Row Cafe is another recent entry on the revived Doraisamy Road, though it’s not a…
Over the past four months, Steaks & Lobsters has fast become Desa Sri Hartamas’ go-to place for mega-hearty meals of a bovine & crustacean bent.
Stoked, one of KL’s top new outlets of 2015, has teamed up with London’s like-minded John Doe – a charcoal-fuelled eatery that focuses on game cooking – to bring in British restaurateur-chefs Mark Blatchford & Paul Fox for a unique pop-up dining experience that runs 29 October until 1 November.
Lucky Bo takes familiar favourites & puts its personal spin on them; expect both Western & Asian offerings.
A review of Cristallo di Luna and Luna Bar, located at the Pacific Regency Hotel in KL.
Brolly opens up this week at Menara Felda on Persiaran KLCC – its vivaciously striking look is fuelled by the no-brakes spirit of a maniacal garage; the centrepiece is a pillar full of wash-basins with truck tyres for sinks, gasoline pumps for taps & side view mirrors that supply a maelstrom of reflections for the posing & preening pleasure of patrons.
Stoked fans the embers of a scorching-hot new era for Medan Damansara’s restaurant enclave.
Wild Wild East gallops this month into KL’s untamed frontiers of upmarket street food, bringing a maverick take on cooked-to-order beef, lamb, chicken & fish.
With a no-nonsense name like Steaks & Lobsters, customers know exactly what the protein-powered game is here.
Two Sons Bistro is a family affair, founded by married couple Steve and Ida with a name that represents their two toddlers, Riley and Rylan.
The heat is on at Hubba Hubba: Chef Izal and his team are fanning the embers of excitement at the city centre’s party hub with their new menu of protein-powered, barbecued skewers with stirringly inventive sauces and stomach-pleasingly unlimited sides.
Fuzio maintains a relatively low profile, but that turns out to be a virtue if you’re searching for a calm, comfortable destination with satisfactory food and warm service.
Enduring more than five years now in Bandar Utama, Kitchen Creatures has proven to be one of Centrepoint’s most dependable destinations for a satisfactory meal at prices that encouragingly still seem more hitched to 2010 than 2015.
Antlers away: Another American chain lands in Malaysia, this one with a Texan theme to complement its steak specialities.
Billed as a haven for lobster lovers and meat maniacs, here’s a cheerful little restaurant tucked in the Putra Heights township.