Taman OUG’s new hideout for cocktails channels a sultry sense of old-world Oriental atmospherics, complete with furnishing that includes a vintage erhu bowed instrument and a canopy bed frame built in Shanghai in the 1970s.
This restaurant has steadily evolved into one of our top recommendations in 1 Utama, serving up imaginative dishes that delight, conceived with an elegant flair by chef Daren Leong and his team.
Depot’s Sarawakian founders are clearly proud of their roots, with small flags of their home state flying above the entrance and behind the counter.
Made by Illy is a noodle specialist in the TTDI neighbourhood that serves up several variations of pork-free ramen as well as light bites like zesty chicken wings.
Geographer Cafe knows the map to our hearts and stomachs.
With its owners and head chef being Egyptians themselves, diners can look forward to tasting some authentic flavours of Egypt at Tut’s Eatery.
Durianity takes durian-based novelties to a playful new peak where Musang King specialities are the top temptation.
Fans of roast duck might like to flock to Fai Koh, a new stall in Puchong that’s reputedly run by a Hong Kong-born-and-trained chef with nearly four decades of professional experience in preparing fresh, flavoursome fowl.
Steered by Algerian-born manager Emir, Moroccan chef Achraf and their friendly team, Kasbah offers an authentic voyage through a spectrum of cooking with lush textures and comforting flavours
Pak Jen is a terrific space for fans of traditional, time-honoured fare, spilling over with spices and flowing with flavours in the most satisfying sense.
One of Tokyo’s best-known crepe shops, founded in Harajuku in the mid-1970s, Marion Crepes has opened its first Malaysian outpost in Plaza Mont Kiara.
Open through 5 a.m. each morning, Xing Fu works well enough for combating post-midnight munchies, especially if you’re craving traditional Teochew comfort.
If you’re looking for an indulgent all-you-can-eat meal, then Kuro Japanese Steamboat should be on your list.
Damansara Uptown’s new spot for Korean fried chicken does a decent job of whipping up wings with a solid crunch, a reasonable tenderness and fairly distinct soy and spicy flavours.
Are you ready for a durian party?