Anneh adds a pork-loving spin to banana leaf rice.
Birch has become the buzziest restaurant in DC Mall, and it’s no stretch to see why – this seductive setting is soaked in sunlight, saturated with tasteful greenhouse-inspired aesthetics and suffused with happy vibes.
Baking its own bread and cakes, Avgust might not be the right cafe for the carb-phobic, but the rest of us will find much to savour
This colourfully groovy bar exudes a quirky sense of cool, bolstered further by playful cocktails
Where there’s a Will: This playful new watering hole, which boasts a cool cartoon fox named Will for its mascot, specialises in smoky skewers with a twist or two
If you’re visiting the new Melawati Mall, Be Sixth might be the most distinctive destination for a meal, showcasing a sixth-floor view of the neighbourhood from the restaurant’s alfresco area.
This neighbourhood bakery-cafe might be less than a year old but it harks back to less complicated times
Malaysian sisters Cynthia and Cassley have created a fresh haven that beautifully illustrates a sense of calm and character
Mezcla does a good job of conveying the crowd-pleasing flavours of Mexican-inspired fare
Our favourite destination for Japanese desserts has embarked on a new chapter of its delightful journey
Bustling from morning through midnight, The Establishment draws inspiration for its menu from Malaysia, Melbourne and beyond
Thai Hou Sek strives to immerse us in the sights, scents and sensations of Bangkok’s streets, blending what’s time-honoured with what’s trendy
Baba Kuat’s Seremban-born Peranakan founder Cheong Wai is flexing his culinary muscles with a sturdy selection of Asian-inflected rice bowl recipes
It’s nice to find eateries that work hard to own their niche. Cafe 5 serves purely two specialities – Belgian-inspired Liege waffles and interesting flavours of handcrafted ice cream.
For a casual brunch, White Sand Cafe’s speciality of tartines might please wholesome eaters