The food is comforting and wholesome, reminding one of homecooked weekend lunches with the family.
There’s no mystery to what’s offered here: Bottles of vino and platters of formaggio.
Fahmi, El, Nas and their friendly crew bring a lot of heart to Mikro, a small space that won us over big time.
Siu yuk satay is the novelty here and it might be worth sampling for curious customers who enjoy eccentric experimentation.
This restaurant now tackles an impressive range of recipes from across the globe, often served with a intriguing twist or two.
Bait opens its second outlet at The Intermark, KL, showcasing dishes inspired by foods from Italy to France, Spain to Greece and Lebanon.
This fresh focus on communal feasting features small plates and side dishes to complement the restaurant’s hearty main meals
Goa is Soul Society’s most distinctive destination yet, shining a light on a vibrant spectrum of Indian cuisine in a captivating manner that’s utterly unlike any other curry-loving restaurant in our city.
Call it serendipi-tea: a dynamic perspective to what makes a terrific tea and how it can radically transform a meal.
One of KL’s few family-run wine bars, 18g takes pride in a warm, personal touch.
Sri Hartamas’ latest restaurant makes lovely use of its sprawling space, comfortably catering to more than a hundred customers in a bright, leafy setting.
This month, the city welcomes Alexis’ little sister, Isabel, reviving the space that was once synonymous with Mesui Road’s Palate Palette.
Mandarin Grill welcomes chef Sebastian Barcudes who hails from a heritage that embraces the pleasures of the palate.
Chinatown’s Chocha Foodstore has embarked on a new evening menu that’s energised by produce at its peak, marrying traditional local ingredients with contemporary cosmopolitan cooking
A massive, menacing shark mural ushers customers into KL’s first diving-themed cafe, the kitchen casts its net beyond the sea, with separate menus for brunch and dinner.