Restaurants in Changkat Bukit Bintang @ Kuala Lumpur – 47 Restaurants
Located near Jalan Alor/Bukit Bintang area.
Known for one of the better fish & chips in town, it was certainly a decent fish & chips....just not as magnificent as it should be...for the price we paid! The food prices here are on the higher end, for sure, and the clientele on this street seems to be mostly expatriates and tourists staying in the area who want to chow down on some food and then soak in the night life by going pubbing and clubbing till the wee hours of the morning. The place seems more suitable for the younger/singles generation, if you ask me (like TREC KL)...not feeling the family vibe ^_* With cut-throat parking rates and parking being a nightmare, I'm not sure if I'll want to come back to this area (even if the food was decent)! >_<
posted www.vkeong.com 858 Reviews
Overall, I wouldn’t recommend nor would I return to eat here again. The main reason I dropped by was to check out one of the oldest standing wantan mee restaurant in KL. Sad to say, just like Koon Kee, both have seen their best days long ago. Still, worth a try if you are longing for a taste of heritage, or what the Chinese would call 古早味.
Classic French dining in a cosy setting. If you can’t make it to France the next best thing is a visit to Le Bouchon. The Foie Gras is a must try!
stevenycs posted craving4food.blogspot.com 281 Reviews
It's actually quite worth the money if you really think about it. I mean the ambiance, the quality of food and also the service.
This place serves wood fire pizza and wide variety of bruschettas. You can watch the chef whip your pizza at the bar counter and the wood fire oven is just next to the bar.
TheYumList posted theyumlist.blogspot.com 552 Reviews
Twelve years of tried-and-true authentic rustic Italian food. Don’t miss the homemade pastas, the selection of meat and cheese antipastos, and the pizzas. And definitely save room for dessert.
fatboybakes posted fatboyrecipes.blogspot.com 248 Reviews
The lovely interior and courtyard pool. It's impressive that given the price of real estate in these parts these days, they have chosen beauty over function, when clearly, they could have increased the number of tables by getting rid of the pool, but it adds immeasurably to the ambience of the place, and actually (gasp, don't ever quote me), makes it one of the more romantic places for dinner.
The decor is minimalistic white with pretty chandeliers hovering over the bar. Upstairs, beautiful deco-esque chandeliers hang from the ceiling and sexy red sofas await the blessed behinds of people who prefer to drink.