June 2017: 5 New Restaurants To End The "Where To Eat?" Debate


June 13, 2017 | BY Tien Chew

We highlight 5 new restaurants worth your time and attention to jazz up your food conversations this week.

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It's a tale as old as time and we've all been in this situation. You're hungry, slightly grumpy and can't seem to decide on a place to eat during lunch or dinner and you wish you had one in mind.

Let Malaysia Tatler lend you a hand with 5 new eateries to go to today, or to add to your "to-eat" list whenever you're looking for someplace new to shake things up from your usual dining joints. 

From soups made with heart to casual French food and fine Indian cuisine to serious sandwiches, one of these 5 places can be your culinary saviour.

Alison Soup House

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Opening their doors this week in the growing culinary scene that is TTDI, Alison Soup House's focal point are recipes inspired by the cooks' mothers. The establishment shines a light on the humble soup and offers a variety of Asian and Western offerings, made without MSG and boiled or stewed for hours until the soup is packed full of flavour. Checkout the restaurant's Facebook page here for more info.


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Also another fairly new contender to the TTDI neighbourgood, Cocott' serves casual French fare in a well, a cocotte, a pot in which food can be both cooked and served. The diverse kitchen team can whip a number of signature French dishes, such as beef bourguignon as pictured above that takes two days to achieve the desired flavours. Be sure to check out their page here for another TTDI restaurant to add to your list.


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Regional Indian food is the star of the show here at Nadodi, a restaurant that dubs their fare nomadic cuisine as it features food from the Southern Indian sub-continent. The cooking style of the team pays homage to the foods which the nomadic tribes of the region used to eat and introduces it to the modern era. Be sure to expect beautiful looking foods when you dine here. For more info, checkout their page out here.

 The World Is Flat 

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After two successful outlers in Singapore, The World Is Flat is now open at The Bee, Publika to the joy of pizza enthusiasts and sandwich crusaders. The eatery brings "overloaded" pizzas and sandwiches to the menu, showcasing interesting flavours and combinations for dishes that anybody can get behind easily. To gaze at more appetite-inducing images, checkout their Facebook page here

Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar

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Bangsar has no shortage of inventive eateries popping up and Upperhouse Kitchen & Dessert Bar is one of the younglings that has chosen to set up shop in the small hilly neighbourhood. They call themselves a "fine food café", creating delicious creations and offered at a "neighbourhood" price. To find out more about this friendly-neighbourhood restaurant, click here.

You're full after eating at one of these restaurants and now you're thirsty. What do you do? You can read our review on cocktail bar Skullduggery to get the ball rolling for the night.