The Magnitude of Flavours at The Majapahit

The Majapahit Arcoris Mont Kiara

The Majapahit at Arcoris Mont Kiara celebrates the ambrosial decadence of Southeast Asian cuisine in a tropical setting where one finds out how to feast like a king.

Newly launched at Arcoris Mont Kiara, The Majapahit has quickly become a favourite in the area. The menu selection is truly dedicated to the flavours of Thailand and Indonesia, with some influence of Vietnamese and Malaysian tastes too. Courtesy of Chef Pak Isan Santibi, who also helmed the menu curations at Bumbu Desa and Ginger Thai Restaurant in the past, the menu at Majapahit (though has not been fully launched) is just as good. Drawing inspiration from the Majapahit kingdom which was deemed one of the most powerful empires of its time in the entire Southeast Asia; it makes perfect sense that the menu resonates influences from Thai and Indonesian cuisine.

The Majapahit Arcoris Mont Kiara
A feast fit for a king at The Majapahit featuring favourites from Thai, Indonesian and Malaysian cuisine.

The Majapahit started us off with their signature appetiser special; their Spicy Seafood Tom Yam which was just the right amount of lightness with tender seabass fillets and seafood medley with each sip.

The Majapahit Arcoris Mont Kiara

For mains, we had Curry Galore which featured four curries representing four nations that inspire their main cuisines. The Thai Red Curry Beef and the Malaysian Prawn curry are spicy and perfect for those who love a kick of chili in their palate. We found that Indonesian Squid Curry was very unique and it had a good balance of spiciness and mild sweetness which paired well with their Thai Green Curry Chicken. This platter is a good choice for group dining as it caters to different taste buds all-in-one.

The Majapahit Arcoris Mont Kiara
The Curry Galore (RM52): Thai Red Curry Beef, Thai Green Curry Chicken, Indonesian Squid Curry and Malaysian Prawn Curry, served with a side of Chapati Bread & Cassava Crackers.
The Majapahit Arcoris Mont Kiara
The Maha Rice Royale (RM48): Thai Pineapple Fried Rice, Thai Fried Rice, Malaysian Kampung Fried Rice and Indonesian Fried Rice.

Of course, no curry would be complete without a fair share of our staple food—rice. The Chef hit home with The Maha Rice Royale which is a quartet of fried rice dishes. Like the curries, there were two mildly flavoured fried rice as well as a two fried rice dishes which packed a punch in terms of spiciness.

The Majapahit Arcoris Mont Kiara
Thai Stir-fried Baby Kailan (RM29)
The Majapahit Arcoris Mont Kiara
Crispy Flying Fish ( Ikan Nila Goreng Sunda) served with sweet-and-spicy dark sauce (RM50).
The Majapahit Arcoris Mont Kiara
Spicy Seafood Tom Yam (RM32).
The Majapahit Arcoris Mont Kiara
Coconut Butter Chicken (RM23).
If you’re one for having plain steam rice, The Coconut Butter Chicken and Crispy Flying Fish would make a dream team of an ideal lunch meal. The chicken was succulent and tender which was a contrast to the Flying Fish which provided the crunch and texture to the taste buds. Also, you would not be disappointed with the Thai Style Baby Kailan as it prepared with traditional flavours with a twist from the addition of chopped ginger flower.
The Majapahit Arcoris Mont Kiara
The majestic feature which is the focal point of the restaurant.
The Majapahit Arcoris Mont Kiara
Bar and lounge area.
The Majapahit Arcoris Mont Kiara
Tropical chic décor which sets a calm mood within the restaurant.
The vibe in The Majapahit is tropical chic—in addition to the bright green hero wall that is the focal point of the premise, the decor includes a lot of tropical elements with pops of golds. The Majapahit may be a quaint place to lunch but it picks up its tempo at night when the restaurant comes to life with their DJ deck and bar. They offer a long list of yummy cocktails and extensive wine list for those who fancy a drink (or two). Speaking of cocktails, The Majapahit is offering an all-day happy hour as their opening promo until further notice.

For reservation or inquiry on events, please refer to the details below.

The Majapahit

Lot No. G8, G9 & G10,
Ground Level, Arcoris Mont Kiara,
No. 10, Jalan Kiara, Mont’ Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.

Operating hours:
Sunday – Thursday :12:00pm till 12:30am
Friday & Saturday: 12:00pm till 1:30 am

Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheMajapahit

Tel: 03-6411 7097/ 016-226 1878

Shamrina Rose

Shamrina Rose

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