Wondermama recently launched a Wonder Tapas menu that’s poised to be crowd-pleasing, available both in Bangsar and 1 Utama.
Meat and bread, the basic building blocks of many meals, form the foundation of La Carne, which means ‘meat’ in Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, and apparently, Shah Alamese.
A mural of the historical evolution of spit-roasting illustrates the highlight of Hermanos, billed as…
This neighbourhood joint not only serves up a mean burger but also has delicious pizzas, leaving customers satisfied and wanting more.
Calling Aladdin, Ali Baba and Sinbad: This month, an enterprising band of first-year students at Sunway University staged their own interpretation of Arabian Nights in Athanor, the campus’ excellent restaurant.
It’s clear that Christine’s is committed to its craft, with a team of bakers who take inspiration from fine-tuned European and Asian influences.
This new chocolate boutique-cafe relies primarily on cacao beans from Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam, turned into treats that are made in Malaysia under Japanese auspices.
The newly launched Nice Catch at Pavilion shopping mall is now cruising full steam ahead with its range of premium fare from across the seven seas.
The Cart is a new pop-up cafe that serves Indian-Western fusion fare in SkyWorld Gallery @ Sentul.
It’s nice to find eateries that work hard to own their niche. Cafe 5 serves purely two specialities – Belgian-inspired Liege waffles and interesting flavours of handcrafted ice cream.
This year’s Judges’ Choice Winner at Urbanscapes’ Tiffin Throwdown: Battle of the Poke Bowls, Paperfish is all about letting you choose the perfect combination of wholesome deliciousness that is the poke bowl.
Where can you get an abundant amount of decently priced food at a hotel in the heart of KL? Dorsett Kuala Lumpur reckons the answer rests behind its doors, at the recently renovated Checkers Cafe, now offering an Executive Set Lunch
When wondering where to eat, Cyberjaya is probably not the first place that comes to mind. It’s especially not where we were expecting to find some Korean cuisine – but that’s exactly we enjoyed at the recently opened Tae Yang Island.