Han Wa Dam serves authentic and traditional Korean food in a modern and classy atmosphere.
Our first trip to Flock saw us tasting a ‘Torched Fish Salad-Bration’, Wild Mushroom Paus, and a platterful of cheese made in Malaysia.
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.
Owners behind the Malaysian franchise are married couple Jannio Shun and Elizabeth Thea Lee, passionate foodies who have a special place in their hearts for COCA as they frequented the restaurant during their dating days and always loved the food.
If you live or work in Damansara Perdana, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to food.
Love local flavours like Sup Gear Box, Mee Rebus Daging, Ayam Perchik, as well as assorted kuih-muihs? This one’s for you.
Hilton Kuala Lumpur brings you the taste of Japan’s premium Tokushima grade A5 wagyu beef.
Not many people know of this place, as Nomo is the fine-dining addition of Heli Lounge and Bar.
It’s hard to miss this chic Parisian-style cafe in Resorts World Genting, serving up high-quality French food and beverages.
Learn how to bake vegetarian focaccia from scratch, decorate with beautiful buttercream piping, and even create your own geode cake.
The DreamWorks Kung Fu Panda Kitchen offers diners with an all-you-can-eat steamboat feast.
The Westin Kuala Lumpur hosts one of the city’s longest-running Sunday Champagne brunches, the famous Bubbalicious Brunch, held in its authentic Italian eatery, Prego.
Morganfield’s is a homegrown chain of restaurants known for its ‘American-size’ portions and delicious pork ribs.
Nestled along the compact but lovely street of Persiaran Ampang, The Daily Grind Ampang takes the cake as the place to go for burgers.