Restaurants in Bangsar – 121 Restaurants
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 35 ReviewsExceptional
Famous for their Australian-style brekkie and coffee, I opted for a lighter meal of French Toast with Berry Compote (RM14.00/AUD4.80) instead of a heavy big breakfast. I should have asked for the toast to be wholemeal instead of white bread. Berry compote was delectable, I finished it all.
annna posted annna.net 190 Reviews
This is an ideal place for meet ups over a cup of coffee or just a cuppa. They have wide selections of drinks from caffeine to non-caffeine. For me, I find their coffee too mild for my liking BUT for those who prefer less strong coffee taste and great ambiance, this is the place for you.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 180 ReviewsExceptional
Even we has the last 2 desserts badly, we unable to deny how creative they are in creating their one and only homemade desserts. We really love this cafe and hope to come back again. This is a truly amazing experience for us as we can feel the loved and the creativeness they tried to bring in every single desserts. Oh by the way, they do provide lunch sets as well.
This place is pretty quiet as it's a cafe next to apartment's swimming pool. The food is good (nothing fantastic though), but duck confit is a bit too salty and our bavarious pear came without the pear.
Basil Thai Nudle Bar, it takes its name from the renowned Thai Basil or bai horapa, a lusciously fragrant herb which generously enhances Thai fare, seafood dishes in particular. Thai basil has lush, deep green leaves, purplish flower buds and stems and carries anise overtones to its sweet basil scent. Basil-Thai Nudle Bar is owned by SEA Cuisine Group of Restaurants. Interesting enough, SEA Cuisine owns over 9 thai restaurants in Malaysia but each restaurant has different name, menu and pricing. Here are some of the thai restaurants: Amarin Heavenly Thai @ Mid Valley, Siam Square @ Berjaya Time Square, Bangkok Jazz & To dine for @ Chulan Square and Bangkok Jam @ Plaza Low Yat.
wenching_86 posted www.eatonlylar.com 208 Reviews
For hassle-free and reasonably priced Thai food in a comfortable dining environment, we find that there’s no going wrong with Basil.
The Sarawak laksa served here is a family recipe, and that many of her ingredients are flown in from Sarawak. I believe this laksa is the coconut-less variety, but what make it special is the flavour which is fragrant yet isn't too hot. The garnishing done by this Aunty is truly special, 'hotel quality'
very nice sarawak laksa, nice cheecheong fun with yong tau foo too