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Come in your party shoes for a night to remember at the opening party of Rockafellers Kitchen + Bar Changkat. DJ’s, live bands, and fire eaters await!
Do you ever get a gin kind of mood every once in awhile? Because us too.
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.
Taman OUG’s new hideout for cocktails channels a sultry sense of old-world Oriental atmospherics, complete with furnishing that includes a vintage erhu bowed instrument and a canopy bed frame built in Shanghai in the 1970s.
Feel-good vibes run through the foundation of Nutz n Boltz, which lives up to its billing as ‘a snazzy restobar’, bringing a cool, colourful sense of fun to Desa ParkCity’s Plaza Arkadia.
BarZhen’s address is supposed to be ‘5, Jalan Balai Polis,’ but there’s no sign of that on this shop-house street.
Kenshin specialises in cocktails that take cues specifically from Southeast Asia, with intriguing nods to Borneo and Nusantara.
Austrian chef Markus Fasser returns for a second year to Taman Tun Dr Ismail’s D’Legends Bar for Austra Week, bringing a dozen authentic Austrian bistro-style favourites to KL for five days only, on 5-9 December, 2017.
AD Bar’s newly launched Raw Meets Neat promotion allows on to feast for two hours on fresh Norwegian salmon sashimi, while sipping on Raimon Isuke sake, topping off your tokkuri as often as your heart desires.
The Locker Room remains a peaceful little enclave for a quiet lunch or a night out to watch your favourite sports team play for the title
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…
Bangsar’s cosy new French-owned wine bar is a place to bookmark for patrons seeking some interesting vintages, paired with solid snacks.
We’ve seen more than a few African restaurants come and go in the Klang Valley over the past decade, but Afri could be the best one so far.