7 New Restaurants In The Klang Valley For Every Day Of The Week
1/7Tsukiji No 8
Setting up shop on the first floor of Wisma Lim Foo Yong, Tsukiji No 8 serves premium fish from the famous Tokyo market of which it gets its namesake. The restaurant markets itself as a gourmet Japanese restaurant focusing on delivering an interesting blend of fine dining and molecular gastronomy.
2/7Decadent By Four Seasons KL
The highly anticipated Four Seasons KL has a dessert cafe called Decadent as part of their shopping experience over at the hotel's plaza. The beautiful cafe offers homemade gelato, jelly doughnuts that vary day to day, and a whole range of cakes, pastries and chocolates.
3/7Maison Des Pains
Publika welcomes a new bakery-cum-cafe-cum-boulangerie called Maison Des Pains to their lineup, giving diners a new option to get fresh bread and pastries to go alongside a cup of good brew. Besides your usual suspects, diners can look forward to chicken ham and egg buns that almost resemble mini pies, pandan baguettes or even chicken sausage croissants.
An upscale eatery that specialises in three things, Penang food, wine and craft beer, comes to Bangsar South in the form of Bansan Bistro. If you ever thought of pairing Penang hokkien mee or char kuay teow with a white wine or an india pale ale, this is your chance.
5/7Malai Thai Cuisine
A very new Thai contender comes to KL at Fraser Place with Malai Thai Cuisine, choosing to populate their menu with traditional Thai dishes with twists from a modern cookbook. Because this place is really new, do expect the possibility of a rocky start as staff begin to iron any kinks out.
Love nasi lemak but tired of always eating it from a banana leaf packet, burger, ice-cream, cake or the many other renditions it has appeared in? A new Subang Jaya restaurant called Eats Sini aims to give you a new way to experience local favourites in new reimagined ways, for example, taking our national dish and turning it into arancini-like balls and replacing ikan bilis with shishamo.
Modern Arab and Syrian cuisine comes to the Bukit Bintang area with Halab, a glass walled restaurant that stands out with clean design and contemporary decor. While you may find yourself tempted to order something familiar like a shawarma or kebab platter, be a little adventurous and order something unfamilar, you may find new foods to add to your favourites list.