Located at Changkat Bukit Bitang, this German venue – as the name indicates – is a haven for authentic German food. Beer and schnapps are both available, and happy hours run before 8pm. The service is memorable, with the staff doing their best to make you comfortable and welcome. They aim to evoke that real Bavrian atmosphere.
Dining in the Dark
An intriguing experience but by no means the only one in the world, Dine in the Dark is exactly what its name implies – a meal served and enjoyed in darkness. The lack of light supposedly enhances the other senses such as taste and the quality of conversation is also said to improve significantly. The staff do an amazing job of guiding you through the menu and the meal. It’s an experience to be savored at least once.
Ever felt like hogging out on pork and bacon? This is the place that will cater to your fancy. (Vegans and vegetarians are advised to keep away.) El Cerdo , which means “The Pig” in Spanish, is a place that’s serious about pigging out. Their recipes are a selection from across the world, and the servings will leave you stuffed. Paired with a good selection of wines, beers and cocktails, this place will satisfy any bacon-based craving for sure.
If you’re looking for a delicious steak dinner, the Steakhouse is the place to be. Great ambiance, wonderful food, and a fantastic staff that goes out of their way to make any visit a memorable one all add to the atmosphere. Though a little on the pricey side, the food is worth every ringgit. Be sure to take someone special along – the setting makes for a very romantic and intimate time.
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Lot 10 Hutong
The Food Court in the basement of Lot 10 Mall houses a select number of street food vendors, selected from among the best across Kuala Lumpur. Though all of them have their own stores or cafes in various other parts of the city, being present in this food court is a matter of prestige. The food court is designed like a village scene, with small stalls set up, and visitors sit on chairs in front of the sellers to eat. The place is clean, air-conditioned and cozy.
51 Restaurant and Bar
This place is known for the food, the ambiance, the beer and – the tango. On Sunday nights, the 51 fills up with KL’s tango community, who come here to practice and vie with each other to show off their moves to fantastic Argentine music. Steaks and bar snacks like tacos are delicious and reasonably priced Everyone has only praise for the great staff and its amazing service.
Sao Nam Fine Vietnamese
Finding Sao Nam in the busy Bukit Bintang area can be tough, since it’s hardly visible from the outside. But step in and the place is an oasis of calm that takes you far away from the noise and crowds of the street. The Vietnamese food is great too, and has both set meals (combos) and a la carte options. The decor is simple, the staff is always smiling and the food is scrumptious.
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The best Indian restaurant in the area, the Betel Leaf dishes out set meals (called thalis) and a la carte, and has people coming back for more. A short distance away from the KLCC, the place is unpretentious and a little easy to miss. The menu is a good balance of vegetarian and meat options, as well as things like rice and rotis (pan bread). What’s more, the staff are attentive and service is quick.
Skillet at 163
Ready to experiment with neo-cuisine? Then Skillet is where you should be having your meals. This restaurant does modern, novel takes on food that will amaze you. It’s unpretentious from the outside and the inside is comfortable and spacious. The staff, from the owner down, pay personal attention to each guest and the service is nice and fast for a fine-dining joint. Innovative approaches to food and new additions to the menu mean that you will always find something interesting and new on offer.
The Thai Authority
Tucked away inside Suria KLCC, this Thai restaurant offers an interesting and memorable experience. The ambiance and service are good, and prices are reasonable as well. It serves wholesome Thai street food, and the range of items on the menu is fairly broad, all of which come complete with those fresh spice combos expected of the Old Siam.