October 23rd, 2020
Category: Jalan Sultan Ismail
As the world shifts into the summer solstice, missing out on the beautiful harvests can be unfortunate for those
Villa Danieli is an Italian restaurant in the form of a standalone trattoria on level five of Sheraton Imperial
Pak Jen is a terrific space for fans of traditional, time-honoured fare, spilling over with spices and flowing with flavours in the most satisfying sense.
Red Lobster continues to dish out thoughtful and tasty seafood dishes perfect for a satisfying feast with a group of friends and family
Takumi seeks to spirit us away with a distinctive diversity of Japanese wine, beer and whisky, available for retail purchases or to imbibe at this gleaming bar
This place strives to bring comfortingly familiar Malaysian flavours to their customers, with a selection of wallet-friendly rice and noodle platters
A satisfying stop for lunch and coffee, The Bean Belt offers salads and sandwiches sourced from an independent supplier
Shang Palace has long been one of the KL hotel scene's brightest stars for Chinese cuisine
Taking over from Makishima at Sheraton Imperial Hotel, Sasagawa tackles the traditions of Japanese cuisine with confidence.
Tucked into the elegant Sheraton Imperial hotel is a classy new restaurant that offers distinctive, authentic Japanese cuisine. [Sponsored]
Doppio is a feel-good cafe that's aglow with natural sunshine & human warmth, scarcely a minute's drive from Suria KLCC.
A cool menu and a cheerful team make this confident cafe potentially worth checking out for folks working in the city centre.
Antlers away: Another American chain lands in Malaysia, this one with a Texan theme to complement its steak specialities.