Babe introduces a fun-filled Fall/ Winter menu that’s full of surprises.
Royce’s curated Christmas chocolates and cookies make the perfect gift and will add merriment to the season.
Fahmi, El, Nas and their friendly crew bring a lot of heart to Mikro, a small space that won us over big time.
Springtime has come for restaurant enthusiasts at Sunway Geo Avenue, where many new eateries have sprouted recently.
This neighbourhood joint not only serves up a mean burger but also has delicious pizzas, leaving customers satisfied and wanting more.
Taking cues from as far-flung as Louisiana and Hawaii, Wings N Boar is represented by a mascot of a feathered hog that illustrates the specialities of this cafe – chicken, pork and other meaty temptations.
This restaurant now tackles an impressive range of recipes from across the globe, often served with a intriguing twist or two.
Little Collins’ 2017 Yuletide selection is full of festive flair: The cakes, their luscious forte, are gorgeous, abounding with meticulously perfected intricacies, scaling the pinnacle of cake craftsmanship.
Damansara Heights’ new cavern for carnivores is a treasure trove of Charolais rib eye steaks, Wagyu briskets, French duck breasts and Dorper lamb loin chops.
Calling Aladdin, Ali Baba and Sinbad: This month, an enterprising band of first-year students at Sunway University staged their own interpretation of Arabian Nights in Athanor, the campus’ excellent restaurant.
Bait opens its second outlet at The Intermark, KL, showcasing dishes inspired by foods from Italy to France, Spain to Greece and Lebanon.
The Bloom’s own-made tarts coupled with filter coffee and iced tea complements the calming and mellow piano music tinkling softly in the background.
Steakhouse staples, served with style to burn: Bangsar’s explosively popular new restaurant does justice to a smorgasbord of crowd-pleasing specialities.
The Beer Factory Express puts more power into customers’ hands, promising you an enjoyably speedy, app-driven ordering process with some special benefits to boot.
Call it serendipi-tea: a dynamic perspective to what makes a terrific tea and how it can radically transform a meal.