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New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Kuala Lumpur: February 2019
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Hot 100 2019
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In a hidden corner of Plaza Damas sits Rubberduck, a cafe worth tracking down for great bakes and breakfasts. The alfresco area is spotlighted by a pink neon sign and a coconut tree on the wall that provides pop-meets-tropical vibes as you people-watch — perfect for a restorative day of alone time. There is healthy breakfast — smoothie bowls and granolas — for the early risers and yummy sweet treats for teatime. Freshly baked daily, their Madeleines (RM3) may be one of KL's best attempts at the French tea cake. Have these petite, buttery pillows with a cup of tea or coffee. The luscious-looking Carrot Cake (RM9) and Beetroot Chocolate Cake (RM10) are moist, tasty and great contenders too. Although we are devoted fans, the cakes are second to their real crowd-favourite, the Lemon Meringue Tart (RM12). Take time to savour the sweet, airy meringue and zesty lemon curd in its crumbly tart shell.
Avg price per person: RM20
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There's no place like myElephant for Thai, where the vibes are relaxed but elegant, and the food is excellent yet affordable. Here's a winning venue for your next business lunch appointment. The menu has seen little changes since the establishment first opened over eight years ago, but we're more than happy to return for these classics. Look to their lunch sets to find a delectable Green Curry Chicken (RM13.67) — a generous bowl of rich, fragrant gravy to ladle over brown jasmine rice. We also recommend the Chicken Maryland (RM20.03) for an ingenious pairing of deep-fried chicken with green curry or panaeng curry gravy. If you have yet to try this, throw all your fried chicken notions out the window and meet your new favourite. The restaurant nails their Mango with Glutinuous Rice (RM9.01) every time, so don't miss this for dessert!
Avg price per person: RM35
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There's no place like myElephant for Thai, where the vibes are relaxed but elegant, and the food is excellent yet affordable. Here's a winning venue for your next business lunch appointment. The menu has seen little changes since the establishment first opened over eight years ago, but we're more than happy to return for these classics. Look to their lunch sets to find a delectable Green Curry Chicken (RM13.67) — a generous bowl of rich, fragrant gravy to ladle over brown jasmine rice. We also recommend the Chicken Maryland (RM20.03) for an ingenious pairing of deep-fried chicken with green curry or panaeng curry gravy. If you have yet to try this, throw all your fried chicken notions out the window and meet your new favourite. The restaurant nails their Mango with Glutinuous Rice (RM9.01) every time, so don't miss this for dessert!
Avg price per person: RM35
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This restaurant in Jaya One is known to be an after-work watering hole, thanks to its laidback vibes and excellent margaritas. Gather your colleagues and treat yourselves to drinks after a long day. Despite its suggestive name, the Horny Margarita (RM24.95) is a stellar choice! Made from a mix of 100% agave tequila and their housemade lime mixer, it boasts tangy flavours with an extra strong hit. Take advantage of their happy hour buy two get one free promotion between 5-9pm. The food here doesn't play second fiddle to its drinks. Dive right in with their Spicy Habanero Buffalo Wings (from RM22.95), but heed our word of caution: order only if you have a high tolerance for spicy food, in which case, these will be spot-on. If you're staying for dinner, share the Mexican Casserole (RM59.95 for two to three pax). The eye-opening dish of Tex-Mex lasagna layered with corn tortillas, beef and cheese is luscious, and rightfully crowned king of casseroles. Pro tip: Have this with a basket of extra Tortilla Chips (RM6).
Avg price per person: RM40
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Its Changkat location may pass Loco off as just another place for drinks, but the bar also brings delicious Mexican eats to the table. If you're stuck in the city after work, stop by to wind down with a few friends before the journey home. Happy hour (noon-9pm) gets you a glass of beer from only RM11, so definitely call for a round to kick the evening off. But don't let beer go down on an empty tummy! Share their good-for-two Beef Quesadillas (RM35). Served on a hotplate, the thin flour tortilla encases juicy chunks of beef, avocado and melted cheese — the salsa verde (tomatillo and jalapeno dip) is terrific. For something lighter that leaves you room for more drinks, order the Street Tacos (RM12) featuring a luscious avocado cream sauce, or the Mexican Maize Fries (RM20). The latter will interest those who love themselves a greasy bar snack. The crisp thick-cut fries made from corn are served with chunky guacamole and sour cream.
Avg price per person: RM50

Sporting lots of natural light and floor-to-ceiling windows, this kitchen and bar in Avenue K is where formal meets casual, with a whole lot of swank. Keep this in mind for a daytime date or a business lunch! The menu's an all-rounder, hitting home runs with Mexican favourites Fajitas (from RM38), Quesadillas (from RM34) and Pico De Gallo (RM16). If you enjoy a spike of heat, begin the meal with their Jalapeno Poppers (RM19). The deep-fried morsels are stuffed with cheese and minced beef for pops of lush, spicy flavours that help arouse appetites. For mains, the standout has to be their Pescado a la Veracruzana (RM48), pan-fried fish set in a mouthwatering sauce melding onions, jalapenos and olives. This comes with white rice, salad and a single jalapeno popper to spice things up. Make the most of lunchtime and stay for dessert. The Churros (RM18) is
served with a quintessentially Mexican cajeta dip (caramel with goat's milk) that sets it apart from the rest.
Avg price per person: RM50
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