Mont Kiara’s Verve Suites shop-front is fast becoming a hub for noteworthy cafes like La Casa, which recently opened its second branch here, not too far from its other outlet in Solaris Dutamas.
A meatball cafe? This new family-owned restaurant has a fun hook with heaps of potential – after all, everyone likes meatballs.
French Restaurants have are reputation for being some of the best in the world, and thankfully, KL can now boast another establishment that’s bringing authentic French cuisine to Malaysia. [Sponsored]
First came chef Alexy Fuchs from Le Gavroche in Strasbourg, France, back in August. This month, chef Marco Cavallucci from La Frasca in Cervia, Italy, had his turn to work with Mezze’s resident head chef Yves Pierre Renou for three memorable nights.
This casual, family-owned restaurant is fast becoming one of Damansara Uptown’s most popular new hangouts this year, welcoming crowds who’ve been eager to savour a three-decade-old culinary legacy that was first born in Pahang’s Raub town.
Desserts, drinks & music come together at Malaysia’s first outpost of South Korean cafe chain Dal.Komm Coffee, which opened this month in Damansara Uptown.
Looking for a new spot to eat in the Klang Valley? Here are 15 new restaurants to visit in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.
If you’re interested in encouraging gastronomic diversity in KL, then Vladimir’s Place is worth a stop. Much of its food is reassuringly rustic, with a true-to-its-roots ring of soulful honesty.
We’re conflicted about M.A.D! – we like what it stands for (‘Modern Asian Diner,’ a name that has also reliably served eateries in Singapore & Jakarta in recent years) & its experimental spirit, but it might be struggling with some tricky teething troubles.
Sean Yoong takes a trip to The Weld for minimal-guilt nasi lemak.