For more than 25 years, the Chalet has offered the public professional and friendly service, not to mention the delicious Swiss cuisine. Sporting a charming ambience, most of the furniture here is made of Alpine. There is also a lounge area that is perfect for a quiet drink, before or after dining. The subtle lighting adds a touch of romance. The specialties include air-dried beef with melon and the veal and mushroom in cream sauce. For a more straight forward option, choose something from the range of grill items prepared at the table. A commendable wine list includes choices from France and the New World.
This cigar divan is a great place to relax and unwind, as it features an excellent selection of fine cigars from around the world. Tastefully furnished with comfortable sofas and rattan lounge seats, Little Havana also has a well-stocked walk-in wine cellar. Upstairs is the venue for some irresistible and adventurous cuisine, where the Hemingway Restaurant serves great Cuban fusion cuisine. Sample exotic cocktails as you make your selection from an excellent assortment of single malt whiskeys and hand-rolled Havana cigars.
Taking up about half the entire basement in one of Kuala Lumpur's classy shopping centers, this spacious restaurant is popular with the sophisticated crowd and it boasts a fanciful ambiance, good food and live jazz music. The kitchens are see-through, which makes it possible (and interesting) for diners to witness their meals being prepared. The food; Italian, Chinese, Japanese and Western Grill; is cooked in four separate kitchens and served in four different seating areas. Favorite dishes include the roasted Peking duck and the seasoned smoked salmon. Fruit juices, soft drinks, tea and coffee will quaff your thirst.
Located within the luxurious Shangri-La Hotel, Arthur's is an elegant spot to unwind. High ceilings, cozy, booth seating, mellow hues and soft lighting create a relaxing vibe. The bar offers something for everyone, from classic cocktails and wines to beers and most other spirits. The food menu ranges from light snacks that go well with your drinks to heartier mains if you're feeling particularly hungry.
Asian Heritage Row is a long row of refurbished buildings that house a wide variety of cuisine. Locals and tourists alike head to the Asian Heritage Row for entertainment and dining. For Malaccan Portuguese head to Kristao Restaurant and Bar or for a snack the Bisou Bake Shop can't be beat. The Asian Heritage Row contains various nightclubs, including the Loft KL and the Rupee Room.
If you want to impress, venture into this award-winning restaurant, one of the trendiest upmarket eateries in Kuala Lumpur. This restaurant sports a chic and elegant look, accentuated by the wafting aromas of meals being cooked in the open-plan kitchen that lends a warm and relaxing ambiance. Specializing in funky fusion fare, the presentation of food is a work of art here, especially the dessert sampler selection. A variety of alcoholic beverages are available.
Carmen's has everything under one roof. Karaoke enthusiasts can croon their favourite songs in the private karaoke room, or you can spend hours challenging friends to pool. There is even a cyber café. The priority here is good food rather than impressing diners with fancy decor. The surroundings are simple, but very pleasant. Specialities include the goose liver, home made pasta and the fabulous Belgian chocolate cake. Another great dish is the Moroccan lamb hotpot. The extensive wine selection can be considered one of the best in town. Fresh brewed coffees are a must.
Zen Zero is a luxurious Italian restaurant where an Italian chef treats guests to the classics of his local cuisine. The menu alters seasonally to incorporate the freshest ingredients and the dishes are paired with premium Italian wines for a gastronomic adventure. The dimly-lit interiors are perfect for a formal dinner and the floor-to-ceiling glass windows reveal the greenery outside. The menu offers starters like Warm Seabass Tagliata, Black Angus Beef Carpaccio and Polenta and Gorgonzola Ravioli. For the main course, try the Atlantic Cod soaked in Sicilian Salmoriglio sauce. The side dishes and the wine served in elegant glasses completes the fine dining experience.
Decorated with elegant rosewood furniture, the place looks grand with the plush red carpets and white satin tablecloths. The restaurant can seat up to 220 persons and is great for wedding dinners. Favourite dishes include the deep-fried chicken with Thai dressing and the Peking duck. The mango pudding with raspberry sauce is a real treat. Try a selection of beers available.
Filled with vintage and novelty knick-knacks, signage, and decor, Kuala Lampur's Lima Blas restaurant is a haven for lovers of traditional Malaysian comfort food. Sit inside and enjoy the comfortable, homey atmosphere, or dine on the patio under the shade of lush vines and trees. Choose to try a classic nonya dish like fish curry or hot and sour stew, and wrap up your meal with an ais kacang, a dessert made with shaved ice, condensed milk, and ice cream.
The fact that this is one of the oldest Chinese restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, and one of few that has survived the increasing competition, makes it well worth checking out. The elegant decor paves the way for an experience of grand dining. The menu is elaborately indulging with the emphasis on Cantonese cuisine. Some special items are Shark's Fin Soup with Crabmeat, Peking Duck and Drunken Prawn. An array of dainty dim sum is available for lunch. Go for any of the four Chinese wines.
What could be more unusual than smooth jazz with miso soup? Like the name suggests, No Black Tie frees you of any order or stereotype and lets you loose. Join the patrons of this jazz club slash Japanese restaurant as they glide from one culture to the next Stylish and eclectic, NBT draws the alternative crowd with its fantastic menu and live entertainment. A perfect stage for upcoming and established entertainers including comedians and musicians, NBT promises an unforgettable night!