Dining

  • Alexis Bistro & Wine Bar, Great Eastern Mall
    • A clientele that ranges from diplomats to local hipsters. The wine list is extensive; the menu features Italian and Asian dishes. Every Friday and Saturday night, live jazz and Latin performers.
  • Victoria Station Restaurant, Jalan Ampang
    • A strong reputation for a hearty steak. You eat at tables tucked inside train cabins (on the London underground train theme), or have your meal in the private booths. Children like it.
  • Jarrod & Rawlins, Ampwalk Mall
    • Located on the ground floor of The Amp Walk, among the favorites are steaks, grilled meats, gourmet sausages, pork chops and sandwiches.
  • Secret Recipe, Ampwalk Mall
    • Cheerful colours and a festival of calories. Cheesecakes are the house speciality with the twelve varieties including Orange, Mocha, Oreo, Marble and Chocolate. Other items include spaghetti bolognaise, chicken chop, lasagna and burgers.
  • TERRACE @ Hock Choon
    • Situated in a converted bungalow in the leafy surroundings just minutes walk. There are currently 3 F&B outlets Fukuharu (Japanese restaurant), II Divo Ristorante Italiano (Italian restaurant) and Café at TERRACE (serving illy coffee). There will be more restaurants and bars opening up, namely Berliner Stube (German restaurant), IR 1980 (Indonesian restaurant), Cellar at TERRACE, Cigar Bar at TERRACE, Single Malt Lounge at TERRACE and Poolside Bar at TERRACE.
  • Bangsar Baru
    • Bangsar is well-known for the streets of Telawi, where it is a hotspot area for the locals and expatriates alike. It has an international and local mix of restaurants, pubs, bars, grills, bistros, cafes, fast-food outlets and coffee and ice cream parlours.
  • Changkat Bukit Bintang
    • One of the Kuala Lumpur’s most vibrant boulevards, Changkat Bukit Bintang is a busy street that’s lined with two-storey restaurant & bars, nightclubs, cocktail lounges, whisky bars, and lively Irish pubs. It is safe to say that nightlife in Changkat Bukit Bintang is anything but dull.
  • Jalan Alor Street Market
    • Jalan Alor runs parallel to Jalan Bukit Bintang in the heart of the Golden Triangle. It comes alive every night with the sights and smells of hawker cooking and pavement cafes.
  • Jalan Petaling
    • Delicious hawker food is served all day in the area around Chinatown’s Jalan Petaling. You can breakfast on steamed dumplings or porridge. In the evening, the street closes to cars and the night market begins. Cafes and hawker stalls start up.
  • Jalan Doraisamy
    • This street has the most popular collection of halal food establishments run by Indian Muslims – near Heritage Row.
  • Zouk Club
    • Opened in 2004, in Jalan Ampang, Zouk KL features four rooms: Zouk and Velvet Underground styled on original club in Singapore , plus the Loft and Terrace bars. The dance rooms are huge, coping with up to 2,000 people dancing to international DJ’s and live performances.
  • The Beach Club
    • Cross a wooden bridge into a Hawaiian themed club which is largely outdoors. Giant sharks are on display in an aquarium by the bar. There is a huge dance floor. The club attracts a significant number of tourists, especially Westerners. This is easily one of the loudest spots on the block.
  • The Aloha Club and Bistro
    • A 30,000 sq ft mega club over three levels including dance club, bistro and restaurant and VIP rooms. Décor is minimalist and modern and the crowd is young and fashionable. They play music from 80s modern rock to the lastest R&B.
  • Rum Jungle
    • Popular with the older crowd, Rum Jungle is a club with a tribal theme, playing reggae, Latin, Spanish and sometimes cultural beats.