The Klang Valley’s best new restaurant so far this year is an unassuming venue with an ambitious vision, spilling over with a cascade of culinary surprises that coalesce into an enriching experience to remind guests that with great food comes great joy.
In one elegant, evocative word, Eat issues an impossible-to-ignore imperative to KL’s food fans to swarm Sentul’s D7 complex.
Japan’s biggest curry rice restaurant chain has finally embarked on its first Malaysian foray.
This restaurant targets folks who want to eat healthy.
Here are 18 new restaurants in KL and Selangor to visit in March 2015.
Softsrve specialises – as its name suggests – in soft-serve ice cream, with the bonus of cross-continental inspirations.
Cold comfort, creative cool: That’s today’s theme, thanks to The Original Milkshake Co, the best reason to visit Quill City Mall.
Every neighbourhood deserves a a cosy venue like Cafe Vina, situated across the street from a row of terrace homes, spearheaded by the family who founded Pizza Uno in the 1990s (they’ve since sold their stake in the Italian restaurants).
Trying to take a passion for pork to tempting new thresholds, Iberico Kitchen is devoted exclusively – as its name indicates – to the Pata Negra breed of acorn-foraging Iberian pigs, with a porky potpourri that swoops from Iberico salads to Iberico burgers.
Ticket To Korea tries to take culinary travellers on a first-class trip to explore Seoul’s soul food.