Sink your teeth in to a host of international seafood.
Trendy & Modern
You may be surprised to learn that Kuala Lumpur is home to its very own…
Babe is an amalgamation of Chef Ramsey’s artful finesse for progressive modernist cuisine with elements of gastronomy, and the BE Group’s signature boutique sophistication
From 17th to 19th June, Nobu KL will be serving a limited-time Omakase menu in conjunction with Father’s Day.
This new Camelot for tea enthusiasts strives to sustain a code of culinary chivalry in preparing both tea and meals
This new restaurant specialises exclusively in the art of omakase – there’s no a la carte menu, so patrons leave it entirely to the culinary team to prepare set meals that represent a complete journey through Japanese cooking
Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur’s flagship restaurant has now reopened, returning to its roots as a classical steakhouse, looking more ravishing than ever, spruced up with splashes of elegant contemporary artwork
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.
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.
Founded by chef David & his compatriots Chye & Matthieu, this is a neighbourhood hangout with a smooth, easy-going charm & soothing, chilled-out vibe.
This intriguing cafe is inundated with culinary novelties, set in a curious two-storey space with a forested view of Bukit Ceylon.
Babe’s chief asset is its chef, American-Japanese Jeff Ramsey, an affably approachable figure who helmed the kitchen of Tapas Molecular Bar in Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, when it earned its first Michelin star.