Bringing back the familiar scents and tastes of your past from the kitchen of the…
Even the best aficionados of dessert-lovers in Malaysia have not had artisanal ice cream this…
TPC Kuala Lumpur’s Ramadan buffet spread is one for the books.
Enjoy tea for two at Prego.
Traditional Malay cuisine taken to another level.
Find great food and intriguing cocktails at Knowhere.
Nando’s once again takes inspiration from Africa’s magical combination of vibrant colours, unique heritage and love for the smoky flavour of open-fire cooking to create the super-natural Smoky PERi-PERi sauce.
Ring in the auspicious Lunar New Year with a treasure trove of celebratory feasts and festivities at Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur.
Samba has taken over an adjoining space and turned into a very inviting semi-al fresco cachaça bar. We say semi here because although it’s definitely indoors, it’s also open enough to the outside to give patrons the best of both worlds.
The sashimi here was very fresh, very tasty, and clearly of supreme quality.
Lush greenery surrounds diners in a blanket of calm, perfect for a relaxing and enjoyable authentic Thai-Indochinese meal at Samira.
Run by the same folks behind Ruyi and Lyn in BSC, YU by Ruyi serves up modern Chinese cuisine, creative cocktails, and delightful dim sum treats.
A Mediterranean restaurant, Kasbah, serves North African specialities, including Moroccan cuisine.
From Winnie the Pooh-themed macaroons to a full on mermaid toast, it’s hard just thinking of how to eat them. Check out these 5 cute desserts in KL!
If you’re in search of KL’s newest ‘view from the top,’ be sure to check out Vertigo, high atop Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur.