10 Places In The Klang Valley To Refresh Your Daily Dining Plans
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A Cafe By Kenny Hills Bakers
Popular boulangerie Kenny Hills Bakers expanded a few months ago to a new location over at Desa Park City in the form of a cafe. While the bakery retains its signature bread offerings, the new second locale serves a greater selection of hot dishes.
Classic rustic Malay favourites are the order of the day over at Damansara Heights neighbourhood restaurant Siti Li. Indulge in dishes like laksa, kuih and nasi lemak from a focused menu that really celebrates the cuisine. As an added the bonus, the eatery is decked out in a contemporary vibe.
This Thai steamboat restaurant makes its return to Malaysian soil after a long hiatus. Coca restaurant recently reopened fittingly in Bangsar Shopping Centre, also the locale of its previous set up, serving its signature steamboat alongside new dishes that feature a unique Thai-Cantonese take.
With sushi dining becoming incredibly popular in Malaysia, especially restaurants that feature the popular Japanese food front and centre, Sushi Ryu jazzes up the KL dining scene with a contemporary fine dining take to the cuisine. The restaurant is helmed by a chef that earned 2 Michelin stars, to make for a memorable experience.
This modern French restaurant serves contemporary haute cuisine with Asian influences, coming from Singapore with mutliple awards under its belt. Saint Pierre is run by chef owner Emmanuel Stroobant and serves small groups of diners at the time to ensure the highest quality possible.
Set on the 58th floor of Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur, the aptly named Horizon Grill serves, as its name suggests, premium cuts of meat and fresh seafood. Their cuisine features the best of two worlds, combining Western and Asian influences. A prime example of this is the restaurant's steak tartare – served with wakame seaweed and seven spice for a subtle tweak to a classic dish.
From the United States of everyone's favourite fast food comes Wayback Burgers, available at Wisma Lim Foo Yong. Expect juicy burgers, hearty sandwiches and appetising hot dogs, just the way the Americans love it.
Over at Plaza Mont Kiara, Kettlebell is the sister eatery to Pan & Tamper, featuring a focused protein packed menu with just 5 health focused items. The cafe also has a list of "supercharged smoothies" to complete the experience.
Paus Craft Beer Bar
With craft beer on the rise in Malaysia, Paus seeks to be the metaphorical joker in a deck of cards by serving only "unique beers of exceptional taste and of limited release". With a food menu designed to pair with the beers they serve, drinkers will surely find something they like over here.
An Indian-Asian themed restaurant bar over at Plaza Arkadia, RaamRavan does breakfast and lunch sets and an à la carte dinner for those looking for a hearty meal in the area. Who knows? Dining here may lead you to discover a new fondness for pairing beer or wine with Indian foods.