Raya has come and gone, but the celebration continues.If you are already pretty bored of the lemangs and satay by now, here are 5 places you should visit to try something different but with the same gastronomical pleasure.
The food served here is predominantly Thai and Indonesian dishes, with some Vietnamese and Malaysian take. They have an extensive menu which covers all the bases in terms of taste buds as well as portions. As previously mentioned, The Majapahit offers a local twist on tapas called “sea-pas” which is also clever idea for bigger group dining. Apart from that, Majapahit is the place to host your Raya feasts because the restaurant is spacious enough to hold up to 200 people at once.
Lot No. G8, G9 & G10,
Ground Level, Arcoris Mont Kiara,
No. 10, Jalan Kiara, Mont’ Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.
Sunday – Thursday :12:00pm till 12:30am
Friday & Saturday: 12:00pm till 1:30 am
Tel: 03-6411 7097/ 016-226 1878
Malabar Palace specializes in South Indian cuisine, particularly Kerala specialties like rich fish curries and parathas, which is a nice change from the regular Raya spread we are used to, without pushing the envelope so much. They offer North Indian dishes in the likes of kebabs and naans as well, so variety is there. The restaurant is big and perfect for huge gathering, with the decor to match the mood. The ambiance of the place is regal which makes a nice photo backdrop to commemorate a good time with friends and family. Our personal recommendation would be the crab soup, which is truly a soulful bowl of soup with big portions of crab meat. Definite winner as a starter.
Real Food cafe at 1 Mont Kiara is first of its kind as a lifestyle, meat-free restaurant which emphasizes on clean, fresh and “recognizable” ingredients, without compromising on taste or quality. Though not a restaurant for everyone, Real Food features an array of organic, meat-free and freshest ingredients for their dishes on the menu that are scrumptious. They are also child-friendly as they have a designated play area for children. On top of that, they cater to different restricted diets including vegetarian, vegan, wheat/gluten free, garlic/onion-free or sugar-free without compromising in the taste or quality. Perhaps an option for a healthy post-Raya detox? You won’t regret it.
No.1, Jalan Kiara, Mont Kiara
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Monday – Sunday, 10 am to 10 pm
Two Sons Bistro is a favourite in the area because they hit the spot with their tantalizing clams and mussels broths which gets the crowd wanting for more. They serve a pot of mussels and clams that comes in 16 different flavourful broths, complemented with a portion of toasted garlic bread or potato wedges. You are guaranteed to go home stuffed to the rims with delectable dishes and the mains are also highly recommended. Check this post as our writer sums up her food coma perfectly at Two Sons Bistro. As a friendly reminder, do call in for reservations to avoid disappointments.
Two Sons Bistro
A4-G2-08, 1, Jalan Dutamas 1, Solaris Dutamas, 50480
(below Red Bean Bag)
Mon-Thu 10:30 am to 10:30 pm
Fri 10:30am to 11:30pm
Sat 9:30am to 11:30pm
Sun 9:30am to 10:30pm
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After a full month of fasting, and few days of heavy setters of buffets and feast, why don’t you revisit your love for pizza at Fahrenheit 600 Cafe and Restaurant? We love an all-day breakfast here, and Fahrenheit serves that and amazing artisanal slices which are highly recommended too. Another winner for moderate group dining, Fahrenheit 600 is a must visit especially when you’re back from your long Eid break for some good ol’ dough and a good time!
Fahrenheit 600 Cafe & Restaurant
A4-G2-05, Publika, Solaris Dutamas, Jalan Dutamas 1, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-620 6317
Operating hours: 10.00 AM -11.00 PM daily (closed on Tuesdays)