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Pork takes the center stage in The Eighth Avenue's versatile menu. It even encompasses several local and homestyle dishes from stewed pork to nasi lemak and tandoori. It's an great place to unwind too and it's only a matter of time their wine buffet and all you can drink beer promotions become the talk of the town, especially when their pricings are attractive even to a non-drinker such as myself.
Salasabaii is a newly opened Thai food stall in Taman Taynton View's 118 KK Food Court. The main chefs themselves are Thai and Mookata, Jim Jum, BBQ and salt baked tilapia are only some of their signature items. Their BBQ Salt Baked Fish is seriously good and you should drop by just for this ridiculously delicious dish alone.
Croisette Cafe at Bangsar serves wallet-friendly French dishes. Their daily set lunches are value for money too, priced at an affordable RM30 on weekdays and RM40 on weekends. Each set comes with a starter, main, dessert and cup of coffee or tea. On a clear sunny day, you get to enjoy an unobstructed view of Bangsar's surrounding and Kuala Lumpur's skyline from the poolside.
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.
Kurata Japanese Fine Dining's eat all you can shabu shabu promotion @ RM120nett/pax is one good deal you cannot afford to miss. There's no time limit and you can enjoy endless orders of wagyu beef, salmon sashimi, salmon belly, black cod and many more delicious dishes. What more can you ask for in a deal as awesome as this?
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.
In conjunction with "Taste of Mie", a special dinner course featuring the finest ingredients from Mie Prefecture priced at RM300 was launched at Sasagawa on 2 days ago on 24th Nov. High quality and fresh produce plays a huge role in Sasagawa's menu, which is why they are imported five times a week straight from Japan. That's as frequent as it gets, in fact double the number of times that a normal local Japanese restaurant would do.