July 7th, 2020
Category: Desa Sri Hartamas
Wild Wild East gallops this month into KL's untamed frontiers of upmarket street food, bringing a maverick take on cooked-to-order beef, lamb, chicken & fish.
Now sailing into its second year, Uokatsu is making waves with a new season's worth of the ocean's opulence - whether you like your fish & molluscs raw or cooked, the tide will turn in your favour here.
A fun fresh spot for Japanese soul food with contemporary twists, BWB Yakitori Bar replaces Desa Sri Hartamas' more than decade-old Aoyama sushi specialist.
Breadfruits has finally launched a full-fledged dinner menu, serving some beautifully conceived specialities.
KL's newest speakeasy-style cocktail bar is an intimate hideout that strives to evoke the spirit of Prohibition-era America, complete with wanted posters of Al Capone and U.S. newspaper clippings that hark back to nearly a century ago.
Twirling into Sri Hartamas, The Rolling Pin puts a fun spin on Indian fare, with stimulating visual twists by chefs Rakesh Talwar and Abhishek Botadkar, both from Mumbai.
Hot on the scent for a pet-friendly cafe? No need to call off the dogs - resident Huskies Mocha and Cola and Pomeranian Nacho will bark a friendly welcome to patrons at Sri Hartamas' new Cubs & Cups
Hard-boiled chef Yasunori Doi rules the roost at Fukuda, a new yakitori restaurant that hatched this month in Desa Sri Hartamas.
This West Malaysian outpost of a respected Sabah-based brand opened this past year in Puchong, serving hearty customisable bowls of ngiu chap.
This little shop could become a big attraction, run by friendly couple Andrew & Jenny Wong, whose retirement from the corporate world has opened up a new chapter in their lives.
One of 2015's most intriguing collaborations is taking shape at The Signature in Sri Hartamas. Proof caters mainly to the building's residents, but public walk-ins remain welcome.