Restaurants in Off Jalan Nagasari (Jalan Nagasari) – 11 Restaurants
Pisco is a Spanish bar whereby located in the very heart of Changkat @ Bukit Bintang, KL. It’s a marriage of Spanish hot bloodedness and the poised, chic ambience that we’ve come to expect in a good bar to celebrate and unwind. Recently, Pisco Bar has expanded and opened a stylish new space that offers the ideal layout for variety of events.
A Restaurant is definitely worth to visit!!The food was absolutely gorgeous and the chef is all the way from Thai. Weekly cabaret drag queen show..best happy hours drink promo.
A modern Asian Thai Cuisine restaurant, the place is really cozy and fun!! i must said is one of the bar that worth visit in kl
The fish curry was very tasty and the vegetables had been throroughly soaked in it, so the goodness of the curry could be felt inside the eggplant and the ladysfingers.
ojsiew posted ojsiew.blogspot.com 633 Reviews
Frankly speaking the food there is delicious. So far we have tried thosai, naan, chapatti and some noodles there, and will definitely go for other food on the menu in future.
This restaurant sell Nyonya food, the location is quite hidden, the decoration use all the old fashioned of stuffs like old style scale (vintage), metal racks, telephone which you may overlooked the restaurant when you pass by. This Nyonya style of laksa only available every Monday, Wed and Friday only. Also, it is advisable to come early as it selling very fast. This laksa is very nice, the laksa taste is very thick and strong, it come with a lot of ingredients too, it is spicy but acceptable. Yummylicious!
mimid3vils posted www.choiyen.com 419 Reviews
A place for authentic Peranakan food and also for the inspiring decors!
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.