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Copper Modern European Restaurant at Menara Shell, Tun Sambanthan: Restaurant Review

Sean Yoong visits Copper, tucked on the fifth floor of Menara Shell on Tun Sambanthan, a pretty spacious and beautifully outfitted restaurant - not a bad bet for business lunches.

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Juice D Fruitz at Setiawalk: Restaurant Review

Setiawalk's Juice D' Fruitz features no fewer than 32 cold-pressed combos, with components that range from beetroot to broccoli to bananas & blueberries, grapefruit to guava to ginger & garlic (!)

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2015 Menu: Frisky Goat, TTDI

Frisky Goat is set to soon mark its first birthday - in less than a year, this has turned into one of Taman Tun Dr Ismail's most reliable stops for weekend brunches, but it's worth noting that Frisky Goat is a solid bet for full-fledged lunches & dinners too.

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The Olive Tree at Menara Hap Seng

Indian food is available almost anywhere in Kuala Lumpur, but it’s often more tricky to find an upscale restaurant that serves authentic fare. [Sponsored]

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LA/PA at Telawi, Bangsar: Restaurant Review

Bangsar's New Year baby springs into action this week, showing great potential to grow into something special. LA/PA - a catchy play on 'lapar,' the Malay word for 'hungry' - is a spin-off from the vibrant people who brought us Taman Tun's Quar/Tet; we think LA/PA will easily equal the success of its big brother.

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Foodlogy French-Italian Restaurant at Viva Residency, Sentul: Restaurant Review

French & Italian fare, carefully prepared by two Malaysian sisters coached by a respected French F&B consultant, surfaces this month at this casual restaurant in Sentul's Viva Residency, not too far from the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre.

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Organica Lifestyle at Bangsar: Restaurant Review

This new health cafe & store, hidden on a row of homes in Bangsar, marks a fresh chapter in the personal journey of Malaysian-born, Melbourne-based Shantini Ingkaran, a former practising lawyer who reinvented herself as a wellness trainer.

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Smoking Hog at SS2 PJ Petaling Jaya: Restaurant Review

Somewhere in the suburbs, one of the Klang Valley's most ambitiously inventive restaurants of 2014 launched this week - it's a dirty, deliriously delicious secret, its sole entrance tucked away on an SS2 side alley that leads up to the top floor of a shop-lot, without a signboard to call its own.

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Fortunate Coffee at Riverwalk: Restaurant Review

Folks in search of relatively wholesome recipes can now explore Fortunate Coffee, a new vegan restaurant & coffee bar in Riverwalk Village off Jalan Ipoh.

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Einstein Cafe at Chinatown: Restaurant Review

Einstein Cafe, tucked on the first floor of a shop-house on Jalan Sultan in Chinatown. The cafe has no signboard, so look for Sinn Optical & the little red door beside that store.

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