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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.
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.
Whether you prefer traditional baked types or snow skin specialties, here’s a list of where to get your mooncakes in KL this year.
Chynna rightly takes its place as one of the city’s premier Chinese eateries, bringing a classic menu together with modern preparation techniques.
This place serves porridge of all kinds, with even frog porridge on the menu, for those who are willing to give it a go.
The DreamWorks Kung Fu Panda Kitchen offers diners with an all-you-can-eat steamboat feast.
If you’re looking for a filling portion of Malaysian food with an almost-home-cooked feel, consider giving Mammam Deliveries a go.
Tucked in a corner of Pandamaran, Klang, Choon Guan Coffee Shop 1956 is a bustling breakfast spot for locals.
Fans of roast duck might like to flock to Fai Koh, a new stall in Puchong that’s reputedly run by a Hong Kong-born-and-trained chef with nearly four decades of professional experience in preparing fresh, flavoursome fowl.
Open through 5 a.m. each morning, Xing Fu works well enough for combating post-midnight munchies, especially if you’re craving traditional Teochew comfort.
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.
Step inside and one of the first things you might notice is an original Andy Warhol silk-screen portrait of Mao Zedong, which Warhol produced in the early 1970s.