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This first ever Southern Rock Seafood Oyster Festival will run from 25 October to 1 November, 2015.
Find the best street food in Malaysia and win plenty of exciting prizes.
Get around Klang Valley with an affordable, chauffeur-driven car, whenever you want. [Sponsored]
Well-designed and thoughtfully incorporated elements of wood and steel, combined with a lovely covered outdoor patio, lend a chic appeal to this 125-seat casual eatery. [Sponsored]
A new Mumbai Fusion restaurant and bar will open in Plaza Mont Kiara, and it’s called Mumbai Delights. [Sponsored]
Michelangelo is revered historically as perhaps Italy’s finest artist of the Renaissance, a sculptor, painter, and architect of unparalleled renown. It follows, then, that a restaurant bearing his name would strive to achieve a level of culinary artistry, as well. [Sponsored]
Come celebrate Valentine’s Day at Rougeur, with a very special four-course dinner with mocktails, at RM180+ per couple. [Sponsored]
It’s a pretty sensible truth: if you want a good Italian restaurant in KL, go to one run by an Italian. Want authentic Mexican food? Find a place that’s run by a Mexican. Same for Nepalese, Japanese, or Lebanese. [Sponsored]
Prepare your tummies for an all-you-can-eat offer at BBQ Nights, every Saturdays and public holidays, from 12pm to 4pm. [Sponsored]
Typically a rustic, rural fare, German cuisine has been getting more and more attention globally in recent years, and it is these foods that feature heavily on the menu at Brotzeit. [Sponsored]