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#BuroEats: 7 New cafes and restaurants in KL to visit for September 2020


By Ronn Tan

#BuroEats: 7 New cafes and restaurants in KL to visit for September 2020

FaSo Patisserie

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Check out this new patisserie for some rich viennoiseries. Options here include the likes of French Almond Sourdough Croissant, Cannele, Chocolate Citrus Brioche, Cream Cheese Brioche, Banana Chocolate Croissant, Coffee Choux, and Passion Lemon Petite Gateaux. FaSo Patisserie is helmed by Chef Frederic Moreau.

Address: D-G-07, Sunsuria Forum, Setia Alam

Contact: 019 4861 231

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The Swimming Cow

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Using sous vide cooking techniques, The Swimming Cow aims to bring a new and specialised dining experience. The modern restaurant offers dishes such as the Den Miso Glazed Brinjal with black truffle pâté, fried lotus root, and bonito flakes; Pan Seared Sous Vide Salmon with truffle mash, sauté asparagus, and garlic lemon butter sauce; sous vide chicken thigh roulade with turkey ham and cheddar cheese; as well as the signature sous vide style Australian Wagyu MB6-7.

Address: 29, Jalan SS20/11, Damansara Kim

Contact: 012 206 6599

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Pepo Pizza

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There’s a new pizza place in town and it goes by the name of Pepo Pizza. Come here for wood-fired indulgence with pizza options like Black Angus Bulgogi, Lamb Ragu, Quattro Formaggi, Magherita, and Spicy Chicken Kimchi. Pepo Pizza also serves a selection of pasta and other hearty mains.

Address: 5, Jalan 51a/225, Seksyen 51a, Petaling Jaya

Contact: 017 245 8035

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Loo Loo Casual Dining

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If you’re looking for a no-frills yet irresistible dining experience, you’d want to check out Loo Loo Casual Dining. Co-founded by Chef William Loo and Nicole Loo, the restaurant’s menu includes dishes such Australian grain-fed rib eye with green beans, spring onion aioli, and skin-on potatoes; charred miso butterfish with onion-infused dashi, bok choy, and crispy tofu; as well as steamed buns with hoisin-glazed smoked duck.

Address: B2-7, Block B, Plaza Damas 3, Sri Hartamas

Contact: 011 2729 7311

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G. by Forest Bean

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Relax and unwind over a cup of coffee while you munch on delectable desserts such as house-baked crunchy cream puffs and sundae brownies made with 70 per cent Belgian Callebaut chocolate. The establishment’s specialty also extends to its mains, such as Ayam Rendang Pizza, Kaisan Pizza, Crab Meat Pasta, Udon Asam Laksa and Wafuhamburger.

Address: Lot 1-9-1, Persiaran Anggerik Vanilla, Shah Alam

Contact: 019 322 0978

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Chicha San Chen

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Founded in 1998, one  of Taiwan’s most prominent specialty tea parlours has arrived in Kuala Lumpur (the first outlet in the country opened in Johor). The brand—with its own tea mountain, professional tea tasters, and tea roaster—has more than 200 outlets worldwide at the moment. Opt for the Osmanthus Oolong Tea, High Mountain Pouchong Tea, Cassia Black Tea, and Green Tea with Passion Fruit.

Address: Level 6, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Bukit Bintang

Contact: 011 5253 3000

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With a new location in Publika, Fin is ready to keep the spirit of healthy living alive through food and coffee. In addition to its Instagrammable design, Fin’s menu offers delights such as Sumo Salmon (Seared Salmon with Sushi Rice); Go-Gyu (Roast Beef with Sushi Rice); and Ginger Chicken Soba Noodles. You can also opt for smoothie bowls and salads here.

Address: 6, Block D3, Level G3, Publika, Solaris Dutamas

Contact: 012 780 0270

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For last month’s #BuroEats, click here.

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