March 29th, 2020
While many would consider themselves coffee lovers, the daily grind does tend to affect our sense of appreciation
Following their successful debut last year, the reinvention of the quintessential Malaysian food court experience,
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.
The League of Captains located is a cafe spearheaded by the folks behind local clothing label Pestle & Mortar.
Epic Fit Meals Co strives to prove that healthy recipes which emphasise fresh ingredients, balanced nutrition and moderate portions can be convenient, creative & tasty.
Opening this week in Mid Valley, Panchos claims it serves the city's tastiest tacos, burritos and quesadillas; there are a couple of other contenders in KL for that crown, but fortunately, this isn't entirely an empty boast.
Sous-vide steaks, burgers and wraps on a Sri Hartamas sidewalk, served by a banker-turned-chef who loves his meat.
Good Food & Co at Jaya Shopping Centre is pretty passionate about its offerings. The restaurant relies on locally sourced ingredients for most of its fare.
The onslaught of American F&B franchises continues: Fuddruckers has brought what it calls the 'world's greatest hamburgers' to Malaysia.
The Lake Fields neighbourhood might seem a bit off the beaten track, but it's barely a 10-minute drive from Bukit Jalil, making Bites Cafe convenient enough to visit, especially in the evening & on weekends, when parking should be easier in this enclave that's crowded with commercial outlets.