5 Restaurants That Need To Be On Your Dining Radar
A welcoming addition to TTDI that serves French fare, cooking up classics like escargot and duck confit alongside not-too-French items like carbonara to delicious results. Dessert lovers should try their Valrhona chocolate lava cake. Find out more here.
2/5 Super Saigon
From its first outlet in TTDI to a second opening in Desa Sri Hartamas, this pho focused restaurant embraces its Melbourne roots to creative results. Those griping about a lack of Vietnamese eats in KL should give this place a try. Learn more here.
3/5 Good Blue Men
A casual cafe in PJ's Happy Mansion that shines a spotlight on sandwiches with an Asian twist, diners can look forward to inventive dishes like Kam Heong sandwiches or even archar versions paired with coffee mocktails. Discover more here.
4/5 Tujoh Cafe
Another eatery in the PJ food scene, Tujoh offers exciting dishes, like chicken rendang fettucine (pictured above) and kerabu pasta, that makes the restaurant worth a try. Click here for more info.
Boasting to having Asia's first Bertha cast-iron charcoal imported from England, this Damansara Heights restaurant specialises in grilled meats. However, this doesn't mean that other parts of the menu doesn't receive any love either, with inventive dishes such as apple and flower broth designed to intrigue diners. Visit their official Facebook page here.