5 Best Sunday Brunches in KL

5 Best Sunday Brunches in KL

Toast to weekends!


 

There's nothing like a bubbly brunch to start your Saturday or Sunday off right. Here’s the top picks for the best Sunday brunches in KL.

 

 

5 Best Sunday Brunches in KL_ElCerdo


Every Sunday, the renowned El Cerdo opens its door for a wholesome Sunday Bubblylicious Brunch, a Sunday-only session for all-you-can-eat pork-centric dishes and free flow beverage. Buffet includes assorted pork cutlets, sausage platter, Roast Baby Back Ribs, Wiener Schnitzel, Hickory Smoked Iberico Soft Ribs, Iberico Ribs Stew and also Spanish Chocolate Cake for dessert. For only RM99++ per person, it’s definitely a deal!

 

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5 Best Sunday Brunches in KL_DriftDining

Start your Sundays right with Drift Dining & Bar’s Sunday Boozy Brunch menu. Expect house-made pancakes with vanilla butter maple syrup and crispy bacon, Turkish poached eggs with hummus, alfalfa sprouts and spicy eggplant relish, freshly shucked oysters with champagne vinaigrette, coconut poached chicken pomelo with cucumber green curry dressing, and more. Go for the option with free flow Bloody Mary and wine. The brunch seats a maximum of 40 people, so reserve your spot ahead before showing up.

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5 Best Sunday Brunches in KL_NerotecaPlazaDamansaraHave a hearty Italian Weekend Brunch of assorted imported cheese cuts, premium meat cuts, pizzas, seafoods, pastas and more at Neroteca Plaza Damansara. The weekend brunch is available on every Sunday, from 11am – 3pm at RM88 nett per person (without beverage) and RM188 nett per person for free-flow prosecco, red or white wine.

 

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5 Best Sunday Brunches in KL_NaughtyNuris

Looking for some delicious Balinese porky treats? Naughty Nuri’s Life Centre outlet now brings you its tantalising BBQ pork ribs and also its twisted Martini’s at their newly launch “Sunday’s Snout to Tail Buffet”. Grab your chance to indulge in Naughty Nuri's top notch selections at only RM65++ every Sunday, 11am – 3pm! Get a 10% discount if you book your table online on TABLEAPP.

 

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5 Best Sunday Brunches in KL_WayModernChinois

Look out for Way Modern Chinois’ new Bubbly Dim Sum Weekend menu! Enjoy free-flow prosecco and delicious dim sum for just RM88++ per person. The dim sum weekend menu is available from 10am to 12pm on Saturdays & Sundays, and is limited to the first 35 guests per day, so better be quick to make your booking.

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5 Best Bacon Dishes in KL

5 Best Bacon Dishes in KL


All hail to bacon in KL!


It's time to go hog-wild and dig into the best bacon-centric dishes in KL! From pasta to pizza and even bbq, everything is better with bacon.
 

 

5 Best Bacon Dishes in KL_TBFRoasted with sweet honey, savour this crunchy, salty-sweet bacon strips with a firm bite and fulfilling chew that will delight you every mouthful. If this does not fully satisfy you yet, look out for their Bacon Fried Rice, wok-fried rice with pork bacon, corn spring onions and ebiko. Simply heaven!

 

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5 Best Bacon Dishes in KL_ANTEAt ANTE, an award-winning restaurant where pork is the prime pleasure, porky lovers will find pleasure in their popular All-Bacon Carbonara, a creamy pasta, cooked along with pork bacon, onions, mushroom, crispy bacon and finished with cheese. Do check out their signature Chargrilled Pork Steak too!

 

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5 Best Bacon Dishes in KL_ROCKUEat all you can! Pork bacon is part of the all-you-can-eat buffet menu at this popular Japanese charcoal bbq restaurant. Guest can savour their food hot throughout the entire meal, and there’s no better way to enjoy the tantalizing cuts of meat, ranging from beef to lamb, pork and chicken, flown in all the way from Australia and New Zealand. 

 

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5 Best Bacon Dishes in KL_ElCerdoServed with sauerkraut (fermented finely cut cabbage) and mashed potato, German Mini Sausages wrapped in bacon on a skewer is a must-try at El Cerdo, a highly popular restaurant on Changkat Bukit Bintang is the result of perfected pork cooking that took 11 years in the making.

