Drink Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur (Kuala Lumpur Wilayah Persekutuan, Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory) – 19 Restaurants
The latest and most iconic roof-top destination in the city, MARINI’s on 57, located on Level 57, Menara 3 of Petronas KLCC, is a dazzling jewel in the Kuala Lumpur city skyline.
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Recently visited this place with my family on my tour to Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. This is one place where one must visit to experience good Italian food, Awesome KLCC Twin Tower view and great music. Oh ya during weeakend its always fool, my suggestion is to book the place online http://marinis57.com/online-reservation/ “Yes its free of cost”
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Part of NEXUS Bangsar South's new Chillin' At Nexus campaign brought me to SOULed OUT Nexus Bangsar South. Now I've been to their other outlet in Sri Hartamas a number of times, but haven't had the chance yet to dine and drink at this outlet. Check out below at the link on what my fellow foodies and friends had that evening.
Located on Level 38, THIRTY8 is a lively interactive restaurant, lounge and bar in one unique venue with stunning views of Kuala Lumpur City.
Reasons to visit: spectacular 360o skyline views, excellent martinis, White and Green Asparagus Ragout, Slow Cooked Australian Black Angus Beef Ribs, and don’t miss the Lavender Cheesecake!
Reasons to visit: If you want to escape, even for just a moment, to a place of beauty, peace and light, to raise a glass or lift a fork, Botanica + Co is the place to be. It is rare to find a place in the city that has been curated with such attention to detail, not just in the food but also in every inch of the house and its caretakers; the result is a dining experience that leaves you with a big smile and a spring in your step. Oh and do try the Halibut Fish and Chips, of course.
Located in Petaling Street aka Chinatown, what was previously a brothel is now PS150, a cocktail bar headed by famed bartender Angel Ng. PS150 may still maintain much of its pre-war building’s character, making it one of the most worthwhile visiting bar in KL. The entrance is dimly lit, and you'll have to go through a series of creaky wooden doors to finally get to the main bar area which has the theme color of red!
选用天然素材 ， 绝不添加香精和色素 ， 强调健康 ， 排毒 ， 养颜. HEALTHY TEA FRESHLY BREW EVERY NEW DAY, NO LEFTOVER TEA FOR SALE, NATURAL TEA LEAVES IMPORTED FROM TAIWAN, 100% GUARANTEED NO ARTIFICIAL COLOURING.
The lobby lounge of the InterContinental Kuala Lumpur recently underwent a makeover. The resulting beauty queen is the stylish and contemporary, yet warm and welcoming, One Six Five.
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Reason to visit: stylish surrounds (including the crowd), well put together jazz ensemble, Mini Wagyu Sliders, Spanish meatballs, Classic Cocktails and Tonka Bean Panna Cottta
The concept of SOUL Society’s 6th outlet is that of A Party Hub and expounds the philosophy of ‘never putting off till tomorrow the fun you can have today’. To exemplify this statement, the outlet’s interior draws from a grungy campus style and a riot of colours usher you into a harmoniously mismatched interior. The breezy vibe fueled by quirky quotes littered about the walls hurtles you into a mood to paint the town red. Before indulging in excessive libations, prep yourself with some plates of Trans Ethnic Cuisine from the Chef’s Playground. The menu is aptly titled Live To Eat and acquaints your palate with dishes such as the Karuma Prawn, Portuguese Seafood Rice, Filet Rossini, Tuna Belly and much more. Or if you’re in the mood the share, try the selection of Sticks & Skewers from the Robatayaki or grill. Tempting morsels like chicken skin, tripe, beef ribs, shishamo and others will more than satisfy those tummy rumbles. Having worked up a thirst, Drink To Life with our signature Martinis featuring flavours spanning from the classic Cosmopolitan to the exotic Gingertini. Or if you like it fast and furious, knock back a couple of our signature Rainbow shooters for immediate gratification. Larger groups may indulge in the Cocktail Towers, with concoctions such as the refreshing Son of a Beach or the tantalising Mermaid’s Tale. A fine ensemble of other cocktails, champagnes, wines, spirits and non-alcoholic beverages are also on hand to placate the parched. Open daily from 7am till late.
Nestled away, In the heart of Kuala Lumpur and minutes walk from the city’s premier night life region is Drift Dining and Bar a modern Sydney styled restaurant and bar. Headed by Robert Gilliland with the help of Donna Freeman (virtual sommelier for master chef Australia) Ric Patterson (restaurant manager at the famous quay and marque formally Australia's number 1 restaurants) and heading the kitchen is Chef Angus Harrison having worked previously at top Sydney restaurants such as The Boathouse, Longrain and Jimmy Licks, he was Head Chef at Luke Mangan’s Salt Tapas Bali before joining the team at Drift Dining and Bar. There is a causal charm about the food service and atmosphere at Drift which brings the Sydney laid back attitude and attentive staff to Kuala Lumpur. The menu is printed daily and is classified as “Modern Australian” which means using the freshest produce to create dishes that are inspired by the large array of multi cultural influences found in Australia. Drift is so named to encourage people to drift in and out, drift through the wine list and menu and more importantly drift through conversations with friends at the bar or while eating. This is why all the food on the menu is designed to share creating conversation and interaction adding to its casual professional charm.
| # Bowie's Verdict | 1. Relaxing and Aussie dining ambience. 2. I am delighted with their fresh, unique and delicate Aussie dishes. 3. Around this area, their pricing is very reasonable and serve in big portion. 4. Hard to find parking if you are not going to pay expensive rate.