Elcerdo “Nose To Tail Eating”

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Place: Elcerdo

Location : Kuala Lumpur near Star Hill
GPS Coordinate : N3 08.852 E101 42.455
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Address : 43 & 45, Changkat Bukit Bintang, 50200, KL
Contact No : 03-2145 0511
Website : http://www.elcerdokl.com
Business Hour : Checkout the pictures
Off Day : Checkout the pictures
Food Type: Fine Dining and everything about pork
Price: Premium
Payment Terms : Cash/Credit Card
Cleanliness Votes : 5/5
Food Votes : 5/5
Air Conditioned : Yes
Halal : No
Smoking and non smoking zone : Yes
Tax : 5% Gov and 10% Service

Recommended Foods : Roasted Suckling Pig and the rest let the captain amaze you

Recommended Drinks : Wine or some cocktails

The service and environment are absolutely fantastic. When we arrive at the restaurant, it is full house and not long in less than 5 minutes we got ourself a table. *REMEMBER* to book your table next time before you go or else you will need to wait for a very long time. The lightings, table and wall decoration a lot are related to pigs.

The restaurant is good for a romantic candle light dinner. All of sudden you will hear plates broken sound. Don’t worry. It is not the waiter’s fault for breaking something. This means that a suckling pig is served on someone’s table. In an identical ritual to the Greeks, they believe that this piglet must be cut and chopped using a plate and that the plate must be broken to bring you good luck and your wishes granted.

The piglet are just 3 weeks old and marinated for 2 days in white wine and then roasted for 4 hours before served to your table. All the piglets are imported from Denmark.

Overall we have a satisfying dinner for 3 and the bill doesn’t come cheap either. The bill total up RM442.75 for all the foods ordered above. This restaurant is a MUST visit for porky lovers. We will definitely be back to try out more later.

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