November 19th, 2020
Category: Damansara Uptown
This places offers a variety of interesting dishes like doughnut chips and strawberry nachos
Malaccan Peranakan temptations, Mediterranean vegetarian cuisine, French-inspired petite cakes and more; here are 20 new eateries to visit.
From Donburi to Chirashi Don, there’s nothing quite as gratifying as these traditional servings of rice heaving with a plethora of toppings. Here are 15 places for Japanese soul food at its heartiest.
Traditions of tea collide with contemporary culinary trends - customers can sip & savour the pure, simple pleasures of Uji-origin tea, or marry the flavours of matcha & hojicha with soft serves, parfaits & shaved ice desserts, emulating the Tsujiri experience that spans Japan, China, Taiwan & Singapore
Helmed by award winning Chef Nakajima and his disciple Chef Hong, this restaurant offers a variety of innovative Japanese dishes including 15 udon recipes.
One month after opening, Ampersand by Culinary Rebels has expanded its repertoire, unleashing a unique ensemble of imaginative recipes. In pursuit of pork ribs with playful twists or desserts with distinctive flourishes? The hunt may end here.
Ampersand at Damansara Uptown replaces Ecole P, whose co-founder Steven has joined forces with new collaborators G-Man, The Butcher & Rayman to create this cafe-bistro.
Ami Sugiyama & her team of Japanese & Malaysian 'tea sommeliers' are brewing a unique experience in Damansara Uptown, eager to introduce more locals in the Klang Valley to the nuances of Japanese tea.
Xiao Lao Wang has nurtured a following of loyal fans who've adored this hotpot specialist ever since its early days in Sungai Buloh; this year, the restaurant moved to Damansara Uptown, remaining a terrific destination for gatherings of family & friends.