May 22nd, 2020
Celebrating the transformative power of fire and food, the Guinness Flavour by Fire festival rounded up some of
Tables laden with fragrant roasts, Chilled champagne for hearty toasts, A spectacular array of festive
Samba has taken over an adjoining space and turned into a very inviting semi-al fresco cachaça bar. We say semi here because although it’s definitely indoors, it’s also open enough to the outside to give patrons the best of both worlds.
The meats are slow-cooked and infused with a variety of different rubs, allowing for complex flavours and extremely tender meat.
Imagine the head of the kitchen, with outstretched arms, proudly and personally presenting the fruits of his labour to his enthusiastic guests.
The expected Western-themed accoutrements festooned the walls, and touches of wood and leather here and there provided the ambiance and organic warmth often associated with steakhouses.
Indulge in LongHorn Steakhouse's grilled to order juicy Renegade Sirloin, generously seasoned with a secret blend of spices, from 21st November to 4th December 2016 for RM29.90.
Steak devotees might like to consider Torii for their next splurge - premium Japanese beef is now available for dinner at this Damansara Heights restaurant