Happy Creme hopes to become a happy stop for shoppers in Suria KLCC, offering pure milk soft serves with an array of possible toppings.
This fuss-free spot welcomes customers with bowl after bowl of Vietnamese noodles, both soupy & dry.
Idli Only Cafe goes beyond steamed idli & rava idli to also serve Butter Podi Idli, Manchurian Idli, & Idli Upma.
Founded by chef David & his compatriots Chye & Matthieu, this is a neighbourhood hangout with a smooth, easy-going charm & soothing, chilled-out vibe.
Over the past four months, Steaks & Lobsters has fast become Desa Sri Hartamas’ go-to place for mega-hearty meals of a bovine & crustacean bent.
Risotto buffs might like Iggo, which serves a trio of creamy rice recipes.
Jemi Cafe is a comparatively discreet hideout in Taman Desa.
Soon after the sun rises, so does the cutely named, charmingly decorated Kepochi, a kopitiam-style joint that jump-starts every morning with East-&-West breakfasts.
B2B Burns 2 Bottles could become a new hotspot for modern Thai fare, firing up the imagination with a crowd-pleasing collection of sharing plates at sensible prices.
Crab Hut, a spin-off of Petaling Jaya’s Crab Factory, is now open at Shaftsbury Square, springing saucy surprises & offering a real reason for food lovers to take the trip to Malaysia’s tech town.
With a name that evokes the sumptuousness of classical Chinese cooking, this elegant restaurant furnishes a feast of effectively prepared recipes, becoming a popular choice this year in Sri Petaling’s increasingly crowded neighbourhood.
Hail’s swirls into Damansara Uptown this month, ensuring this neighbourhood remains the Klang Valley’s coolest destination for ice cream.
Raisin’ The Roof hopes to raise the bar for KL’s eat-clean scene, pitching a tasteful range of wholesome salads, sandwiches, wraps & desserts that match its motto ‘Making Nutritious Delicious.’
This cheerful, family-run cafe promises a unique proposition – Taiwanese-inspired waffle-shaped desserts made with milk & glutinous rice flour, instead of baking powder & wheat flour, resulting in a treat meant to evoke the pleasantly chewy texture of mochi rice cakes. Moffles?
Baan Kun Ya offers a beautiful setting for a Thai meal of both classic & contemporary fare.