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Arthur’s Day Celebrations at SOULed OUT Sri Hartamas and Ampang

To Arthur!
SOULed OUT Sri Harts & Ampang
Raise Their Glasses to
Arthur’s Legacy, A Remarkable Beer & You

arthurs day

Come Saturday 8 September, SOULed OUT Ampang will play host to Guinness lovers in a night filled with great Guinness deals, Guinness infused food and exciting activities

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Copacabana New Year’s Eve SOULed OUT Sri Hartamas

7atenine, WIP and SOULed OUT Sri Harts & Ampang!
Four Fabulous Outlets Fete The Festivities With Feasting & Fun

Copacabana New Year’s Eve SOULed OUT Sri Hartamas

Japan, Brazil, Goa, Ibiza, Arabia……..these are some of the settings where you can celebrate New Year’s Eve in inimitable style. Exceptional festive cuisine, luscious brews and funky entertainment will ensure that you, your friends and family usher in 2012 in style.

SOULed OUT Sri Harts – Copacabana (31 December 2011)

The vibrancy of Brazil provides the backdrop of a wet, fun filled New Year’s Eve party titled Copacabana! A beachy atmosphere abound with sand, sea and surf décor complemented by vivacious dancers and drummers will ensure that you greet 2012 with flourish. Kick off your shoes and get barefoot to boogie hard to DJ Augie’s cool dance music. At the stroke of midnight, be enthralled by a spectacular world class musical fireworks display befitting a celebration on Copacabana beach itself!

Upon arrival, be welcomed by a glass of tipple of your choice before you sink your teeth into a fabulous buffet with fresh oysters, Caldo De Res (Brazilian Beef Soup), grilled meats & seafood, Moqueca (Brazilian seafood stew) and loads more. Ticket prices: RM150 nett per person with first drink.

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SOULed OUT Ampang

soul out ampang
SOULed OUT Ampang

I was in for a great treat at a new place along Jalan Ampang here in the city located nearby KLCC named SOULed OUT Ampang. I just love the interior and the deco of this newly born restaurant, to be precised its their 2nd outlet, the famous first in Sri Hartamas. The invitation came very handy as I get the first peek of the place, loved it. Very chick and yet kept to full of simplicity. Lots of wood came into play, from table to wall paneling to the ceiling.

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Merry Guinness Celebration at Bull Dog Pub and Cafe

Guinness stacks @ Bull Dog
Stacks of Guinness

Last friday we attended the “Merry Guinness. Share the Magic this Christmas” celebration at Bull Dog Pub and Cafe, Sri Hartamas.
It was fabulous even there were slightly rain. There were spread of goodies across the long table, can be seen the roasted lamb, truly solid grilled sausages, crisp deep fried chicken wings, mashed potatoes and lovely curry chicken.

bulldog poster @ Bull Dog
Bulldog Poster

There were such a magical Christmas feel at the Bull Dog, upon seeing the people gathered enjoying a great chat over a pint of Guinness can be truly beautiful. Pairing the drinks Guinness with the food that night was an overwhelming experience. I was having mashed potatoes with curry, it was truly amazing feeling. it brought back a lot of fabulous memeories of my abroad experience.

santa @ Bull Dog
Santa in Action

people @ Bull Dog
Bull Dog Pub was already crowded at 5.30pm

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Arthur’s Day Guinness Infused Dishes

Arthur's Day Bus
Arthur’s Day Bus

This year, 24th September The Arthur’s Day 2010 celebrated in a big way, not only through music but as well as food. As at Souled Out, Jarrod & Rawlins, Royak Oak and as well as Finnegan’s, delectable Guinness infused dishes were showcased. As the celebration was gearing for the countdown I was invited to sampled such creation at Souled Out in Sri Hartamas. What makes the night so special, the The Arthur’s Bus was there too and I got to have a tour in it.

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DIM SUM Grand Imperial Sri Hartamas


We had preached yet another weekend YUM CHA ritual (tea drinking) and this time we had it at Grand Imperial Restaurant located at Sri Hartamas. It was a lovely place to perform the Dim Sum’ing spiritually. The place had a great ambiance, making the experience just full of comfort and having to chopstick into the Chinese tapas cuisine was speechless and enjoyable.

