Can’t decide what to eat when you’re done with work? Having problems with choosing a special venue for a special occasion? Then you have found the right article to help you! The restaurants in this article are meant for dinners. Because during working hours you won’t be allowed to have a fancy meal, especially in KL as the choice for it will be narrowed to the nearby restaurants. The kuala lumpur restaurants where you can enjoy some of the best dining in kl. This article will help you choose the right location for your fine dining in kl. And besides, the dinner has to be something to complement your long workday, right?
Dining in the dark
Dining in the dark? Yes, dining in the dark. A great opportunity to test your tastebuds as you can’t see what you will be eating. Normally you eat by using your three senses, namely tasting, looking and smelling, but without your sight, are you still able to guess what kind of food it is?
The concept of this restaurant is a very unique concept whereas you can’t use your sight, you will be needed to trust on your other senses and a little bit of imagination. You won’t even find the menu on their website, so you will really be surprised by what you are going to experience there. Definitely a once in a lifetime experience, especially in Kuala Lumpur.
Ishin Japanese Dining
Although the Japanese cuisine is really growing in a lot of countries, it is recommended to try some authentic Japanese cuisine to experience the ‘real’ authentic feeling. In this restaurant they make use of a special storage with a temperature of 60 degrees below zero. You will notice that the food will be different than your local Japanese restaurant, so the products will keep their freshness and quality.
Din Tai Fung
Always fancied to eat at a restaurant with at least one Michelin Star? Then you should definitely try Din Tai Fung! The Taiwanese restaurant had won and had been nominated for various prizes and is famous of its ‘xiao long bao’ which are mini buns with a filling. Besides the buns, they have a big variety of other Taiwanese food such as noodles, side dishes with your rice and steamed dumplings of course.
Although the experience in Kuala Lumpur will be a bit different than their first restaurant in Hong Kong, the experience itself won’t be something you will regret. The interior looks very authentic with old chinese teapots in the one in Subang Jaya and there are five other restaurants located in Kuala Lumpur.
Preferring something more western instead of asian cuisine? Then you should definitely try El Cerdo! They have different kinds of dishes such as appetisers, tapas, paella, pastas and also their house special ribs. They also have a lot of promotions, so I would suggest to have a look on their page to see what kind of promotions they have.
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