July 2017 – We would like to invite food blogger and food social media influencer to join our upcoming food review project – The Relaunch of Pisco Food.
Project: Introducing NEW & their signature Pisco food.
Official hashtag: #piscofoodreview #piscobarkl
About Pisco Bar
They say Pisco Bar is a marriage of Spanish hot bloodedness and the poised, chic ambience that you’ve come to expect in a cool bar.
During dinner hours, Pisco Bar introduces to Kuala Lumpur a great range of unique Peruvian and Spanish Tapas. After your dining session, encouraged by the raw and industrial sexy look of the interior, Pisco Bar acquires its unique character that caters to the unique mix of residents in this area.
Pisco Bar is famous for creating an eclectic urban chic atmosphere, enjoying outstanding cocktails and live music performances, and dancing with some of the trendiest DJs in town.
Cuisine: Peruvian and Spanish Cuisine.
Drinks on the bar:
From left to right:
- Salted coconut espresso Martini RM 38 – gold rum, espresso, kahlua, salted coconut syrup
- Nice and Sole RM 36 – Rum, sloe gin, fresh lemon, mint leaves
- Pisco Spice RM36 – Pandan syrup, kafir lime leaves, egg white, lemon juice
- Chili passion martini RM 34 – Vodka infused with lemongrass, chili, passion fruit syrup
- Gin Mare Twist RM 44 – gin mare with thyme tincture and grapefruit
SIGNATURE – Cebiche Tasting RM44: Cebiche is a typical Peruvian dish made of fresh, raw fish & seafood, quick-marinated.
SIGNATURE – Pisco Tapas RM68: Comprises deep fried baby squid, Pisco Parmigiana, Mushroom croquettes, Grilled chicken skewers & chorizo (Spanish cured pork sausage) lollipop. The Pisco parmigiana is basically our take on the eggplant parmigiana and consists of layers of sliced eggplant, cheese and tomatoes.
EXPLORATION – Spanish pork ribs RM48: Pork ribs are marinated with Spanish paprika, honey, salt & pepper then pan-fried with chorizo (Spanish cured pork sausage), bacon, beer and potatoes.
SIGNATURE – Spanish Seafood Paella for 2 pax, RM80
NEW – Elephant Ear RM48: This name is a direct translation from its Spanish name. It is actually grilled thinly pounded beef steak topped with tomatoes and capers.
SIGNATURE Churros RM18: This is a typical Spanish dessert made by frying unsweetened dough pastry and then dusting it with sugar. Pisco’s churros are soft and light inside and slightly crispy on the outside. Served with a chocolate dip.
*Photo credit: Food blogger Pui Yee and Angie Tan