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Athanor, Sunway University: Restaurant review

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.

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Christine's at Sunway Geo Avenue: Cafe review

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.

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Nayuta Chocolatasia at Isetan The Japan Store, Bukit Bintang: Cafe review

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.

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Nice Catch at Pavilion: Restaurant review

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.

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The Cart at SkyWorld Gallery, Sentul: Cafe review

The Cart is a new pop-up cafe that serves Indian-Western fusion fare in SkyWorld Gallery @ Sentul.

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Cafe 5 at Pudu: Cafe Review

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.

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Paperfish at Taman Tun Dr Ismail: Restaurant review

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.

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Checkers Cafe at Dorsett Kuala Lumpur: Set lunch review

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

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Tae Yang Island at Cyberjaya: Restaurant review

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.

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