July 5th, 2022
Category: Ice Cream
Here are six places in KL and Selangor for soft-served ice cream.
The Hungry Spoon, located at Sri Petaling, is helmed by two chefs whose friendship spans 10 years and three countries - Suet Fei and Rahim first met each other a decade ago, when they enrolled at KDU's school of culinary arts.
A new day has dawned in Damansara Jaya: Second Sunday could become the first choice for denizens who desire a distinctive destination with fun flourishes and colourful cooking.
Cafe Dola balances the familiar and the fresh for its look, from the choice of lights to the Peranakan-inflected flooring, the cement bar to the woodwork of Nolin Teh Carpentry. There's an attention to detail too for the menu.
Yellow Brick Road is a place that needs to be enjoyed on its own merits - with compassion for its limitations, with the understanding that brunch is only a meal, a kiss is just a kiss, and a wizard who rules an Emerald empire may simply be a circus magician from Nebraska.
No ruby slippers required - tap your heels together three times, tell Toto you're not in Solaris Dutamas anymore, and let happy little bluebirds take you to this restaurant somewhere over the rainbow.
The Klang Valley's best new restaurant so far this year is an unassuming venue with an ambitious vision, spilling over with a cascade of culinary surprises that coalesce into an enriching experience to remind guests that with great food comes great joy.
Softsrve specialises - as its name suggests - in soft-serve ice cream, with the bonus of cross-continental inspirations.
Ticket To Korea tries to take culinary travellers on a first-class trip to explore Seoul's soul food.
One of this month's most intriguing F&B openings in PJ is Gee & Geek, conceived by a band of childhood buddies who studied together in SMK Taman SEA & have reunited to run a restaurant less than 500 metres from their alma mater.
Fifteen months after it first popped up in Taman Tun Dr Ismail and became one of this neighborhood's most soulful hangouts, Quartet is jazzing up its F&B selection with a retuned, rocking menu for 2015 that aims to drum up the appetites of cafe lovers.
The two sisters behind Fat Spoon have finally launched their sparkling new restaurant, simply called Mei, a contemporary Japanese joint in Desa Sri Hartamas that seems set to replicate its elder sibling's well-earned success in Damansara Uptown.
Valentine's with a view: couples searching for a distinctive dinner destination can consider Signature at The Roof, which offers culinary seduction in the sky.