If you live or work in Damansara Perdana, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to food.
Imagine the head of the kitchen, with outstretched arms, proudly and personally presenting the fruits of his labour to his enthusiastic guests.
Chapters Urban Bistro’s multinational menu finds inspiration from far across the globe.
For a casual brunch, White Sand Cafe’s speciality of tartines might please wholesome eaters
Say hello to gela-dough: Fiskee Dough’s signature temptation is a warm, crisp doughnut topped with…
One of our favourite new restaurants of 2016, Fat Tea lives up to Macau’s tradition…
A welcome new entry into the Klang Valley’s Thai food landscape, Baan Kanom Jeen is…
Ninth Street Espresso serves everything from sandwiches to cheese-baked rice to coffee
This cafe entices coffee lovers with an evolving selection of single origins and blends by respected roasters from across the globe
Bulletproof coffee is not on Bungkus’ official menu, but this is one of the few venues in the Klang Valley that will help prepare it by request
Malaccan Peranakan temptations, Mediterranean vegetarian cuisine, French-inspired petite cakes and more; here are 20 new eateries to visit.
Inspired by London’s Cereal Killer Cafe, this unique new dessert stand is a five-year-old’s fantasy come to sugary life.
Over the past 12 months, The Bar has steadily earned a reputation as one of the Klang Valley’s top destinations for cocktails. It’s still likely the only Japanese-helmed establishment of its kind in Malaysia.
Opened in 2014 as Dong Seoul, this Damansara Perdana restaurant re-branded itself as New Seoul some time ago and is now celebrating its one-year anniversary with a month-long promotion running through the end of October.
A secret sanctuary for sweets – Sugar & Butter is run by Anne & Zulfa, a married couple who offer an array of interesting cakes & other indulgences.