Are you ready to join the latest queue in town? This time it's at Chateraise located at KLCC's Isetan Food Market. Chateraise is an immensely popular patisserie in Japan with more than 460 stores opened there.
The store originated from Yamanashi Prefecture - a landlocked prefecture known for its fertile central valley and high quality produce. These premium ingredients which even include the waters of Mount Fuji are then sourced and used to make their famous pastries and sweets.
For a true French dining experience, one should not look further than Maison Francaise. Nestled in the heart of KL along Changkat Kia Peng just a stone's throw away from the KLCC, Maison Francaise's lace curtains, wood paneling and chandeliers in an old colonial bungalow will transport you briefly to France for an exceptional, intimate and unforgettable meal.
In conjunction with Brolly's grand opening celebration, Crab Factory also held its annual seafood carnival to make the event merrier. The longest seafood table KL has ever seen was formed that day, with over 300 guests joining in for a seafood feast under the sun.
On paper, the 4-star PNB Perdana Hotel & Suites On The Park seems like the perfect place to stay in the KLCC area. It's inexpensive, within minutes of walking to Ampang Park LRT station and shopping malls and various eateries.
Food will never be a problem because there's plenty of it nearby. Whether it's mamak, cafe, fast food, normal or fine dining restaurants - this area has it all. Besides, Troika is just across the road and it houses a good cafe and some of the best restaurants in the city.
Gobo Upstairs Bar & Grill is well-known for its steaks but there are a couple of other meat and seafood choices that are good for non steak-eaters too. The restaurant is situated within the Traders Hotel so it shares the same breathtaking views enjoyed by the hotel room guests. There was a special seafood menu […]