A taste of Thailand, coupled with nostalgia.
Hilton Kuala Lumpur brings you the taste of Japan’s premium Tokushima grade A5 wagyu beef.
Chynna rightly takes its place as one of the city’s premier Chinese eateries, bringing a classic menu together with modern preparation techniques.
Although the name Sorrok implies that the restaurant is hidden, it’s actually in a prominent…
With a portfolio that includes being Sous Chef at The Tippling Club, Singapore, expect nothing but delicious creativity from Deuce KL’s head chef Hun Yan.
One of the newer kids on the Old Malaya block, Pintu serves up Western fusion dishes and an array of cocktails in a relaxing atmosphere.
Not many people know of this place, as Nomo is the fine-dining addition of Heli Lounge and Bar.
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.
Tucked away in Kepong, Zen and Co. ticks all the boxes when it comes to offering unique and reasonably priced Japanese fusion food, desserts, and beverages.
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.
Those who frequent Bangsar, particularly Lucky Garden, would probably be quite familiar with the contemporary restaurant that sits in a prominent corner, Portofino Italian Restaurant.
If you’re looking for a filling portion of Malaysian food with an almost-home-cooked feel, consider giving Mammam Deliveries a go.
What’s great about Toridoki is that you can easily put together any sort of meal you like, choosing from veggies, salads, appetizers, side dishes, and of course that appealing array of grilled chicken skewers.