Service, food and environment is simply bliss. A must try. The owner himself is on the floor working and making sure everything is perfect. Customer comes first is like their number one objective. Visited twice and no disappointment.
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As the locals we LOVE Bras Monkey. I left KK for a decade, came back and still found the same great flavor and passion in each dish. As a hotelier and curious explorer, I travelled around the world, eating my way through the world from...More
Located near our nail salon. We pass by Brass Monkey everyday. Give it a try, and it still taste good like 10 years before. Highly recommended for steak & chops western food!
Very very very very bad food. The tenderloin I ordered sucked so bad. The oysters wasn't fresh as expected. Did not finish my steak. Pricey with this kind of food and bad environment with lots of mosquito. Dessert was bad too.
No doubt it is only an open air restaurant, it really looks chic and nice. The deco of the restaurant was special, and you will see the food menus all around the restaurant. Service was good and the food was ok. I would consider the...More
I chose this place as it was 12th on trip advisor in KK. We was unfortunately underwhelmed. The hospitality as with anywhere in KK/Borneo was great, very welcoming and couldn't do enough. The food however was average and overpriced. I had the wagu beef, the...More
As a UK expatriate, I can think of no better place to take colleagues or friends for an evening of casual enjoyment in KK. The service is attentive, friendly and humoured. The decor is eccentric and intriguing. The food contains some gems and the drinks...More
Very bespoke and unique restaurant with delicious menu and wine selection. Seafood, steak and chicken were all excellent. All four of us had amazing food and the service is the best I've experienced in KK. Owner Raj even treated us to complimentary aperitifs!! Definitely worth...More
Well... How can I describe Raj. What a man... Elegant, stylish, a true gentlemen in every sense of the word. It was once thought that chivalry was dead, that was, until, we met Raj. The kind of man that will never let a parched mouth...More