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Flames @ Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu

Angeline Wednesday, October 12, 2011 , , , ,


Flames is the latest dining option for meat lover, KK city’s first and only international steak restaurant offering only the best quality and most extensive selection of prime quality steaks available in the city. A restaurant from a transformation of the hotel lobby lounge’s upperdeck, a small and intimate former drinks-and-refreshments niche that has given way to just 24 seats for lovers of luscious meat and most things non-vegetarian. At Flames, Executive Chef Abd Rahim Awang enthusiasm for Western gastronomy will brings to the table a unique menu of creative dishes.


Flames @ Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu
Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens
88000 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah 
Tel: 6088-322232
Business hours: 12pm – 2.30pm and 6.30pm – 10pm

A great dining atmosphere restaurant and with an exceptional services! The manager will personally stop at your table to check that everything goes well!
 
We were served with fresh bread as a starter, come with a selection of dips. A mouth watering bread, which was deliciously crusty outside, soft and aromatic inside. You won't believe this! We finished 4 and half loaves of bread before the main course arrived.
 
Wild Mushroom Soup, RM20.00
Pan-seared Salmon Fillet (on the house)
 
Caeser Salad (on the house), RM28.00
Highly recommended....it's just so good!
 
Chicken Breast, RM35.00 (Served with 2 side dishes of my choice, below)
Tender and juicy! Healthy, clean food.

Chips and Garden Salad
 
 
 
Sirloin Steak, RM68.00
Flames signature steaks including Australian 80 Days (grain-fed) Sirloin. The classic Béarnaise sauce (made from a reduction of caramelized balsamic-shallot jus, cracked peppercorn, Porcini mushroom, Morel cream, and barbecue and French Dijon, whole grain moutarde de Meaux Pommery, and homemade English mustards) was offered to compliment the steak. There's an array of side dish options available range from comfort food favourites such as garlic mashed potato, deep-fried potato wedges, French fries and deep-fried crispy onion rings to fairly higher end fare such as roasted herbed potato, seared Portobello mushrooms, green asparagus and grilled Mediterranean vegetables.
  
Side Dishes for Sirloin Steak
 
Mixed Grilled Steak and Lobster, RM75.00
You get the best of both world...succulent piece of seafood and meat! Perfectly done!
 
 
Norwegian Salmon Oven-roasted, RM60.00
Norwegian Salmon oven roasted with tomato, garlic, bell pepper and rosemary sauce
 
Linguini with Lobster, RM35.00
Linguini with Lobster sauteed in tomato basil sauce with a dash of chilli
 
 
Lamb Shank, RM60.00
A portion of meat around the tibia of the animal, the leg bone beneath the knee cooked with a braised method for hours to achieve a savoury and rich flavoured.
 
 
 
 
Amanda's Birthday Cake, on the house

Happy Birthday Amanda!
 

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