Where To Find Really Good Beef Brisket In KL & PJ

Beef brisket for lyfe!

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Are you in the mood for some tender and juicy beef brisket?

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Wait, if you’re asking “Brisket? What’s brisket?“, it’s a popular cut of meat (beef) that’s usually slow-cooked for hours to produce a tender texture with a smoky flavour to boot.

Get your carnivorous cravings fixed at these places:

1. Burnin' Pit

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Indulge yourself in smoky beef brisket here at Burnin' Pit! Offering a selection of Japanese wagyu and top-notch Australian beef, the brisket here is cooked low and slow to perfection. Tip: For extra flavour, diners here can request for the fatty bits!

Address: The Burnin' Pit, No. 24, Jalan 24/70a, Desa Sri Hartamas, Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours:
12pm - 3pm, 6pm - 1am (Sundays - Thursdays)
12p - 3pm, 6pm - 2am (Fridays - Saturdays)

Contact: +6012 222 2042

The Burnin' Pit is pork-free.

More info on: Facebook | Instagram

2. Beard Brothers' BBQ

Round up the makan gang and head to Beard Brothers' to try their awesome meat platters, which come with a selection of beef brisket, pulled lamb, short ribs and roast chicken. They're best enjoyed with sides like coleslaw, mashed potatoes and baked beans.

Address: Beard Brothers' BBQ, PG-01, Persiaran Tropicana, Tropicana Avenue, Petaling Jaya

Opening hours:
12pm - 2pm, 6pm - 10pm (Mondays - Thursdays)
6pm - 10pm (Fridays)
11am - 10pm (Saturdays & Sundays)

Contact: +6012 319 0962

Beard Brothers' BBQ is halal.

More info on: Facebook | Instagram

3. Cowboys Food Truck

Known for their Texas-inspired menu, Cowboys Food Truck offers smoky, tender beef brisket as part of its popular Chuck Norris Platter. The brisket comes with a side of chicken chop and chicken wings with a choice of Spicy BBQ or Parmesan coating.

Cowboys Food Truck is halal.

Contact: +6019 251 8072

Get updates on their daily location on Facebook and Instagram.

4. Mom's BBQ

Known for their barbecued goods, Mom's BBQ is also a popular pit-stop for some brisket. You can choose to have it with a side of mac and cheese and coleslaw, or as a sandwich. You'll be in for a wholesome treat either way!

Mom's BBQ is pork-free.

Get updates on their daily location on Facebook and Instagram.

5. BRYCG @ Greenhouse By Muir

This restaurant is known for their New Orleans-inspired dishes and offers flavourful beef brisket as part of its menu. The dish consists of tender brisket, steamed vegetables, and a drizzle of sweet and smoky sauce. Simple yet satisfying!

Address: BRYCG, Greenhouse By Muir, No. 1, Jalan Nipah, Kampung Berembang Ampang, Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours:
10am - 11pm (Mondays - Fridays)
9.30am - 11pm (Saturdays & Sundays)

Contact: +603 4266 3189

BRYCG is pork-free.

More info on: Facebook

6. Quivo @ Pavilion

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For something a little more atas, Quivo offers their own take with their Braised Beef Brisket With Risotto. The flavourful wild mushroom risotto is topped with braised beef brisket. This is one indulgent dish you wouldn't want to miss out on!

Address: Quivo, Level 3, No. 168, Pavilion, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours: 10am - 1am (daily)

Contact: +603 2141 7711

Quivo is pork-free.

More info on: Facebook | Instagram

7. Sköhns Canteen

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Sköhns Canteen's meat platter is most definitely not for the faint-hearted, with its epic mix of beef brisket, pulled lamb, beef ribs, BBQ chicken, fluffy buns and mashed potatoes. You'll hit your protein goals for sure! ;)

Note: The meat platter is only available every Friday night.

Address: Sköhns Canteen, Level G, No.13, Jalan PJU 8/5G, Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya

Opening hours:
11am - 10.30pm (Sundays - Thursdays)
11am - 11pm (Fridays - Saturdays)

Contact: +603 7732 4116

Sköhns Canteen is halal.

More info on: Facebook | Instagram

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