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They say Pisco Bar KL is a marriage of Spanish hot bloodedness and the poised, chic ambiance that you’ve come to expect in a cool bar.
During dinner hours, Pisco Bar introduces to Kuala Lumpur nightlife a great range of unique Peruvian and Spanish Tapas. But it is definitely after dinner when, encouraged by the raw and industrial sexy look of the interior, Pisco Bar acquires its unique character that caters to the unique mix of residents in this area.
Pisco Bar has created an eclectic urban chic atmosphere that attracts yuppie expats, trendy locals and international travelers for social gatherings, enjoying outstanding cocktails and live music performances, and dancing with some of the trendiest DJs in town.
By visiting Pisco Bar you will be able to taste today what the rest of the world will be eating tomorrow. Today, Peruvian cuisine has two main icons in the world. The first one is certainly Cebiche. The second, which you may already know, is undoubtedly Pisco Sour.
But what is new about Pisco Bar, though, is the approach to Peruvian cuisine, as it recognizes its influences and proposes a significant variety of some of the most succulent Spanish tapas.
Peruvian cuisine has been praised by the Spanish superstar Ferran Adrià and is quickly finding its rightful place in the world food scene. Peruvian cuisine, as with Malaysian food, is a unique blend of indigenous and colonial cookery traditions. With influences from Andean to Spanish, Japanese and Chinese to African and Italian.
Located strategically on 29, Jalan Mesui (just 2 streets away from Changkat Bukit Bintang), Pisco Bar is a great place to hang out for after work drinks and tasty tapas and bar snacks.
On the trendy section of Jalan Mesui Street with a few other great bars, Pisco Bar has become a reference in this alternative and trendy area of Kuala Lumpur.