KL and the Klang Valley are two vibrant places that are constantly evolving. New F&B places are opening everywhere; while new night clubs are making their debuts, ready to get the party started. At the same time, Continue reading
Nestled in the residential area of Damansara Heights on Jalan Kasah, The Point Restaurant and Bar serves impeccable food in a modern setting. The Point has an excellent selection of tapas, entrees and mains. Continue reading
The Ming Room at Bangsar Shopping Centre (BSC) serves delectable dim sum dishes that test patrons tenacity and patience especially on weekends, and I see many patrons are accepting the challenge, waiting as-a-matter-of-fact-ly for an empty table. If you would like to eat at The Ming Room during weekends, it is a must that you make a reservation or be prepared to wait. We were told even if we made a reservation, we might still need to wait. Continue reading
Kuriya (厨) Japanese restaurant in Bangsar Shopping Centre (BSC) is a little more posh than the usual Japanese restaurants. While it serves your typical ramen, soba and rice dishes, it combines some of the most lavish ingredients to create a luxurious dining experience. Wagyu BBQ roll + sea urchin, and double toro roll are fine examples.
Gary told me that we were going to eat at “Melbourne Peking Duck” for dinner in Bangsar. Well that sounded unconventional, you know, Peking duck being from Beijing and not from Melbourne. It turned out that it was the chef that was from Melbourne and not the duck. The duck was fantastic! Continue reading