Formerly known as Klimt serving authentic Austrian cuisine, the restaurant has undergone a face lift and menu change offering a variety of Continental European cuisine such as Viennese, Hungarian, Spanish and French whilst still continuing to serve some of its popular Austrian dishes.
The restaurant which is just a 10-minutes drive by car from Bangsar is located in a busy shoplot area of Damansara, with sufficient parking spaces. Another famous landmark to look out if you’re heading to the restaurant for the first time is Hock Lee’s Mini Market which is located in the same row as Chez Rose.
Walking into this restaurant, you would immediately be captivated by its clean demeanor and sleek ambiance. This is definitely a great restaurant to go to for entertaining guests and rekindle memories of good European cuisine. If you’re the more adventurous type, do try out some of their house specialities such as Ox Tongue, Paella or Herring Fillet.
A full review of this restaurant will appear in the October 2010 issue of KLue magazine. To read the review click me.
We were served with warm bread and herbed butter which went well with our freshly squeezed juice while we waited for our meal to arrive.
The Chez Rose Salad which was fresh, colourful and tasted crunch especially paired with the smoked salmon on the top.
The beef tenderlion was cooked just the way we liked it and served with crispy fried potatoes and brocolli which was so good! The blue cheese sauce tasted pungent yet moreish and addictive but non-cheese lovers beware as it might be a little too overpowering for your liking.
Truly an Austrian delight! We had warm apple strudel served with chilled vanilla ice-cream, the combination was delish and every mouthful was savoured.