i've only been in KL for a couple of days and it seems like i've eaten at esquire almost everyday. i just always find myself in a mall where they have a branch. and it just becomes my resto of choice.
esquire kitchen offers chinese cuisine at affordable prices. servings are usually hefty here in kl, and esquire's are no different. here are just some of the items i've tried.
szechuan eggpplant - eggplants sauteed with pork and garlic chives, it is a well seasoned dish that strikes a balance between sweet and salty. loved it!
fried shanghai mee - i'd like to describe this as a hybrid of char kway teow, phad thai and pansit. ckt for it's bbq/smoked flavor, phad thai's ingredients like shrimps, eggs and bean sprouts and our own pansit's egg noodles or more commonly known as canton. huge serving!
the noodles range from RM 7-9 while the viands usually have two sizes and ranges from RM12-30. the szechuan eggplant is one of their bestsellers so it's a must try. nam heong, its sister resto serves good roasted pork as i've been told so if ever i get a lechon macau craving, i'll know where to get it. in case you find yourself hungry and there's esquire or nam heong nearby, check it out.
p.s. different branches different tastes. midvalley serves the best eggplants for me =). (ain't this a sign that i am totally addicted to esquire...been here for 2 weeks and i can no longer count the number of times i've eaten here)
esquire kitchen/nam heong