The culinary journey you can expect from an exotic country like Malaysia is exactly how you imagine it – you have the exotic and exciting tastes, you have the non-traditional receipts, you have plenty of fresh and quality products, you have the quirky yet delicious street food options, the fruit cocktails, the hearty and family-style meals prepared in small and family-owned eateries, you have the luxurious and heavenly restaurants too. The Malaysian culinary scene is offering everything and even above and beyond what you could ever imagine! Ranging from fine dining to street food, Malaysia provides you with plenty of choices and caters for all your desires and needs. Make sure to browse our page and find out more about the best places to eat in, when in Malaysia!
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Located a mere stone throw’s away from KLCC and Bukit Bintang, Bijan is the ultimate destination for fine Malay cuisine. It is an oasis where you can unwind with a cool glass of wine while the food remains deliciously and unmistakably Malay. Enjoy pre-dinner drinks on the terrace while sampling our delicate canapés. Bijan restaurant won Best Malay Restaurant in 2004, just a year after we opened. We can also be found in Malaysia Tatler’s Top 100 Restaurants, The Lonely Planet Guide to Malaysia, The Miele Guide to just name a few.
Savour the delicious dishes, beautiful surroundings, excellent service, and the warm atmosphere of Songket. It is the perfect place for a leisurely meal, a drink with friends, a party or a business meeting. For extra comfort and to please a large group of people we can cater for a company or personal functions by fully utilising the indoor area and the comfortable outdoor garden patio.
IPPUDO ramen is fuelled with innovation. With ramen of the highest quality, hospitable service with attention to detail and unique ambience, IPPUDO aims to create an exquisite and delightful ramen dining experience for its customers throughout the world. Kawahara was crowned Ramen King in 2005 and holds a place in the Ramen Hall of Fame after winning the championship 3 times consecutively between 1995-1998, on “TV Champion Ramen Chef,” a reputable Japanese television show produced by TV Tokyo.