Celebrating responsible French dining.
TPC Kuala Lumpur’s Ramadan buffet spread is one for the books.
A small neighbourhood restaurant serving up some of the tastiest Continental cuisine you could hope to find in KL, all at reasonable prices, Casa Rosa is a place very much worth seeking out.
One of Tokyo’s best-known crepe shops, founded in Harajuku in the mid-1970s, Marion Crepes has opened its first Malaysian outpost in Plaza Mont Kiara.
This new Belgian restaurant brings a bit of Brussels to Mont Kiara
Learning to fly this month at Mont Kiara, Blackbird evolves from cafe to bistro and bar as the hours progress, showcasing a menu with both Australian and Asian accents.
Eatomo recently launched its second outpost in Solaris Dutamas, and it’s our best bet for a feast of all things oceanic in the Publika enclave right now.
Touted as Southeast Asia’s first full-fledged vegan ice cream bar, Kind Kones’ philosophy is that everyone should be able to enjoy ice cream.
Connected’s cornerstone is comfort food served in a colourful setting with charming artwork and a children’s play area.
Lanterns shaped like cupcakes and ice cream cones, sofas that look like oversize lips, a ‘dance floor’ that lights up with dessert-themed images – this sweets parlour shimmies into Mont Kiara this month, with cute cupcakes as its chief temptation.
Kopenhagen Coffee pays homage to the cafe culture of Denmark’s capital city of spires
Follow the scent of standout sashimi and it might lead you to this new sushi…
Acai Lab marks a respectable addition to KL’s burgeoning acai bowl scene
Cheeni’s is helmed by a husband-&-wife team who honour their culinary heritage: Hubby specialises in…
A thriving bonsai tree framed in a circle of balance and harmony welcomes customers to…