RM12
Sago Melaka, RM10
To top it all off, what's a meal without desserts. right? Well, as for desserts, 10 Binjai Restaurant offers Sago Melaka and Banana Boat in the menu. If youre looking for local desserts, well the sago Melaka is actually really good! The presentation may be a little high end, but the taste still taste like the Sago Melaka (RM10) that Malaysians love. But of course, it doesn't limit you to ordering the Banana Boat (RM12) which is a classic dessert best enjoyed alone or for sharing too! Nothing beats ending a meal with something sweet to cleanse the flavours off, am I right?

A variety of Hot Drinks are available too
Be sure to also try their fruit juices while youre there too!
So just some fun facts before I end my post, did you know that 10 Binjai Restaurant has a pattern of changing the menu yearly to offer customers different menu's to try in different years? Being located really near to the Petronas Twin Towers, this makes PNB Perdana Hotel & Suites On The Park and accessible location! If you're traveling by lrt, you can always make a stop at Ampang Park station and its just 5 minutes walking distance from the station. Be sure to catch and get a taste of these exciting new menu before it changes again within a year. There is nothing above RM40 on the menu and I would say that the average price for each dish would be around RM25 which i think its really affordable when the portions are generous. Hope you found this post usefull and I'll catch you again in my next post.

10 Binjai Restaurant 

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