Mr Chew’s Chino Latino Bar is having this Free Flow Premium Sake on every Thursdays evening! So … Thursdays, some Thursdays, maybe just once a month, not all (though I wish), you can find me up here in Mr Chew’s Chino Latino Bar, enjoying cups of aromatic rice wine, at free flow within 2 hours!
Free Flow Premium Sake
Available on every Thursdays
From 6pm to 8pm
Priced at Rm 68++
Comes with some bite-sized treats
Little did I know, Dajin Beverages has partnered with Mr Chew’s Chino Latino Bar to have this Sake Free Flow on every Thursdays evening, serving premium sake along with some small bites to go with the drinks.
On both of the times I have visited, I was served with Suigei Tokubetsu Junmai (with a drunken whale on the bottles) from Kochi Prefecture, it was clean with a soft dryness, flavourful and easy to drink; and Tsukinoi Hikoichi Karakuchi (red) from Ibaraki Prefecture, this sake is dry with a sharp finish.
Some small bites from the kitchen to go with the sake. I compiled both my visits in this post.
Mr Chew’s Famous Fried Chicken Wings
Rice Noodles Spring Rolls
Homemade salt and pepper prawn tofu with papaya salsa
Also some items we added on …
Nori Taco (Rm 28)
With sushi rice, salmon belly and salmon roe, tobbikko mayo.
This small plate doesn’t come affordable but it is a must-order if you are here. The combination goes well, so does the flavour too. I like how it went so well with the Tsukinoi Hikoichi Karakuchi. They brought out the umami-ness and each other’s flavours.
Glutinous Crisp and sticky rice cakes (Rm 17)
Sweet and spicy glaze; crispy and chewy.
Pan seared barramundi with spicy tamarind chilli sauce, coconut cream and pineapple, avocado ginger flower salsa (Rm 75).
With such description from above, we had no clue what it tastes… until we tried it on our own. It resembled the flavour of assam laksa with a thin texture yet very appetizing and flavourful! We couldn’t stop digging the laksa soup to go with our rice too! Too addictive! Portion is really huge, that’s why it is stated a bigger thing (good for sharing among 3 – 4 pax).
We also had this Mr Chew’s Special Fried Rice (Rm 25) to go with our fish. It was stir-fried with lots of ingredients and extremely fragrant.
Coconut & Mango Ice Kacang (Rm 35)
Coconut ice kacang with mango ice cream, fresh mango, young coconut flesh and almond nibs. A refreshing dessert after some drink and the portion is nice for sharing.
There is another new dessert known as Sesame Chocolate Noodles looks interesting too! Gonna check it out next time.
How could I not come over here with my sake partner-in-crime?!
We also got a taste and two of their interesting infused sake.
Mr Chew’s Chino Latino Bar
The Penthouse, WOLO,
Bukit Bintang Street,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-4065 0168