Telawi’s latest restaurant marries Mediterranean warm fare with Korean-inspired desserts and drinks.
True to its name, Modern Society strives to carve a contemporary edge in everything from its design to its dishes
The flame licked charring around the edges and the undeniable smokiness in these pizzas show us that Proof takes its pizzas seriously.
Take the bitter(s) with the sweet: KL’s Ginaissance hits a high with this new watering hole dedicated to the joys of juniper – Pahit takes over the bar space of Sekeping Sin Chew Kee, the rustic guesthouse on a row of forgotten-by-time homes whose history stretches back to the 1920s.
Ketuhar is tucked in the calm confines of Menara Ruyi, scarcely a five-minute drive from Mid Valley, but its discreet location makes it a potential destination for patrons who dream of eluding the crowds.
The Korean fried chicken craze continues to claw across Subang, with Busan-birthed Outdark opening its first Malaysian branch this month, following scores of offshoots across South Korea and Hong Kong.
6pm is the magic hour at RAY, when the interplay of sunbeam and shadow on…
Bangsar’s new wine bar places a premium on pasta – spaghetti surfaces with tenderly cured,…
KL’s latest hotel, Element by Westin, boasts a flagship restaurant with a polished sheen and pleasing spaciousness
Turning three this month, Sitka continues to reinvent itself as one of KL’s most engaging eateries, evolving now into a modern Asian restaurant and convivial wine bar.
Bearing the name of the culturally charismatic city north of Beirut, Byblos carries the torch commendably for Lebanese cuisine, with a menu that reflects how the Middle East meets the Mediterranean.
Gohtong Jaya’s well-respected Loong Kee restaurant has opened its first outpost in KL: Fenix is a worthwhile entry in a city with no shortage of Chinese eateries.
The quest for a lovely, lively meal in Pavilion leads us to Quivo, which pulses with the vitality of a vibrant restaurant throughout the peak hours of lunch.
El Mesón promises mouthwatering authentic Spanish fare in Bangsar and Dea ParkCity
Seafood devotees may want to drop anchor at Pier 12, which plumbs the ocean for its maritime treasures, netting no shortage of fish, crustaceans and molluscs