October 11th, 2019
Category: Bangsar South
Having established itself as a cafe to reckon with since 2010 in Singapore's Tiong Bahru enclave, Forty Hands is no novice in making customers happy, serving with a smile from start to finish, armed with a sturdy selection of specialities that span brunch and beyond.
Bocosan's magnetism rests in its optics - a sun-caressed, orchid-embracing setting that serves some of Bangsar South's prettiest, most polished-looking fare
This place takes classics mainly from the Malay, Chinese and Indian cookbooks and reinterprets them into small plates for bar-style snacking.
Gohtong Jaya's well-respected Loong Kee restaurant has opened its first outpost in KL: Fenix is a worthwhile entry in a city with no shortage of Chinese eateries.
Tentori brings a splashy sense of playfulness to KL's izakaya-style experience, in a contemporary setting that
This restaurant makes a satisfying entry into Bangsar South, doing justice to the time-honoured work of traditional trattorias
Amid the bustling offices and residences of Bangsar South lies a delicious diversity of dining destinations
Group Head Chef Andy Low has crafted a menu exclusive to this venue, melding the brand's Belgian foundation with international inspirations
We're increasingly impressed by how it delivers Chinese Shunde cuisine with top-flight ingredients combined with beautifully skilled execution