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5 Best Bacon Dishes in KL_EnormeAt this Italian outlet, Italian favourites like pastas and pizzas that range from size petite XXS to enormous XXL are the main focus. Savour Enorme’s Pancetta Pizza, well-topped with pancetta (Italian pork belly bacon), a sunny-side-up, mozzarella and diced tomatoes, though there are also other options with Parma ham, streaky bacon or honey-baked ham.

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5 Popular Egg Dishes for Egg Lovers in KL

5 Popular Egg Dishes for Egg Lovers in KL

To all egg lovers!

 

Everyone has at least a friend that is crazy for egg dishes, share this with them to discover popular egg dishes in KL!

5 Popular Egg Dishes for Egg Lovers in KL_Yeast

The high standards at Yeast is not a surprise because founder Christophe Chatron-Michaud and the Head Chef had experience at various Michelin-starred restaurants in France and abroad. A wide variety of egg dishes are available in addition to the array of freshly baked pastries and natural yeast bread on offer. However, the one that stands out among the egg dishes would be the ouefs mollets florentine (eggs with spinach and Mornay sauce) that are baked with a Gruyere-based Mornay sauce as well as spinach and mushrooms that have been sautéed in garlic.


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5 Popular Egg Dishes for Egg Lovers in KL_Mr Wolf

With cured Spanish ham, truffle-infused hollandaise and English muffins, the Jamon Serrano Benedict at Mr Wolf redefines this classic brunch dish. Poached egg done right, perfect portion of ham – we can’t ask for more! At this hearty pork haven, fresh and quality ingredients are sourced on a daily basis, making sure that you get the best of gastronomy experience at a reasonable price. Also recommend their Signature Soft Shell Crab Buns that is also the crowd favourite for bar snacks. 

 

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5 Popular Egg Dishes for Egg Lovers in KL_IshinJapaneseDining

This trio will wow you with their extremely soft texture. At Ishin Japanse Dining, chawanmushi is elevated with unique and exclusive toppings such as tobiko (fish roe), uni (sea urchin) and caviar. If you are a traditional chawanmushi lover, there is an option for that on the menu as well. The team at Ishin prepares meals using freshly using ingredient imported from Japan's famous Tsukiji market with the finest ingredients of the season.

 

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5 Popular Egg Dishes for Egg Lovers in KL_RamaV

Experience the gracious elegance that Rama V Fine Thai Cuisine offers. Uniquely set amongst a magnificent pool of lotus blossoms and quietly tucked away from the busy district of Kuala Lumpur, Rama V offers a range of authentic Thai dishes. One must try Som Tam Khai Kem – Rama V's signature papaya salad with contrasting texture of salted egg yolk. Yes, you heard it right – salad with salted egg yolk!

 

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5 Popular Egg Dishes for Egg Lovers in KL_TBFTBF's playful streak extends to Asian recipes: check out their Salted Egg Fried Chicken Wings !The chicken wings are marinated in T.B.F signature blend of herbs and spices, then fried and tossed in savoury salted egg, bird eyes’s chilli and curry leaves. Served steaming-hot, the tender fried chicken wings in luxurious coat of salted egg is definitely a great choice for group gathering!

 

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5 Unusual Malaysian Flavours for The Adventurous

5 Unusual Malaysian Flavours for The Adventurous

How adventurous are you?

 

Be it a truth or dare session, or for some exciting fun, check out these unique dishes and drinks that redefine Malaysian flavours!

 

5 Unusual Malaysian Flavours for The Adventurous_TheRabbitHoleThe Rabbit Hole® is a dine, drink and dance establishment which is conceived, designed and build around inspirations of well-known fantasy narratives of Alice in Wonderland & Narnia Chronicles. Try their latest innovation – Nasi Lemak Pasta – which perfected the balance of our favourite local delicacy and added an Italian twist.

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5 Unusual Malaysian Flavours for The Adventurous_OpiumAsam Laksa lovers wouldn't want to miss this. Grab the wild, crazy, jaw-dropping Asam Laksa Cocktail at Opium where the interior is inspired by the Opium regimes of the east. Pair it with other unique dishes such as Phoenix Dumpling, Fern Leaf Salad, Crispy Duck Noodles, Wagyu Beef Rendang, and the signature Beef Brisket & Tendon Stew just to name a few.

