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The Smokehouse @ Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru

I used to frequent Bangsar’s Telawi neighbourhood. And when we do, we would end up concealing ourselves with high tea or cafes without noticing the newcomer in town; or we would rather called it the hidden gem nestled at Jalan Telawi 3.

If you plan to chill out in a homely English themed eatery, try the Smokehouse, an outlet that offers a mixture of Western, especially English & Thai cusine that will surely tantalize your tastebuds. Smokehouse serves a medley of delicious dishes throughout the day, from breakfast through to dinner! We were lucky enough to enjoy a hearty lunch cum lavish high tea with compliments from the manager, Dennis with our besties, AiWei & KampungboyCitygal.
Used to operate at the KL city centre, the Smokehouse is now moved to Bangsar Baru. Be sure to visit for a homely atmosphere.
Another praise: Their Thai chefs were previously with Rama V!

#1 Ambiance
Loving the aristocratic elements of this outlet while bringing out the vintage sentiment of the English epoch. Old school table and chairs, fireplace and decorative basics like the classic telephone & record player were some atmosphere enhancers.




#2 Starters & Appetizers

Grilled Mushroom with White Wine Sauce - RM15
Mushroom grilled ideally with strong garlic flavours and dashing white wine


Mieng Kam - RM15
It was odd to enjoy Thai fares in a Western styled restaurant, but we’re glad they do as the sauce of this appetizers married well to it. Appetite stimulating.


Chor Ladda - RM15
Flower shaped dumpling stuffed with minced chicken. The fillings will rock your tastebuds :)


Poo Nim Tod - RM18
Deep fried soft shell crab. Dip these crispy little sweethearts into the chili sauce for extra flavours.


#3 Our SIX memorable Main Course

Chicken & Mushroom Pie - RM28



the mash that comes together with the pie

Roast Lamb Shank - RM32


Roast Sirloin of Steak with Yorkshire Pudding - RM38


Beef Wellington - RM48


Grilled Cod Fish - RM38


Signature Thai style Fried Rice


#4 Desserts

Bombe Alaska - RM28
Burried within the meringue are cherries, fruits & shortcakes that will set ablaze when torrent, fired up brandy are poured onto this dessert mount.


Mango with Sticky Rice
Surprisingly the sticky rice turned out to be the main character as it was really fragrant.


#5 English High Tea
Our High Tea Set – Prettified with delicious scones and petite sandwiches and cakes that will surely tally great with an English cuppa or coffee.


#6 Beer with us
Ai Wei with 3 pints of Hoegaarden
Take note that the Happy Hour is throughout the day :)


#7 Go vintage with us


Chilling on the couch at the fireplace


The men, their beer and their banquet

The Smokehouse
67, Jalan Telawi 3,
Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: +603 2288 1510
Business hours:
Weekdays -11am to 12am
Weekends - 11am to 2am
(located next to Chawan & Madam Kwan's)

p.s: The Smokehouse is also known as Ye Olde Smokehouse at Fraser's Hill & Cameron Highlands


mimid3vils March 14, 2010 at 7:01 PM  

A cozy place to enjoy 贵妇的下午茶huh... :)

ai wei March 14, 2010 at 7:10 PM  

smokehouse serves good quality food. i miss their chicken&mushroom pie a lot. and bombe alaska. that's a very interesting and special desserts :)

qwazymonkey March 15, 2010 at 1:08 AM  

it's such an odd mix of Thai and English dishes all in one meal. Personally, I missed the one in Camerons and its scones while enjoying the cool air.

iamthewitch March 15, 2010 at 10:48 AM  

Ah I love the cozy interior! And of course the food did look sumptuous! Will try there one day :)

taufulou March 15, 2010 at 2:58 PM  

awww..the place look so classic~
sure the meal is complete with hoegarden~ slurppp

Frat Mustard March 15, 2010 at 3:25 PM  

I really enjoy reading blog posts like that... so nice to see you all so happy... hanging out together. Very healthy for the industry and for the blogging community.

You guys rock!

Simon Seow March 17, 2010 at 2:09 AM  

The lamb shank must be Lex's

thule a.k.a leo March 17, 2010 at 4:42 PM  

breakfast :) the magic word!!! now I can bring Sher Ryn there to eat...

~Christine~Leng March 17, 2010 at 9:03 PM  

haha... enjoying afternoon tea in a cozy restaurant is really enjoying!

yes they do dear. really love that pie. yummy! i know u are still dreaming of that 'happy' dessert! haha

we felt that oddness too :) but they're still great. We would love to enjoy scones in their cameron outlet. heard from the manager, it would definitely be a different atmosphere and experience.

pretty sure u would love it gal. Can go there dating with saucer :)

~Christine~Leng March 17, 2010 at 9:05 PM  

haha.. beer makes it perfect! :)

Frat Mustard~
aw.. thanks Frat. you rock too!

wrong. haha. We shared everything! ;P

how old is Sher Ryn now? can tag along with mommy and daddy for breakfast now. haha.

Miu March 18, 2010 at 9:38 PM  

wow great post n review! thanks so much for writing about this ^__^

ling239 March 21, 2010 at 10:29 PM  

tat's a lot of Thai in this western restaurant.... for a moment i tot i got the title wrong...XD

Lilian March 24, 2010 at 12:51 PM  

Your post with awesome picture arrangement already drives my gastrointestinal movement crazy=] Will try it =]

Anonymous December 18, 2010 at 10:42 AM  

Does it serve American breakfast? i mean the vry original taste of american breakfast?

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