Telawi’s latest restaurant marries Mediterranean warm fare with Korean-inspired desserts and drinks.
Piu Piu Piu is a casual, intimate space where customers can crowd around the counter, chat with each other and perhaps find a new friend or two.
A scoop of time-honoured Italian dessert-making tradition, another of savvy Malaysian inventiveness, topped with a…
Specialities from Sarawak seize centre stage at this new venue – on Saturdays and Sundays,…
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.
Suds & Lattes aims to rinse your clothes and cleanse your palate, combining a laundry business and a cafe.
Bangsar’s new wine bar places a premium on pasta – spaghetti surfaces with tenderly cured,…
The Mockingbird’s name is a nod to Harper Lee’s classic novel of courthouse justice, linking up with outlet founder Elaine Zarina Lamb’s legal background.
Half Moon conveys the full force of Middle Eastern cuisine with flavour-packed dishes that you’ll devour with gusto.
This Thai vegetarian restaurant offers enough to entice – the deep-fried ‘pomfret’ is strikingly shaped…
Possibly KL’s most painstakingly prepared rosti, cooked to order by Swiss-trained chef Elcey Tan and her team with three types of potatoes
Noodles keep customers slurping all day long at Pho Le Saigon.
Bon appetit: Served steaming-hot, Bonjour Vietnam is worth a stop for folks in this neighbourhood.
It might not be raining cafes in Cyberjaya, but Drizzle ensures this town won’t endure a drought of Melbourne-style brunch fare.
Add Kas Curry House to the Klang Valley’s shortlist of worthwhile banana leaf rice restaurants: With founder Kasturitharan’s mom cooking in the kitchen and his father manning the counter, you may feel like you’ve been invited for lunch at the family’s home.