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Tao at InterContinental: 2015 Snapshot

This restaurant is a sanctuary of serene sophistication, with a lavish centrepiece of ceiling lights that conjure an under-the-stars impression, bearing down on walls with a pink peach blossom motif (‘Tao’ is Mandarin for peach) and shelves with ornate teapots assembled from across Asia.

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Greenhouse By Muir at Ampang: Restaurant Review

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.

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2 Scones 1 Cup at Petaling Jaya: Snapshot

Four friends who recently wrapped up their studies abroad have come back to Malaysia and combined forces to launch one of PJ's most cheerful cafes.

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Rubberduck at Plaza Damas: Restaurant Review

The two women who run Rubberduck are no quacks - Kat and Lin, bolstered by a hard-working crew, have launched a new alfresco cafe that could float close to the top of Plaza Damas' best bets for freshly baked cakes and fragrantly brewed coffee.

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Houshuen at Gasing, Petaling Jaya: Restaurant Review

Houshuen in Petaling Jaya is a one woman show outdoor café that sells tea, cakes and coffee. The name, translated from Chinese, means ‘Good Choice’.

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Kenny Hills Bakers at Bukit Tunku: Restaurant Review

Step into Kenny Hills Bakers at Bukit Tunku and smell the irresistible fragrance of fresh baked sourdough loaves, ciabatta bread & baguettes.

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Juice D Fruitz at Setiawalk: Restaurant Review

Setiawalk's Juice D' Fruitz features no fewer than 32 cold-pressed combos, with components that range from beetroot to broccoli to bananas & blueberries, grapefruit to guava to ginger & garlic (!)

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Laid-back Luxe at the Lobby Bar: Restaurant Review

You may wonder why you’d ever relax at a hotel bar, and I’d be lying if I said that thought didn’t cross my mind. But an afternoon at the Lobby Bar changed all that. [Sponsored]

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2015 Menu: Frisky Goat, TTDI

Frisky Goat is set to soon mark its first birthday - in less than a year, this has turned into one of Taman Tun Dr Ismail's most reliable stops for weekend brunches, but it's worth noting that Frisky Goat is a solid bet for full-fledged lunches & dinners too.

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Cherry Bomb at See Hoy Chan: Restaurant Review

Its name might sound explosive, but Cherry Bomb Coffee - a moniker that serves as a nod to coffee cherries - is a calm hideout that's meant to evoke the feeling of home.

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