Taman OUG’s new hideout for cocktails channels a sultry sense of old-world Oriental atmospherics, complete with furnishing that includes a vintage erhu bowed instrument and a canopy bed frame built in Shanghai in the 1970s.
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The short list of bar snacks at Taman Desa’s latest watering hole runs the table from South American to Southeast Asian.
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Beer Shack marries a passion for food with the love of beer, in a setting that pops with colourful vibrancy.
Celebrate Chinese New Year with a playful Japanese-Peruvian twist at Nobu Kuala Lumpur.
Comfort food at fair prices while serving up a slew of crowd-pleasers in a casual, fuss-free setting, one can have a hearty meal, then play a game of darts to kill some time at Kong.
Comfortably snuggled in Damansara City Mall, 1974 Bar and Restaurant serves Korean-inspired bar bites like Korean fried chicken and a Bulgogi burger.
Souled Out Hartamas invites guests to ‘ChillnGrill’ with the debut of their newly-built wood-fired oven. Think premium chilled meats, pizzas, and mojitos.
BarZhen’s address is supposed to be ‘5, Jalan Balai Polis,’ but there’s no sign of that on this shop-house street.
Kenshin specialises in cocktails that take cues specifically from Southeast Asia, with intriguing nods to Borneo and Nusantara.
Look forward to dishes like seafood risotto, ricotta-stuffed ravioli, house-made gnocchi with bolognese sauce, and pizza Margherita, among others.
Created by a wine lover, for wine lovers, this cosy den brings the cellars of De Toren, Dominio Romano and more to an intimate corner of Damansara Kim.
AD Bar’s newly launched Raw Meets Neat promotion allows on to feast for two hours on fresh Norwegian salmon sashimi, while sipping on Raimon Isuke sake, topping off your tokkuri as often as your heart desires.