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It’s time for tarts – these baked sweet treats are poised for a renaissance in the Klang Valley. Here are eight places to enjoy them.
From patties to pancakes: The team behind Bangsar’s beloved KGB burger outlet this week launched an ambitious initiative – a dessert parlour that specialises in a carefully curated selection of plated treats.
Eggs are marvellous, that’s for sure; Marvellous Eggs Co – which cracks open this week at Mid Valley Megamall – is hoping to eggsploit the universal popularity of eggs by serving the novelty of eggs on sticks, prepared to order in tubular pop-up cookers.
It might look like someone’s residence, but this site along Jalan Ceylon is actually home to a recently launched deli under the Bottega Mediterranea banner, run by the same folks behind KL’s fine Mediteca tapas restaurant.
New at Damansara Uptown: Cafe Lafayette, a comfy hangout run by a friendly team, perched on the first floor.
(Damansara) Uptown funk gives us a new cafe to check out; Juicyfy, which serves cold-pressed juices (the Klang Valley’s current ‘it’ drink), smoothies, bread, waffles & gelato.
Mikey’s Original New York Pizza has launched its second outpost in Solaris Dutamas, less than eight months after becoming one of Bangsar’s biggest smashes of 2014, serving pizzas by the slice perfected through consummate passion & experience.
This new health cafe & store, hidden on a row of homes in Bangsar, marks a fresh chapter in the personal journey of Malaysian-born, Melbourne-based Shantini Ingkaran, a former practising lawyer who reinvented herself as a wellness trainer.
Zab Zab strives to live up to its Thai-language name, which means ‘delicious’; for fans of boat noodles, it’s worth taking a trip to Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park to try this Thai treat at this family-owned restaurant.