Instead of slaving over a hot stove, you can leave the cooking to the professionals this Christmas and enjoy a relaxed, satisfying meal at one of these hotels.
M.A.K.A.N. by The Red Cherry is a one-stop shopping space for independently made food products, with some 50 local brands represented
Vivande Cafe is one of Bangsar’s luckiest finds – tucked inside the Tivoli Villas condominium, it remains open to the public (simply register at the guardhouse), overlooking a pool encircled by colonnades.
Kaiju is powered by a hybrid of mainly Japanese and Thai gastronomic inspirations, unleashed under the spectacle of a 30-metre origami dragon that’s lit up like a lantern after sundown.
V-Nam Cafe might seem like a small eatery, but its kitchen offers a diversity of dishes that pay tribute to the street food of Hanoi and beyond.
Bangsar South’s Fratello Italiano is offering a five-kilogramme stuffed roast that would easily feed at least 10 hungry people
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This new flagship restaurant and bar at Publika should prove a pleasant surprise, firing up a full-fledged contemporary dining experience that stretches from globe-spanning brunch fare to gourmet soul-food meals and gorgeous craft cocktails