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This Mediterranean-inspired restaurant and bar was first hidden inside Kate Spade in Pavilion, but now you can access it from the outside as well. The name ‘Quivo’ is derived from a combination of the words ‘quirky’ and ‘nuevo’, which should give you a good sense of the overall aesthetic. The colours and lighting make the outlet cosy and attractive, while the trippy floor tiles create a 3D illusion. Stay here long enough and you’ll be making friends with the staff, all of whom are friendly and always ready to assist you.
To quench your thirst, this eccentric outlet has a variety of cocktails such as margarita, martini, mai tai and tropical-inspired drinks. The Mangosteen Mai Tai Roa A’e caught our eye in particular – it’s a mix of gold rum, orange liqueur, almond syrup, lime juice and fresh mangosteen. You can also be more adventurous and go for the Banana Colada – fresh coconut, pineapple juice, banana purée and Cuban rum. If you prefer something non-alcoholic, have the strawberry lemonade or the less fizzy mixed-fruit iced tea. For a place that’s generally seen as fancy, the tip-top cocktails are quite decently priced.
If you’re hungry, Quivo is known for its pizzas, burgers and desserts. Definitely give the bespoke burger a try; you get to choose the bun. As for the pizza, try the lamb kofta pizza – eggplant, halloumi cheese, rockets and cherry tomatoes all arranged neatly on Sicilian semolina dough and then cooked in a wood-fire oven.
Come 10pm, the bartenders do some flaring behind the bar to keep the guests entertained. A little tip: If you want to do some people-watching, sit outside – it’s by far the best spot.
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang
|Opening hours:||Daily, 10am-2am|