Check out these six restaurants in KL and Selangor to beat the GST blues.
Yellow Brick Road is a place that needs to be enjoyed on its own merits – with compassion for its limitations, with the understanding that brunch is only a meal, a kiss is just a kiss, and a wizard who rules an Emerald empire may simply be a circus magician from Nebraska.
Kota Damansara’s 77 Mayford is a cafe with humour and heart that promises ‘tea on the loose.’
Four friends who recently wrapped up their studies abroad have come back to Malaysia and combined forces to launch one of PJ’s most cheerful cafes.
Time to check out another new Japanese joint: Desa Sri Hartamas’ Kisyu Ramen.
This ivory-white space beside PJ’s Awesome Canteen may look forlorn and forsaken for now, but before the end of this week, expect to see some customers strolling in and out for bowls of ramen and rice.
No ruby slippers required – tap your heels together three times, tell Toto you’re not in Solaris Dutamas anymore, and let happy little bluebirds take you to this restaurant somewhere over the rainbow.
Scarcely two months old, Swich’s new branch marks a major milestone with the launch of a menu for hot food.
Wheeloaf is a ‘mobile gourmet bakery’ for paninis and cheese sandwiches.
Checking out this Mexican-themed food truck; Guac Truck.