My stay in Kuala Lumpur has come to an end but I did not leave without trying out a few more restaurants because honestly, this country has so much food to offer!
Be it local or international cuisine, Malaysia, particularly Kuala Lumpur has got all sorts. Also, Kuala Lumpur being one of the most visited cities in southeast asia, it is quite inevitable that more restaurants are trying to cater to both tourists and locals. Most Malaysian restaurants have fused their dishes with western cuisine or some would even offer both western and asian cuisine.
Hugos by Modesto's is the latest outlet by Modesto's restaurants. Located at Empire Damansara, Hugos by Modesto's oofers the best of local, regional and international cuisine with each dish.
The restaurant's high ceilings and wide spaces is perfect for events and parties. Every Friday, it transforms into a dancefloor for their Salsa night. The wide glass windows also offers an amazing view of the city,
A few weeks ago, I was invited by Hugos by Modesto's to try out their signature offerings. I had a wonderful experience trying out their best dishes/
Beef burger (RM32)
Nicoise Salad (RM32)
Malaysian Satay (RM15 half dozen, RM30 1 dozen)
Vegetarian Springroll (RM18)
Crema di Funghi (RM18)
Hawaina Pizza (RM36)
Fish and Chips (RM36)
Mashed potatoes and wedges (RM12 each)
Linguine Ala Modesto's
Hugos by Modesto's signature mojito
one of the best mojitos I have ever had. It was refreshing yet has that kick you'd look for in a mojito.
tortina al cioccolato (Rm22)
Hugos by Modesto's is not just about quality dishes. Their excellent service and the perfect ambiance of the restaurant is what makes dining here a memorable experience.