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5 new restaurants and cafes in KL to check out this June 2018

It is great to have a café or coffee joint in your neighbourhood. Just a stone’s throw away, you can simply walk to the nearest eatery for a quick fix. Better still; the owners and regulars know you by name. Picture your mornings, infused with positive energy and a great camaraderie of good company as well as good food.

And talking about comfort food, everyday is #cheatday. From a thick, creamy café latte to tender, pink-in-the-centre beef steak, it is very hard to resist the allure of honest food. This month, we are also treated with so many Ramadhan bazaars and buffets; with a plethora of savoury dishes and sweets to choose from. Some smaller cafes are also offering great Iftar meals as well.

For those who have yet to visit a Ramadhan bazaar, it is time to head to the one in TTDI for the best array of food items – whichever tickles your fancy. And if you prefer someplace new for a change, we hunt down some new and hidden hotspots in different neighbourhoods around the city for you to try in June.

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Khatulistiwah is one of latest additions to the Melawati neighbourhood. Branding itself as a local coffee roaster with a tagline boasting: “Roasted by Malaysians for Malaysians”, the unique coffee blends produced are named after tropical birds synonymous to the local landscape including Murai Batu, Pekaka Api and Tiong Mas. Aside from its deliciously smooth caffeine-packed daily fix, customers can also enjoy a plethora of local kuih, mille crepe cake as well as the salted egg croissants.

Khatulistiwah, 11, Jalan Bandar, Taman Melawati, 53100 Kuala Lumpur, +603-4161 7863

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In a new beautifully designed space by award-winning Shanghai-based design firm Neri & Hu, Entier is a ‘fun twist’ to the conventional French-style fine dining. The main menu features a delectable repertoire of authentic French fare featuring fresh seasonal ingredients and produce. With a focus on one main protein or produce; like Ox Tail, Lobster and Chocolate, Entier is a place where family and friends can enjoy authentic French cuisine with a local Asian touch.

Entier, Level 41 Alila Bangsar, No 58, Jalan Ang Seng, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, +6016-263 0596

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Bringing heart and warmth into a small neighbourhood in Melawati is the crew behind Mikro, a quaint café that serves food that comforts the soul. With a quasi-Mediterranean inspired menu, expect explosive flavours from spices and fresh herbs. Coffee lovers would also be pleased with a good serving of the good ol’ Café Latte at its best – aromatic and smooth.

Mikro, 320, Jalan Bandar Melawati, Melawati Square, Pusat Bandar Melawati, Taman Melawati, 53100 Kuala Lumpur, +603-4162 5687

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Mān Mān Café & Bistro

Fried chicken can never go wrong when it comes to food. Mān Mān Café is a great place to hang out with friends and family, enjoying good unpretentious grub including its signature fried chicken on toast, burgers, pasta and other western favourites. The interiors are also photogenic with a clean slate throughout the space; dressed with a huge burger mural and dotted all over with succulents and plants.

Mān Mān Café & Bistro, No 27-G, Ground Floor, Jalan 5/62A, Bandar Menjalara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur, +603-6263 1773

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Atlas Pizzeria

The new pizzeria sits comfortably on the lower ground floor of the newly opened Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur Shoppes. Enjoy freshly baked traditional Italian hand-tossed pizzas with some of the most cracking toppings and ingredients that are sourced from all over the world. From Italian pecorino (aged goat’s cheese) and Turkey’s juiciest figs to our very own bunga kantan (ginger torch), the classic pizzas will be reimagined in a creative fashion.

Atlas Pizzeria, B1-02, Shoppes at Four Seasons Place, 145, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur

5 new restaurants and cafes in KL to check out this June 2018

Martin Teo


Martin has a bent for history and food culture, especially of the Peranakan heritage. Since the pandemic, he finds joy in plant parenting and continues to expand his collection of Philodendrons, Anthuriums, and Syngoniums. On his free time, he finds time scouring through the latest cafes in search for the best croissant in the city.


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