Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Mercato Pavilion has always been a highly accessible shopping destination that was known for having a wide range…
Novotel’s flagship restaurant, The Square, recently introduced all-day set meals with financially sensible incentives
Plated desserts that reveal playful secrets, served in a cheerful, creative cafe.
The Zao of Zen: This calm new cafe is a white-walled haven for daytime dreamers, open purely for breakfast and lunch (starting at 6am on…
Catering and delivery service Hakka Tale is offering two types of kitchen-made bak zhang for this year’s rice dumpling season, prepared by a matriarch with decades of experience (both in restaurants and at home) in Hakka cuisine.
Bangsar’s new hive for local fare brings the neighbourhood together for everything from nasi dagang to fish ball noodle soup in a community-spirited setting filled with rustic touches and fun flourishes (take a seat on the swing or the repurposed bathtubs).
The Dark Gallery casts a new, relatively refined light on the chocolate experience, allowing for an appreciation of cacao in a nuanced, thoughtful fashion.
Telawi’s latest restaurant marries Mediterranean warm fare with Korean-inspired desserts and drinks.
Warm, crunchy waffle bowls, filled to the brim with ice cream, cake slices, fruits, nuts and more
Speciality tea sometimes seems to take a backseat to coffee & boba milk varieties in Malaysia, but Patrick Wong & Trevor Chung have made it their mission to help change that.