kermis (506) The Hague / Amsterdam , Netherlands | January 30, 2016
Standard Brussels Beer Café menu (12 taps and a selection of Belgian bottles) in a slightly dark depressing courtyard area. As with all of these places, the selection is unexciting but OK. Service is decent and prices are the normal Malaysian high.
Brussels Beer Cafe is located on a very busy road and looks just like any other bar-restaurant in the area. I swung past here for some food and a beer. Beer selection is world’s away from the likes of Taps, but they do offer some Belgian & German beers not readily available elsewhere in KL. Not exactly unusual beers but I couldn’t complain. I actually opted for more local Connor’s stout, because I didn’t see this elsewhere on my visit. Food was decent enough, but service was a touch slow considering it wasn’t overly busy. If you are in the area perhaps stop past, but if you are looking for beer head to Taps Beer Bar instead!
eManu (41) Kuala Lumpur & Brussels, Belgium | October 22, 2013
Tried it in Ampang & PJ.
Been there about a month ago, what a disappointment. All the beers I wanted where out of stock. Only bad beer there, same old beers as everywhere else. Nothing Special. and the food, was just bad. bad. sad. Poor service, when you ask for a beer, they don’t know, when you tell them the food is off, they don’t know. Will not waste my time to return here!
The draft beer selection isn't extensive and there is nothing of particular note. The most annoying thing about this place is that they are constantly running out of their draft beers. I'm sitting here now and almost half of a poor selection is unavailable. Expensive, yes, but when compared to the price of Tiger in the city It's not so bad. The bar is fine even though it's sometimes used as a temporary storeroom. Most people sit outside anyway. The food here is usually good though. This place needs to improve if it wants to compete, but sadly it's going downhill.
Noisy road side cafe. Not much I can add to the other reviews. Pricey and dull beer list BUT for KL it offers something different from what else you’ll find around town. Be aware that tax and service is not included in the price advertised.
Halfway in between the Bukit Nanas and Raja Chulan monorail stops at Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan P. Ramlee. 8 place marble looking bar with a half dozen tall tables and corner mounted flatscreen TVs with sound. Two dozen tables outside, some under cover of parking complex (which creates the ambiance).
Lots of authentic logo glassware. No smoking noticed inside but cigarettes sold. Above a erage beer lineup, with emphasis on wheat beers. 15 percent off on happy hour (2 to 8). Most beers about $7 or $8 USD. Young Friday happyhour crowd.
Noteworthy are: Konig Ludwig, Franziskaner, Connor’s Stout, Belle Vue Kriek on draught. Leffe Brune and Nlond we on the board but not available. Interestkng bottles included: Chimay, Duvel, Tripel Karmeliet, Kwak, Maredsous, and Erdinger.
Food included soups and salads, meats, mussels, all from $7 to $10.
Well lit ace wit lots of windows, mirrord, glassware and framed beer prints. Almost an urban oasis if it wern’t for the cars driving by on three sides.
Office building bar with a healthy after-work crowd, has a nice vibe when the patio is full. Interior is tiny compared to the patio. With the fountain in the courtyard, is a pleasant place to sit. Happy hours shave a few bucks off per pint but not much, it’s Malaysia and prices are high. Does not look like a good place to eat.