March 29th, 2020
Category: Bar & Grill
The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur is extending Chinese New Year festive offers well into the whole month of
Celebrating the transformative power of fire and food, the Guinness Flavour by Fire festival rounded up some of
This post was written by EatDrink Brand Ambassador Alleena. To the left of swanky Hotel Stripes KL and heritage
Samba has taken over an adjoining space and turned into a very inviting semi-al fresco cachaça bar. We say semi here because although it’s definitely indoors, it’s also open enough to the outside to give patrons the best of both worlds.
What's not to love about grilled meat on sticks and sake? These yakitori places in KL and Selangor have fun food, good drinks deals, and lively atmospheres.
The EatDrink team has curated information on several restaurants, bars, and other F&B outlets in the Damansara Heights neighbourhood area into one convenient digital guide.
The two branches of Gallo Wine Bar are hidden havens, ideal for an idyllic evening of wining and dining
Following a seven-week nominations and voting system that got the public and members of Kuala Lumpur’s F&B
Learning to fly this month at Mont Kiara, Blackbird evolves from cafe to bistro and bar as the hours progress, showcasing a menu with both Australian and Asian accents.
Coffee saloon by day, gin parlour by night; sunny before six p.m., sultry after dusk: Maze takes an imaginative Jekyll-and-Hyde philosophy to what a suave, sprawling lounge can potentially be, transforming from a brunch-to-tea, cake-and-caffeine haven into a velvet-cloaked watering hole that stylishly spotlights the old-world glamour of gin.
From Tokyo-approved yakitori to Shanghai-inspired cocktails, Italian Neapolitan comfort food to Spanish pork grub, authentic Macanese cooking to Hong Kong-style Cantonese cuisine, this month’s roundup of new restaurants leaps across multiple borders and regions.