Check out these 10 places in KL and Selangor for yummy lobsters.
A new venue by the New Zealanders behind KL’s Antipodean cafes, Delirium is certain to attract an outpouring of attention in the months ahead.
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Hacha Mecha is a stylish sanctum for modern Japanese fare with international inflections.
Ten Years brings together a bounty of Malaysian street food in one colourful outlet, serving cherished recipes collected from respected stall owners & restaurateurs from across the country.
Singapore’s Pince & Pints – one of the city-state’s biggest F&B smashes of the past year – is counting on a new legion of lobster lovers to claw their way to its first foreign spin-off in Kuala Lumpur.
Xiao Lao Wang has nurtured a following of loyal fans who’ve adored this hotpot specialist ever since its early days in Sungai Buloh; this year, the restaurant moved to Damansara Uptown, remaining a terrific destination for gatherings of family & friends.
Moobaan Thai offers a promising mix of crowd-pleasing classics, with a kitchen helmed by a chef from Chiang Rai.
Here’s a list of 12 new restaurants to check out in KL and Selangor this October.
Lucky Bo takes familiar favourites & puts its personal spin on them; expect both Western & Asian offerings.