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MEET THE ALL-NEW SUCCESSOR OF HOTEL EQUATORIAL: EQ
Female Magazine, Nestled right in the centre of Kuala Lumpur is an iconic name you may have heard from the ’70s, Hotel Equatorial. Since its inception, it’s garnered international fame as a premier five-star destination. However, the hotel officially closed its doors in 2012 to usher in something bigger and better.
THE ICONIC HOTEL EQUATORIAL RETURNS AS THE SNAZZY EQ
Free Malaysia Today, If the names Blue Moon, Sabayon, Kampachi, Nipah and Etoile bring back memories then you’re in luck as they’re back. Bigger, better and trendier with tantalising newcomers Bottega Lounge and the swanky Sky51, this is the continuing story of the Equatorial, now re-branded EQ, a name that embodies high standards of service and hospitality.
KAMPACHI – LET THE CHEF DECIDE
The Malaysian Reserve, Omakase, interpreted as “I trust you”, is a sequence of dishes that lets the chef decides their customer’s menu. In a good Japanese restaurant, being hesitant about what to order also means that the chefs could flaunt their skills and creativity, making omakase one of the exclusive orders. At Kampachi Restaurant — located on the ground floor of the refurbished EQ Hotel, the omakase menu highlights both cooked and raw dishes.