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#MerdekaDay: A (Makan) Journey To Iconic and Historical Places This Merdeka Day 2018

1/ Step back in time to admire the glory days in the past at Old Malaya

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Old Malaya

If you want to be drifted back to the colonial time while enjoying lip-smacking delights, you cannot simply ignore Old Malaya. Located at Jalan Raja Chulan, the 99-year-old colonial building has been transformed from a prominent residential area to a dilapidated sanctuary and finally the home of numerous heritage-modelled restaurants that are much loved by Malaysians and tourists. Amongst towers of offices and gigantic malls, this old landmark stands out as a unique, worth-visiting aesthetic legacy to step back in time and value our past. Come to Old Malaya if you love to appreciate the glory days of Kuala Lumpur in the past through the remaining ornate walls that harken back to the old days.

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The journey to Old Malaya wouldn’t be complete without sitting at a restaurant here to revel in the magnificent view of the iconic KL Tower or the serene ambiance of this culinary enclave. If you have a knack for steak, there is no reason why you should not opt for one of the best steakhouse in town – PAMPAS Steakhouse at Old Malaya. If you are into Malaysian-accented culinary with a modern twist, walk in Manja and it won’t let you down. Pier 12 Seafood Tavern will bring you to the sea with its freshest seafood while Luce Osteria Comtemporanea is where you can find yourself an authentic Italian wood-fired pizza and Junior Chellapa will gratify your Indian food craving by showering you with authentic Indian dishes.

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KL Tower

A few minutes further from Old Malaya and you will set your foot on the highest telecommunications tower in Southest Asia – KL Tower. As the highest and most spectacular tower of Kuala Lumpur currently, the gleaming KL Tower has a spindle-like apex that allows visitors to admire the city centre. Boasting a theatre, an amphitheatre and beautiful cascading pools, this tower is a definite must-see sightseeing attraction. A visit to KL Tower would not be fulfilled without treating yourself to modern authentic Malaysian and international cuisine while rejoicing in the most spectacular view of the city centre at Atmosphere 360 Revolving Restaurant KL Tower.

 

2/ Visit Historical Trio at Once – Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, Merdeka Square, National Museum of Malaysia

The more the better, you ask? Buckle up and visit these famous landmarks – Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, Merdeka Square and National Museum of Malaysia.

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Kuala Lumpur Railway Station

Designed by one of the most prolific British colonial architects – Arthur Benison Hubback, the old Kuala Lumpur Railway Station has marked its 118 years old this year and one who came here would not stop admiring the gorgeous facade of the gazetted heritage building, the dome-capped pavilions along the roof line and the Renaissance-like verandas with arched colonnade.

Merdeka Square

It would be a miss if you don’t visit Merdeka Square where the Malayan flag was raised for the very first time and take joy in the annual Merdeka Parade here. Keep in mind that when you are admiring the lofty flagpole that holds the flag of Malaysia, you are actually seeing one of the top highest flagpoles in the world! Merdeka Square is not only a historical place itself but is also ringed by the majestic charm of heritage buildings such as the prominent Sultan Abdul Samad Building and St. Mary’s Anglican Cathedral. Take a few steps further and you can pay the renowned Chinatown a visit.

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National Museum of Malaysia

Finally, don’t forget to spend your time in the National Museum (Muzium Negara) which is the most principal museum of Malaysia. Set up in 1963, the museum is a repository of Malaysia’s rich cultural heritage. With its magnificent exhibitions and galleries, the museum imparts knowledge through the country’s historical past. Remember to admire the 3 note-worthy galleries here which are the History Gallery that traces back to the original days, the Cultural Gallery with a collection of various aspects of Malaysian culture and the Metalwork and Musical Instruments Gallery that showcases ceremonial ornaments and instruments.

Feeling peckish after wandering for so long? Don’t worry as there are a plethora of delectable food around for you to pamper yourself.

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Just take a few steps away from the National Museum of Malaysia and you will reach Hilton Kuala Lumpur which is well-known for its notable restaurants. Rest at the newly refurbished The Lounge to adore the picturesque scenery or find yourself a comfortable seat at the polished marble counter at Oro Cafe with a freshly baked croissant.  Yearn for a big meal? Walk in the all-day-dining Vasco’s for an impressive buffet of Asian and international favourites or savour classic dishes at the authentic modern European restaurant – Graze. You can also delight your taste buds with Japanese dishes at Iketeru or dwell in prime aged meat cuts or robatayaki-style skewers at Chambers Grill. Don’t hesitate to go for Chynna where the marinated-to-perfection Peking Duck will satiate your taste buds.

