Here is a fluff free review of Opium, Bukit Bintang:
Notable Mentions: –
Overall Flavours: Average
Staff Efficiency: Good
Pricing: Cheap (RM 0 – RM 25) to Expensive (RM 60 to RM 100 and above)
Additional Information: The interior of this restaurant is unique, modelled after an opium den and scattered with opium pipes, which is fitting considering the name. The starters (cheese samosa, scallops, and tempura) were delicious but I felt that the mains were mediocre in flavour; my dessert, a liu sha bao, had too much flour and too little filling, which is the opposite of a delectable salted egg yolk bun. I’d recommend visiting this restaurant for dim sum or for cocktails as their selection of cocktails are interesting (and strong).
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