At just over a year old, The Locker & Loft (L&L) has already established itself…
This Bird is set to soar: KL’s first rum bar (charmingly characterised as ‘rumah rum’) takes flight this month, bringing the beloved beverage of pirates and privateers.
This review is brought to you in part by The Whisky Bar. Here’s an impressive…
The Lagavulin distillery celebrated its 200th year of malts with two limited edition releases – the 8 Year Old and the 25 Year Old – at Black Box, Publika on 16 December 2016.
The fifth edition of the Better Beer Festival will bring craft beer, live music, and beer-inspired food together in Publika.
Every visit to The Point is a voyage through a series of surprises, exploring the imaginative prowess of a restaurant
Hoopla may well be one of Hartamas’ most elegantly bedecked restaurants, endowed with an imaginative menu of snacks for sharing
Inspired by Martin Scorsese’s Oscar-winning film Hugo, Malaysia’s first steampunk-themed bar features the creations of Chief mixologist Joe Low who banks primarily on Asian influences for his concoctions.
This intensely atmospheric bar is poised to be one of 2016’s most popular caverns of cocktails, lit with crimson lanterns & neon calligraphy that translates into Petaling Street’s Cantonese name, evoking some ethereal scene from a Wong Kar-wai movie.
The Kuala Lumpur Journal flaunts two enticing eateries – the street-level Bounty & The Shack, a leafy alfresco venue on the first floor.
Marquee @ Menara Lien Hoe seeks to showcase six distinctive F&B concepts on Persiaran Tropicana, kicking off this month with CHAZE, a sultry lounge inspired by a suave persona.
Gastro Bar By Burgeon is the result of a dramatic overhaul, replacing PJ’s Ribs At The Burgeon.
As we enter this festive final fortnight of 2015, Nobu Club Lounge deserves consideration as a top venue for a fun night out.
Two Ox bulldozes its way into The Row, opening today amid Doraisamy Road’s current revitalisation; this new French bistro is founded by the folks behind KL’s Maison Francaise, offering Chef Thierry Le Baut’s traditional favourites in a carefree setting.
Swathed in sultry shadows, Ekkamai celebrates traditional Thai cuisine with modern flair.