Oden is one of our favourite recipes from Japan’s soul-food repertoire, but only a handful of restaurants offer it in KL
Lustrously marbled Valrhona chocolate bonbons, crafted in irresistible flavours: If chocolates are your weakness, Ballotin might be your downfall.
A noodle-specialist restaurant leaning on Hock Chew familial heritage to offer the pride of Sitiawan – kampua mee – and more.
A hideout for Japanese soul food, tucked on a discreet street of Sri Petaling, capably cooked by Osaka native Ogawa Tetsuya.
There’s cause for celebration whenever a Spanish restaurant opens in KL, especially one that does justice to the tasty traditions of tapas, paella, cheese and wine
Mochu Locco Zakka may be worth the effort if you’re seeking a winsome cafe for a chill-out session
This friendly wine bar beckons customers to linger over a competent four-cheese pizza
A meal at Moriawase may comprise a sashimi bento, soft-shell crab spring roll, cherry tomatoes stuffed with crab meat, tuna-packed rice paper rolls, and lemongrass-grilled…
Kotaro may be a cautionary tale on how Japanese joints that aspire to impress must more robustly examine the strength of their produce and chefs
Hana Yuzen’s selection of maki – some stuffed with eel & avocado, others with salmon sashimi, fruits & fish floss – qualify as passable