Grilled Meat with an Asian-twist in TTDI


Located in the heart of TTDI, The Fire Grill is one of the latest food joints in this suburban neighbourhood.  As you enter the restaurant, you’ll be greeted with ‘Fire Me Up’ signages – a quick giveaway on what to expect. Whilst most grills eateries take their inspiration from the Midwest, this chic and contemporary restaurant takes pride and passion in serving grilled dishes with an Asian twist!

Here are some of the MUST try:


It’s their specialty because of two solid reasons:

  1. It’s reverse seared
  2. It’s sprinkled with a fine masala blend


300g – 330g of Australian grass-fed beeff is cut and weighed accordingly and then dry-rubbed with a blend of masala spices. It is then placed in the oven until the temperature of the steak hits 46° C. It is then sealed to retain its freshness. Before the rib eye hit the grill, it’s brushed with a spice marinade. This cooking method makes the steak incredibly juicy and tender. And it truly is. With its deep char lines and smokey aroma, it was a promise that every bite full of rib-eye would be a glorious one.


This double cut lamb rack (250g – 300g) is marinated for over 24 hours in a mix of tandoori spices. If you’re not a fan of lamb because of its strong fragrance, perhaps you would like this because the spices neutralize the lamb’s gaminess. With its char from the grill, the lamb chops were evenly cooked, slightly pink – just the way we like it. We thoroughly enjoyed the rich and wondrous flavour of these tandoori lamb chops.


If you favour white meat, then try this Grilled Mackerel with a Japanese twist. Marinated in Mirin, Japanese soya sauce and honey, the mackerel is grilled to perfection. The flesh is soft and the sections of the fish just peels off easily from this 180g – 200g Norwegian blue mackerel.

What we love about this place is that the grilled meat takes the center stage. The dishes are paired with a simple side of greens; just enough for a proper, balanced meal. If you like more sides, fret not, they do have some Asian-inspired accompaniments that are hard to say no to such as turmeric cream spinach and spicy raw papaya salad.


If you’re looking to wind down after a meal, or simply after a long day at work, the gin bar is open every evening. They have a selection of 15 styles of gin mix with various flavours of tonic water. Whether you opt for something peppery, citrusy, earthy or sweet, you’re bound to be truly satisfied to end the night with a good glass of gin.

For more information, please visit:

Facebook:  The Fire Grill

Operation Hours:

Sunday Closed

Monday – Saturday  1130 – 1430; 1730 – 2330

Location: 24, Jalan Datuk Sulaiman, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

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