Damansara Heights’ new cavern for carnivores is a treasure trove of Charolais rib eye steaks, Wagyu briskets, French duck breasts and Dorper lamb loin chops.
Bait opens its second outlet at The Intermark, KL, showcasing dishes inspired by foods from Italy to France, Spain to Greece and Lebanon.
This fresh focus on communal feasting features small plates and side dishes to complement the restaurant’s hearty main meals
Goa is Soul Society’s most distinctive destination yet, shining a light on a vibrant spectrum of Indian cuisine in a captivating manner that’s utterly unlike any other curry-loving restaurant in our city.
Steakhouse staples, served with style to burn: Bangsar’s explosively popular new restaurant does justice to a smorgasbord of crowd-pleasing specialities.
AD Bar’s newly launched Raw Meets Neat promotion allows on to feast for two hours on fresh Norwegian salmon sashimi, while sipping on Raimon Isuke sake, topping off your tokkuri as often as your heart desires.
The Beer Factory Express puts more power into customers’ hands, promising you an enjoyably speedy, app-driven ordering process with some special benefits to boot.
One of KL’s few family-run wine bars, 18g takes pride in a warm, personal touch.
Sri Hartamas’ latest restaurant makes lovely use of its sprawling space, comfortably catering to more than a hundred customers in a bright, leafy setting.
Deuce takes over from Solaris Dutamas’ Coquo, whose chef Toni Valero has moved to Singapore after four years in Malaysia with a stint that started at The Intermark’s Ohla Tapas.
This month, the city welcomes Alexis’ little sister, Isabel, reviving the space that was once synonymous with Mesui Road’s Palate Palette.
Malacca by way of Sarawak: Okra offers Nyonya cuisine that stems from recipes that Alicia…
Chinatown’s Chocha Foodstore has embarked on a new evening menu that’s energised by produce at its peak, marrying traditional local ingredients with contemporary cosmopolitan cooking
The big dogs are romping into Sunway Geo Avenue: Food by Fat Cat feels purr-fect…
A massive, menacing shark mural ushers customers into KL’s first diving-themed cafe, the kitchen casts its net beyond the sea, with separate menus for brunch and dinner.