5 New Bangsar Restaurants To Get Your Grub On
Starting in 2016 and already expanded to three outlets, with the latest recently opening in Bangsar, Eatomo features a menu that's a blend of Japanese and Californian culinary styles. You've got poke bowls, rice bowls, pastas, udon, sashimi and many more quality seafood choices to encourage another visit.
Relatively new to the Bangsar scene, Shawarma King serves you guessed it...great tasting shawarmas made from either lamb or chicken. However, the restaurant also has vegetarian options, along with other non-wrap options like claypot rice briyani and hummus to go with aromatic Arabic coffee and tea.
There's a new kid on the Jalan Bangkung food block, one inspired by the cafe culture in Paris and Copenhagen. Alta Cafe boasts food made from scratch using as much locally source produce as possible, whipping them up using modern techniques and serving them in a relaxed cafe space.
4/6Gajaa At 8
A new Indian restaurant has popped up on Lorong Maarof, one that advertises their food as "royal Indian cuisine". Feast on a variety of luxe dishes at Gajaa At 8, like lobster biryani, lobster tandoori or shrimp curry. Food here is notably Southern Indian, as well as drinks, with a range of Indian-inspired cocktails and whiskies available.
Eating healthy is getting easier day by day thanks to restaurants like RawSome, who are aiming to make eating right as easy as pie. The restaurant features meat-free Asian dishes that are varied and tasty, as well as their most famous product – chia seed pudding jars.
6/6Bonus: AD Bar
Marketing themselves as a medieval bar, cocktails at AD Bar range from classics to Malaysian-inspired concoctions. Tucked away in the street shops of Telawi, this watering hole will be a good post-dinner option after dining. And if you're still hungry, they offer bar snacks and nibbles too.