November 19th, 2020
Category: Kota Damansara
Malaysian inspired cocktails, Spanish tapas, Japanese sweet treats and more. Here are 12 new restaurants and bars to check out.
If you're looking for something nourishing to start your busy Saturday day off right; or a satisfying meal to take the edge of a Sunday morning - there's nothing better than a brunch, Here, we've gathered some top picks for you to get brunch munch on in the Klang Valley.
Discreetly tucked in a hidden room at the back of the Olfactory Bulb cafe, this bar features the talents of bartenders Shirmy Chan and Joel John Timis
Malaysia's northern neighbour has seen its cuisine skyrocket in global popularity in the last few years. So it would only be logical to see some great places to get tom yum, pad thai and the like here in Malaysia - they do share a lot of ingredients and a geographic border, after all.
The menu seems thoughtfully considered, with some unconventional enticements - pastas include 'rotini' corkscrew pasta with 'smetana' sour cream & salted egg yolk soft-shell crab.
Terrific Thai temptations that tickle the taste buds & linger in the memory - Rak Somtam is well worth the trip to Kota Damansara, helmed by a Malaysian restaurateur & his Thai wife, with a kitchen crew that hails largely from north of our border.
Fifth Palate has the potential to be a first-rate family-run restaurant - Timmy Ng keeps the kitchen humming, while his sister Caryne ensures customers secure warm service & their dad Dennis prepares home-made yoghurt & chutneys to complement an easily enjoyable meal here.
Rimba & Rusa at Kota Damansara is a two-level venue, blessed with a big-budget polish that's certain to be catnip for the Klang Valley's cafe paparazzi.
Olfactory Bulb at Kota Damansara features coffee cocktails conceived by a top Malaysian mixologist, coupled with complex, liquor-laced waffle recipes.