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Restaurant Lucky Bo

Lucky Bo

Restaurant, $$, Fusion, Bangsar
Restauranteur Ed Soo christened the community café after his beloved pet dog
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  • ReservationYes
  • Accept Credit CardYes
  • Dress CodeSmart Casual
  • Vegetarian DishNo
  • Bring Your Own BottleYes
  • BuffetNo
  • CorkageRM60++
  • Car ValetNo


Eclectic but well-loved by the Bangsar crowd, Lucky Bo leads a double life as a community café by day and a charcoal grill after dusk. Creative pasta dishes such as the Spicy Hong Kong Typhoon Shelter Prawn Spaghetti, Creamy Duck Jamon Carbonara and Ed’s Spaghetti’s Nasi Lemak assume centre stage during lunch hour on weekdays, but expect a complete change of concept come nightfall, as the restaurant transforms into a carnivore’s paradise.A Josper charcoal oven is the restaurant’s pride and joy, as it is in the belly of this beast that Spanish suckling lamb, Tomahawk steaks, and herbed spring chicken undergo the Maillard reaction. For every order of the said Tomahawk, the staff will present a smoking plate of char kway teow cooked with beef drippings. All Lucky Bo needs to attract customers from farther afield is a comprehensive feather-dusting; from the look of the restaurant’s weathered menus, something tells us that the ‘new’ items aren’t so new anymore.


On the topic of libations, Lucky Bo was making tuak cocktails long before it became cool in KL.


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