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Cafe
3 reviews
Now it's a favorite with the locals, who come for enormous sizzling steaks (which fill the place with greasy smoke), baked crabmeat served in the shell, and the house favorite caramel custard pudding. — Frommer's
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Asian
5 reviews
Highlights include the fish head curry, devil curry chicken and an outstanding (we don’t use this word lightly) beef rendang. — Time Out
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Asian
2 reviews
The standard offerings are available: a carving station offering beef and lamb, an assortment of salads as well as Chinese, Japanese and Italian cuisine. — Time Out
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Asian
2 reviews
Chynna is pure dinner theater: From the Madam Wong-style red lanterns to the Old China antique replica furnishings, you'll think you're in a highly stylized Shanghai of yesteryear. — Frommer's
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Chinese
4 reviews
Despite very few local faces and elevated prices, the food isn’t bad, from Hainan chicken and bbq duck to beef noodle soups, dim sum dumplings and desserts like ABC or cendol. — Rough Guide
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International
4 reviews
The dishes on your multi-course dinner remain a mystery until you leave. The visually impaired staff create a warm, welcoming atmosphere and put confused patrons at ease with a bit of humor. — Afar Magazine
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Asian
2 reviews
Serving contemporary Thai fusion in a low-lit space with vaulted ceilings, exposed brick and stone Buddhas tucked into the walls, Tamarind Hill scores high in terms of both ambiance and cuisine. — Afar Magazine
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European
2 reviews
The cuisine is contemporary French with Asian twists, such as lamb cappuccino, served with a single stroke of praline purée, flavored with a coffee sauce, and garnished with milk foam and thyme. — Concierge
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Vietnamese
3 reviews
Unpretentious but stylish and consistently excellent Vietnamese restaurant, with top-notch service and food. — Rough Guide
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American
2 reviews
It's easy to understand the allure of this long-running hawker-stall operation that gets many steak-lovers' stamp of approval. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
3 reviews
Using the name of the Malay word for sesame, Bijan is a top pick for many KLites when choosing where to take out-of-towners to sample authentic local cuisine. — Fodor's
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Seafood
2 reviews
Magnificent (sorry) tartare sauce, as good as you’ll taste and a brilliant accompaniment to the delicious fish, such as dory, parrot fish, barramundi, grouper, or salmon. — Time Out
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European
3 reviews
This trendy restaurant specializes in clever fusion cuisine – almond- crusted rack of lamb, for example – with more straightforward risottos, salads and plenty of cakes for dessert. — Rough Guide
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Vegan and Vegetarian
2 reviews
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Indian
2 reviews
This bona fide hut at the end of a car park strewn with plastic tables and chairs becomes packed every evening when locals arrive to scoff the freshly made chapatis, other Indian breads and spicy dishes. — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
2 reviews
This is what you get when a boutique coffee roaster teams with health-conscious cooks in a quiet green oasis. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Famous curry fish head stall in the Lucky Gardens row of hawkers. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
2 reviews
This global chain of restaurants offers some of the best-quality Indian food you'll find in KL. — Lonely Planet
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Indian
3 reviews
Watch KL pass by from this revolving restaurant atop Menara KL (KL Tower). — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
2 reviews
With its charming décor and cosy ambience, LOKL Coffee Co decidedly offers a hipper and more comfortable alternative to Old KL’s various old eateries and restaurants. — Time Out
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