Walking into Livello Uno feels more like entering someone's home than a restaurant. This cozy, no-frills Italian joint sitting on the 1st floor of a shop lot in the heart of TTDI offers home cooked Italian food prepared using the freshest ingredients around. Pork free too!
Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside's latest dining promotion is a buffet brunch appropriately named Epic Brunch. It features some of the most premium items you can find across all the hotel buffets in the country. In fact, it could very well be the most luxurious too. Imagine free flow champagne, lobsters, giant freshwater prawns, prime cut meat and steaks and a walk-in dessert room.
Next time you're in Ipoh looking for a place to chill or catch up with friends, be sure to swing by Rooftop Restaurant & Bar. It has been around for about 2 years and it is also currently one of the top rated restaurants in Ipoh. The consistently great reviews you see on their Facebook page says it all.
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.
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.