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A few minutes further to Bangsar area and you are in the heaven of food! Head to La Bodega BSC if you are searching for Spanish food or Madam Kwan’s BSC if you love Malaysian-accented dishes. Visit Vineria.IT for authentic Italian delights or dance your way to Dancing Fish for lip-smacking Malay and Indonesian flavors. You can also opt for a Western meal at Ben’s Bangsar Shopping Centre or The Daily Grind Bangsar.
If you are tired of the hustle and bustle, Jalan Bangkung is a great choice where a long line of eminent restaurants are set to whet your appetite. Savour Italian dishes at Opus Bistro or Leonardo ‘s Dining Room & Wine Loft, indulge yourself in Western food at Bobo KL, Lucky Bo or relish Spanish delights at Cava.

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Truffle Roast Duck at Way Modern Chinois

Still want more choices? We have got your back! Take a short drive to Damansara Heights to treat yourself to Japanese Tapas (aka Japas) at Babe which is conceptualized by Michelin-starred chef Jeff Ramsey or relish Asian fusion dishes at PLOY. If you love contemporary Chinese cuisine, walk in Way Modern Chinois and try their iconic truffle roast duck or go to The Point or Mezze Bar & Bistro in case you are craving for Western-fusion delights.

 

 

 

ELITE Review: Free Signature Dishes at Top Spanish Restaurants in Klang Valley

 

1/ Cava

Scouting for authentic Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine around Bangsar? One should not miss out Cava! Located on the peaceful Jalan Bangkung, the restaurant is where Spanish and Mediterranean food lovers come by to unwind and savour exotic delights including tapas, paella and steaks.

The Baked Sucking Lamb is a signature dish that lamb aficionados simply cannot ignore. The enormous and mouth-watering piece of suckling lamb, served along with mashed potato and fresh vegetables, will immediately satiate your craving. The lamb has a satisfying airy light crackling skin outside and juicy, flavoursome meat inside. An irresistible delight!

The Cava’s Specialty Arroz Negro Paella is an eye-catching signature dish served in a big portion to be shared by 2 – 3 pax. A fair amount of squid ink is used to make the outstanding black color for the paella while the prawns give it a mild briny kick in flavor. Dip the fresh prawns in the mayonnaise or a bit of spicy chili sauce that comes along and their refreshing taste will enliven your dining experience.

The Spaghetti Aglio Olio Pulpo a la Gallega, in a not-so-fancy yet elegant presentation, will entice your taste buds with its piquant flavor. A good dose of paprika is used to sprinkle on the aglio olio which results in a true burst in the mouth. The fresh Spanish octopus tentacles have a crunchy and juicy texture that goes well with the spaghetti. A soul-satisfying dish!

TABLEAPP ELITE Members can redeem these 3 signature dishes for free.

Opening Hours: Mon – Sat: 12:00pm – 3:00pm, 6:00pm – 12:00am; Sun & Public Holidays: 6:00pm – 12:00am.
Location: 71, Jalan Bangkung, Bukit Bandaraya, 59100 Kuala Lumpur.

>> Click here to book a table at Cava

 

2/ Sentidos Gastrobar – The Latin Grill

Located at the well-known Starhill Gallery, Sentidos Gastrobar – The Latin Grill is a perfect dining spot for those who seek authentic Latin flavours with an exceptional Sentidos twist. Owning a long bar with a plethora of drinks and a comfortable dining room with classic specialties, the restaurant will give diners a unique and dynamic culinary experience with its vibrant cuisine.

If you have a knack for paella, this classic Mariscos Paella might be one of the top of your list. The dish is served generously in a pan with a variety of fresh seafood including prawns, clams, mussels and squid with a touch of chili. The delectable paella is perfectly cooked until it’s “al dante” (firm to the bite) and the Spanish rice soaks up a moderate sweet taste from the saffron and roasted garlic, making it a satisfying indulgence.

