#BuroEats: 7 New cafes and restaurants in KL to visit for June 2020
Out and about
1. Baro Cafe, Sri Petaling
Hidden inside Baroness (a bubble tea cafe), Baro specialises in specialty coffees, home-baked pastries, stuffed toasts, and cheesecakes.
They also serve hot meals such as Mushroom Nara and Baconara. Specialty coffee options here include Caramel Shakerato, Matchasso, and Matchaco.
Address: 18, Jalan Radin Bagus 1, Sri Petaling
Opening Hours: 10.30am - 6.30pm
Contact: 011 5637 0266
2. Monroe, Bukit Bintang
Located in Kloé Hotel, Monroe serves casual comfort food and brunch. For breakfast, options include Big Breakfast (free range eggs, beef bacon, heirloom tomatoes, country baked beans, herb roast potatoes, toasted brioche, and market salad) and Lavender Earl Grey Cured Salmon Croissant (with Emmental cheese, avocado, butter head lettuce, butter croissant, and free range eggs).
The extensive lunch menu here includes the likes of Lamb Ragu (with 36 hours slow braised lamb, marinated onions, confit carrots, shaved parmesan cheese, and tagliatelle); and Beetroot Burger (slow chargrilled beetroot, smashed avocado, whipped herb cheese, crips potato wedges, and sweet potato brioche bun).
Address: Kloé Hotel, 227, Jalan Bukit Bintang
Opening Hours: 7am - 6pm
Contact: 03 2772 1314
3. Akar Dining, TTDI
Described as a locally-driven modern French restaurant, Akar Dining has a lot to offer. At the moment, Akar Dining has a four-course and five-course Carte Blanche—consisting of dishes such as Spanish Mackerel with Fennel and Apple; Cornish Chicken with Scorched Rice and Crown Daisy; as well as Larnaudie Foie Gras with Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes, and Beetroot.
In addition to the palate cleanser and dessert, you can also choose from a plethora of French wines to go with your meal.
Address: 109, Jalan Aminuddin Baki, Taman Tun Dr Ismail
Opening Hours: 6pm - 10pm
Contact: 018 277 0597
4. Calia, Bukit Bintang
The Australian culinary brand's first outlet in Malaysia will be opening on 19 June 2020. This will also be their first international store. Created in 2016 in Melbourne, Calia serves unique Japanese-inspired Australian fare—with a menu curated by Michelin Starred Chef Francisco Araya.
Signature dishes here include The Calia Wagyu Bowl (Premium Australian Marbled Wagyu Steak with 63° egg and Yuzu Koshu on Japanese Akitakomachi rice); Toro Bowl (Air flown Japanese toro from Toyosu Fish Market in Tokyo, glazed with nikiri sauce and toro tartare on Japanese Akitakomachi rice); as well as The Calia Ultimate Bowl (Uni, wagyu, French foie gras, ikura, and 63° egg on Japanese Akitakomachi rice).
In addition to dining in, Calia also has a retail store—featuring products such as Australian macadamias, Italian truffle oil, and fine bone china tea sets.
Opening Hours: 10am - 10pm
Contact: [email protected]
5. Atelier Binchotan, Taman Desa
With the binchotan charcoal the core of its culinary philosophy, Atelier Binchotan is a restaurant with a Barbecue Bistronomy concept. Patrons will be seated at a communal concrete seating area with an open kitchen. Go for the Angus beef ribeye, New Zealand lamb rack, Sabahan white clams, Malaysian kampung chicken, and Spanish iberico pork ribs among others.
Address: 28, Jalan 2/109E, Desa Business Centre,
Opening Hours: 12pm - 2.30pm; 6pm - 8pm
Contact: 017 788 9096
6. TGT In Life, Petaling Jaya
The new cafe—operated by the team behind The Roast Things Coffee Roasters—specialises in coffee, wine, and food. The menu consists of options such as Fried Chicken Waffle, Pan Fried Salmon, Stuffed Cheese Chicken Meatball, Tempeh and Mushroom Herb Rice, as well as Quinoa Cauliflower Salad.
Don't forget to try the Figs and Chocolate Waffle, as well as Poached Pear Yoghurt Cream Waffle.
Address: P-G, 6, Tropicana Avenue, Petaling Jaya
Opening Hours: 9am - 10pm (Monday - Saturday)
Contact: 012 538 9052
7. Flour, Bukit Bintang
Specialising in North Indian cuisine, expect bursting flavours and aroma from Flour. Although Flour—opened by Natasha Ng and Yogesh Upadhyay—isn't exactly a newcomer to the dining scene in Kuala Lumpur, this is their new location after closing in Damansara Heights.
Try the chicken leg with pumpkin sauce, lamb chops with mint sauce, escargots with coriander sauce, as well as the lentil-and-fennel-packed bittergourd among other options.
Address: 12, Jalan Kamuning, Off Jalan Imbi, Bukit Bintang
Opening Hours: 11am - 2.30pm; 6pm - 10pm
Contact: 012 960 0053
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