 

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a5 Unusual Malaysian Flavours for The Adventurous_PLOY

Sambal Miso Edamame? Assam Steamed Seabass? Or Chicken Curry Popcorn? We thought we have seen enough unusual Malaysian inspired dishes but PLOY proves us wrong! Prepare to embrace Asian spices in not-so-Asian dishes as PLOY’s menu has over 60 offerings, influences that span 4 continents and over 35 new and original sauces.

 

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5 Unusual Malaysian Flavours for The Adventurous_WayModernChinois

The essence of Way is modern fine dining Chinese cuisine served with a subtle twist and sophistication. Go adventurous with their Fried Glass Noodles with Belacan, glass noodles with homemade spicy belacan sauce and prawn, and perfect the meal with Musang King Durian Pancake.

 

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5 Unusual Malaysian Flavours for The Adventurous_LuckyBoLast but not least, brothers and sisters, let’s welcome East Malaysia inspired cocktails, Tuaktails by Lucky Bo! Have a sip of these unique Tuaktails which are cocktails made from Tuak, a local fermented drink that is made from rice, coconut or sugar cane. We recommend to order a glass of Tuak Colada that comes along with a little glass of pure tuak – smooth, drinkable, and very palatable.

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Savini Ristorante Italiano

Savini Ristorante Italiano, The Intermark, Kuala Lumpur

Savini Ristorante Italiano​

Quietly tucked at a corner at The Intermark which sits strategically in the heart of Kuala Lumpur city, Savini Ristorante Italiano opened its door in late 2015 and vows to wow its patrons with top notch Italian fares.
 

Savini Ristorante Italiano
Savini Ristorante Italiano


Before dinner starts, the restaurant owner walked us through the dining hall and private dining rooms of Savini. The first impression of Savini could be undoubtedly be described as luxurious elegant with details being taken with great care.


The kitchen is commanded by veteran Malaysian chef Azizan Shukri who has 25-year-rich experience. Savini's repertoire is extensive, but fans of foie gras will find delights here – from their starters. 

 

Savini Ristorante Italiano
Savini Ristorante Italiano

Savini Ristorante Italiano

Savini Ristorante Italiano

Savini Ristorante Italiano
Savini Ristorante Italiano

 

 

 

Savini Ristorante Italiano

Level 2, Lot 2-05,
The Intermark,
348, Jalan Tun Razak,
50400 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.

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5 Mooncakes in KL That You Must Try This Mid-Autumn Festival

5 Mooncakes in KL That You Must Try This Mid-Autumn Festival

A Reunion with Mooncakes

 

Mooncakes in KL! Be it traditional baked skin mooncakes or ones with a modern twist, get your mooncake fix at these restaurants in KL and PJ!

5 Mooncakes in KL That You Must Try This Mid-Autumn Festival_Way Modern Chinois

Introducing Way Modern Chinois’ signature handmade Musang King Artisanal Mooncake, handcrafted using the finest of natural ingredients. Filled with the richness of the finest durian and creamy custard, enveloped by a delicate snow skin infused with butterfly pea flower straight from their garden for a natural fragrance and mesmerising colour.

 

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5 Mooncakes in KL That You Must Try This Mid-Autumn Festival_ZuanYuan

Go over the moon this Mid Autumn Festival. with their Musang King Durian, Dragon Fruit, and Yam with Lotus Paste mooncakes. Food purist will love the classic baked version such as the Pure White Lotus, White Lotus with Single Yolk, Supreme Mixed Nuts, and White Lotus with Black Sesame. Other highlights include the Deep Fried Teo Chew Yam Paste with Single Yolk and, Red Bean Paste and Pumpkin Seed snow skin mooncake.

 

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5 Mooncakes in KL That You Must Try This Mid-Autumn Festival_TaiZiHeen

Be inspired to create beautiful mooncake festival memories with Tai Zi Heen’s mooncakes. For mooncake lovers, get ready to be blown away with the real savoury eats hidden within the treasure box. Dig in into each of these dense filling hidden gems and be amazed at how you can upcycle your treasure box into a personalised container. All baked and snow skin mooncakes are sold individually, in pairs or in combinations.

 

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5 Mooncakes in KL That You Must Try This Mid-Autumn Festival_Shanghai

Celebrate this mid-autumn festival with a choice of 12 tantalizing handmade mooncakes form Shanghai featuring distinctive flavours and textures such as Snow Skin Shiro Umeboshi with Green Tea Paste, Snow Skin Durian Paste with Truffle and Baked Bamboo-Charcoal Paste with Salted Egg Yolk. These mooncakes are available from now until September 15th.

