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New Restaurants, Cafés And Bars in KL: June 2016

New Restaurants, Cafés And Bars in KL: June 2016

Running out of fresh ideas? Here are six more to add into your wishlist of eats. Be it wolfing down baked cheese tarts, dining stylishly in the middle of KL city or sipping on iced latte the Asian way, this guide is about to get you very busy!
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Located in central Naza Tower, BLVD House's stylish looks are outshined by an extensive, tempting menu. To avoid the office crowd, come for dinner with a few friends to share their generous portions. Try Chef Pele's Signature BBQ Lamb Denver Ribs (RM75). Slathered in a delicious mussel ragout, the smoky, caramelised ribs are served with an intriguing masala onion potato mousse atop crispy potato nest. Then, put your dessert stomach to work with the Oozing Ovomaltine Beignets With Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar (RM20). The bite-sized pastries hold a centre of warm ovomaltine sauce (brings you right back to your childhood), and are best eaten with the side of salted caramel gelato. Pro tip: Parking is free at Naza Tower!
Avg Price: RM100

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As the Sri Petaling vicinity continues to grow with plenty of new spots, Neighbourhood Coffee's reliable cuppa and stunningly lit white space has our hearts. A drink that is sure to awaken your senses, the iced Latte - Asian Way (RM15) is their take on local 'kopi' that incorporates a dash of condensed milk with three espresso shots. The venue opens rather late at 11am so perhaps order one of the tasty paninis for brunch. There are several options but we recommend that you go classic with The Farmer (RM16), which packs turkey ham and chicken strips with fresh veggies. With soothing indie music playing in the background, this is a cosy hideaway to chill with a close friend on quiet afternoons.
Avg Price: RM25

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Known for refined dishes worth spending on, Thirdwave reiterates their creative prowess with this new menu. This is a highly recommended spot to splurge with either a friend or colleague. Don't miss the picture-perfect Magic Taro Egg (RM25) — yam-coated scotch egg set on a trio of mussels, macaroni and divine truffled cream. For those who enjoy sweet-salty combos, the Duck Waffle & Ice Cream (RM35) sees a delicious duck leg confit served next to egg and bacon-infused ice cream on waffles. Be sure to end your meal with the wonderfully imagined flavours of the ice cream sandwiches (from RM10 each). From intriguing combinations like pandan kaya with burnt caramel to lavender honey with blueberry, all ice cream is housemade and sandwiched between crisp, dense sables.
Avg Price: RM45

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Set along a busy street in Sri Petaling, Tiny Temptress is yet another addition to the expanding list of fine dessert spots. Guys, here's the perfect place to gain some brownie points with the girlfriend. Sit near the pretty, pastel-coloured walls (so you can take countless pictures of her) and order the Bear Necessities (RM14) — Oolong mouse, passion fruit chocolate ganache and Belgium chocolate marzipan sponge disguised as an adorable bear. The patisserie was previously an online bakery specialising in macarons so if you enjoy the meringue-based sweet, try their signature Salted Egg Yolk Macaron (RM10). Also sneak a peek at their open kitchen in the back to watch delicate confections in the making!
Avg Price: RM20

The Japanese cheese tarts trend is not only here to stay, it's positively oozing. In the short span of a few months, Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tarts has opened its second outpost in Empire Shopping Gallery. The small stall dishes out warm and satisfying Hokkaido baked cheese tarts (RM5.80), which beckon with the combination of sweet-savoury, creamy filling and crumbly, cookie-like crust. Make a stop here after lunch to stock up on these delightful teatime provisions! Pro tip: The ongoing opening promotion gets you six yummy cheese tarts for the price of five.
Avg Price: RM10

