• Sarah Voon

Review: Acme South, Bangsar Village


Matt loves American food and he knows all about Southern cuisine. So when one of my colleagues told me about this place, I knew I had to take him here to test its authenticity.

The interior of Acme South.

The smoking area.

Acme South's rustic looking signboard.

Iced Latte (RM15). They even give you a cute little jug of sugar syrup.

Matt's fried chicken mac and cheese (RM33), which he felt was "too much mac, not enough cheese".

Truffles mushroom wontons (RM19). The wontons were drowned in Thai chilli sauce, which overpowered the truffle taste.

Crispy Cajun Chicken (RM27) - a little messy but as Matt says, "Southern food is all taste and no presentation". It is a little heavy for brunch though.

We had nachos as well, but for dinner. We didn't see it on their lunch menu. This dish packs a punch with hidden jalapeños scattered throughout.

The cheesy wedges were very good. No complaints. 

The jambalaya (RM23) is a small but filling portion. It's available on both their lunch and dinner menus.

The milkshakes there are notable and worth a try too.

Acme South,

Bangsar Village

67, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur

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