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.
Lanterns shaped like cupcakes and ice cream cones, sofas that look like oversize lips, a ‘dance floor’ that lights up with dessert-themed images – this sweets parlour shimmies into Mont Kiara this month, with cute cupcakes as its chief temptation.
Run by Malaysia’s MySkills Foundation, De’Divine is meant to be a training ground for underprivileged youngsters & high school dropouts to secure practical skills in the F&B sector, working in the kitchen & as part of the service crew here.
This friendly restaurant infuses its food with enjoyable twists
Cooking that stays faithful to what Mum might prepare for the family table
Fear not! The invaders come in peace, bearing their own interpretations of hot dogs and sandwiches
A true guilty indulgence: Toast Me Up’s Nutella cheese toast, freshly prepared to order, served hot & crisp, with each bite conveying the creamy, full-bodied flavour of everyone’s favourite hazelnut spread
Spetta bids buongiorno to KL, hoping to bring the casual breeziness of an Italian-inspired coffee bar to Cheras
The Cafe Chicken (spearheaded by a Korean couple) seems perfect for those midnight munchies, promising poultry as the Koreans do it.
Founded by three longtime friends Dinesh, Sam and Reagan, Eighty9 telegraphs a sense of playful…
This cafe relies on recipes by an Ampang-based grandmother who reputedly runs a catering business in Kampung Baru.
Even conservative coffee drinkers and Earl Grey-guzzling tea party members might want to give Liberal Latte a shot
Any cafe that has ‘Ethiopian chicken’ on its menu could be worth investigating: WOP Coffee’s…
Tongue to tail eating, with everything in between, at Cheras’ current hotspot for Chinese Hunan cuisine
Fans of hidden cafes, check out this cosy one, tucked inside the offices of the…