+-*For fans of fruits, this cafe-store yields a bumper crop of the orchard’s fresh harvest, from Malaysian mangosteens, ciku, pomelos & strawberries to Korean pears & grapes, Spanish peaches & lemons to South African persimmons & tangerines, Taiwanese guavas & New Zealand green kiwifruits to Japanese apples.
+-*One of KL’s top gastronomic events of 2015 unfurls this week at Mandarin Oriental.
+-*Here are seven places in KL and Selangor for pretzels.
+-*There’s a new Nyonya restaurant that tries to transport the flavour of Malacca to KL’s Taman Desa neighbourhood.
+-*Two Sons Bistro is a family affair, founded by married couple Steve and Ida with a name that represents their two toddlers, Riley and Rylan.
+-*It’s definitely a dog-eat-dog world out there, but here inside OUG’s latest cafe, the innocent bliss of puppy love prevails. Hangout at The Hound and…
+-*Charlie’s, located in Taman Desa, is a cheerfully likeable neighbourhood eatery with a social conscience, opened by Malaysian couple Sonny & Debra.
+-*Casting a ‘rye’ look at TTDI’s new German bakery-cafe, run by a two-nation collaboration that includes Oliver Rollar (who has lived in Malaysia since 2000),…
+-*The Kobe is raring to jazz up the city’s Japanese restaurant scene, with a singularly ravishing poolside setting in Ampang that might prove magical for moonlit meals & group gatherings.
+-*KL’s playground for pretzels promises fun for patrons & palates of all ages, parading a carousel of doughy delights with tantalising twists at its two…