This post is brought to you by Vintry.
Vintry is a cheeky rule-breaker, happily serving its “seriously non-halal” menu to hungry-for-pork diners. With a menu boasting a succession of porky delights and over 1,200 different wines to choose from (including 16 available by the glass from Vintry’s state-of-the-art Enomatic wine serving system), owner Wong Yin-How has brought the wine bar experience to the Malaysian masses.
As You Enter…
Entering Vintry, we were immediately greeted and seated; a choice between stylish barstools, comfy armchairs, or lower tables. I glided along the dark wood flooring, passing the abundant line-up of wine bottles on show. “Malaysia has traditionally been a beer-drinking nation; however, locals are now taking an interest in wine,” explained Yin-How, who developed a passion for wine while studying abroad.
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