Here are 12 juices to try in KL and Selangor.
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Project Space, a students’ hangout perched on the first floor of a Subang SS15 shop-house. It’s more a coffee bar than a juice specialist, but it does showcase the creations of local brand This Juice Co.
Setiawalk’s Juice D’ Fruitz features no fewer than 32 cold-pressed combos, with components that range from beetroot to broccoli to bananas & blueberries, grapefruit to guava to ginger & garlic (!)
Here’s our vitamin-packed voyage to a new outlet that’ll recommend more than merely an apple a day: 1 2 Juice (terrific name!) in Sungai Besi’s Lakefields for freshest fruit juices imaginable.
Spooky-sexy or crazy-creepy? Maybe a bit of both – Otherwise Cafe in Kelana Jaya sure seems like one otherworldly venue.
A neighbourhood newbie: Edesia 21, nestled in a more peaceful part of Bukit Damansara, where parking’s a breeze.
Checking out a neighbourhood newbie in Bukit Damansara, My Charcoal Bar, a barbecue joint that replaces Ka Soh Seafood Restaurant on the Kasah F&B strip.
Fatto A Mano – Italian for ‘made by hand’ – revs up KL’s recent renaissance of new Italian restaurants, serving a well-crafted selection of pizzas, pastas, bread, cheese, cured meat & more.
You may wonder why you’d ever relax at a hotel bar, and I’d be lying if I said that thought didn’t cross my mind. But an afternoon at the Lobby Bar changed all that. [Sponsored]