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.
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Lucky Bo takes familiar favourites & puts its personal spin on them; expect both Western & Asian offerings.
The Gastro Project has recently introduced two intriguing promotions: An Afternoon Tea menu that features creative sliders constructed with mantou buns & fun fillings, as well as Posh Nosh three-course dinnertime sets that change every fortnight.
Haruju Cube is a piece of bright airy sunshine ensconced in a quiet corner on the first floor of Empire Damansara.
Meja Kitchen + Bar is the first restaurant to be fully opened at TREC, KL’s much-touted new F&B-lifestyle enclave.
Ruyi & Lyn at Bangsar Shopping Centre can easily be described as a glamorously clandestine establishment that spans 22,000 sq. ft.
Terrific Thai temptations that tickle the taste buds & linger in the memory – Rak Somtam is well worth the trip to Kota Damansara, helmed by a Malaysian restaurateur & his Thai wife, with a kitchen crew that hails largely from north of our border.
At Sion, the setting is seductively elegant & the cooking is singularly engaging.