5 New Additions To The Klang Valley Dining Scene Worth The Visit
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Malaysians love Japanese food and this latest restaurant features carb-based options heavily inspired by Japanese and Korean cuisines. Located in Sunway Geo Avenue, it's a welcoming addition to the Subang Jaya food scene. Checkout what's on the menu here, or visit their Instagram page here if you're more of pictorial.
A new steakhouse in Lorong Kurau, Bangsar, N97 boasts an focused fare of meat dishes that will sate your inner carnivore. Standouts include Tomahawk and the accompanying fried rice that they make out of the leftover bits on the bone. Head over to their Facebook page here.
Petaling Street is recently a hotbed for some of KL's most interesting watering holes, with Botakliquor barely hitting six months old in the scene. The bar uses a lot of their own grown produce and ingredients to craft their cocktails, giving it a fresh twist to the craft. Click here for more info.
The second branch of the same name in Solaris Mont Kiara, Chequers is an all-American restaurant, with dishes like the mac n cheese burger, chicken chipotle pizza and steak pasta reflecting the the culture's loud and proud cuisine. Learn more here.
Bait may be a familiar name if you frequent the Telawi area in Bangsar; the bar and restaurant has recently opened an outlet at The Intermark Mall in Kuala Lumpur. Mediterranean-seafood fare dominates the majority of dishes on the menu, think paella and oysters, while the watering hole's lively musical atmosphere is still a big pull on the weekends. Discover more here.