Sean Yoong visits Copper, tucked on the fifth floor of Menara Shell on Tun Sambanthan, a pretty spacious and beautifully outfitted restaurant – not a bad bet for business lunches.
It’s a pretty sensible truth: if you want a good Italian restaurant in KL, go to one run by an Italian. Want authentic Mexican food? Find a place that’s run by a Mexican. Same for Nepalese, Japanese, or Lebanese. [Sponsored]
At Shaftsbury Square Complex: Chubbies, a cafe with quirky decorative flourishes not normally associated with squeaky-clean Cyberjaya.
Sean Yoon checks into Cyberjaya for burgers and pizzas at Oliver’s Kitchen, which is reputedly named for the toddler son of the couple who own this restaurant. Nice touch, that bit.
Azzurro at Pavilion KL’s massive menu is meant to pay tribute to southern Italian traditions, with many seductive-sounding temptations.
Here are 12 juices to try in KL and Selangor.
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Pandas aren’t Publika’s sole peculiarity right now – out in The Square, a two-level shipping container cafe called Bxie Blonde might not share the 1,600 papier-mache bears’ high profile, but it’s also providing a photogenic prescription of cutesy charm.
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 (!)