+-*KGB’s third outpost (in two years!) in TTDI is a testament to the drive and determination of its creators, who’ve so far made KGB the go-to spot for burgers in Bangsar and Mid Valley and seem set to do likewise in TTDI.
+-*Here are 10 places in KL and Selangor to visit for milkshakes.
+-*Olfactory Bulb at Kota Damansara features coffee cocktails conceived by a top Malaysian mixologist, coupled with complex, liquor-laced waffle recipes.
+-*The Counter – a California-based chain that’s billed as ‘the 21st century’s bold answer to the classic burger joint’ – celebrates the launch of its first Malaysian outpost in Pavilion this week
+-*Tiem Ca Phe Viet Nam is a Vietnamese restaurant located on Jalan Perak in KL. Most folks might brush this place off, believing it’s one of this street’s seedier stops, but it’s actually worth a venture for a variety of Vietnamese dishes, including some not very often spotted in KL.
+-*A new day has dawned in Damansara Jaya: Second Sunday could become the first choice for denizens who desire a distinctive destination with fun flourishes and colourful cooking.
+-*Cafe Dola balances the familiar and the fresh for its look, from the choice of lights to the Peranakan-inflected flooring, the cement bar to the woodwork of Nolin Teh Carpentry. There’s an attention to detail too for the menu.
+-*The heat is on at Hubba Hubba: Chef Izal and his team are fanning the embers of excitement at the city centre’s party hub with their new menu of protein-powered, barbecued skewers with stirringly inventive sauces and stomach-pleasingly unlimited sides.
+-*Farewell to The Bearded Lady, which instantly made its mark as one of Subang’s most beautifully outfitted cafes when it opened in 2014.
+-*Located in Taman Desa, Fan Cai Xiang’s kitchen marries inventiveness with proficiency to create triumphs of texture & taste