Apollo Dining @ Bangsar

Cross-cultural culinary mash-ups have come a long way. Yet, authenticity remains elusive at gourmet restaurants, which led us to seek out dishes created by great chefs. The manipulation of ingre­dients, techniques and culinary know-how are top rate at the restaurants like Apollo Dining, where East and West are fused plausibly and the results should be acceptable to even the pickiest gourmet.


Also in today’s F&B arena, serving great food just isn’t enough anymore. To complete a guest’s experience, restaurateurs continue to step up their game to offer Instagram-worthy interiors complementing their picture-perfect menu items that are sure to spice up anybody’s feed.

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Design and cuisine?
That’s Apollo Dining


The restaurant combines a contemporary take on its food offerings with stunning aesthetics.

However, the downside was = under the par service, considering the price we paid for, at such higher end restaurant
The staffs weren’t very attentive but thanks to their food and ambiance, it was generally forgiven.


Tiger Prawn Dumpling – RM30
with Japanese Tobiko


Garlic Prawn – RM40
infused with ginger garlic & Spanish Paprika


Potato Croquette – RM15
with caramelised onion & Apollo’s sambal

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Pan seared Grouper Fillet – RM40
with grilled asparagus & Apollo’s secret sauce

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Chilli Crab Squid Ink Pasta – RM48

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Risotto – RM38
with duck, goji, mushroom & cheese


Great lightings for photos too!
Was here to celebrate BFF Citygal’s Birthday!


28, Jalan Kemuja, Bangsar
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: 03-2201 7565
Opening Hours: 
11am – 11pm (Tuesday – Thursday)
11am – 12am (Friday – Sunday)
Close on Monday

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