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5 Mooncakes in KL That You Must Try This Mid-Autumn Festival_NobuLying in this handsome black lacquer box with motifs of autumnal maple leaves is Nobu KL’s exquisite mooncakes in a variety of KL-exclusive fillings such as green tea, red bean, sesame and fruit & nuts, available in either a traditionally-baked pastry or snow skin interpretation. Nobu's exclusive mooncakes are individually-priced between RM95 nett for ovenbaked, and RM105 nett for snowskin. Available until September 15th.

 

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5 Best Malaysian Inspired Cocktails in KL

5 Best Malaysian Inspired Cocktails in KL

Toast to Merdeka!

 


Malaysia has certainly come a long way. What’s better to toast to 59 years of Merdeka with these 5 best Malaysian inspired cocktails in KL?

 

 

5 Best Malaysian Inspired Cocktails in KL_SkyBar

 

 

#1 Selangor Sling by SkyBar @ Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur

The award-winning SkyBar, one of the city's most popular rooftop bars, is located high up on the 33rd floor of Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur, and features a variety of cocktails and amazing views of the Petronas Twin Towers from its cabana booths. Try the Selangor Sling, a localised version of Tanqueray Gin combined with Cherry Brandy Liqueur and shaken with pressed pineapple juice, fresh lemon juice, and a touch of Angostura Bitters, topped by a D.O.M. Benedict and soda mix. A refreshing long drink with a slight perfume to it.

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5 Best Malaysian Inspired Cocktails in KL_OjosBar

 

 

#2 Wong Lo Kat by Ojos Bar @ Jaya One 

 

Taiwanese influenced speakeasy bar, Ojos Bar at Jaya One brings you the daring concoction Wong Lo Kat cocktail. Wong Lo Kat is a strong and bitter Chinese herbal tea that is normally drunk to cool the body when a fever breaks. The cocktail is a twist made familiar to local palate with Bourbon infused Chinese herbs, licorice, red dates, goji berry and chrysantymum, Pi Pa Gao made with honey and herbs, Angostura and Chrysantymum bitters.

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5 Best Malaysian Inspired Cocktails in KL_NaughtyNuris

 

 

 

#3 Asam Boi Mojito by Naughty Nuri’s @ Desa Sri Hartamas, Life Centre & SS15 The Courtyard

 

Often known for its famous bbq pork ribs and martinis, the Asam Boi Mojito of Naughty Nuri’s is equally good too! Within, a mix of flavourful sweet and sour with a touch of mint makes a full blast on your tongue when you busy licking your fingers after savouring their signature BBQ Spare Ribs.

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5 Best Malaysian Inspired Cocktails in KL_Fiercer

 

 

 

#4 Malibu Mango Lassi by Fiercer by Fierce Curry House @ Publika

 

Created by the restaurant owner, Malibu Mango Lassi dresses up that humble staple of Indian health drinks with Malibu rum (from Barbados!). The silky result blends fruit pulp with house-made yogurt for a blissful combination of cream and coconut with a tart edge that makes an excellent pairing with the authentic and spicy Indian cuisines on the table.

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5 Best Malaysian Inspired Cocktails in KL_Opium

 

 

#5 Asean Daiquiri by Opium @ Changkat Bukit Bintang

 

This unique outlet Opium situated in Changkat Bukit Bintang focuses on Asian Oriental delights with a twist; such as Phoenix Dumpling, Fern Leaf Salad, Crispy Duck Noodles, Wagyu Beef Rendang, and the signature Beef Brisket and Tendon Stew just to name a few. You got to try their twisted classic Asean Daiquiri (spiced rum, calamansi, kaffir lime leaves and assam boi) while admiring the interior design inspired by the Opium regimes of the east.

 

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Best Indonesian Restaurants in KL

5 Best Indonesian Restaurants in KL

Indonesian food here we come!


Always celebrated on August 17th, Indonesia's National Day marks Indonesia's declaration of independence from the Netherlands in 1945. Let's have a look on the 5 best Indonesian restaurants in KL this week!

 

 

5 Best Indonesian Restaurants in KL_TamarindSprings

Getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city? With only 15-minutes drive from KL city, Tamarind Springs sits on the edge of a lush forest appeal to those who love being close to nature; while its titillating traditional Indochinese cuisine of sweet, salty, sour and spicy have won many industry accolades and topped several gastronome scoreboards. One of the highlights is their Khmer Krom stir-fried crab and stir-fried beef.


