Instead of playing it safe and replicating other cafes' success, Thirdwave cafe at Nexus, Bangsar South is willing to experiment with new recipes that translate into unique and creative dishes. The menu is extensively diverse so you ought to find something you like.
Admittedly, Ruyi & Lyn is not the cheapest restaurant around. But if you are looking for a new culinary experience and memories that will be cherished for a long time, then you don't need to look any further. The restaurant presents more than just Instagram-worthy dishes, as each of them is a delectable play of Asian flavors.
It's heartening to see that Maria's SteakCafe is doing well after my first visit about 7 years ago. When my friends ask me where to go for steaks, Maria's is still one of my personal recommendations. Anyway it has been a while since we had a steak out, so we decided to drop by their Bangsar branch last weekend for a scrumptious dinner.
The Ming Room is probably the most sought after dim sum restaurant in KL currently. It was full house, packed to capacity on a Sunday noon and many customers (including us) were waiting for tables to free up. On Sundays and Public Holidays, they have a special menu which highlights a number of dishes that are not in the dim sum category.
Nam Chuan is one of the most frequented coffee shops in Bangsar because of its location. It's a cheap place to eat and is usually packed with office workers and locals. There are a lot of people who purposely come here for Aunty Christina's Sarawak Laksa too.
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.