July 5th, 2022
This places offers a variety of interesting dishes like doughnut chips and strawberry nachos
Ami Sugiyama & her team of Japanese & Malaysian 'tea sommeliers' are brewing a unique experience in Damansara Uptown, eager to introduce more locals in the Klang Valley to the nuances of Japanese tea.
This restaurant is a sanctuary of serene sophistication, with a lavish centrepiece of ceiling lights that conjure an under-the-stars impression, bearing down on walls with a pink peach blossom motif (‘Tao’ is Mandarin for peach) and shelves with ornate teapots assembled from across Asia.
A new venue by the New Zealanders behind KL's Antipodean cafes, Delirium is certain to attract an outpouring of attention in the months ahead.
Closer tries to go the distance to be distinctive with a sun-drenched, plant-adorned setting to complement its amiable offerings.
Cruffins have finally come to KL, courtesy of The Bread Shop, Bukit Damansara's go-to place for pastries for the past six years.
KL's playground for pretzels promises fun for patrons & palates of all ages, parading a carousel of doughy
Houshuen in Petaling Jaya is a one woman show outdoor café that sells tea, cakes and coffee. The name, translated from Chinese, means ‘Good Choice’.
Step into Kenny Hills Bakers at Bukit Tunku and smell the irresistible fragrance of fresh baked sourdough loaves, ciabatta bread & baguettes.
You may wonder why you’d ever relax at a hotel bar, and I’d be lying if I said that thought didn’t cross my mind. But an afternoon at the Lobby Bar changed all that. [Sponsored]