From Winnie the Pooh-themed macaroons to a full on mermaid toast, it’s hard just thinking of how to eat them. Check out these 5 cute desserts in KL!
If you’re trying to get into healthy food but also have a fondness for dessert, smoothie bowls are a great way to start.
The stylish all-day dining Trace Restaurant and Bar at Element Kuala Lumpur unveils a refreshed menu filled with tempting local and Western fare.
Have you ever heard or tried a dessert called Papaya with Bird’s Nest and Steamed Egg White? What about a Belgian waffle with spicy chicken floss?
From an alcoholic ice cream ‘moonkick’ to a paleo, raw, and vegan-friendly version, give these special mooncake flavours in KL a shot!
Get your baked skin treats, Shanghai Style Black Pepper Smoked Duck pastry, Snow Skin Japanese Green Tea and Cherry Jelly, and more at InterContinental KL.
Love local flavours like Sup Gear Box, Mee Rebus Daging, Ayam Perchik, as well as assorted kuih-muihs? This one’s for you.
Whether you prefer traditional baked types or snow skin specialties, here’s a list of where to get your mooncakes in KL this year.
Quaint with pretty cakes and good coffee, Miss Ellie Tea house is Taman Melawati’s hidden gem that warrants a visit!
Whether you prefer something sweet, savoury, or cold and refreshing, there’s sure to be something for everyone when it comes to Malaysian tea time snacks.
Banana leaf rice addicts, this one’s for you. Have you tried all of these places?
Saké, seafood, and a professional saké sommelier to teach you all about what you’re drinking – a delicious and educational experience.
With a portfolio that includes being Sous Chef at The Tippling Club, Singapore, expect nothing but delicious creativity from Deuce KL’s head chef Hun Yan.
Malaysia’s own ‘Home of Sticky Bones’ is turning 7 this year! For your dining inspiration, check out these dishes available at Morganfield’s Pavilion KL.
If the spicy and flavourful Ikan masak nenas or Sambal petai udang doesn’t get you hooked to Nyonya food, the Sago Gula Melaka will.