Mediteca, Fraser Place, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Mediteca, Fraser Place, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Mediteca, Fraser Place, Spanish, Mediterranean, best restaurant in KL
Brocheta de Solomillo con Salsa de Vino Tinto – Skewers of juicy beef tenderloin in a red wine reduction
Mediteca, Fraser Place, Spanish, Mediterranean, best restaurant in KL
Bocerones en Vinagre – Marinated sardines in white vinegar, garlic and parsley
Mediteca, Fraser Place, Spanish, Mediterranean, best restaurant in KL
Potatas Bravas al Estilo de Chef – Chef style potatoes 
Mediteca, Fraser Place, Spanish, Mediterranean, Best restaurant in KL
Ensalada de Queso de Cabra Cruijiente, Pinones, Miel y Tomate con Vinagreta de Balsamico – crispy goat cheese salad, pine nuts, honey and tomato balsamic vinaigrette
.Mediteca, Fraser Place, Spanish, Mediterranean, best restaurant in KL
Jamon de Vaca con Ajo Tomate y Pan – 120 day dry aged Spanish beef ham with garlic, rustic tomato and bread. 
Mediteca, Fraser Place, Spanish, Mediterranean, best restaurant in KL
Foie a la Plancha con Higos y Pure de Pasas – Seared foie gras with caramelized figs and sweet drops of pureed sultanas
Mediteca, Fraser Place, Spanish, Mediterranean, best restaurant in KL
Milhojas de Foie, Queso de Cabra y Manzana Caramelizada – millefuille of foie gras, goat cheese and caramelized apple
Mediteca, Fraser Place, Spanish, Mediterranean, best restaurant in KL
Crema de Calabaza y Jengibre, con Picatostes y Aceite de Trufa – Creamy Pumpkin and Ginger Soup with Truffle Croutons – As I lifted the lid off the black pot the smell of ginger hit my nostrils. Creamy pumpkin was given a pugnacious bite with this root but then balanced again with the oleaginous truffle croutons.Mediteca, Fraser Place, Spanish, Mediterranean, best restaurant in KL

 Espinacas a la Crema – Creamed spinach
Mediteca, Fraser Place, Spanish, Mediterranean, best restaurant in KL
Paella de Marisco – Seafood Paella – Liberal quantities of seafood with sticky rice in a heavy metal pan.
Mediteca, Fraser Place, Spanish, Mediterranean, best restaurant in KLPlatano Crujiente con Helado – Banana Fritter with Ginger SorbetMediteca, Fraser Place, Spanish, Mediterranean, best restaurant in KL
Lemon Pie a la Mediteca – Mediteca Style Lemon Merengue – served in a martini glass, no need for a crust just smooth tangy lemon curd topped with fluffy merengue and fresh berries.
(Mediteca has changed management since this article. We have not yet been back to check out the latest.)
Mediteca, Wine – 
Tapas – Deli, Kuala Lumpur
Walking into the sleek industrial ambience of Mediteca, we
heard the familiar cadence of Spanish reverberating from the kitchen. Latin
tunes enlivened the air, and the jovial hubbub of Chef Manuel Lopez only made
the anticipation of the preview of the lastest hip joint to hit the KL dining
scene more exhilarating. Decked with metal bar stools, air con ducting proudly
showing, wood tables and rustic paneling around the bar, the open space of
Mediteca, within clear view and earshot of the kitchen, is a set to be an
exciting place to dine.
The latest restaurant in Fraser’s Place, Mediteca will soon
be serving KLites a fine selection of Spanish/ Mediterranean inspired cuisine.
If the preview is anything to judge by, Mediteca will fast become THE place to
dine in the city centre. As they refine the menu and prices before opening, we
were able to sample an assortment of what is to come and already have some
favourites that we hope will make it to the final cut. Our top picks:
*  The Brocheta de
Solomillo con Salsa de Vino Tinto – Generous skewers of juicy beef tenderloin
in a red wine reduction perched atop a creamy bed of mashed potato. What can
only be described as a metrosexual dish – well groomed and smooth but still
masculine and desirable.
Mediteca, Fraser Place, Spanish, Mediterranean
Gorgonzola Croquettes
* Croquetas de Gorgonzola – Gorgonzola croquettes – really,
how can you go wrong with deep fried blue cheese?
* Bocherones en Vinagre – Marinated sardines in white
vinegar, garlic and parsley. Excellent! Like a Spanish woman, both attractive
and acerbic.
* Potatas Bravas al Estilo de Chef – Chef style potatoes
disguised as a cube with a pot of aioli cream in the centre. First bite
triggers a warm stream of mayonnaise to flood your mouth.
* Jamon de Vaca con Ajo Tomate y Pan – 120 day dry aged
Spanish beef ham with garlic, rustic tomato and bread. Being pork free, this is
a virtuous substitute.
Mediteca, Fraser Place, Spanish, Mediterranean, best restaurant in KL
Shot of Almond Soup
* Espinacas a la Crema – Creamed spinach – What better way
to get hubby to eat his greens than by bathing the freshest leaves in a tub of
cream?
Whispers say the wine list, once up and running, will be
just as formidable as the food. Mediteca is definitely a place to keep your eye
on these next few months.
Reason to visit:  Authentic Spanish dishes, lively ambience
Mediteca
Groud Floor, Fraser Place
Jalan Perak
Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
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17 Comments

  1. Wow everything looks really good! Now I'll wait till prices are finalized and then determine how many months I need to save up before I make a trip here. 😀

  2. Foie gras with figs and pureed sultanas sounds like a little plate of heaven! If Mediteca is anything like its brothers I expect the tapas will be superb. Only 11am and I you made me hungry!

    • Anything with figs grabs my attention! I wrongly misquoted in the first post. They actually have nothing to do with the Nero group. Just the teca bit is the same and the PR company.

  3. Food looks great, name sounds like some medical technology centre.

  4. This place is so close by my office! Will check out one day after work =)

  5. i have several friends who work within a five-minute walk of mediteca. if i were them, i wouldn't be able to resist popping in here very, very regularly, both for lunch and dinner, for the tapas! 😀

  6. wow… the first pic of the beef skewers already had me hooked…. love this place…. gotta convince hub to take me there…

  7. Food is oh so Scrumptious!

  8. I am not much of a rice person but I think I will dive into the seafood paella. It looks like a perfect happy dish…which I must say all the other dished you put up looks just as good.

  9. Food is good, but portions are miniscule (smallest I've seen anywhere in the world in all my travels the last 30 years.) And very expensive. A tiny glass of wine will set you back Rm30-40 ($10-15!) Expect to pay $200 for a meal that will actually fill you + drinks.

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