A new venue by the New Zealanders behind KL’s Antipodean cafes, Delirium is certain to attract an outpouring of attention in the months ahead.
Real Food is both a beautiful vegetarian cafe & a bountifully stocked grocer with an impressive repertoire.
Nara kicked off with a confidently conducted trial run for both friends & paying customers this past weekend, unveiling an early oeuvre of breakfast bowls, wraps, salads, sandwiches & sides with plenty of promise.
Dah Makan has steadily nurtured a reputation in recent months for being one of KL’s most dependable lunchbox delivery services.
Aether Cafe at Taman Tun Dr Ismail serves nutritious recipes at lower-than-the-norm prices.
Epic Fit Meals Co strives to prove that healthy recipes which emphasise fresh ingredients, balanced nutrition and moderate portions can be convenient, creative & tasty.
Greenhouse by Muir – situated beside Gleneagles Hospital – is one of this month’s most attractive new F&B destinations, saturated with ideas and steeped in intrigue.
In one elegant, evocative word, Eat issues an impossible-to-ignore imperative to KL’s food fans to swarm Sentul’s D7 complex.
This restaurant targets folks who want to eat healthy.
We recently tried out the offerings of HappyTime Kitchen, an initiative by a team of Malaysian health coaches.
(Damansara) Uptown funk gives us a new cafe to check out; Juicyfy, which serves cold-pressed juices (the Klang Valley’s current ‘it’ drink), smoothies, bread, waffles & gelato.
This new health cafe & store, hidden on a row of homes in Bangsar, marks a fresh chapter in the personal journey of Malaysian-born, Melbourne-based Shantini Ingkaran, a former practising lawyer who reinvented herself as a wellness trainer.
Sean Yoong takes a trip to The Weld for minimal-guilt nasi lemak.
Folks in search of relatively wholesome recipes can now explore Fortunate Coffee, a new vegan restaurant & coffee bar in Riverwalk Village off Jalan Ipoh.
Einstein Cafe, tucked on the first floor of a shop-house on Jalan Sultan in Chinatown. The cafe has no signboard, so look for Sinn Optical & the little red door beside that store.