1. Outpost Mont Kiara

Mont Kiara welcomes a new coffee spot powered by Outcast Coffee, crepe cakes and a small selection of savoury pastries – think shepherd’s pie and soon, bagel sandwiches. 

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We’re giving it bonus points for the outdoor area and its bright, cosy interior – and a thumbs-up for the almost 100 per cent natural lighting. 

Address: Shoplex Mont Kiara 

Opening hours:  

Monday to Thursday, 8am to 7pm 

Weekends, 10am to10pm

 

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2. Anther & Stigma Floral Cafe

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One thing's for sure though – Plaza Arkadia is fast becoming a foodies’ paradise. 

Being so new to the scene, the variety at Anther & Stigma isn’t vast, but it is enough to sate your appetite on your first visit, with options such as the salted gula melaka granola bowl, cakes, sandwiches and pasta. 

 
 

Messy Monday. See you on Sunday.

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Address: H-1-10, Plaza Arkadia @ Desa Park City 

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Opening  hours: 

Monday* to Thursday 8.30am to 6.30pm 

Friday to Sunday, Public Holidays, 9am to 10pm 

*Kitchen closes on Mondays 

Telephone: 03 6262 2818

Website

3. Drop KL

After 18 successful years in Hong Kong’s nightlife scene – even to the extent of attracting the likes of celebrities including Sting and Gwyneth Paltrow – Drop Hong Kong has extended its reach to Kuala Lumpur. 

A Modern American restaurant and lounge, you’re invited to eat and taste the contrasting flavours; drink and tantalise your spirit with handcrafted molecular cocktails; and ‘drop‘ your best dance moves at the exclusive private rooftop space with cool tunes and a vast view of the Royal Selangor Golf Club’s lush greenery. 

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Address: The Terraces @ TREC KL 

Opening hours: 5pm till late (closed on Sunday and Monday) 

Telephone: 03 2110 4343

Website

4. Bukku Cafe

It’s not newly opened, but it most certainly is quite a hidden gem (at the time of writing). 

From the front, it boasts a monochromatic façade. 

Enter through the doors and it’s a party of warm, wooden interiors. 

The food here is decent – try the salted egg croissants – but it's really the quiet, cosy ambience that will make you want to stay. 

 
 

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Address: Jalan Singgahsana 4A/KU5, Bandar Bukit Raja, 41050 Klang  

Opening hours: 8.30am to 11.30pm 

Telephone: 012 567 7392

5. Fincch Sushi Room

If we have to describe Fincch Sushi Room in one sentence, it's that it gets its ingredients from Tokyo’s huge Tsukiji Fish Market. 

Yet, really, every dish – sashimi indulgences aside – will make you salivate. 

Address: 134, Jalan Kasah, Medan Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur 

Opening hours: 11.30am to 2.30pm; 5.30pm to 11pm (closed on Sunday) 

Telephone: 03 2011 6611

Website

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