Restaurants in Damansara Heights – 36 Restaurants
We opted for the RM40 dimsum buffet at Way. Unfortunately, the deal only covers 10 items. - Limited choices - Buffet is not so "fine", while their ala carte always aim to be "fine dining style" - Some dishes arrived lukewarm - Lazy decoration
Sitka is a restaurant in Damansara Heights, situated in the west of Kuala Lumpur and set in the 30-year-old shop lots of Jalan Batai. This intimate, 40-seat neighbourhood eatery is our interpretation of a modern restaurant, giving a nod to the food scene of Copenhagen, Barcelona and London.
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Overall Rating: 7.5/10. My meal here today was smashing. The soft shell crab steamed bao was delectable but hitting the spot was the shredded beef taco, love it! Having said that, I thought the portion served was ridiculously miniscule - in other words, it felt expensive.
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Ben’s Independent Grocer (B.I.G.) – Malaysia’s pioneer in premium grocery shopping, has opened its doors at Plaza Batai. “Little Big”, as it is fondly known, will add a new lively and interactive shopping experience to the Damansara Heights and neighbouring communities.
Newest Italian restaurant in KL. Serving fine dining quality food at reasonable prices. Excellent wood-fire pizzas, good pasta and really delicious lamb cutlets are a must try. Very nice set up with private rooms catering to private functions.
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Reason to visit: Consistent, fine Italian food in a casual but sophisticated atmosphere, good value for money.
Conceptualised by Michelin-starred chef Jeff Ramsey, Babe presents molecular gastronomy and modernist cuisine in a fun approach filled with whimsy and wonderment.
The menu at Babe offers are an exquisite mix of flavors, textures and temperatures, promising an unparalleled multi-sensory dining experience. True to the tapas concept, the “Japas” menu at Babe is sharing-style, believing that social interaction enhances the overall dining pleasure.
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!