Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Hard Rock Café Kuala Lumpur: Smoke, Fire & Spice


Grilling Up International Flavours with Smoke, Fire & Spice Menu



It’s all about having a delicious time at Hard Rock Café! Starting August 1, Hard Rock Café Kuala Lumpur is setting some Smoke, Fire & Spice to your meal. Available for a limited time only, the Smoke, Fire & Spice menu will be available at participating Hard Rock Café franchise locations across the globe and Hard Rock Café Kuala Lumpur is one of them.


Hard Rock’s Smoke, Fire and Spice menu is filled with flavours. From its variety of specialty rubs, seasonings and sauces, diners are in for a delicious treat with choices of chicken, beef and shrimp. Order a main course of your choice of meat or shrimp and it comes with a plate of naan bread, sesame slaw and Monterey Jack cheese.


Whether you opt for the tender beef, chicken or shrimp, these skewers have great spice flavours and are served hot on a warm skillet. The skewers comes with a bed of roasted vegetables for extra goodness.





Another highlight of the menu is also the range of sauces that is specially created for respective Hard Rock Cafes in the world. For Hard Rock Café Kuala Lumpur, there are six choices of sauces to choose from. All sauces are inspired by the various cuisines in the world and each one has their own delicious flavours.


Hard Rock Café Kuala Lumpur is serving up steaming-hot and fajita style, with the Smoke, Fire & Spice sauces:
  • Gojuchang (Korea) – a savory and spicy mix made from slightly fermented vegetables, dried chili peppers and garlic, inspired by flavors of Korea
  • Kalbi (Korea) – a mix of soy sauce, fresh garlic, ginger and sesame seeds, this spice packs a sweet heat inspired by flavors of Korea
  • Harissa (Morocco) – a mix of dried chilies, coriander, ground caraway seeds and garlic that adds a bit of kick, inspired by flavors of Morocco
  • Chimichurri (Latin America) – a tangy mix of parsley, cilantro, basil, garlic and black pepper, inspired by flavors of Latin America
  • Piri Piri (South Africa) – a scorching mix of chili peppers inspired by flavors of South Africa
  • Barbacoa (Mexico) – a savory mix of chipotle peppers, cilantro, red onion, cumin and lime juice, inspired by flavors of Mexico

If I have to pick two, my personal favorite is the Harissa and Piri Piri sauces because of their bold, spicy and piquant flavours that really elevated the meat and shrimp to wondrous flavour levels.




And while one is at Hard Rock Café Kuala Lumpur, one should definitely order their Jumbo Combo, Hard Rock Café’s signature appetizers all on one huge plate. Great for sharing, there’s the Signature Wings, Onion Rings, Tupelo Chicken Tenders, Spinach Artichoke Dip with Parmesan Flatbread and Potato Skins.






These are served with honey mustard, hickory barbecue and blue cheese dressing. The Signature Wings are awesome, crispy and juicy with bombs of flavours. The golden Onion Rings are crispy and great dipped into the sauces. Tupelo Chicken Tenders goes so well with honey mustard sauce. Potato Skins are just so good on its own already and the creamy Spinach Artichoke Dip is oozy hot and delicious.

And one should not leave Hard Rock Café Kuala Lumpur without having their famous Hot Fudge Brownie and Mud Pie!


The Hot Fudge Brownie is huge in portion and great for sharing. Digging into a thick ooey goeey slab of dark chocolatey and fugdy brownie served with a large scoop of vanilla ice cream and topped with an avalanche of whipped cream. A dessert made perfect in every combination…


The Mud Pie is equally fabulous with its cookie crust filled with coffee and chocolate ice cream finished with hot fudge and almond flakes. Once you had a bite, you’ll want to keep going back for more.


Super love their Strawberry Basil Lemonade and Wildberry Smoothie as both drinks had just the right balance of freshness and fruity notes.


HARD ROCK CAFÉ KUALA LUMPUR
Ground Floor, Wisma Concorde
No 2, Jalan Sultan Ismail
50250 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +60-3-27155-555

Facebook: www.facebook.com/hardrockcafekualalumpur

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