French Dinner at Brasserie 25, Hotel Stripes Kuala Lumpur


Dinner at Brasserie 25 was just a-m-a-z-i-n-g…with a beautiful ambience, dedicated waiters/waitresses and sumptuous French dishes…

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I had the most awesome birthday eve dinner there with my mini me and ok, since I did not speak French I did had a little confusing time trying to pronounce the name of the dishes from the menu, which I soon gave up and just pointed it to the waiter instead who to his credit, kept a straight face and did not laugh at my feeble attempts at trying to pronounce the French food dishes names…

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For our appetizers/entrees we chose to have the Pate et Rilettes (RM40), which basically is a platter of chicken pate, smoked duck breast and duck rilliettes… The smoked duck breast was just perfect, and the duck rilliettes just lightly seasoned so you could actually taste the meaty taste. I found the chicken pate slightly bitter though as I am not quite a fan of chicken liver and also the normal pate I am used to, is rather more salty… but my daughter liked it fine…

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Then my daughter and I ordered the Soupe a l’Oignon (RM30) , a French Onion Soup with Croutons and Cheese.. and it surely was cheesy and sooo satisfying.. I have always enjoyed French Onion Soup since the time I was in Europe and this definitely bring back fond memories of my time in Europe and the flavours is nothing short of satisfying..

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What is a French dinner without Escargots (RM40) … We got half a dozen of these baked Burgundy Escargots with Garlic Herb Butter and it was just so yummy…

After finishing our appetizers, we were already ½ way full… Hard not to be with the rich food we have been indulging in…

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My mini me wanted some chicken, so I ordered the Poulet Roti for her main dish (RM60). It is basically half of a small Roasted Chicken that came with Sauteed Mushrooms, winter Vegetables (zucchini and carrots)on a bed of Mashed Potato..I love the combination of flavors and the gravy was just delicieux…


For myself, since I was already half full, I did not want something too heavy, so I went with the Poisson en Papillote (RM60) or Red Snapper cooked on Parchment Packets with Root Vegetables…I think it was baked red snapper with some carrots, potatoes, french beans, lemon and rosemary sprigs.. very flavorful, healthy and I swear I can eat this three times a week or more if I had the chance… It was just perfect for me, being a steamed fish lover… Hahah..

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We ended our dinner with La Creme Brulee (RM20) it can’t be any other way since Creme Brulee is one of my all time favorite dessert… And this was just heavenly…


I could not resist a nice cool glass of Ice Latte (RM20) as well, before we headed back to our room….


Overall, the dishes are superb, prices might seem a little pricey, but it is well worth it for the ambience, comfort and attention and of course the great dishes you get to indulge your tastebuds…

I will definitely be returning for other dishes and also some of the same in the near future, when am need for some self indulgence..

Brasserie 25Hotel Stripes Kuala Lumpur, Autograph Collection
25, Jalan Kamunting,
Chow Kit, 50300
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel:+60 3-2038 0000


15 thoughts on “French Dinner at Brasserie 25, Hotel Stripes Kuala Lumpur

  1. Wau, such delicious meal u had on your birthday! The bill seems to be higher than the room rate or do you get some discount as in house guest? I wish they serve confit de carnard (must have french duch dish)! The escargot looks yummy too!

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  2. What a luxurious feast. Although the price is high, don’t forget that it usually is when dining on foreign cuisine. But the ambience makes all the moolah flying out of the pocket so worth it!


  3. It looks really yummy. Hoping to try French food real soon and why is it that I can feel you when it comes to pronunciation. Haha


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