I visited Finnegan's Pub for a quick pint while in Kuala Lumpur in December 2005.
In common with most pubs in the Malaysian capital, the beer is pretty expensive. I had a pint of the cheapest draught beer, Tiger (RM23 + 5% tax + 10% service charge).
There is a large selection of beers:
Beamish Stout (RM29);
There is a large choice of bottled beers, ranging from Skol (RM13.50) to SN Spitfire (RM30). Most bottles (Budweiser, Corona, Fosters, Heineken, Paulaner, Stella, Tiger, VB) cost around RM20.
The restaurant has an extensive food menu with various soups, sandwiches, pizzas, meat pies, roast dinners, steaks and assorted desserts.
There are a number of wooden tables with umbrellas outdoors, while the air-conditioned interior has several large screen TVs showing live sport.
Supposedly an expat bar - but there was a good mix of locals there too.
Fantastic music, great crowd, reasonably priced drinks and a good dart board ;)
Go Finnegans Sri Hartamas!
Go for the large comfy couches near the entry.
Dress Code: Rules: Smart Casual
unWritten Rules: Anything you want.
Hahahah - Frank would absolutely KILL me should I not mention Finns - btw - tq for the flowers ol chap. Anyways, Finnegans Bangsar - (and Hartamas) is a must see for any traveller to KL. Its not in KL proper admittingly but its worth trip and a club hopping scene is brought to an art form here. Mind you, service can be a tad bit slow due to the amount of PATRONS! And where else do ladies drink for free on Sat's ???
Dress Code: Casual - from dressed to the 9's to flip flops - but mostly smart casual here.
Holy! Gosh... hmmm what can I say about Finnegan's?? Well.. one thing is for sure.. You don't want to miss it!!!!
Dress Code: As you please - also one thing that is nice about Finns.. no dress code