Dealing with a Rubik’s Cube has never been more delicious. Have a go at devouring the colourful yoghurt-based creation by Homuri Homemade Desserts.
Cheeni’s is helmed by a husband-&-wife team who honour their culinary heritage: Hubby specialises in…
he Midnight Baker is a fetching new stop for a fuss-free breakfast, lunch or tea, run by a small, self-reliant team with skill and soul.
Bangsar’s cornerstone for French cooking is firing on all cylinders for 2016 with a repertoire of traditional Gallic treats that’s more extensive than ever.
Friendly neighbourhood cafe, Chequers, has a bakery that specialises in imaginative savoury & sweet doughnuts worth devouring, alongside an array of house-baked bread & pastries.
The menu seems thoughtfully considered, with some unconventional enticements – pastas include ‘rotini’ corkscrew pasta with ‘smetana’ sour cream & salted egg yolk soft-shell crab.
One month after opening, Ampersand by Culinary Rebels has expanded its repertoire, unleashing a unique ensemble of imaginative recipes. In pursuit of pork ribs with playful twists or desserts with distinctive flourishes? The hunt may end here.
Tsubohachi seeks to offer the full spectrum of an izakaya-inspired experience in KL, striving to blend a kaleidoscope of Japanese flavours with courteous hospitality in a casual, exuberant setting.
From Japanese sea breams to Malaysian white snappers, Canadian-bred sea urchins to French oysters & Alaskan king crabs, Yamaguchi Fish Market is a one-stop polestar for customers coveting the opulence of the world’s oceans. The water’s the limit.
Malaysia’s first Aboong cafe opened this month, taking Korean carp cakes – bungeoppangs – & turning them into soft-waffle receptacles for frozen yoghurt.
Taiyakie House offers a twist on the Japanese version of fish-shaped cakes.
You Ai aims to attract dim sum devotees with an array that spans chiefly the classics & several contemporary concoctions.
After bringing the original New York pizza to KL in 2014, Mikey’s is ready to introduce our city to another authentic American classic – frozen custard, produced in the way that stays loyal to tradition.
This is the right time to rediscover Putien, which is poised to launch its latest branch on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, 2015, in the new Courtyard Subang to complement its other venues in 1 Utama & Sunway Pyramid.
Helmed by husband-&-wife team Yang & Donut, Boran aims to channel a sense of Thailand’s charm through its street fare.