Following their successful debut last year, the reinvention of the quintessential Malaysian food court experience,…
Beginning its reign in Bangsar this month, Shawarma King boasts a crown jewel of a shawarma wrap that’s royally stuffed with tenderly grilled lamb and chicken, crisp vegetables and no fewer than five sauces.
When a triathlete kicks off his own business offering wholesome wraps, bowls and sandwiches, it’s likely to showcase the same sort of dedication
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.
Cosy & colourful, calm & casual, cheerful & charming, Kota Damansara’s Bmon Cafe – spearheaded by Malaysian brothers Travis & Roy – supplies an excellent escape for the young-at-heart.
The spirit of Korean fusion fare burns in Soul in Seoul in Sri Petaling. The restaurant is split into two sections – an alfresco area for cafe fare & a more traditional space for BBQ food.
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.
This is the first Malaysian outpost of U.S.-based toasted submarine sandwich franchise Quiznos.
RGB is poised to become one of KL’s buzziest new cafes, run by the caffeine-passionate pioneers who spearheaded the recently closed RAW Coffee in Menara Equity.