Leonardo's Dining Room & Wine Loft Hot
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 59100
Leonardo’s derived its name from Leonardo Da Vinci, the famous painter of Mona Lisa. Inspired by the essence of Renaissance, Leonardo’s aims to foster and promote a spirit of intellectual curiosity employed in an inexorable, life-long pursuit of knowledge which is echoed in the physical setting of the premises. You can enjoy an array of global dishes that reflects the modern-day world where cuisine in no longer shackled by geographical constraints. Their motto is simple: “ if it tastes good, put it on the menu! ”
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Great food coupled with great ambience
Nestled discreetly in the suburb of Bangsar is Leonardo’s Dining Room and Wine Loft which has been gracing us with its presence since opening their doors in 2009. As it is located on the first and second floor you might miss it if you just pay attention to the shops on the ground floor. If you love wine and meat then you would fall in love with this place. It is sort of a fusion restaurant but with pork as its main theme. The ambience is relaxing with its tasteful deco hence it is a good place to unwind after having a long day at work or just to hang out with a bunch of friends. Service was great as we were attended to almost immediately every time when needed.
I had the chance to try out their Salmon Carpaccio served with orange, parsley, and fennel salad. I totally dig this although I mainly deserted the salad and just focused my attention on the yummilicious smoked salmon. Next up, I had the Grilled Pork Chorizo Sausage with bacon, potato and apple rosti. Sausages tasted like heaven when matched together with the bacon but too bad there are too few pieces of bacon to satisfy my appetite. By the time I finished my sausages I was too stuffed to try their delicious sounding dessert. Would I be back again? Definitely.
A word of advice though, Leonardo’s is becoming increasingly popular with smaller companies/people hosting their events or dinners there and it would be wise to make a reservation at least 2-3 days in advance if you wish to dine there during weekends.