Restaurants across the Klang Valley are welcoming the Year Of The Monkey with playful twists on familiar festive favourites. Here’s our rundown of 15 places for you to try this CNY.
Bulletproof coffee is not on Bungkus’ official menu, but this is one of the few venues in the Klang Valley that will help prepare it by request
Our (British) editor tries the yee sang ‘wealth toss’, a traditional Malaysian CNY dish, as well as some Italian fusion food and a super-rich dessert.
One of our favourite restaurants for meat, meat & more meat, this place carries on the tradition of turning the hog into the best sort of comfort food, from hard-to-find concoctions to crowd-pleasers executed with flair
Hokkaido’s Milkissimo opens its first outpost in the Klang Valley this month, offering gelato that fuses Japanese ingredients & flavours with Italian ice cream production values.
Friendly neighbourhood cafe, Chequers, has a bakery that specialises in imaginative savoury & sweet doughnuts worth devouring, alongside an array of house-baked bread & pastries.
Here’s one pantry that may be worth raiding: Lorong Kurau’s latest restaurant radiates a relaxed charm that remains true to this Bangsar street’s halcyon neighbourhood sensibilities.
This winsome first-floor hideout, which opens in the evening through late at night serves plated pleasures that come paired with house-made ice cream
Over the past 16 months, this restaurant has matured into a cornerstone of terrific cooking in Telawi, doing complete justice to the Catalan tapas bars that its founders David Caral & Jorge Fernandez & their team work extremely hard to evoke
One of KL’s most peculiar food pop-ups is serving Japanese canned food for 10 days only from 29th January 2016 to 7th February 2016