Monday, June 27, 2011

Discover Lunch @ Sage Restaurant & Wine Bar, The Gardens, Kuala Lumpur

Hubby's parents traveled 11,000 km to visit us and their two grandchildren for the first time in Malaysia. Where better for lunch than my favorite restaurant, Sage. I was excited to bring them there since I have been telling them how good the food there is.

We got off to a flying start since both of them love ginger beer and the complimentary drink just happens to be that. They were also impressed with the freshly baked bread and accompanying basil dip. It also helps that the restaurant interior is chic and the service is excellent.


Open Kitchen


The Fricassee of Mushrooms with Seared Sea Scallop and Foie Gras was absolutely heavenly. The luscious foie was delightful and melt in the mouth... I wished for the foie to linger in my mouth just a little longer.



Hubby had the Poached Crayfish with Rock Melon Salad and Vinaigrette. A dish bursting with color as well as texture. The crayfish was meaty and taut and was complimented well by the sweetness of the rock melon.

One of our guests had the Roasted White Pomfret with Cuttlefish and Spanish Anchovy Sauce. The fish was cooked to perfection, however the cuttlefish was a little too rubbery for her liking.


No complains from the three of us as we happily ate our way though our Wagyu Beef Striploin with Mashed Potato and Sauce A L'Estragon. The beef hit the spot.

For dessert, both our guests opted for the cheese platter, which consisted of Brie de melun and Rocquefort cheese. It was served with fig terrine and homemade bread.


Hubby and I had the Fresh Plum and Banana Crumble with Homemade Ricotta Ice Cream. This was a disappointment as we did not like the taste and texture of this dessert. The only saving grace would be the ice cream. A little birdie told me that Sage might be getting in a new pastry chef, so hopefully we would see some improvement or changes in the dessert department.


We set out to treat our guests to a great lunch that afternoon, and I believe we succeeded. :)


Opening hours: Lunch:Monday to Friday 12.00pm to 2.00pm; Dinner:Monday to Saturday 6.00pm to 10.30pm. Closed on Sunday.


Service: Excellent.

Price: RM100 nett. 10% off with The Gardens Club card.

Location: Sage Restaurant & Wine Bar, The Gardens Residences, Level 6, The Gardens, Mid Valley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: 03-2268 1328

11 comments:

  1. I can imagine it was everything it's cut out to be, Sage being Sage! Hmmm, dunno why but have recently gone off foie gras.. think too much of a good thing, but I do love the ones at Sage;)

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  2. Ciki: I used to dislike foie before I tried the one at Sage. They totally converted me.

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  3. Michelle: Awww. Hope you feel better soon. Am sure you will discover many great food in the States. *hugz*

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  4. Will have to visit this place when my boy makes it to KL! Nice write-up!

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  5. heh, a great chinese daughter-in-law should traditionally know how to satisfy her husband's parents with terrific food. looks like you succeeded with flying colors! :D

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  6. Small Kucing: Sage never disappoints :)

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  7. Shu: Hope you make it there as the food is really good.

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  8. Sean: Hehe thanks! But I think traditionally she's supposed to do that by cooking them a great meal right? :P

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