BarZhen’s address is supposed to be ‘5, Jalan Balai Polis,’ but there’s no sign of that on this shop-house street.
Young Malaysian chefs Lucas and Tammy put their personal spin on local flavours and textures.
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.
Discretely tucked away in Petaling Jaya, Potter’s Cafe offers cakes and coffee in their art gallery.
Milligram is one venue that deserves wider recognition for bringing a lot of heart and soul to what it offers.
Taman Desa’s latest spot for Japanese soul food mainly tackles ramen
Siu yuk satay is the novelty here and it might be worth sampling for curious customers who enjoy eccentric experimentation.
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.
Taking cues from as far-flung as Louisiana and Hawaii, Wings N Boar is represented by a mascot of a feathered hog that illustrates the specialities of this cafe – chicken, pork and other meaty temptations.
Austrian chef Markus Fasser returns for a second year to Taman Tun Dr Ismail’s D’Legends Bar for Austra Week, bringing a dozen authentic Austrian bistro-style favourites to KL for five days only, on 5-9 December, 2017.
Baan Rao stands out naturally as a Thai restaurant, with a kitchen filled with more than half-a-dozen Thai cooks from northeastern Roi Et province, led by chef Ivy Rungtiwa.
This restaurant now tackles an impressive range of recipes from across the globe, often served with a intriguing twist or two.
This fresh focus on communal feasting features small plates and side dishes to complement the restaurant’s hearty main meals
One of KL’s few family-run wine bars, 18g takes pride in a warm, personal touch.