Bukit Bintang – Mr Chew's Chino Latino Bar & Restaurant
Bukit Bintang may be spoilt with dining choices but Mr Chew's at WOLO Hotel's penthouse offers a unique experience in KL. Asian and Latin culinary influences come together in an imaginative way that screams creativity and deliciousness, like these century egg somen noodles. Find out more here.
Pasar Seni – Shin Kee Beef Noodle Specialist (non-halal)
Popular tourist destination Pasar Seni has arts and crafts destination Central Market and some of the best Chinese street foods KL has to offer tucked in many back alleys. Situated on Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, this famous beef noodle restaurant draws in both local and foreigners. Learn more here.
Pusat Bandar Damansara – Erawan
Over at the bustling intersection between Damansara Heights and Bangsar, this MRT stop is adjacent to the budding DC Mall, home to famous Thai eatery Erawan. Chef Korn, a well known cook, regularly whips up delicious dishes that keeps people coming back for years. Click here for more.
TTDI – Modi & Rosa
Opened by the folks behind Marini's and situated within walking distance from the TTDI MRT station, Modi & Rosa offers authentic Italian eats for the family. Pizza and pasta are staples at the restaurant and will satisfy those looking for a fuss-free Italian restaurant. Discover more here.
Bandar Utama – Marco Creative Cuisine
This gem at the ground floor of 1 Utama's old wing encourages diners to experience flavours in inventive new ways at an affordable price. Duck confit, chicken roulade, savoury eclairs and that mouth-watering rib-eye pictured above are just a sample of what the place offers. Checkout their Facebook page here.
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