Situated in the prestigious Eastin Hotel, this restaurant has a reputation as one of the best places for Chinese food. The setting is fabulous as well. The interior has an air of understated elegance with subtle Oriental touches. Chinese calligraphy paintings decorate the walls. In terms of food, the Roasted Crispy Peking Duck is a recommended house speciality. For dessert, the somewhat "un-Chinese" deep-fried durian is a special treat. An elaborate variety of Hong Kong dim sum is a popular choice for lunch. There is an impressive list of wines to choose from.
This is a top spot to enjoy some tasty and spicy Mexican cuisine. The rustic interior is predominantly yellow in colour contrasting nicely with the dim lighting and dark flooring. Interesting artefacts, such as big wagon wheels, green cacti and colourful vases add to the distinctive “south of the border” character. Take your pick from a selection of delicious fajitas (chicken with Cajun spices) and tasty Mexican rice. A complimentary basket of tacos (fried corn tortillas) and a bowl of spicy salsa sauce accompanies each meal. Wines and beers are available.
Owned by Dave's Deli, a popular chain of restaurants, this is the spot to enjoy Italian cuisine with prices in the reasonable range. Tastefully decorated, the restaurant is classy yet casual and the wafting aroma of food cooking in the open kitchen will get the taste buds tingling. The menu is extensive. For a touch of local flavours, try the Kung Pao Chicken Pizza (a chicken pizza with cashew nuts, garlic, chilli, cheese and the secret Kung Pao sauce). Drinks include soft drinks, coffees and teas.
Tucked inside the stylish Hilton complex, this restaurant offers a superb Japanese menu. The surroundings are particularly impressive, with a wood-dominated décor that is both elegant and comfortable. For this reason, the restuarant is very popular for "power lunches" amongst business people. The overwhelming menu includes sushi, teppanyaki, sukiyaki and udon, to name but a few choices. The buffet is definitely value-for-money, with the spectacular spread priced at MYR69 for dinner (on Saturdays) and MYR61 for brunch (on Sundays). Enjoy a delightful cup of Japanese sake to complement your meal.
This Johor-originated restaurant is very popular for its roast duck. An impressive giant replica of a roast duck hangs outside the restaurant and it never fails to attract the attention of passers-by. The interior is not spectacular but the selection of duck dishes is. The Ginseng Herbal Roasted Duck and Tong Kui Herbal Roasted Duck are two of the favourites. Each dish is served with gravy and rice. Other options include a range of roasted chicken, pigeon, pork and goose dishes. A variety of refreshing herbal teas and soft drinks is available.
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.
For a quick value-for-money local or Western meal, this is the place to go. Easy and fuss-free modern decor provides the right ambiance for a quick yet pleasant dining experience. Framed pictures cover the walls and local knick knacks decorate the place nicely. The pricing is very reasonable and the service is impressive. Western offerings include sandwiches and steaks while Curry Laksa (noodles in thick spicy soup) and Penang Fried Kway Teow (fried noodle dish) are two of the local favorites. Beers and soft drinks are available.
For something a little different, this restaurant offers a delightful Norwegian gastronomic experience. The interior is elegant with soothing background music--wonderful for a romantic evening. The warm lighting creates a tasteful atmosphere and accentuates an appealing art collection. If you enjoy seafood, the gravalax (cured salmon) is a traditional dish worth trying. Other favourites include the fiskegrateng (baked fish fillet) and the karbonadetallerken (meat patties served with vegetables). The selection of beverages includes coffees, teas and soft drinks.
This restaurant with superb Thai cuisine is tucked away in a busy mall. Intricate woodcarvings tastefully dominate the entrance and interior. The tables and chairs are crafted from dark wood and the window seats offer a breathtaking view of the Sunway Lagoon Theme Park. Many delicious dishes are on offer--the all-time favourite tom yam, plus a variety of curries and stir-fried dishes. This restaurant takes pride in their steamboat dishes--you cook your own seafood, meat and vegetables in tom yam soup at your table. Have a glass of freshly squeezed fruit juice for a refreshing treat.
If you think healthy food doesn't taste good, then think again, because Cascade at Mandarin Oriental begs to differ. A tasty fare of soups and salads all prepared in a Mediterranean blend, this quaint little place is wonderful for those who want to just relax and lay back. The most spectacular part of this restaurant however is the view of the cascading edge of the swimming pool as it tumbles into the tropical KLCC Park.
Ramah Tamah, located in the opulent and classy Hotel Maya is well known for its friendly and warm atmosphere. Light fare offered here is delicious and mouth watering. Craving for something sweet? What can be more better than the cakes offered here. On your way, you can grab a bite of a sandwich, or if you are in the mood to chill, sit down and relax with the varieties of drinks offered.
The BBC, not to be confused with the venerable British Broadcasting Corporation, stands for the Borneo Baruk Club, a meeting place that is infused with Malay culture. Enjoy a tropical cocktail in the Borneo Bar; the Borneo Dreams cocktail has a generous dash of tuak in it, Sarawak's famous rice wine. The Rafflesia restaurant serves up a mix of Malay and foreign cuisines - what's even better, though, is the panoramic view of the Petronas Towers. The Breadkick cafe forms the final corner of the entertainment triangle; it's a great place to pick up a snack on the run.