Being the cultural melting pot that it is, Kuala Lumpur contains a wide variety of dining options. Award-winning restaurants offer a wide selection of cuisines from French, Italian and Pan- Asian as well as traditional, mouthwatering Malay dishes.
Lafite guarantees a luxurious atmosphere and offers an exquisite variety of European cuisine, perfectly prepared with simplicity, providing a highly pleasurable dining experience.
Lafite is ideal for an intimate soirée or to celebrate special occasions with friends or business associates.
Tamarind Springs is located within the slopes and greenery of the Ampang district.
The extensive menu boasts a selection of Vietnamese, Cambodian and Laotian cuisine, where the Vietnamese soft shell crab comes highly recommended. The restaurant also offers a unique selection of Italian ice cream with flavors such as chocolate chili and kalamansi.
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Enjoy award-winning fine dining at one of Kuala Lumpur’s finest contemporary restaurants. Renowned for its French cuisine with a Japanese influence, Cilantro is a favorite amongst discerning diners of the metropolis. Boasting clientele which have included royalty and celebrities, the restaurant delivers an intimate environment exuding simplicity and a touch of sophistication. Private dining rooms can accommodate six to twenty people.
Li Yen at Ritz-Carlton
The internationally-acclaimed Li Yen Chinese restaurant located in The Ritz-Carlton hotel, combines elegance and intimacy with traditional Cantonese cuisine for lunch and dinner.
Meaning “beautiful garden,” Li Yen has three private dining rooms and can comfortably host over a hundred guests. The restaurant is famous for its dim sum (perfected by dedicated dim sum chef Tan Tiong Guan) and its signature dish of baked spare ribs with Chinese tea leaves and avocado cream.
With Malaysia being the melting pot of the Asian culinary world, why not try some authentic Malay cuisine, served up this chic and well-respected restaurant.
The appetizer platter offers a selection of favorites including beef and chicken satay, popiah goreng, tauhu sumbat and cucur udang. One of the stand-out dishes is rusuk panggang.
Lying in the heart of the fashionable Bangsar district, La Bodega offers a seductive blend of cool cocktails and delicious tapas. Since opening in 1999 the bar has become known as the “place to hide out,” with its warm and welcoming atmosphere and authentic Spanish cuisine garnering a dedicated set of followers. La bodega is the perfect gathering spot for friends to indulge in delicious tapas and have fun over refreshing sangria, great cocktails and superb Spanish wines.
Ikan-Ikan at Four Seasons Langkawi
Built in the style of a limas, a traditional Malaysian home, Ikan-Ikan offers fresh seafood from the Andaman Sea.
The casual beachfront pavilion is divided into four main areas, each with idyllic views. The largest is a 60-seater open-air teak deck, overlooking the gardens and ocean. Two pavilions on either side of the restaurant accommodate a bar with cocktail seating on one side and a private dining room for 16 on the other.
Traditional flavors with a modern presentation in in the classy Starhill Gallery.
Enak KL’s combination of delicious authentic cuisine brings traditional Malay cuisine to the fine dining scene. Diners can try home-style Malay dishes, many based on recipes handed down through the generations in owner Sherena Razaly’s family.