Home Food Reviews Beato Steakhouse, Bangsar

My father said the darndest things when my siblings and I were growing up. There was this thing about not eating watermelon or orange seeds because a tree would grow in my tummy. And then there was one where he insisted I ate my beef well done so I wouldn’t get mad cow disease and die. :shock:


Ribeye steak with dijon, wholegrain and sweet mustard

I spent more than 10 years eating beef that was cooked to death before discovering the wonders of medium rare (and sometimes, rare), and never looked back since. It was by chance that we dined at Beato Steakhouse in Bangsar so all pictures were taken using my Samsung S4.


Fresh bread rolls with salted butter and olive tapenade

Beato comes highly recommended by many of my readers, all singing praises about the dry-aged beef. Upon seated, the waiter came by with a chalkboard of the types of steak cut and weight available that night; I made my choice and stated my preferred doneness.



The bruschetta (RM15) comprised white country bread slathered with cream cheese and topped with cherry tomatoes, balsamic vinegar and honey. This was good stuff – creamy and rich in flavour with tangy accents from the dressing.


Dry Aged Ribeye

I initially ordered a 280gm ribeye, which came medium done as opposed to the medium rare I requested. Second time around, it was beautiful. 330gm of juicy and tender goodness (RM38 per 100gm), served with a side of honey, wholegrain and sweet mustard.


Medium rare


Assorted mustard. I liked wholegrain best.


Garden Salad


Sauteed Mushroom

The aging process allows the fat to oxidize and levels of umami to increase, so you get a steak that is tender and flavourful. I had my meat with a side of sautéed mushrooms (RM15), and the garden salad (RM19) was complimentary from the chef for the initial glitch.


Rack of lamb


Breadcrumbs crust

While the steak was good, it was rif’s main course that stole the show. This was a really good lamb rack (RM55) – seasoned and crusted with breadcrumbs, and cooked to juicy perfection. The meat was fork tender with a tasty rim of fat. So good, I tell you!


The lamb was delicious!


Small dining cubicles

Service was attentive and polite but the staff could use a bit more training. All the above came up to slightly less than RM250, without alcohol. Pretty reasonable considering the portion and quality.

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Ambiance: 6.5/10
Price: 6/10
Food: 7/10 (pork free)
Verdict: I really enjoyed the ribeye and lamb rack. And the bruschetta is pretty good too!


Bangsar Baru outlet

Beato Steakhouse
No. 24-1, Jalan Telawi 3,
Bangsar Baru,
59100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2202 2405

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Pinky March 4, 2014 - 4:13 pm

thanks for the recommendation. Was thinking of a place to celebrate hubson birthday next month. Mouth watering lamb and ribeye.

Bangsar Babe March 4, 2014 - 4:23 pm

No prob. Am glad the review was helpful. Happy Birthday in advance to your hubby! :)

Baby sumo March 4, 2014 - 10:04 pm

Have been wanting to try this place too. Glad to read both steak n lamb is good here. Thanks for the heads up.

Bangsar Babe March 5, 2014 - 9:54 am

Yeah, I was pleasantly surprised myself. Give it a try and let me know what you think! :)


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