TBF recently introduced an enjoyable interpretation of a Malaysian favourite
Vietnamese, Thai, smoothie bowls, affogatos, and more for the curious foodies of the Klang Valley
The architects of 87’s menu must have a soft spot for pork belly
Smoothie bowls have invaded Pavilion, supplying shoppers with nourishment such as a mix of Nutella, strawberries and milk blanketed with Koko Krunch and raisins
‘Pretty’ sums up the plated desserts and various sweet treats crafted by Malaysian pastry chef Aaron Quay.
Manja’s menu layers familiar Malaysian flavours and textures with influences from across the globe, from Japan, to Spain, New Orleans, and Tuscany.
Like the Melbourne original, this is a daytime-only eatery with brunch fare that’s worth investigating.
Waffles for mains and waffles for desserts. This is place is sure to serve up a wonderful waffle experience.
From boeuf bourguignon to confit de canard, here’s the complete guide for your French fix in the Klang Valley.
A new kid on the block in Publika, DeButchery is divided into a bar and a dining section by a wooden partition. In the dining…