We didn't order the dishes ourself. Instead the person who invited us made the selection. He's a Concorde staff by the way and he sure knew what to order.
The meal started off with the appetizers. Everyone got a plate of the fusion sushi (below) and a selection of buns with a small bowl of cheese and another small bowl of olive oil + vinegar.
The Appetizer. It's some kind of fusion sushi. Instead of seaweed it's wrapped using some kind of vegetable. The filling consists of salmon and other ingredients that I couldn't really recognise. Super delightful stuff.
And then each of us were served starters.
Caesar's salad with enormous strips of smoked chicken. I'm not a salad person but I really loved this dish. The chicken was delicious and the salad was packed with grated cheese (not too much, just enough) which made it quite a bit tastier than your usual salad.
Another salad (not sure what it's called, probably Garden Salad). A little similar to the Caesar's salad above only without the chicken but made with some imported vegetables (that's what mother in law said).
Next came the soup.
By this time we were already full but the main courses had yet to arrive!
My main course. Something I've always wanted to try; Wagyu beef. Wagyu beef is said to be given massages and fed beer to improve its taste. The thin stips of Wagyu beef is seared while being wrapped around some enoki mushrooms. It was quite an experience... but not because I found it exceedingly great :) It was different... not the usual beefy taste you have come to expect. In fact it's a little flat. I was expecting something much beefier and maybe a little bitter (due to the beer!).
At this stage we were more than full but there were still desserts!
A slice of Chocolate cake with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. The chocolate cake was sufficiently rich.
Spices Restaurant and Wine Bar in Concorde Hotel, KL serves up great food but they are not cheap. You could easily spend RM100 per person here. I may be coming back here soon because I've got some vouchers to spend here :)