The next dish, Sautéed Garlic Tiger Prawns is a palate-teasing delight of which the flavors do all the talking. Three mouth-watering pieces of juicy tiger prawns, smothered in a mix of chili, garlic and olive oil, are set to entice the palate with their burst of flavors – a perfect start before the main course. A piece of garlic bread would be a perfect combination for the dish.

This Churros Mexicanos is a splendid dessert to end your meal. Coated with a moderate amount of sugar, the crowd-pleasing churros has a delicate sweetness that mixes well with the dark chocolate fudge dipping sauce which goes along. A crispy and luscious dessert to enjoy after a wonderful culinary journey.

TABLEAPP ELITE Members can redeem these 3 signature dishes for free.

Opening Hours: Sun – Fri: 12:00pm – 3:00pm, 5:00pm – 11:00pm; Sat: 12:00pm – 12:00am.
Location: Feast Village Starhill Gallery at JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur, 181, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.

>> Click here to book a table at Sentidos Gastrobar – The Latin Grill

 

3/ La Bodega

If you are looking for amazing Spanish breakfast spreads, a wide array of hot and cold Spanish tapas and classic delights, come to La Bodega! Being the first authentic Spanish Tapas and Wine Bar in Malaysia since its opening in 1999, the éclat restaurant is not only iconic for its mouth-watering food but also for its exlusive wines that are hand-picked from Spain and Chile.

The Paella Valenciana Mixta is a perfect epitome of the union between the Romans and the Arab. The Spanish rice is perfectly seasoned with saffron for a mild sweet taste and skilfully cooked with a variety of ingredients, including prawns, chicken, clams, squid, mussels and peas. Embellished with a distinct combination of meats and vegetables, this fascinating paella will gratify diners “to the moon and back”.

If you are a true fan of prawns, here comes a dish you should keep an eye on. The Gambas al Ajillo is a sumptuous delight that is in high demand at La Bodega. Perfectly sauteéd with gloves of fine garlic, chili and olive oil, the tiger prawns are not only filled with flavor but also have a firm and fresh-to-the-bite texture that would make you crave forever more.

It would be ideal if your taste buds are delighted with something sweet at the end of the meal and the Duo de Cremas Catalanas is the perfect dessert for a fulfilled dining experience at La Bodega. The Cremas Catalanas, also known as the Spanish version of crème brûlée, are prepared in classic and coffee flavors with the sugar atop perfectly camarelized. This melt-in-the-mouth dessert is all you could ask for.

TABLEAPP ELITE Members can redeem these 3 signature dishes for free.

>> Click here to check out all La Bodega outlets and reserve a table

 

4/ El Cerdo 

Stand out as the most porky-licious restaurant on the crowded Changkat Bukit Bintang street, El Cerdo is truly a home for pork flavours around the world, especially Europe, Carribean and Mexico. If you consider yourself a true pork enthusiast, pay the restaurant a visit for a superb lip-smacking porky ride.

The Spanish Ribs Platter has everything you could ask for. Three different types of ribs, namely Spicy Baby Back Ribs, Green Salsa Ribs and the highly sought-after Ibérico Ribs, are placed together on a sharing plate to satisfy even the most discerning diners. Each type of ribs is uniquely marinated with well-matched fine condiments and sauces. A dream come true!

The Crispy Pork Knuckle is a must-order signature dish when you come to the restaurant. The New Zealand Cured Ham Knuckle is marinated simply with black pepper and salt before being roasted to perfection to bring out the best of its taste. Take a bite into its crispy skin yet tender meat and you would not want the feeling to end. Potato dumplings, sauerkraut, apple mousse and mustard beer sauce are served along to well-balance the pork knuckle’s rich nature.

If you wonder why the Grilled Pork Shoulder Steak is so flavorful, here comes the answer you might be looking for. The steak is marinated for 48 hours to absorb the piquant flavour from paprika and the aroma from fine herbs before being grilled to “à point” (the perfect degree of doneness). Sink your teeth into the steak and you might be awestruck with the tasty juice oozing from the tender pork meat. Served with jalapeno and smoked paprika sauce, this Grilled Pork Shoulder Steak is a sumptuous treat.

TABLEAPP ELITE Members can redeem these 3 signature dishes for free.

