Reggae Bar + Modern European Cuisine
Reggae Bar spreads its wings from Chinatown to the ever popular Changkat Bukit Bintang
Granted, the new reggae bar lacks the charm that we’ve come to love from the one in Chinatown, but all is not completely lost. Changkat is a fascinating area in itself so having Reggae Bar in this new location still gives its “I-am-in-Thailand” vibe – downstairs at least. Upstairs on the other hand is different altogether as Reggae Bar boasts that it is the 1st and only smoke-free restaurant on Changkat street. It’s fine dining too mind you, so the atmosphere is a little more intimate and classy.
Reggae Bar’s menu is eye-popping extensive with a signature dishes like the 1kg Marley Sirloin or Tenderloin (RM240) for you meat lovers and the Reggae Pasta (RM90) with fresh Venus Clams. You should also look into their impressive seafood menu like the Alaskan King Crab Thermidore (RM168) and King Crab Veggae (RM350). Other dishes also include the usual fanfare like pizza and pasta. For beer lovers, Stella Artois, Hoegaarden and Tetley’s go for RM19nett.
Wherever Reggae bar goes, tourists follow. Must be that Jamaican hospitality and charm
12pm - 10pm. Carlsberg RM10/mug and RM40/jug. Martinis RM14 and Mojito RM15. Bottled beers RM12 - RM16
Live Music, Reggae, Trip-hop
31, Changkat Bukit Bintang, KL (T: 012-661 8434). Open 11am - 3am daily. Valet parking available a few doors down
Miranda Yeoh (for JUICE)