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OW:L Espresso at SS15 Subang: Restaurant Review

OW:L Espresso, a first-floor perch where college students of a feather flock together, is set to become one of Subang Jaya's coolest new hangouts.

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Midsummer Night at OUG: Restaurant Review

Midsummer Night in OUG; a first floor cafe, concealed without a signboard above an auto workshop, is for now an oasis of crowd-free calm.

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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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Chai Bar at Oasis Ara Damansara: Restaurant Review

Salads often get a raw deal from the meat-preferring public - 'rabbit food,' some folks scoff - but a fresh set of salad bars is sprouting to change that.

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Wei Kee: Restaurant Review

It's the end of the road for Wei Kee in Imbi; the respected specialist in duck & goose meat is closing this branch & heading to Subang Jaya at the end of September because of tenancy troubles.

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Caffeinated Cabin at Gasing, Petaling Jaya: Restaurant Review

It might not exactly be a cabin in the woods, but this new cafe - run by a 21-year-old (!) - is pretty well-hidden too, nestled within a leafy compound beside the La Salle secondary school on PJ's Jalan Gasing.

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Straits Food Company at Bangsar: Restaurant Review

Fans of Nyonya fare have a new cafe to patron in their search for sambal prawns & kangkung belacan: Straits Food Company opened this month at Bangsar Utama.

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GreySkyMorning at EX8 Subang Jaya: Restaurant Review

Subang's horizon for coffee fans expands even further this weekend, extending to a new cafe within the EX8 complex in the semi-industrial estate that's home to Tupperware, Skynet and the UCSI International School.

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Brevis at The Weld: Restaurant Review

Air-Infusion Coffee? Brevis may be KL's only cafe to serve beverages brewed via a patented process that seems pretty obscure, intriguing us enough to check out this tiny new venue in The Weld mall.

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Review: Sangkaya Coconut Ice Cream at Alor

Yet another Thai street-food treat is set to make its Malaysian breakthrough this year: Independent newbie Sangkaya Creamery is bringing locally made, Chatuchak-influenced coconut ice cream to the sultry streets of KL

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