Opening Hours: Tue – Sun: 6:00pm – 10:30pm; Closed on Mondays in August 2018.
Location: 43 & 45, Changkat Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur.

>> Click here to make a table reservation at El Cerdo

 

 

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ELITE Review: Cava, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

What’s it like to taste the signature dishes of Cava along Jalan Bangkung, Bangsar? We were recommended to try out Cava and as a result, we came with expectation to try their well-known authentic Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine. How did it turn out? We had more surprises than what we expected!

Located along Jalan Bangkung which is well-known for its lines of notable restaurants, Cava’s exterior setting of stone walls and barrels had immediately drifted us to a cozy Spanish ambiance. The restaurant has a lush interior – candlelit chandeliers illuminating dim yellow light which matches well with the navy-blue glasses and red curtains.  

1. Specialty Arroz Negro Paella    (RM54++)   

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Prawns lined in a circle with their tails centralized towards a good dose of mayonnaise at the center.

The first and also the most eye-catching signature dish for us was the “Specialty Arroz Negro Paella” (my heart actually danced for a second when the dish was brought out). We were all allured by its decoration – on top of the paella, prawns lined in a circle with their tails centralized towards a good dose of mayonnaise at the center – amazing! Not sure if we were too imaginative but it looked like a blossom (a rose, maybe?). A fair amount of squid ink was used to make the black paella which made a huge contrast with theprawns. The Spanish rice soaked up an oceanic flavor from the prawns. No one would want to miss the mild briny flavor of the sea which came from the fresh squid and prawns combined together in one dish. The paella is also made with garlic aioli which helps getting rid of the fishy flavor the dish might have.

The prawns are fresh-catch as your palate will instantly get a feeling of how tender and juicy it is right at the first bite. Give it a try by dipping the prawns into the spicy hot sauce that comes along. To be fair, it might be a bit too spicy but we really love its unique flavor and the heat that heightened our appetite.

2. Spaghetti Aglio Olio Pulpo a la Gallega    (RM38++)

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The tangy yet juicy Spanish octopus tentacles went extremely well with the springy and smooth spaghetti was really soul-satisfying.

Voila! This simple dish quickly became my favorite with merely one bit. The spaghetti appeared as elegant as you can find in many dishes here. To be honest, we did not have high expectation towards it at first due to its not-so-fancy-looking but we were so wrong. Why so? The tangy yet juicy Spanish octopus tentacles went extremely well with the springy and smooth spaghetti was really soul-satisfying. The aglio olio was sprinkled with paprika which gave a lingering mild spicy flavor. It would be a loss if the paprika was not presented. Imagine you are having a bit of spice mixing with the gummy and stretchy texture of the tentacles in the mouth. Hmm…  

Spaghetti Aglio Olio Pulpo a la Gallega is a true burst! I would not add any additional flavor to the dish as it is already extraordinary and unforgettable. The spaghetti went crazily fast into our mouths and not a speck of things left behind.

3. Baked Suckling Lamb   (RM168++)

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The lamb had a satisfying airy light crisp skin.

And finally, all lamb aficionados should keep yourselves calm as here comes the suckling lamb. Presented simply, the dish amazed us (we all wowed) as it was so enormous and it came along with such mouth-watering scent. What a sumptuous feast! The first cut into the lamb was delightful as we all agreed the lamb had a satisfying airy light crisp skin. A tip for anyone who wants to have an enjoyable first cut: start from the edges first as it would come with more meat! About the meat itself? I personally would love it more if the meat was a bit tenderer. Still, the lamb’s juiciness and richness made it scrumptious and irresistible!

What I would love more is a bit of bursting flavor, which would make it even more outstanding. We cannot but notice some creamy mashed potato that radiating an enchanting aroma. We believed the potato was coupled with the flavorful gravy from the lamb juice which made it more flavorsome. The sides did not let us down either. Overall, the dish itself could do all the talking! 

If you love to pay Cava a visit and try these significant dishes, please notice that you can always save your time waiting by make a reservation here.

And good news for all food lovers out here, all of the signature dishes listed above are now available to be redeemed on TABLEAPP ELITE. (and yay, who would not love free food?).

