Pince & Pints

Restaurants, Fish and seafood, Pork Free Bangsar
 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan Hamid
 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan Hamid
 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan Hamid
Grilled whole lobster, RM158
 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan HamidLobster roll, RM158
Lobster noodles, RM158

Time Out says

Good news for lobster lovers: Singapore’s Pince & Pints is now in KL. For those of you familiar with the New England-style restaurant across the Causeway, this means that you can enjoy Pince & Pint’s best-selling lobster rolls in Malaysian Ringgit.

Touted as an affordable place for lobster, the KL outlet has a menu of just five dishes, which includes the exclusive-to-KL lobster noodles alongside grilled or steamed lobster, chilli lobster with fried mantou, and the aforementioned lobster roll. Each dish uses one whole lobster and is priced at RM158++. Tip: Come in a group, order two dishes (we recommend the grilled lobster and lobster roll), and split the cost. The tables here are long too, so you know they encourage group dining. 

Now, the hardsell: Pince & Pints lobsters are wild caught from Boston, Maine and Canada, before being flown in and stored in state-of-the-art deep sea tanks in which ‘even the lobsters may be tricked into thinking that they might be back in the waters of Boston, Maine or Canada’. In other words, these are happy lobsters who feel at home. 

As for the bar, you can expect an array of sweet, sour, bitter and dry cocktails, boutique wines from all over the world, and mocktails with names like Freddie Mercury (cloudy apple and fresh orange juice and ginger gastrique) and Mr & Mrs Smith (fresh kiwi and lime, pandan syrup, apple and guava juice). 


Address: 32 Jalan Telawi 5
Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: Mon-Fri, 5.30pm-11.30pm; Sat-Sun, 11.30am-11.30pm