Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur @ Jalan Solaris 3 – 59 Restaurants
One of the very few Izakayas around in Kuala Lumpur, Shuraku is an unpretentious, cozy, hidden gem, a favourite among the Japanese community and locals alike. Izakayas; Japanese pubs that serve food as sharing plates to accompany the drinks, are popular for after-work drinking. The sister outlet to the more bold and adventurous Daikanyama at Changkat Bukit Bintang, Shuraku takes a more mellow approach to it's offering. Employing traditional Japanese cuisine methods to deliver authentic dishes to match the range of Japanese sakes; nihonshu, shochu & umeshu as well as beers and traditional Japanese cocktails, that fill you up at family dinners or as you kick back and let loose with friends. Housed on the 2nd floor of a nondescript shoplot in Solaris Mont Kiara, Shuraku plays brilliantly with space, from the yakibar to the outdoor balcony, there's definitely a nook to suit your liking, mood and style.
CCFoodTravel posted ccfoodtravel.com 498 Reviews
Of course, it’s not just a manically friendly atmosphere or semi-secret slice of “Japan” they’re after, the food rocks, too.
You can get customised cakes & desserts for parties. check out our little cafe. We serve all day breakfast, cakes & more! Used to be known as Little Collins Bakery & Florist
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 471 ReviewsExceptional
This is the bakery + florist shop. A great place to buy cake and a bouquet of flowers for your love ones on a special occasion. You don't have to travel to too many other places. Will try their cake someday.
Come savour only the best of beans over small talks and long meetings, with family, friends and partners alike. With over 120 seats in our grand stylish café, rest assured the atmosphere remains warm with lingering smells of great home brews. Top this all off with fresh, pro-organic wholesome dishes—accompanied with the perfect cup—we trust you’ll find great joy and solace in making Ministry of Coffee your home. P.S. The view here is also sublime.
taufulou posted www.taufulou.com 674 Reviews
Ministry of Coffee is another new coffee joint that to be added into the area and its starting to gain its popularity among many coffee lovers.
Meatworks, a restaurant opened by the National Feedlot Corporation, an envisioned centre for production of beef opened under the Ninth Malaysia Plan can only mean one thing.
The Yum List posted theyumlist.blogspot.com 552 ReviewsSuperb
Real burgers for real men - this is the place. Salads not bad either.