Geographer Cafe knows the map to our hearts and stomachs.
Bubble Bee is building buzz in Chinatown for its egg waffles, served fresh and warm in playful varieties.
As one of the city’s premier hotels, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the…
You may be surprised to learn that Kuala Lumpur is home to its very own…
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Lim Sheng specialises in charcoal-cooked satisfaction for tempest-tossed evenings – each serving of rice with sliced chicken, salted fish and Chinese sausages remains reliably fresh and steaming-hot to the last, crusty-bottomed bite.
The food takes inspiration mainly from Indonesia and Thailand, with influences from Malaysia and Vietnam too.
CalleVerde heralds the latest chapter in a pilgrimage of faith for its Filipino founder Cress Hipolito, whose professional F&B experience began with an episode that left her with third-degree burns several years ago.
Beta Restobar stakes a claim as one of Kuala Lumpur’s most dynamic new dining destinations of 2018, refashioning familiar flavours from throughout our country into a playfully modern representation of charismatic cooking.
With croissants, madeleines and mini spinach quiches in the showcase, the new Le Gouter seems like a secret slice of Saint-Etienne in KL.
February’s festive celebrations are looking brighter than ever, courtesy of Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur’s unique Chinese New Year Gift Boxes, built to dazzle with their exquisite inventiveness.
This is a casual but chic restaurant that takes risks, resulting in a rewarding experience for its customers.
When it comes to inspiration, restaurateurs draw from a range of sources, but few might open a cafe that seems to pay homage to budget carrier AirAsia.
BarZhen’s address is supposed to be ‘5, Jalan Balai Polis,’ but there’s no sign of that on this shop-house street.
Ring in the new year with a remarkable meal: Our best bet for the final dinner of 2017 or the first for 2018 is Supperclub, which French chef Romain Fabre is taking to new heights in TREC KL.