5 New places to eat at around Bukit Bintang
Refresh and refuel
#cafehopmy? Make sure you stop by this new cafe to check one off your list. Its Instagram game is strong with its sleek and minimalist decor but worry not as the taste of the food and drinks (a mix between Japanese and Western influences) isn't compromised for the ambiance.
There's a new place in town to get your smoothie bowl fix! Premium cold-pressed juice brand Juice D' Fruitz, otherwise known as JDF, has recently branched out to smoothie bowl store that uses fresh fruits, superfoods, and their signature juices.
An elegant setting combined with a smorgasbord of exquisite dishes and fine wines, The Bar°n is a great place for dinner and drinks with friends; especially since it specialises in small plates.
One of Bangkok's most popular eatery made its way to Malaysia earlier this year (thank you, Chryseis Tan) and it's still on a must-visit list if you haven't already. We personally loved the Complicated Noodles but the desserts are definitely an obvious need for anyone with a sweet tooth.
This little pop-up street cafe is a 15-minute walk away from Pavilion KL but if you're done for the day, the homemade sandwiches (can you say no to one stuffed with snow crab and grilled beef salami?), desserts and coffee will be worth that extra mile. The place is a sister project of Rococo Cafe that's located at the top of Melange Boutique Hotel.
Le Petit Rococo is located opposite 12FLY Hotel and opens from 11.30am - 7.30pm, Wed - Mon