Ground Hog’s emergence heralds the onset of pork season on this street in Taman Tun Dr Ismail
Turning three this month, Sitka continues to reinvent itself as one of KL’s most engaging eateries, evolving now into a modern Asian restaurant and convivial wine bar.
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.
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.
Gohtong Jaya’s well-respected Loong Kee restaurant has opened its first outpost in KL: Fenix is a worthwhile entry in a city with no shortage of Chinese eateries.
This friendly restaurant infuses its food with enjoyable twists
Fun Japanese fusion fare forms the foundation of Papasan’s pleasures
Fittie Sense’s menu raises serious doubts over whether a can opener might be found here, flexing its muscles with clean, clear evidence of cooked-from-scratch meticulousness
Cooking that stays faithful to what Mum might prepare for the family table
The quest for a lovely, lively meal in Pavilion leads us to Quivo, which pulses with the vitality of a vibrant restaurant throughout the peak hours of lunch.
El Mesón promises mouthwatering authentic Spanish fare in Bangsar and Dea ParkCity
Stepping into Fullhouse is akin to walking into a wonderland for the young at heart, especially for customers who love dollhouses
One of our most eagerly anticipated eateries marries Burmese, Sri Lankan and Indian culinary traditions with Malaysian sensibilities to birth a menu that’s utterly unique in KL.
Seafood devotees may want to drop anchor at Pier 12, which plumbs the ocean for its maritime treasures, netting no shortage of fish, crustaceans and molluscs
The Seven is a two-level venue that houses a welcoming pub by the street, but more surprisingly, a discreet dining hall upstairs that’s gracefully decked out with an open kitchen and other elegant embellishments.