PRIME @ Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur – Steak

Beef Steak Prime Le Meridien

Prime @ Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur

Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur
2 Jalan Stesen Sentral
KL Sentral
50470 Kuala Lumpur

Lunch: 12pm – 2.30pm
Dinner: 6.30pm – 10.30pm

Reservations: 03-2263 7434

Beef Steak Prime Le Meridien


Went to Prime on the 12th of February 2019.

I made a dinner reservation via phone a few days earlier.

To my dismay, the previous 50% discount for Maybank card members was reduced to 30%. AND, it wasn’t applicable for Wagyu and Omi beef.

Settled for Black Angus tenderloin and rib-eye instead.

My Experience at PRIME

The purpose of the night was STEAK and nothing else.


Beef Steak Prime Le Meridien

It doesn’t take much for a steakhouse to make me happy; properly cooked prime and better-than-average wine will do the trick.

Prime combines superior food and excellent service and I feel more sophisticated when I sit here.


The total damage was RM353.75.

Dividend magic Prime Le Meridien

Got the 30% discount with Maybank’s American Express card. I use a variety of cards and e-wallets to maximize discounts and cashbacks whenever I spend.

A list of which I’ve compiled hERE for everyone.

Oribe Sushi – The Best Omakase in KL

Oribe Sushi KL Chutoro Otoro Tuna

ORIBE – Getting There

Ground Floor
Block C-1
Vipod Residences
No.6, Jalan Kia Peng
50450 Kuala Lumpur

Lunch: 12pm – 3pm
Dinner: 6pm – 11pm

Reservations: 03-2181 4099

My Experience at ORIBE

Went to Oribe Sushi for the second time on 20 December 2018 for a pre-birthday celebration. Reached a little early at 11.45pm.

I made a reservation at the counter for a better experience. We ordered 2 different sets – Iga and Oribe with plans to share.

In hindsight, I wish I had chosen the Omakase set. 

Iga –

  • Appetizer
  • Steamed Egg Custard
  • 8 pcs of the Chef’s Specialty Sushi
  • Sushi Roll
  • Miso Soup
  • Dessert

Oribe –

  • Appetizer
  • Sashimi
  • 2 Sides
  • Steamed Egg Custard
  • 5 pcs of the Chef’s Specialty Sushi
  • Miso Soup
  • Dessert

Arranged in no particular order, feast your eyes on the wonders of Omakase.

It means leaving it up to the chef to serve you.

And if you didn’t already know, the pics uploaded from Instagram are scrollable. 

Sashimi, Sushi

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Assortment. Sashimi army

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The Chutoro and melt-in-your-mouth Otoro were the highlights for both the sashimi and sushi for me.

Every piece was meticulously prepared by Chef Yasu. He explained each dish as he served them right in front of us.

Review on Oribe

The ingredients were all really fresh. Seafood is flown in directly from Japan. They make their own wasabi and garnishes.

You can tell that the chefs and owners are passionate about Japanese food through their well thought out menus and pairing of foods.

Oribe Sushi KL
The damage

The damage for two persons was RM542.90. It is pricey especially since we did not even go for the Omakase set.

Amex is accepted here for you cashback peeps.

Could’ve eaten free-flow wagyu at Hanare at an RM100 discount.  But! That being said, Oribe is well worth the price. The seafood served were fresh, very fresh and attention given by the chefs and staff were tip top.

If you’re planning to stop by Oribe, please do make a reservation in advance via the phone number above. Get them counter seats. Trust me. 

P.s. Use your hands when eating sushi. It’s the only way.