Most of the burgers here evoke the savoury, heavily seasoned flavours of KL street burgers.
Pencil in Black Ink No. 6 as a cosy stop for comfort food and caffeine, offering a calm respite from the cosmopolitan bustle.
Find hog-loving comfort food in a new venue from the folks behind Subang’s enduring Uno Mediterranean restaurant.
Two culinary cultures, both rich in robust flavours, collide in one restaurant
Kofix Cafe is the newest place in town for that all-day brunch fix.
Petals and pasta: This cafe manages to maintain a rather rosy outlook on life, despite being hidden on a witheringly dreary road with hardware factories for neighbours.
Thai noodle and rice platters make up the menu at Meksiam – have the former salad-style, with kerabu or som tam, while the latter might be fried up with belacan and soy sauce chicken, conveying the tangy, tongue-tingling dynamics that are the hallmark of Thai cooking.
For a far-too-rare taste of South America in our city, put El Maiz on your list of venues to visit
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Take the bitter(s) with the sweet: KL’s Ginaissance hits a high with this new watering hole dedicated to the joys of juniper – Pahit takes over the bar space of Sekeping Sin Chew Kee, the rustic guesthouse on a row of forgotten-by-time homes whose history stretches back to the 1920s.
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