Lot G (E) & 002
Ground Floor, Mid Valley Boulevard
Lingkaran Syed Putra
59200 Kuala Lumpur
T: 03 2282 6001
Ladies love Library….
This archive of inebriants houses the largest selection of vodka and the widest collection of beer in this country. The Library’s second outlet is inspired by feedback from over 3000 ladies in a survey and is no less impressive than its sister branch at The Curve.
If you like kickin’ it on stage, Thursdays’ open jam sessions are for you. There will also be charades (for the ladies only) every alternate Wednesday – prizes include vouchers worth up to RM6000!Â And expect the occassional fashion show and head-to-toe make-over sessions as well.
Clientele Mostly young and successful females. The gentlemen will surely follows.
Music policy Loungey, jazzy and retro.
Drinks There are 12 types draught beer selling by the half pint (RM26-RM28), and pint (RM34-RM38) as well as barrel (RM888-RM2688). Bottled beersÂ include Carlsberg Profile Bottle, Skol, Tetley’s, Asahi Superdry, Budweiser, Cascade Lager, Hoegaarden, Leffe, Franziskaner Hefe-Weisbier Hell, Savanna Dry Premium Cider, Grolsch, San Miguel and Paulaner Wheat (RM20-RM36); as well as Trappist Beer, La Trappe (RM30-RM48). Try their signature Mother Of All Martinis (RM98) cocktail, served in a gargatuan martini glass.
Happy Hours From 12nn-10pm, the Beer Platter comes as 7 glasses of selected beer at RM78 (RM98 after 10pm). Fom 12nn-6pm it’sÂ 1 for 1 pint for selected beers, 2 jugs of Carlsberg goes for RM68, while Tuborg and CoronaÂ goes for 4 bottles for the price of 3. From 6pm-8pm Tuborg and Corona is 4 for 2. And at 8pm-10pm it’s 1 for 1/2 pint for selected beers,Â Carlsberg atÂ RM78/2 jugs and Tuborg and Corona bottles at 4-for-1.
Food Bangers & Mash (RM26.90) is a big hit, other favourites include Mac n Cheese, Stuffed Chicken Valentino and Steak n Guinness Pie (RM23.90-RM34.90).
Dress code Smart casual.
Door policy No cover charge.
Open Daily 12nn-3am.
Parking Park in Mid Valley for RM1 for the first 3 hours, RM1 for subsequent hours on weekdays (max RM7); RM3 for the first 3 hours, and RM1 for subsequent hours on weekends/public holidays (max RM9).
Images Yeni Chan + Ariff Yusoff