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I would describe it as a modern private wedding venue. Passion Road offers wedding packages with Asian or Western menu. The food received very good comments, taste wise. Everyone loves the delicious mushroom soup, assam laksa and brownies. However the set menu food portion may be too small and the dishes get cold. I can already imagine my uncle saying "Aiya, not used to gwai lou food, have to go supper later." If your relatives are comfortable with western or fusion food, this will be a perfect choice.
Alternatively go for the buffet where there will be plenty of food. The only problem is your guests may have to queue up for a long time if the group is big. With everyone walking around, it can be a little messy. Try not to max out the space. I once attended a garden wedding, the tables were set up on a wet grass compound after an earlier heavy downpour. It was definitely challenging for the ladies who walked in their lovely stilettos.
The ambiance of this venue when lighted up at night will blow you away. Just by looking at the photos, I could already feel the excitement and love being emitted in the air. Very pleasant environment no question. The guests will be surrounded by nature, they can see trees and greens and beautiful ornaments all over. Don't forget about the cooling system, have sufficient coolers/ fans to ensure a comfortable celebration that will be remembered for a long long time. On the flip side, the PIC is hard to contact. Tables are scattered in different sections of the restaurant and not every guest could have a good view. There is no elevated stage.
Photo by Wloon Photography: http://www.wloon.com/2013/01/wedding-steiner-eve-passion-road-kuala-lumpur | Jan 2013
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Source: iamthewitch.com | Jul 2011
Ryan + Joanna (Oct 2013) by JohnPoh
A purple butterfly church solemnization ceremony at Passion Road outdoor
|Outdoor solemnization ceremony|
|(http://munkeat.com/?p=1118) Andrew and Penny's Wedding; photos by MunKeat|
We had our wedding dinner reception a year ago in Passion Road and was very happy with the food. While food tasting experience wasnt very positive, after some face to face discussion with Vinz I think their kitchen crew got it right. Laksa was simple awesome. Another commendable matter was how our concern on mosquito was handled. Fogging was done pretty thoroughly lol. Generally we are happy to recommend this laidback venue to anyone who prefers a more casual and homely environment for a wedding =)
Gosh, my experience with Passion Road was so bad! Our wedding planner said she never worked with anyone THAT bad. The guy Vinz never calls back and will not help you to do anything. They just want you money! Do yourself a favor and don't use them!
Passion Road was indeed beautiful but HOT. However the concept was brilliant. Instead of typical Asian-style of sit-down-and-wait-for-food-to-be served for the entire night, people are FREE to get rowdy, i.e. hovering around meeting other people, roaring with laughter, dancing to the music and eating heartily. Wall partition and pillars - blocking the view.
White drapes, ceiling ball lights and mirrors helped to enhance the ambiance. No stage. Pork-free. Asian buffet menu would generally be loaded with really spicy dishes. There were positive feedbacks on assam laksa and brownies from some of our guests while roast lamb recived mixed reception with some commenting that it was awesome, some mentioning that it was not fresh. Two-line buffet queue for a crowd of 250 pax would take anything more than 30 minutes or even up to an hour. Otherwise, while table d'hote may save the irritation of human traffic jam, it may not be great option to ensure that the food served would be optimally warm, especially dishes that would be served at later times. Do take note that food tasting is not complimentary service but 50% discount is entitled for clients.
Ambience ia good but the mosquitoes spoil the environment. I was here for friends wedding. Food, ambience, decor, all ok, but the ventilation is quite poor. Maybe better if they install mist fans.
Attended wedding dinner here, poor service, left the place still feeling hungry.
During my first visit there, our major complaint was that the venue was warm and stuffy, even though there were ceiling fans provided. This time around, they added more fans on the pillars, as well as several units of giant coolers surrounding the area. It was a very pleasant environment with plenty of air flow. I always loved the lighting and decoration at Passion Road – the chandeliers and warm orange lights set the right atmosphere and mood for not only the couple but the guests.
Add: No.16, Lorong Yap Kwan Seng, 50450 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: (603)2166 7111
Email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Rental for outdoor solemnization ceremony: RM5000
Passion Road Wedding Packages details for 2013. from RM120nett per pax
Package includes: free-flowing RO water, free-flowing RO water, welcoming drinks, candlelights and basic fresh floral arrangement (gerberas and roses only), table runner, mosquito-fogging done a night prior to the wedding,
Does not include: wedding favours, invitation card, guest book, PA systems and multimedia equipments, Air coolers, Wedding dummy/ real cake
Buffet table set-up > up to 300 pax
Table of 10 set-up > up to 150 pax