Vintry @ Jaya 33 has re-located to the Ground Floor of Menara Symphony. Vintry still offers a commendable range of wines. Established in 2014, Vintry has been receiving a plethora of mixed reviews and feelings so we’ll try and put this into a simple perspective of black and white and trying not to stray off to the lines of biases and whatnot.


With an atmospheric and airy space, its size is definitely ideal for special functions, events big or small, it is possible. The interior is neatly decorated with a woody/earthy theme that also looks like a wine cellar giving a warm and cosy ambience.


 Vintry’s menu take pride in their “Seriously Non-Halal” menu bringing it to a whole new level with a range of gourmet oven-baked non-halal pizzas complimenting the outlet’s range of wines, whiskies and beers on tap. Vintry’s serves comfort at its best so they say. The full restaurant menu at Vintry Jaya 33 offers a selection of Asian tapas as the antipasti (appetiser), platters of cheese or gourmet meats that’s perfect for sharing and the mains like BBQ pork ribs, Vintry Hokkien Mee, NY Strip Steak as well as their popular pastas to feast on because you can never go wrong with all that good old pasta. Their oven baked non-halal features gourmet toppings like chorizo and pork ham as well as a selection of toppings like caramelised roast pork, oriental shredded duck and grilled pork neck.


Aside from Vintry’s food experience, Vintry holds the largest selection of wines under one roof in Malaysia in shelves set up like a library style. So pop open a bottle of wine for that special someone or just to enjoy it leisurely. Now the whole deal of this place is not the good food, or its admirable collection of exotic wine but its dining experience itself that seems to be doing poorly just sometimes especially when they are short in staff.  

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Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

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