Mamamon, Taman Desa
January 7, 2021
With twenty types of wine by the glass, spanning the south of France to South Africa, Spain to Argentina, costing RM20 to RM34 each, Mamamon merits a look for wine explorers. Each bottle is opened with the Coravin preservation device, which inserts a needle through the cork for pouring, prevents oxidation and enables the cork to be resealed naturally, as if it had never been opened. That helps to make Mamamon one of KL's few bars where you can order both a Sicilian Frappato and a Sardinian Vermentino by the glass (RM28 each).
The kitchen offers some interesting enticements too - the duck leg confit is chunky and more succulent than most (RM75.90; it's worth adding RM32 for a thick slice of foie gras), while the thin-crust pizza topped with crunchy pork lard and a creamy egg is as decadent as it sounds (RM17.90).
5-0-2, Jalan 2/109f, Taman Danau Desa, 58100 Kuala Lumpur. Daily, 11am-11pm.
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