This post is brought to you in part by The Westin Kuala Lumpur. Mother’s and…
The Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur is Puttin On a Ritzy Christmas this year. We had the pleasure of trying some of their festive offerings.
Check out these 21 places in KL and Selangor to satisfy your chocolate cravings.
The Westin Kuala Lumpur hosts one of the city’s longest-running Sunday Champagne brunches, the famous Bubbalicious Brunch, held in its authentic Italian eatery, Prego.
Royce’s curated Christmas chocolates and cookies make the perfect gift and will add merriment to the season.
This new chocolate boutique-cafe relies primarily on cacao beans from Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam, turned into treats that are made in Malaysia under Japanese auspices.
The Dark Gallery casts a new, relatively refined light on the chocolate experience, allowing for an appreciation of cacao in a nuanced, thoughtful fashion.
Lustrously marbled Valrhona chocolate bonbons, crafted in irresistible flavours: If chocolates are your weakness, Ballotin might be your downfall.
The first ever KitKat Chocolatory in Malaysia is now operating in Mid Valley Megamall for a limited time only until 4th October 2016.
Malaysian purveyor Chocolate Concierge recently launched deliciously satisfying chocolate appreciation sessions
Ning-Geng Ong is steadily becoming a Malaysian trail-blazer in the realm of chocolates
Home-made, hand-crafted chocolate truffles by Bangsar-based cacao enthusiasts available by advance order or at weekend food markets sometimes around the Klang Valley
Go-Getter Cafe goes all-out to get its customers in a feel-good mood, with a menu that’s designed to be energetically distinctive & a setting that’s bright & buoyant.
Desserts are the name of the game at Sweet Palate, an oasis of calm in Bangsar South.
Gula Cakery is a family effort in the fullest sense: High-profile baker Arieni Ritzal creates the seductive cakes that beckon customers, her brother Adrien designed the cafe & their parents prepare hot meals for lunch & dinner.