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chap goh mei
The beginning of 2009 had been great to BigBoysOven especially this Chinese New Year as we had been attending to a few Chinese New Year celebration cum Loh Sang. Yet two tickets to Souled Out Chap Goh Mei Clebration arrived at our doorstep. I was informed that Souled Out’s CNY celebration can be very extravagant, fascinating and something not be missed. The line up for the night was a chines buffet dinner, acrobatic show brought in from China, Lion Dance celebation and display of fireworks.
The buffet spread was plenty that night, lots of variety to pick from, roasted duck, roasted chicken, delicious giant garupa fish, prawns, mixed vegetables, lotus rice, noodles, soup, lots more . . . . not forgetting the chinese desserts too such as handmade mochi, kuih kochi, lots of fruits and not forgetting lots of large mandarin oranges. Not only that each table were given a large plate of “Loh Sang” to start off with the celebration . . . . . the night kicked off with such a gourmet of food.

We Ate Our Hearts Out . . . . . . .@ SOULED OUT


Caesar Salad – RM 16 Choice of roast beef (or chicken), on a bed of crispy romaine, croutons & egg.
This time the makan kaki’s headed to Souled Out at Desa Sri Hartamas for a dinner. We were served with this caeser salad and I love the way it was being served here, crispy, tasty and great aroma of parmesan cheese.
Sakura Denbu Salad – RM18 Sakura denbu, katsuoboshi, nori and dragonfruit on a bed of mixed leaves, drizzled with japanese style vinaigrette
Then came this salad named sakura, woh sound just like one of my ex but this one was very unique, very sexy and asian in taste indeed. This japanese vinaigrette was something rather unique, blended so well to my liking and taste . . . . truely fusion I would put it.
Mango Prawn Salad – RM 18 Succulent prawns, plump mangoes, creamy avocado cubes in a zesty dressing
This one is so refreshing to my taste, just so desireable for an instant marriage, the prawns were well sized and the mango was just deliciously sweet, blended so well with the salad leaves, just so thai. As I forked into it, I found my favourite acavado . . . . just spot on!
Beefed Out Pizza 8inch-RM 23 11inch-RM 28 Beef pepperoni, beef bacon, beef ribs….all beefed out!
When I arrived at Souled Out I saw this wood fire oven and I said to myself that I must have this wood fire pizza as I like the natural burning tast and aroma. The pizza arrived was a thin based pizza, the topping was enough just right and I like it crispy as it was. It did live up to my expectation and almostly when on unnoticeable.
Deep Fried Calamari-RM 18 Crispy and crunchy squid rings in a secret batter recipe.
My nephew and niece tagged along with me on this occasion and I ordered them their all time favourite dish deep fried crispy calamari. The first batch came, it was delicous but not that crispy the way the kids would love them but the second batch came ( we requested for more crispy), this time it was awesome, crisy in the outside, soft and tasty in the inside (not rubbery at all) . . . . .
Gosht Colapuri-RM 14 Mutton cubes braised in black pepper, onions, fresh tomatoes and chilli
The mutton was cooked to a certain of perfection, soft and tender . . . braised well as it reminded me of a good indian’s curry take away down Soho, London. The smell was not too bad but the bread did complemented the dish and yes I prefer having it with bread rather than a portion of rice.
Butter Chicken RM 22 Boneless chicken cooked in a creamy, tangy butter sauce.
The butter chicken tasted good too but I prefer the way the mutton was presented that night. The chicken was chunky and flooded with awesome sauce.
Sang Har Mein- RM 28 Wanton noodles with large fresh water prawns, deep fried and doused with egg gravy.
If you are looking for “Sang Har Mein”, I would recommend this one, awesome delicious, just blow my brain out. The sauce was tasty, yummy and the noodle was done perfectly. I almost fainted seeing such huge prawns topping . . . . . . well I was lying, I was very conscious but I wanted the dish all for myself . . . . . hehehehhe!
Spicy Square Fried Noodles – RM 14 Bean sheet noodles fried with chicken, prawns and bean sprouts.
The presentationon the dish was done so perfectly, yet another fusion. The noodle was hidden in a deep fried bean casing and prawns dangling on the box too. The noodle was perfectly friend and not too chiili hot.
Jerk Style Snapper – RM 25 Spicy snapper fillet coated with jerk spices. Served with mixed sautéed greens, chips and Creole sauce.
The snapper was just a bit over done, but the sauce complimented the dish well. I just love those chips so agreed with the kids.
Lamb Shank – RM 33 Slow cooked to perfection. Surrounded by mashed potato and chunky vegetables.
As a lamb shank lover, I just can’t stay away from this one. It was perfetly done perfectly tender to my liking and the sauce was truly delicious and went so well with the mashed potato.
Souled Out Shooters S.O.S – RM 60
10 Margarita Test Tubes
Choice of flavours(max 2 flavours)
Pannacotta RM 10 Italian style cream mousse infused with vanilla beans. Choice of topping: raspberry / caramel
This was my babe of the nite, silky, smooth and just awesome, just sweet enough . . . . . . better than my playmate of that night.
Lava Cake – RM 12 Warm moist chocolate cake in praline sauce and cashew nuts, topped with Haagen-Dazs vanilla ice cream
This really warm me after all thos txic and deadly drinks, something to refreshin after a long dinner , . . . Haagen-Dazs what more can I ask . . . . . I would love to play and indulge it on my bed! . . . . . . . . . . I still dream about my souled out . . . . . . Sunny Yaw
With me too that night was Jason Lioh aka Big Eater who loves his food, Joshua Ong aka the event dictionary man, Andrew aka Mr Hunk, Kelvin aka the Foodhunter, Sueme aka I will sue You, May aka Lovely Prioncess and Syd aka The Adjunct Guy!


