Honey Crème, a premium soft-serve ice cream brand from Taiwan opened their first outlet in Desa Sri Hartamas next to Mei about 3 months ago.
This Korean-inspired soft serve became insanely popular after making it appeared on various Taiwanese variety shows. Cute and photogenic, no wonder it's a hit especially among the ladies.
Halal Kolo Mee, also known as Mee Kolok is rare to come by in KL. This simple yet delicious noodle not only managed to captivate the heart of Sarawakians, it is also gaining popularity among locals especially the Muslims.
Dapur Sarawak was highly recommended by a Sarawakian friend, saying it's her favorite place to go for halal Kolok Mee.
BreadFruits is an extremely popular spot for breakfast and brunch in Desa Sri Hartamas that's also notorious for their slower than average service.
The first time we were here a year or so ago, we were turned away by the crowd. There was even a line of people trying to get into the restaurant. So we decided to drop by for dinner instead.
Despite the name, Merchant's Lane is not really a lane but a delightfully warm and atmospheric cafe that provides respite from this touristy side of the city. It's filled with plenty of natural light perfect for photography (and Instagramming), friendly staff, menu is a bit different from the rest and not obscenely overpriced.
Attention mango lovers, you can now get your fix of this sweet and juicy fruit at Mango Aloha, a newly opened dessert cafe at Mid Valley Megamall. The team behind Mango Aloha prides themselves on using only all fresh, all natural and homemade ingredients for their delectable mango desserts.
Decided to check out Yellow Brick Road after it won the Time Out KL Food Awards for best cafe. Yellow Brick Road is also the sister cafe of The Red Beanbag which explains their popularity among KL's cafe hoppers.