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The next time you're wandering in SS15 under the scorching sun, find solace in the form of refreshing rose-shaped ice cream at Miss Rose. From the chiller, select two flavours, which the team will carefully craft into an edible floral beauty for you. The Bailey Brownie Premium and Matcha Green Tea are great picks as far as individual flavours go, but you might want to pair them with milder flavours like the Vanilla Cinnamon to complement. These short-lived roses come with a plush price of RM14.80 each so if you're not one for looks, grab a regular cone (from RM7.90) instead.
Avg Price: RM15

This inviting enclave tucked in a quiet PJ area makes for a serene dinner spot with family and friends alike. Daring diners to be 'rebels' and to share their food, Classic Rebels presents thoughtful, tasty small plates alongside well-executed mains. Be sure to share the addictive Guacomole (RM18). Served with corn chips, the creamy dip gives a wonderfully spicy punch at the end. We also recommend the sweet Burnt Leek (RM25) with succulent prawns, steeped in yummy seaweed butter. Continue the winning streak with a tender roast Lamb Shoulder (RM85 for 500g). The restaurant opens from dinner till late so stay on for a cup of coffee over long conversations.
Avg Price: RM45

Nestled in residential Sri Petaling, this neighbourhood eatery is named after the owners' toddler. The homey ambience is best suited for intimate, porky dinners with a couple of close friends or family. Head straight for the Signature Roast Pork (RM27.50) — four slices of crispy roast pork served with an apple brown sauce. Those who can't part with their rice can opt for the carb-friendly alternative — Fried Rice with Roast Pork (RM18), which switches out two slices of roast pork for a full portion of flavour-packed fried rice.
Avg Price: RM30

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Omakase is a Japanese dining experience that allows the chef full autonomy on what to serve you. The element of surprise makes it a good conversation starter, so bring a date to Sou Omakase, part of KL's Yuzu group of restaurants. The lunch menu begins at RM88 for a five-course meal while dinner goes up to RM320 for ten courses. Opt to spend your date here on quiet afternoons with the splendid natural light that come with the private seats. Expect delicious dishes made with fresh ingredients along the likes of seasonal vegetables served with cheese fondue, grilled abalone with bamboo shoots, and trendy desserts like the translucent Japanese water cake — a jelly-like dessert eaten with soybean powder and sugar syrup.
Avg Price: RM150

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A venture by popular ice cream parlour The Inside Scoop, this new establishment offers what the former does not — alcoholic ice cream. For a cooling afternoon fix on draggy workdays, come with your colleagues for the potent Whisky Cream (RM10), a smooth, milky ice cream blended with Singleton whisky. Choice picks also include the Smoked Cognac (RM10) — dark chocolate ice cream with the smokey profiles of brandy — and the Beer (RM10), which is basically your happy hour favourite in a cone! The waffle cone will cost you an extra RM2 but trust us, it's worth it!
Avg Price: RM15

Helmed by former London's Army & Navy club chef Paul Elliot, GravyBaby's pies are legitimately British and so delicious too. Come with a close friend when times call for comfort food breakfasts and early morning cocktails (we promise no one will judge). Dig into the Lamb and Redcurrant Hotpot Pie (RM26), served warm with mash, spicy Boston beans and lots of meat gravy. On that tempting list of pies, also find the comforting Fish Pie (RM26) with piping hot pastry enfolding fresh seafood, served with minted mushy peas and a parsley liquor sauce. For drinks, don't miss the tasteful novel of Side Truck (RM36) — a mix of Bourbon, vermouth and hibiscus served in a teapot with dry ice.
Avg Price: RM50

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Well-known Japanese dessert joint Tokyo Secret from Hong Kong launched on our shores a few days ago, at IPO Shopping Centre. So the next time you're in the mall, stop by for an indulgent teatime snack. Their lauded Hanjyuku Cheese Tarts (RM7.90 each) oozes with a warm, cheesy centre cradled by a cookie-like crust. Pro tip: These tarts must be eaten while still warm for best oozy effects. If you plan to savour it back home, make sure to warm it up first! Also note that there is a maximum order of 12 pieces per customer.
Avg Price: RM10

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