March 29th, 2020
Tag: Changkat Bukit Bintang
Small plates are getting big in the Klang Valley – here are 12 restaurants for contemporary tapas with cross-border
This Chinese restaurant is an oasis of calm in downtown Pudu, offering a sixth-floor view of the inner city to complement a menu that uniquely straddles the cuisines of both Sichuan and Hong Kong.
Italy is perhaps the country most well-known for its food across the world; pizza, pasta and coffee are present just about everywhere nowadays. But where are the best Italian restaurants in Kuala Lumpur to mangiare?
Palillos is one of 2015's most unexpected new eateries - a Japanese-inspired joint that specialises in skewers! Expect a harmonious marriage of Japanese gastronomy with some Spanish sensibilities.
Fuzio maintains a relatively low profile, but that turns out to be a virtue if you're searching for a calm, comfortable destination with satisfactory food and warm service.
A slice of Sydney surfaces in KL: Four Australians with wide experience in the restaurant business have combined forces to spearhead Drift, where modern Aussie cooking shines in a relaxed & inviting setting. It's poised to be a place to watch in 2015.
Fans of Americana will find much to admire in this watering hole's decor - from Elvis to Marilyn, Budweiser to Bugs, it's like an explosion at the memorabilia factory in Route 66, operated by Changkat's long-running Flam's pizza parlour.
In a setting that harkens back to Oriental opium dens of yore (with a bed & lamps, but no pipes), Changkat Bukit Bintang's latest hotspot surfaces without a whiff of smoky sleaze so far but with a wealth of fusion food & curiously addictive cocktails.
Equally enticing: The long-running Yoko's at Changkat Bukit Bintang has endured a major renovation and overhauled
No Longer in Operation. Culinary worlds collide at Daikanyama, where a menu that's likely never been seen at