At Enak KL you can enjoy Malay dishes with an elegant fine-dining twist. The succulent seafood is a favourite here, with the Udang Raja Lemak Merah looking like a top contender. The sup ekor (oxtail soup), rendang padang and daging bakar asam jawa (grilled tenderloin marinated with herbs) are just some of the restaurant’s signature dishes to try, while the pisang caramel and Manisan Kelapa Muda Enak (young coconut in custard topped off with meringue) are two dessert dishes no sweet tooth should resist.
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Enak KL was shortlisted Best Malay in the Time Out KL Food Awards 2011, 2012 and 2013.The restaurant was specially commended in the same category in 2009 and 2010. Our food awards are 100% voted for by the people of KL. This way, we guarantee that popularity and consistent performance is rewarded.
Food 40 is our monthly, definitive guide for where to eat in the Klang Valley. No entry into the Food 40 has provided any Time Out team member with a free meal or other incentive. If you have eaten somewhere that you think should rank amongst KL's top 40, email us and we'll check it out: email@example.com.
|Venue name:||Enak KL||Contact:|
188 Jalan Bukit Bintang
|Opening hours:||Daily, 12noon-12midnight|
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Plain and boring. Time to expand your gastronomy horizons farther than a few places around the city. Get out of your home more often to develop taste and a sense for GOOD FOOD. Being critical about food takes experience. Certainly an expensive disappointment.
Hi. It surprises me how this place could be recommended by Time Out! The dishes are not more than mediocre and the place is quiet pricey. The prawns and the meat were dry, the potatoes undercooked and the presentation and taste of the dishes was bleak... at the most. A really disappointing experience.
Maybe you should double check the restaurants before recommending them.