Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur @ Bukit Damansara – 39 Restaurants
Peter Pandan (RM23) The pancakes are very fluffy, the American style, topped with a scoop of ice cream, some local fruits and syrup. I love pancakes especially fluffy ones - this plate certainly did not fail.
ALiYaa means ‘elephant’ in Singhalese and also synonymous with a restaurant that serve authentic Sri Lankan cuisine nestled at Bukit Damansara .
Reasons to visit: attentive service, stylish setting and wonderful authentic Sri Lankan flavours. Our favourites were the Polkiri Thiyal String Hopper and Aliyaa Sweet Appam.
Conceptualised by Michelin-starred chef Jeff Ramsey, Babe presents molecular gastronomy and modernist cuisine in a fun approach filled with whimsy and wonderment.
Reasons to visit: The finest display of molecular gastronomy available in KL and a dynamic menu for Valentine’s Day.
The first Sake Bar in Klang Valley - birthed by our passion for sake.
Just in case you may get confused after rounds and rounds of Sake tasting, the wall of Nomi Tomo is filled with the chart of flavours and pricing for each sake. It definitely eases the process of choosing your favourite sake here!
Lunch is pretty good deal - no wonder it's so packed! I would definitely recommend for dinner - it's affordable and portions are amazing! Clearly, we could not finish our food. The sashimi itself filled us up so we had to takeaway the Yakiniku Don which is still super good even after reheating it at home!