August 9th, 2022
Category: Desa Sri Hartamas
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.
It's challenging to prove that Saisai exists; this new secret sanctuary for Japanese soul food - half a shop-lot in Plaza Damas - has no signboard, no English-language Facebook page and no Foursquare location so far.
The two sisters behind Fat Spoon have finally launched their sparkling new restaurant, simply called Mei, a contemporary Japanese joint in Desa Sri Hartamas that seems set to replicate its elder sibling's well-earned success in Damansara Uptown.
True to its name, this outlet's all about croissants that can be eaten on their own or transformed into sandwiches.
Bali's best-loved pork ribs have burst into KL this week, brought into Sri Hartamas by a family of Malaysian F&B entrepreneurs who've won the endorsement of the Indonesian owners of Naughty Nuri's original warung.
Tantalising new Japanese restaurants have surfaced all across Desa Sri Hartamas; here's our deep-dive introduction for contemporary eatery TWO.
Barrelling through a sweeping selection of grub & booze at one of this year's popular new watering holes at Desa Sri Hartamas.
Eat Drink is pleased to present our first Recipe of the Month, Millionaires' Slice by Sheila Philips of For Goodness Cakes.
A labor of love, BreadFruits is one of our best bets for brunch in Hartamas. Cafe owner Kah Kwan strives to serve