Wild Wild East gallops this month into KL’s untamed frontiers of upmarket street food, bringing a maverick take on cooked-to-order beef, lamb, chicken & fish.
Here are 10 places for Japanese skewers in KL and Selangor.
Vino Vino, a discreet destination in Phileo Damansara is not exactly a crowd magnet, but it merits a mention for its sticks of enjoyably crunchy chicken skin alongside plenty of other yakitori dishes.
Moku proves to be a protein powerhouse; we liked everything we tried here – skewers of chicken liver, pope’s nose & cheese tsukune and so much more.
For residents of Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kushi Raku is determined to deliver traditional Japanese soul food in an izakaya setting.
With robust crowds for mealtimes in Mid Valley, Grand Harbour has become one of this mall’s solid bets for Chinese cuisine. Two new promotions – set meal packages & mid-autumn mooncakes – currently supply a strong introduction to this restaurant.
Taking over from Makishima at Sheraton Imperial Hotel, Sasagawa tackles the traditions of Japanese cuisine with confidence.
If you’re looking for a calm, beautiful hideout for lunch or dinner, Vanilla Sky is a solid bet, since it’s secluded & remains undiscovered by the crowds.
Come on Sundays for brunch and bid au revoir to your diet by partnering some Champagne with La Vie En Rose’s speciality platter of foie gras and pear on toast, croque madame with mushrooms, smoked salmon omelette, fruit salad & sauteed potatoes, complemented with artisanal croissants, danishes, bread, butter & luscious jams.
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