Monday, June 27, 2016

Mr. Tush @ Plaza Damansara

Soul food & cocktails, a partnership we can't resist: Mr Tush has the potential to be a genuine attraction at Bukit Damansara. 

The kitchen should be formally launched sometime next month, but for now, customers can savour snacks like a comforting stew of chicken sausages with homey hints of rosemary & garlic (RM25), a grilled turkey-&-cheese sandwich that's meant to evoke a Cubano (RM20) & tender chilli-spiced chickpeas (RM12). Sip on cocktails like a Dark & Stormy or Old Fashioned (RM30) while Sinatra, Darin & Armstrong croon in the background. Mr Tush's founder Tushar Durante indicates that the eventual menu will showcase exciting inspirations from across the globe - expect Indochinese influences to share space with revamped recipes that borrow cues from the Middle East & India, like a Bombay-spiced sloppy joe & a chai whiskey sour.

Mr. Tush @ Medan Setia, Bukit Damansara
37, Ground Floor, Plaza Damansara, Jalan Medan Setia 1, Bukit Damansara, Kuala Lumpur. 
Currently open Mon-Sat, 5pm-11pm. Tel: 03-2093-3717

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  1. Ahhhhhh!!!! Kacang kuda! Adding curry leaves to it sure brings the taste to a whole new level, very nice!

    1. Suituapui: yes! i do like chickpeas in general, and it's always fun to see it on a contemporary menu ;)

  2. Oh, Tush is part of the owner's name. I was thinking that I'd be seeing some 'rear-end' type of food here! :D

    1. Contact.ewew: haha, yeah, i was tickled by the restaurant's name too. i thought it was merely meant to be cheeky ;)

  3. Indeed a different type of combination from the usual.

    1. KY: yep - i didn't manage to have the bombay sloppy joe or the chai whiskey sour, but i will check it out sometime! :)

  4. Goodness, this looks amazing. And agree with contact.ewew. :)

    1. Lux: glad you like it! ;) and yeah, the name will definitely arouse a lot of curiosity :)