Torii has always been a yakitori restaurant equipped with a well-stocked bar emphasizing on Japanese single malt whiskies. Recently, their menu has been expanded to include a succulent range of premium Japanese steaks, along with a full line of sides to accompany the meat.
As one of the oldest and well-known Italian restaurants in KL, La Risata is still thriving and remains a favorite for its hearty classics and wood-fired pizzas. Their first outlet opened in Ampang way back in 1996, followed by a branch in Bukit Damansara three years later.
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.
"Little Big", as it is fondly known, will add a new lively and interactive shopping experience to the Damansara Heights and neighbouring communities. At 17,000 sq ft, the relatively compact store is about one-third the size of it's bigger brother at Publika but maintains a strong selection of products and produce.
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