New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Kuala Lumpur: February 2020
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New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Kuala Lumpur: February 2020
February is here, and this fabulous month brings more new eateries to add to your makan list! There's spicy hotpot, stuffed baos and vegan grub with cocktails – happy eating, Burpplers!
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Behind the consistency and quality for every dish are top culinary chefs from mainland China itself •

The famous handmade Xiao Long Bao’s one of the signature, skillfully made with consistency by ensuring the filling and the layering of each XLB’s skin are of the same •

Hand pulled noodle; La Mian which has its own authentic process, complements the fried pork that is rather non-greasy so well, making it such a hearty meal •

Soy Sauce Chicken RM1 • La Mian w Shanghainese Deep Fried Pork Ribs RM19 • Shanghainese Steamed Meat Dumplings RM15 • Braised Beancurd w Minced Meat & Chili Sauce Szechuan Style RM23 • Fried Rice w Shrimps RM22 • Stir Fried Bentong String Beans w Minced Pork RM25 •

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Favourite hide out place with great coffee and tastefully carved food

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This hidden gem in Cheras is truly a tea lover's paradise. The friendly team offers an array of teas to sip on – from Green to White and Oolong. Recommendations from the community include the Silver Needle (White, RM18) and Ya Shi Xiang (Oolong, RM13). Alternatively, opt for a Matcha Latte (RM16) or the bubbly Genmaicha Cold Brew Tea (RM12) that's perfect for hot days. If you’re feeling peckish, opt for the Cha-Bagel (RM18) – a poppy seed bagel with housemade matcha cream cheese and smoked salmon.
Photo by Burppler Benzzy Lim

What you get at WTF is not at all the run of the mill Indian vegetarian. With nine chefs working on their own specialties from Indian to Western and Mexican, this fusion restaurant is home to one of those seriously wacky menus that surprisingly, works. WTF (What tasty food) indeed. The Burpple community has established a consensus that their Fondue Cheese Pav Bhaji (RM16) makes the perfect comfort food. Served with soft buns and a side of pickled onions, the fondue sees a melting pot of spice, vegetables and cheese. Alternatively, try the chef-recommended Dahi Ke Sholay (RM18), a soft, crispy starter of breaded pockets stuffed with hung curd, vegetables and spices. There is also an intriguing, strictly-for-sharing Tava Masala Sizzler (RM35) that comes on a hot plate with marinated tandoori potatoes, vegetable cutlet and cumin rice. While this semi-casual eatery is made popular by its hybrid creations, it's not to say their Indian fare pales in comparison. In fact, the menu dangles an exceptional Dal Makhani (RM18), creamy slow-cooked black lentils to go with Naan (RM5). If you've exhausted all options, go off-course with a mystery Whatever (RM18) — anything the chef feels like making. In the case of Burppler Benjay Syb, it was a refreshing apple cabbage pita sandwich!
Avg price per person: RM30
Photo by Burppler Benjay Syb

Not easy to find a good alio oglio that has a well balanced taste but this is it! Generous portion of pasta and vegetable. Also available for vegetarians.

Not easy to find a good alio oglio that has a well balanced taste but this is it! Generous portion of pasta and vegetable. Also available for vegetarians.

We enjoyed their seasonal Wine coffee beans (RM10) - not that it was alcoholic, but it had a lovely light and fruity aroma and was processed differently.

We loved the al-fresco space and homely feeling - we managed to do a bit of reading 📖 as well. We were literally chilling in someone's backyard.

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