Here are six contemporary Korean cafes where customers can chill out with this frosty treat.
Out Of Seoul’s menu is as wide-ranging as required, from snacks like deep-fried seaweed rolls stuffed with glass noodles to heavier meals like seafood pancakes, assorted bibimbap & grilled beef rib sets.
Seoul’s soul food seizes the spotlight; here’s a look at a contemporary Korean cafe in Sri Petaling, pithily named Cafe Korea.
The Meat & Wine Co is a cave for carnivores – the menu is fleshed out with the likes of lamb shank with koumi sauce, chicken parmigiana and oven-prepared beef ribs.
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.
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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.