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5 Best Indonesian Restaurants in KL_NeoTamarind

Best described as 'NEO-rotic', dining within Neo Tamarind feels sexy, satiating and quite a state of mind. NEO's kitchen is a special place from where eclectic Chef Sombat Kokasemkul weaves his magic, conjuring an innovative menu inclusive of Angus beef seared tatami style with lemongrass, bird’s eye chilli and passion fruit juice. With a mixology bar as well, it is inevitably a great place to chill and unwind any night. 

 

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5 Best Indonesian Restaurants in KL_DancingFishDancing Fish at Bangsar Shopping Centre dishes out authentic Indonesian/Balinese cuisine. All ingredients used are carefully selected to bring the true unadulterated and uncompromised favours of Malaysia and Indonesia; no msg is added to food. The kitchen team coaxes flavours out of all dishes by relying on the freshest and highest grade of ingredients. We recommend their signature fish Dancing Fish which waltzes in gravy and various ingredients. Reservations are recommended.

 

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5 Best Indonesian Restaurants in KL_NaughtyNuris

Originated in Ubud Bali, Naughty Nuri’s started small in a warung and slowly, their martinis and ribs became the stuff of legends and now it finally arrived in Malaysia. On a weeknight, there were tables full of people licking their fingers in public after savouring Naughty Nuri’s pork ribs coated with addictive spicy-sweet sauce. Get a "shake, shake, shake" dance with any martini order.

 

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5 Best Indonesian Restaurants in KL_AyamPenyet

Starting in 2009, Ayam Penyet Sumatera has a very experienced team in preparing and cooking Indonesian food with Ayam Penyet as their main speciality. All the food are prepared fresh and specially marinated with various spices and herbs. Reports say that their sambal “pedas giler!” 

 

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Pokemon Go Special Edition_Banner

[UPDATED] The Ultimate Guide to Pokémon Go Restaurants and Offers in KL

Pokémon Go: Gotta catch ‘em all!

 

 

What if your real-world stomach starts growling while you're looking for imaginary monsters? You'll need a restaurant that also acts as a PokéStop. Check out the best restaurants with PokéStop (and offers!) in KL & PJ!

 

 

 

Yeast Cafe Mid Valley

Pokemon Go Special Edition_Yeast_MidValley_FinalPokéStop: Mid Valley Grafitti Wall

Mid Valley is filled to the brim with PokéStops, especially at the boulevard area. Coupled with the fact that there’s almost always lures dropped out there, trainers could catch tons of Pokémon just by sitting at Yeast Cafe Mid Valley. What’s better? The restaurant sits among several PokéStops (and Gyms!)!

 

Opening hours: Daily 8:00am – 10:00pm

Cuisine: French

 

Location: Lot G(E)-013A, Ground External Floor, Mid Valley Megamall, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur.

 

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The Library Mid Valley

Pokemon Go Special Edition_The_Library_Mid_ValleyPokéStop: The Library

Who says you can’t have the best of both worlds? The Library Mid Valley is another hotspot to refill your Pokéballs and potions. Unlike the other restaurants, this is the perfect spot for those who crave for good drinks AND PokéStop at the same time. Reservation is highly recommended because well, you know, people have been swarming into the place.

 

Opening hours: Daily 11:00am – 12:00am

Cuisine: Western

 

Location: Lot G(E) 001 & 002, Ground Floor, Mid Valley Megamall, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur.

 

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Sou Omakase Dining

 

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PokéStop: Yuzu Japanese Restaurant


A go-to place if you are a Japanese omakase cuisine lover and of course, an ambitious trainer. Reports say that Magikarp is commonly found here. Of course you do know that Magikarp evolves into the one and only one epic water dragon Gyarados, right?

 

Opening hours: Daily 11:30am – 2:30pm, 6:00pm – 10:00pm

Cuisine: Japanese

 

Location: G247, Ground Floor, The Gardens Mall, Mid Valley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur.

 

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Rama V Fine Thai Cuisine

 

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PokéStop: Rama V, Serene Pool at Rama V

 

The gracious Rama V Fine Thai Cuisine is set amongst a magnificent pool of lotus blossoms, quietly tucked away from the busy district of Kuala Lumpur. On top of its top-notch Thai cuisine and  serenity ambience, now we have more reasons to pay the restaurant a visit – 2 PokéStops! What say you?

