Neo Tamarind

 

Neo Tamarind
19 Jalan Sultan Ismail
50250 Kuala Lumpur
T: 03 2148 3700
www.tamarindrestaurants.com
www.tamarindsprings.blogspot.com
http://samadhiretreats.com

The new zen….
A stone’s throw away from the party hotspots of Jalan Sultan Ismail (opposite Equatorial Hotel), Neo Tamarind is a stunning oasis best described as ‘the new zen’, a domain where you can immerse yourself in the experience of global gourmet tapas, sensual house music and exotic cocktails. The sound of running water at the entrance will divert your attention from the piercing noise of the city below and the uber-cool green space within offers the illusion of being out-of-town. There’s no escaping Neo’s distinctly urbn vibe though. Hypnotic liquid walls, a colossal chandelier and the galactic bar – the longest in KL – are main features of Neo’s interior. Its biggest attraction has to be its Saturday residency, Stilletto which features some truly breathtaking aerial acrobatics – involving a pole. Sexy!  

Text Ben Liew
Images Neo Tamarind + Euseng Seto

Clientele Working professionals and executives out for after-work drinks and fashionistas.

Music policy Local and international DJs play nightly. DJ Marxo plays chillout, lounge and deep house, DJ Bernie plays lounge and upfront house, DJ Sito plays chill out, lounge and Balearic house, and Haze provides the musical direction.

Drinks Popular cocktails are Orange Brulee, Black Forest, Apricot Cider, Balzamic Fraich and Desire Myrtille. Salut!

Happy Hours 5pm-7pm.

Eats Pork-free contemporary Asian. Try the Hot Air Agent, a coke-glazed lamb loin with oven-baked garlic and gorgonzola; the Hot Liquid Agent, white cod stewed in mushroom with caramelized onion and veal Stock Reduction; or the Blow Torch Agent, foie gras with mango puree, oven dried watermelon and mint salt, and er, be blown away.

Open Mon-Sat: 6pm-1am; kitchen opens from 11.30am-2.30pm and 6.30pm-10.30pm. Closed on Sunday.

Dress code Smart casual. No shorts or slippers, boys.

Door policy No cover.

Parking Valet parking available for a modest RM4, otherwise parking in the area is hard to find.