Friday, August 26, 2011

The Ship Bukit Bintang

If one is looking for a good steak while in KL, one of the best place will be at The Ship. It has a few branches around and probably the most accessible outlet for tourists is the Bukit Bintang branch.

This is my second visit to The ship outlet, the first at Batu Ferringhi, Penang and I was impressed with their steak.

The outlet here also has the same ambience. The lights are kind of dim and the theme is the same where service is provided by captains and crews in maritime uniform.

There are a few maritime facts and information that can be found on the wall such as type of knot and etc.

Before any food is served, a complimentary bread and butter from the restaurant seems like a nice gesture.

Mixed salad (RM 10.90) is made up of fresh lettuce, sliced cucumber, carrot, capsium, tomato, onion rings, served with the choice of Thousand Island or French dressing.

Charbroiled Rib Eye Steak (RM 48.90) is part of the Chef's Recommendation inside the menu. A tender and succulent steak served with broccoli, corn on cob, baked potato and tomato. The steak still maintain the same standard as the one I tried in their Batu Ferringhi outlet. What else I can say. Simply the best!

Roast Rack Lamb (RM36.90) consist of lamb rib topped with kebab sauce served with the same side dishes at the Rib Eye Steak. They are generous in their portion and the lamb is simply delicious.

The restaurant has its own brand of chili sauce which I didn't use. Hope the sauce is as good as its main dishes.

Virgin Mary (RM 6.50) is basically tomato juice. It's pretty hard for me to stomach it. Probably I am not use to it. Salt is readily available at the side of the cup to ease the drinking process.

A mug of draft Tiger Beer (RM 11) is simply refreshing. I just wish they have more beer options but this will do for now.

The Ship definitely lived up to its tagline as the best steak in town.

1 comments:

dong ho said...

it actually looks like youre really inside a boat.

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