September 20th, 2019
Category: Petaling Jaya
Get the gang together for a good grilling at this new Japanese restaurant, which does delicious justice to the
Aroi Mak Mak does a decent job at conveying clean, clear Thai flavours, imbued with ingredients that taste respectably fresh and nuanced.
A nifty new entry to the neighbourhood, with friendly, obliging service and a menu that strives to offer interesting choices.
After nearly two decades in Bangsar, Aunty Christina is taking her well-respected Sarawak laksa to PJ, shifting from her kopitiam stall in Lucky Garden to her own full-fledged eatery in Sea Park.
PJ's popular porridge now has the home it long deserved: Kenny's Food Cart represents nearly twenty-five years of labour that spans two generations, founded by a father, fearlessly inherited by his son.
Coffee saloon by day, gin parlour by night; sunny before six p.m., sultry after dusk: Maze takes an imaginative Jekyll-and-Hyde philosophy to what a suave, sprawling lounge can potentially be, transforming from a brunch-to-tea, cake-and-caffeine haven into a velvet-cloaked watering hole that stylishly spotlights the old-world glamour of gin.
This lively resto-lounge offers an easy-going setting that's energised by positive vibes, endowed with a spacious interior that comprises both a cheerful dining hall and a chilled-out wine deck, plus a semi-alfresco terrace with a sunshine-blessed view of PJ's verdant suburbs.
Kitchen Mafia strikes again: The team that runs Section 17's hugely popular restaurant Hello has unveiled its new
The Rolls-Royce of roll cakes, with a dreamy centre of layered cream enfolded in the fluffiest sponge: Kakigori recently introduced this super-scrumptious indulgence to bolster its signature selection of shaved ice treats, cementing its spot as a terrific destination for top-drawer Japanese desserts.
Bon appetit: Served steaming-hot, Bonjour Vietnam is worth a stop for folks in this neighbourhood.
Add Kas Curry House to the Klang Valley's shortlist of worthwhile banana leaf rice restaurants: With founder Kasturitharan's mom cooking in the kitchen and his father manning the counter, you may feel like you've been invited for lunch at the family's home.