Cafelink (M) Sdn Bhd
No. 20, Jalan 30/70A,
Desa Sri Hartamas,
50480 Kuala Lumpur.

Reservations : 03 2300 1955
General : 03 2300 1929
Fax : 03 2300 1989
Email : yum_yum@souledout.com.my
Official website : www.souledout.com.my
Functions : 6012-361 6522
Booze Cruiser : 6012-200 1955

Malibu Sunrise – RM 50
A Blend of Alsolut Vanilla, Malibu, Cointreau, Pineapple juice, Grenadine, Lime juice, Cranberry juice, Orange & lime slices

Green Peace – RM 35
Limber up to the taste of white rum, Midori, dry orange curacao, sugar cane juice and pandan flavoured syrup

Lemon Lychee Martini – RM20
Vodka, Lychee liquer, fresh lemon juice, lychee syrup

Soul Sensation – RM23
Combining Vodka, Triple sec, Jasmine syrup, brown sugar, Red chili, Fresh ginger and lime.

The White Mountain of French Alp Mountain(Mont Blanc)

What rings in my head with the word Mont Blanc , that would be the well craftsmanship of writing instruments, well designed and hand crafted just as what I do with my cakes. But in Japan, you can find almost virtually some sort of stuff called Mont Blanc in most of the cake shop. Getting a well crafted pen in a japanese cake shop?

Well, it is not a writing instrument but it is rather a well designed and crafted dessert. Mont blanc is a dessert made of meringue, whipped cream, and chestnut cream whose name seems to come from its resemblance in appearance, apparently, to the French Alp moutain Mont Blanc. This chestnut dessert has a huge popularity in Japan. You will come across varieties of Mont Blanc being presented by different patissiers such a few names, chef Jun Honma(Chez Cima), chef Yoshiwa Takasugi(Mikage Takasugi), chef Shinji Ebisawa(Les Entremets de Kunitachi), chef Yasuhiro Suzukia(Noel) and many more. I also came across such lovely dessert at Le Cordon Bleu and also with chefs Anita & Sanny(Jam Bakery).

So I decided to explore a simple version of Mont Blanc. My version of Mont Blanc would consists of tart shell, instant custard, chestnut mousse and cooked whole chestnut. It is simple to make as you can prepare the tart shell a day advance and the rest will only take a while. The only problem with this recipe, you need to pre-order the chestnut puree in advance from the ingredient shop as there are not stockable. You will only see them stock up in supermarket such like cold storage during pre-christmas.

I have seen chestnut cake at a cake shop at Sri Hartamas Shopping Complex and a different version of Mont Blanc at at small cake shop in the old wing of Bangsar Village.

This Mont Blanc may look cute, petti and light but it can be heavy after consuming. My salute to Mont Blanc. Hope you will explore this lovely Mont Blanc soon.

Luv Sunny Yaw
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