 

Opening hours: Daily 12:00pm – 2:30pm, 6:30pm – 10:30pm

Cuisine: Thai

 

Location: No. 5, Jalan U Thant, Kuala Lumpur.

 

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Fa.Ying Thai Fare & Cafe

 

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PokéStop: Fa-Ying Thai Wall Sculpture

 

A sister restaurant of Rama V Fine Thai Cuisine, Fa.Ying Thai Fare & Cafe not only pampers your taste buds with exploding Thai flavours, but also throws a Pokemon Go lure party starting 17 August DAILY at 2.00pm – 3.00pm & 8.30pm – 9.30pm! Seems like reservation is the only way to get a seat hmph!

 

Opening hours: Sun – Thu: 11:00am – 12:00am, Fri – Sat: 11:00am – 1:00am

Cuisine: Thai

 

Location: GB-08, Ground Floor, Boulevard, Paradigm Mall, Kelana Jaya, Selangor.

 

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The Steakhouse

 

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PokéStop: Cow Portrait

 

Constantly rated as the top steakhouse in KL, The Steakhouse offers you more than a perfect steak! Our jaw dropped when we found out that the cow portrait on the restaurant wall is a PokéStop. In addition, they are now serving a limited time cocktail of the month – Monkey’s Blood. Very interesting.

 

Opening hours: Daily 6:00pm – 12:00am

Cuisine: Steakhouse

 

Location: 48, Changkat Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur.

 

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Vineria.It

 

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PokéStop: BSC Indoor Fountain

 

We know that parking is hard but since we have taken the effort to beat the traffic and troubles to come to Bangsar, why not get a restaurant with PokéStop? Caught a rare Pokémon when dining? More reasons to raise a glass now!

 

Opening hours: Sun – Thu: 9:00am – 1:00am, Fri – Sat: 9:00am – 2:00am

Cuisine: Italian

 

Location: G133, Bangsar Shopping Centre. 285, Jalan Maarof, Bukit Bandaraya, 59000 Kuala Lumpur.

 

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PLOY 

 

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Promotion: Pokéhunters will get to enjoy a FREE Dessert of the Day! Catch a Pokemon character at any of their outlets and show their staff to get an instant 10% off your food bill and free dessert! 

 

Opening hours: Mon – Fri: 12:00pm – 3:00pm & 6:00pm – 12:00am, Sat: 6:00pm – 12:00am

Cuisine: Asian

 

Location: Publika & Damansara Height

 

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Momotalo Yakiniku
 

Pokemon Go Special Edition_MomotaloYakinikuPromotion: Pokéhunters will get to enjoy 10% off on selected dishes at Momotalo Yakiniku! Catch and show Magikarp, Krabby, Tentacruel, Tauros, Pikachu or Dratini to their staff to get an instant 10% off for selected dishes including salmon, Alaska crab, and Kobe beef!

 

Opening hours: Mon: 6:00pm – 11:00pm, Tue – Sun: 12:00pm – 2:30pm, 6:00pm – 11:00pm

Cuisine: Japanese

 

Location: 20, Jalan 24/ 70A, Desa Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur.

 

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Brûlée Brasserie

 

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Promotion: Offering tons of Pokémon Go trainer benefits! Gym owners of ‘Casa Tropicana Fountain” will get free flow pizza as long as they own the gym! Not a gym owner? No worries, Team Instinct, Mystic and Valor can claim pizza of the day, mint lemon tea or coke float respectively. AND, if you have Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle in your Pokédex, your full set meal includes pizza, tea / coffee and their signature creme brûlée will be on the house! Got a Pikachu? 1 more free set meal!

 

Opening hours: Tue – Sun: 12:00pm – 12:00am

Cuisine: Mediterranean

 

Location: B1-2, Casa Tropicana, Jalan Persiaran Tropicana, Tropicana Golf and Country Resort, 47410 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

 

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Qureshi

 

Pokemon Go Special Edition_Qureshi

Promotion: All Pokémon Go trainers will get to enjoy discount while savouring delicious Indian cuisine overlooking magnificent golf course! Make your trip to Qureshi KLGCC now and enjoy a 20% off total bill when you dine in!


Opening hours: Daily: 11:30am – 2:30pm, 6:30pm – 10:30pm

Cuisine: Indian

 

Location: Ground Floor, East Wing, Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club. No 10, Jalan 1/70D, Off Jalan Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.

 

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