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Cafe Lapis at Wangsa Maju: Snapshot

Cafe Lapis is a cosy neighbourhood hideout in Wangsa Maju. This cafe offers some unorthodox temptations, such as slow-roasted pulled lamb sandwich with tangy tabbouleh and more.

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Calories at Desa Sri Hartamas: Snapshot

Desa Sri Hartamas' Calories is spearheaded by the two sisters who run Bangsar's popular Mimpikita fashion boutique. This new cafe offers a fair mix of recipes to woo breakfast, lunch and tea crowds.

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Proof Cafe and Sky Lounge at The Signature, Desa Sri Hartamas: Restaurant Review

One of 2015's most intriguing collaborations is taking shape at The Signature in Sri Hartamas. Proof caters mainly to the building's residents, but public walk-ins remain welcome.

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The Hungry Spoon at Sri Petaling: Restaurant Review

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.

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D'Lee Deli at Casa Tropicana: Restaurant Review

D'Lee Deli is a casual hangout located at Casa Tropicana that works well for kicking back over snacks & sweets. Its catchy name marks a pun-loving play on the surname of its founder Ken Lee, who runs the cafe with his partner Jacqueline.

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The Counter Malaysia: Custom Built Burgers at Pavilion: Restaurant Review

The Counter - a California-based chain that's billed as 'the 21st century's bold answer to the classic burger joint' - celebrates the launch of its first Malaysian outpost in Pavilion this week

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Second Sunday at Damansara Jaya: Restaurant Review

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.

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Cafe Dola at Changkat Thambi Dollah: Restaurant Review

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.

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2015 Skewer Menu: Hubba Hubba at Lorong Ceylon: Restaurant Review

The heat is on at Hubba Hubba: Chef Izal and his team are fanning the embers of excitement at the city centre's party hub with their new menu of protein-powered, barbecued skewers with stirringly inventive sauces and stomach-pleasingly unlimited sides.

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Bandits Coffee Bar at Bukit Damansara: Restaurant Review

Bandits Coffee Bar hijacks the limelight this week; breaking into Bukit Damansara, this wild bunch of brunch-crazy baristas - armed with avocados and helmed by a notoriously tattooed ringleader - seems set to steal the hearts of KL's cafe enthusiasts.

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Flingstones Cafe at SS15 Subang: Snapshot

Fling a stone in Subang's SS15 neighbourhood and you risk hitting a cafe (or a cafe visitor - eek!); thankfully though, there's no need to sift through a pile of pebbles to uncover an understated gem like Flingstones Cafe, a venue that's as fun as its name.

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Kopimeo at Shah Alam: Restaurant Review

Power couple Meor and Leena might be expecting their third child within a matter of weeks, but they've already delivered one very healthy labour of love this month - a visually beguiling new cafe with bespoke chevron-patterned tables by Lain Furniture, open-terrarium plants and a children's play corner, stowed on a serene street in Shah Alam.

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Skillet At 163 at Fraser Place: Restaurant Review

Skillet At 163 - which replaces Mediteca at Fraser Place this month - represents an intriguing initiative by chef Raymond Tham and his terrific team to showcase inventive fare with an international flair.

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Kitchen Creatures at Centrepoint, Bandar Utama: Restaurant Review

Enduring more than five years now in Bandar Utama, Kitchen Creatures has proven to be one of Centrepoint's most dependable destinations for a satisfactory meal at prices that encouragingly still seem more hitched to 2010 than 2015.

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