Cava

71 Jalan Bangkung,
Taman Bandaraya,
Kuala Lumpur.

Monday – Saturday: Noon: 12 pm – 3 pm, 6 pm – 12 am
Sunday: 6 pm – 12 am

 

 

 

Top 5 Mediterranean Rest in KL_featured

Food Trend 2017 4.0 : Top 5 Mediterranean Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur

The robust flavours of Mediterranean cooking are perfect for summer eating just like in Malaysia. With its simple preparation characteristics, Mediterranean cuisine is best described as cooking by using the most frugal ingredients possible. Find out more on where to savour this cuisine in Kuala Lumpur here.

Sapore at Ampang

Top 5 Mediterranean Rest in KL_Sapore

An Italian, Spanish-Mediterranean restaurant located strategically in Ampang, simply brings you an authentic taste of Italian and Spanish food. With its interesting slogan – “Serving you Artisan Food and Fine Wine”, Sapore promises their classic dishes which they belief in bringing people together through food. The chefs might also surprise you with some dishes off the menu!
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Mezze Bar & Bistro at Medan Damansara

Top 5 Mediterranean Rest in KL_Mezze

At Mezze, what you see is the all fresh and new ideas constantly changing and evolving from time to time on their menu. Their tapas are always complemented by a vivacious variety of small plates, charcuterie and cheese boards and not neglecting their wide selection of main courses. You can never go wrong when you come for Mediterranean cuisine here as the key to Mezze is flexibility where flavours are catered to local taste buds. When you think of Mediterranean, think of Mezze!
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The Point at Damansara Heights

Top 5 Mediterranean Rest in KL_The Point

This is an intimate venue which combines two different concept under one roof, that offers modern creative Asian and European dishes using fine ingredients in a casual dining environment. From their very own tapas to own twist Classic Bruschetta to a very fine sea urchins menu to tempt your taste buds, assure you that you will ask for more! Always remember to go to The Point with your stomach empty.
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Cava at Bangsar

Top 5 Mediterranean Rest in KL_Cava

Cava is the place for authentic Mediterranean and Spanish cuisine, featuring the favourites that include tapas, paella and steaks. If you cannot decide what to eat here, you can always choose their ever-affordable Executive Set Menu, priced at RM28++/person, a 3-course set menu where you can choose their mains from seafood to poultry to meat selections. There are a lot more in the a la carte menu should the set menu is insufficient to satisfy your cravings for Mediterranean dishes.
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La Cucina Mediterranean Kitchen at Pullman Bangsar

Top 5 Mediterranean Rest in KL_La Cucina

Experiencing the finest contemporary Mediterranean cuisine in a world-class setting, but welcoming you with a homely atmosphere here at La Cucina Mediterranean Kitchen. Delight in the live seafood bounty, indulging an extra-matured beef fillet grilled to perfection and exquisite menu that caters for any special dietary requirements can be found here.
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I'm naturally a muscular gal with some curves, so eating a Mediterranean diet makes my body happy.
– Debi Mazar

Top 5 Tapas Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur

Food Trend 2017 1.0 : Top 5 Recommended Tapas Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur

In some bars, tapas have evolved into an entire, sophisticated cuisine. Patrons of tapas can order many different tapas and combine them to make a full meal. Others may still enjoy devouring them as a starter with some wine pairing. Read more to know where to find recommended tapas restaurants in Kuala Lumpur. 

Authentic Spanish and Mediterranean at Cava, Kuala Lumpur

Top 5 Tapas Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur_Cava

 A place you call it home for an authentic Spanish and Mediterranean dining experience, Cava in Bangsar features an amazing variety of all-time favourites that includes tapas, paella and steaks. The tapas serve here are catered not only for the meat lovers but vegans too. The team ensures the tapas quality is of top-notch by only selecting the perfect ingredients to create lovely vegan tapas range.

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A Very ‘Spanishy’ Experience at La Bodega

Top 5 Tapas Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur_LaBodega

With an extensive menu of traditional Spanish cuisine, La Bodega does not miss out the chance to show off an array of hot and cold tapas. The tapas culture revolves around the sharing of dishes over the companion of closes ones. The artistic of tapas creation from the menu is the combination of mixed ingredients ranging from poultries to seafood and vegetables.

