Lush greenery surrounds diners in a blanket of calm, perfect for a relaxing and enjoyable authentic Thai-Indochinese meal at Samira.
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Run by the same folks behind Ruyi and Lyn in BSC, YU by Ruyi serves up modern Chinese cuisine, creative cocktails, and delightful dim sum treats.
Did you know that a simple case of mild dehydration can make your brain feel foggy? Take a look at some food solutions to lift your moods when needed.
A taste of authentic Indian vegetarian food with plenty of variety.
A Mediterranean restaurant, Kasbah, serves North African specialities, including Moroccan cuisine.
If you’re trying to get into healthy food but also have a fondness for dessert, smoothie bowls are a great way to start.
If you’re in search of KL’s newest ‘view from the top,’ be sure to check out Vertigo, high atop Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur.
The stylish all-day dining Trace Restaurant and Bar at Element Kuala Lumpur unveils a refreshed menu filled with tempting local and Western fare.
Have you ever heard or tried a dessert called Papaya with Bird’s Nest and Steamed Egg White? What about a Belgian waffle with spicy chicken floss?
From an alcoholic ice cream ‘moonkick’ to a paleo, raw, and vegan-friendly version, give these special mooncake flavours in KL a shot!
If you live or work in Damansara Perdana, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to food.
Get your baked skin treats, Shanghai Style Black Pepper Smoked Duck pastry, Snow Skin Japanese Green Tea and Cherry Jelly, and more at InterContinental KL.
Love local flavours like Sup Gear Box, Mee Rebus Daging, Ayam Perchik, as well as assorted kuih-muihs? This one’s for you.
Whether you prefer traditional baked types or snow skin specialties, here’s a list of where to get your mooncakes in KL this year.
Not sure of what to eat and where to go? We’ve got you covered, Ampang residents!