+-*This month’s top dessert destination might very well be Every Sundae, located at Damansara Utama.
+-*The Great Beer Bar in Damansara Uptown could become one of PJ’s favourite watering holes. The Bar boasts its own kitchen, helmed by two separate independant teams with years of experience in KL’s F&B landscape.
+-*This distinctive new destination in Petaling Jaya hopes to hog the limelight for meat lovers, tickling the taste buds by tackling pork ribs and sandwiches with gumption and gusto in a spirited setting that springs to life with musical gigs and stand-up comedy nights.
+-*The Hungry Spoon, located at Sri Petaling, is helmed by two chefs whose friendship spans 10 years and three countries – Suet Fei and Rahim first met each other a decade ago, when they enrolled at KDU’s school of culinary arts.
+-*Here are 15 new restaurants to visit in KL and Selangor in May 2015.
+-*D’Lee Deli is a casual hangout located at Casa Tropicana that works well for kicking back over snacks & sweets. Its catchy name marks a pun-loving play on the surname of its founder Ken Lee, who runs the cafe with his partner Jacqueline.
+-*Fashion and food are woven together with flair at Bukit Damansara’s M Cafe, a culinary spin-off of batik house Meesha Sukira.
+-*Opening this week in Mid Valley, Panchos claims it serves the city’s tastiest tacos, burritos and quesadillas; there are a couple of other contenders in KL for that crown, but fortunately, this isn’t entirely an empty boast.
+-*A former banker is behind the wonderful creations at Cake Jalan Tiung. Shafinaz began brushing up on the art of creating cakes several years back because her beau had a sweet tooth. They are now blissfully married.
+-*KGB’s third outpost (in two years!) in TTDI is a testament to the drive and determination of its creators, who’ve so far made KGB the go-to spot for burgers in Bangsar and Mid Valley and seem set to do likewise in TTDI.