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Unwind with your best buds after work at this trendy bar in Damansara Uptown. The team refers to this place as Japanese mamak, and you can look forward to Japanese salads, donburi and ramen with a local twist. Get the ball rollin' with a refreshing Miyagi Highball (RM17). Alternatively, the cocktail highballs like the sweet-sour Boufu Yuzu (RM20) is just as good and dangerously easy to sip on. Don't drink on an empty stomach! Fill up on the Fries With Egg (RM13), a seriously addictive snack of crispy fries dressed in spicy mayo, furikake and bonito flakes. To share with the gang, order some yakitori – the succulent Tandoori Chicken Thigh (RM7) and juicy Pork Belly (RM6) are must-tries.

This late-night ramen joint (ideal for rainy night respites!) is the brainchild of meat maestros Beard Brothers. Choose from three types of ramen available – Beef Ramen (RM22), Chicken Ramen (RM18) and Seafood Ramen (RM20). The former comes highly recommended, featuring tender beef bacon and springy noodles swimming in a savoury 12-hour beef ramen broth served alongside a jammy egg. The seafood version highlights flavours closer to home that's almost lemak-like. Ps. They share the space with Beard Brothers' other project – a deli that offers the same delicious beef sandwiched between rye bread.

My go to cafe to get a quick simple egg-cellent breakkie with a good cup of coffee 🍳☕️ •

Fluffy scrambled eggs with cheese ?! YES PLEASE 🤤 they have other yummy breakfast/brunch options too but I have to say these are my Top 2 🤗 •

@myhuckleberrykl ‘s menu ranges from breakfast • lunch • weekend brunch • dinner • All worth trying 💯 #highlyRAEted •

Brunch Brioche • Chilli Cheese Scrambled Egg • both RM13.90 •

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Rice in savoury green tea broth – perfect to have on a rainy day, especially with a drink on the side. Only wish this had actual pork bits.

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However, there’s one that stands out among the crowd and it’s none other than Wong Ah Wah, which occupies several units due to its popularity. The most popular and must-order item is of course the grilled chicken wings. Grilled and smoked to perfection, the marination makes the meat so flavourful and addictive that you just cannot stop at one.
Restoran Wong Ah Wah
Address: 16, Jalan Alor, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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One of the newest cocktail from the Aromatic and Floral category. It’s a nordes gin base cocktail shaken with lime, Malay gooseberry and mints. It’s quite refreshing and reminds me the taste of mojito. RM50 per glass.

For your next adventurous foodie night out, look to this trendy spot for twists on traditional ramen, cocktails and more. Helmed by the folks of now-defunct Ru Di Fook, you can trust these noodle experts will dish up something good. Burppler Carmen Chan comes for the King Of Pork Chop Ramen (RM29.80) brimming with chewy noodles, savoury tonkotsu broth and a massive, tender tomahawk that she recommends sharing with a friend. Burppler Joey likes to pair this ramen with a side of addictive KungFu Mushroom (RM14.80). Wash the meal down with one of their house cocktails, like the creamy and chocolatey Keep Calm (RM26.80) with dark rum.
Photo by Burppler Carmen Chan

Hungry at midnight and nowhere to go? Nasi lemak ayam goreng is the answer for a good wholesome meal. Rice portion is kinda small but then again, how much can you eat for supper anyway? Sambal is just right, not too spicy and not too sweet.

This popular shop in Mont Kiara has won the community’s heart for serving consistently good Korean fried chicken over the years. Bring the gang and feast on their Fried Chicken (from RM38) — choose between their Soy & Garlic, Spicy & Garlic and Sweet & Garlic marinades. The latter is quite exceptional for its perfect balance of sweet and savoury.
Photo by Burppler Kimberly Ong

Definitely one of the best KFC’s I’ve had in town. Super juicy and the marinade is so so good! Right balance of sweetness allowing the garlic flavour to still come through.

Cocktails, vibes and excellent service – it’s no wonder this Chinatown bar is deemed as one of the best in KL. The pre-war-shop-turned-bar is split into three sections, but you'll want to grab a seat at the main bar to witness all the action. Look forward to cocktails made with Asian flavours as seen in Takeshi’s Cooler (from RM30), a refreshing drink made with dry sake, Pisco El Gobernador, Japanese salt plum, lime and soda. If you’re here with the gang, order a punch bowl that’s good for groups of four and more. Pro tip: Take note that the entrance is a toy shop!
Photo by Burppler Serena Ho