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Naturally Grown Produces at Mezze Bar & Bistro

Top 5 Tapas Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur_Mezze

At Mezze, the produces that they use are mainly grown naturally, with patience and where possible, locally supplied. Their tapas are complemented by a vivacious variety of small plates, charcuterie and cheese boards, not forgetting their wide selections of main courses. Tapas are always best friend to wines, remember to pair them with your favourite! Do not feel shy to ask for recommendations.

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“Cool, Casual Mediterranean Chic Ambience” at Sentidos Gastrobar & Dining

Top 5 Tapas Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur_Sentidos

Here is a great place to hang out! At Sentidos Gastrobar & Dining, you’ll find the informal and convivial atmosphere of Spanish tapas bar at Feast Village. Small portions of hot as well as cold tapas are served here and a must-try at Sentidos Gastrobar & Dining is their Sangria. Sangria is known as a delicious concoction of fruit juices and other ingredients with red or white wine incorporated.

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Irresistible Mouth-Watering Tapas at COMO

Top 5 Tapas Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur_Como

Hot on the heels of the highly-popular Pisco Bar, which introduced KL-ites not only to a great range of unique tapas and drinks but to a diverse range of after-dark events, and resident DJS spinning techno and deep house tunes all night long. Serves about 20 different types of tapas from the menu, this is definitely a mouth-watering range of tapas to die for!

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5 Best Mediterranean Restaurants in KL

5 Best Mediterranean Restaurants in KL

To the blue sky and ocean!

Sunny and mild chimate.. this is what people generally perceived Mediterranean. Characterised by the use of olive oil and wine, Mediterranean cuisine is a relatively recent cuisine. Check out these top Mediterranean restaurants in KL and start to get familiar with the cuisine!

5 Best Mediterranean Restaurants in KL_OGalito

Located at the busy restaurant strip area of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, O’ Galito Mediterranean Restaurant & Bar presents signature dishes from the likes of Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Greece. On the menu includes Portuguese Chicken Piri-Piri, Italian Linguini with freshly-sourced seafood, tender Braised Beef Cheeks, and Tiramisu. Headed by half Spanish, half Italian Chef Domenico Piras, the restaurant vows to delight patrons with true Mediterranean dishes, with the use of quality imported ingredients and pair with some of the finest brands of spirits in the market.

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5 Best Mediterranean Restaurants in KL_LaCucina

Decorated with heavy Moorish influence of Southern Spain, the inspiration behind La Cucina comes from the warm hospitality of small countryside homes along the beautiful Mediterranean coast, where guests are invited into the kitchen, the “heart” of the house, to become part of the family meal. Hence it is no wonder the highlight of La Cucina is the flamboyant cooking suite at the centre of the restaurant where the chef will enthral the guests with his craft, providing a source of enigmatic entertainment for the guests.

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5 Best Mediterranean Restaurants in KL_Cava

Conveniently located at the quieter part of Bangsar, Cava is the place for authentic Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine. Featuring an amazing variety of Mediterranean favourites that include tapas, paella, and steaks, Cava is the place to come by for lovers of exotic foods made with tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, beans, corn, chocolate and vanilla. Spices that came to the Mediterranean from the New World in particular are specials here. Make sure you get yourself a glass of their famous Sangria during your next visit.

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5 Best Mediterranean Restaurants in KL_Leonardo

Eclectic and arty, the bare-brick-wall Leonardo’s Dining Room & Wine Loft is inspired by the spirit of the Renaissance that Leonardo Da Vinci epitomised. The central concept behind Leonardo's goes beyond simply good food. On the menu is a wide selection of global dishes including Spanish Iberico Black Pig Shoulder Loin Steak that gives a melt-in-mouth texture while Ranjit's Pasta is widely recommended by patrons too!

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5 Best Mediterranean Restaurants in KL_Mezze

Quietly tucked away from the hustle and bustle of main road, Mezze Bar & Bistro presents fusion dishes with a combination of French, Italian, Greek, Spanish, and North African Mediterranean influences. On Friday and Saturday nights, the cozy venue will make space for a low-key jazz night from 9.30pm onwards. Jazz veterans Michael Veerapen, Rachel Guerzo and Dasha Logan have graced the stage here. Make sure you try their duck liver pate before good music comes alive.

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