15 new restaurants in KL and Selangor to visit in April.
Krathong is an evocatively outfitted outlet in Sri Petaling’s Glass City F&B space.
It’s challenging to prove that Saisai exists; this new secret sanctuary for Japanese soul food – half a shop-lot in Plaza Damas – has no signboard, no English-language Facebook page and no Foursquare location so far.
Tucked on one of TTDI’s less-travelled rows, Viv’s showcases some vivid ideas in its bid to be a distinctive dining destination.
Well-designed and thoughtfully incorporated elements of wood and steel, combined with a lovely covered outdoor patio, lend a chic appeal to this 125-seat casual eatery. [Sponsored]
It’s been nearly four months since DR.Inc sprang up in Bangsar, swiftly establishing itself as an essential neighbourhood space. Now, the next phase of its founders’ master plan is taking shape, with the formal unveiling of CL.Inc, W.Inc & TH.Inc.
Adventurous admirers of Thai fare may like Aroy Nae Non, which delves into the diverse dishes of northeastern Isan cuisine.
Boat Noodle has introduced a new wide-ranging menu with many more Thai temptations, now available at all Boat Noodle branches.
We previously explored The Owls Cafe in October 2014. Since then, this has become a cheerful neighbourhood favourite, thanks to its welcoming setting and even more welcoming crew.
It’s been nearly 18 months since we first visited Seven Cups in October 2013, back when Empire Damansara was empty, before this complex became a bustling building of cafes and boat noodles.