Multiple Cuisine Restaurants in Singapore

If you like the idea of being spoiled for choice, then these multiple cuisine restaurants will not disappoint you!

1. Marche

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Experience healthy indulgences cooked right before your eyes!

Visit our restaurants conveniently located at rest stops, airports and in city centres. Marché® stands for healthy nutrition and offers food that is cooked right before your eyes. Experience our tasty food with all your senses. Feel, hear, see, smell and taste our radical freshness and the high quality of our dishes. We cook with seasonal products from the region and are committed to offering products which are free of preservatives, artificial colours and flavour enhancers.

- Marche Restaurants

Make a reservation for Marche at 313 Somerset | Vivocity

2. MEDZS

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Fans of our MEDZS Simply Mediterranean restaurant at Orchard Central can now look forward to enjoying a slice of the same Mediterranean paradise in the heart of the business district. Come April 2012, we will be opening a second 6,000 sq ft outlet at the ground floor of Millenia Walk, facing Raffles Boulevard. Helmed by our Executive Chef Anesrif El Mustapha, this new outlet will continue to offer affordable, authentic and high quality Mediterranean fare from Spain, Morocco, France, Turkey and Greece − all under one roof.

The new MEDZS will have the same open-kitchen concept and customers will enjoy the same electronic card system, which gives them the convenience of paying only at the end of the meal. This outlet also features the 5% Bar, which offers an unrivalled range of international and craft beers. This time, the bar’s highlight is its al-fresco location just outside the restaurant that makes it a perfect watering hole for those wanting to wind down after a long day’s work.

- MEDZS

Make a reservation for MEDZS at: Orchard Central | Millenia Walk

3. Buffet Town

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It is the ultimate international buffet in town! Buffet Town is now open in the heart of Singapore at Raffles City Shopping Centre. Bringing more than 300 buffet items over 29 item categories, Buffet Town is the newest buffet destination in town for everyone to experience the joy of eating without boundaries.

Having a seating capacity of 450, diners do not have to wait too long to relish in our finest food. Once in, you can expect unlimited portions of succulent seafood, chilled prawns and mussels, big and juicy freshly shucked oysters, fresh sashimi, local delights and a lot more Hotel Quality Food but at a Fraction of the Price!

- Buffet Town

Make a reservation for Buffet Town at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/buffet-town

Top 5 Best International Buffet in Singapore

1. Carousel

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An innovative culinary concept that promises to delight your taste buds and pamper your other senses, the new Carousel serves cuisines that span the globe.

From Mediterranean, Asian, Japanese fare, a lavish seafood spread, an impressive French Rotisserie, and three dazzling dessert stations, the wide array of delectable cuisines will leave the diners spoilt for choice.

Lunch – Daily from 12pm to 2pm
Weekdays (Mon to Fri) – $46++
Weekends (Sat, Sun and PH) – $50++

Dinner – Daily from 6.30pm to 10.30pm
Weekdays (Sun to Thurs) – $62++
Weekends (Fri, Sat and eve of PH) – $75++

- Carousel

Make a reservation for Carousel at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/carousel

2. Rise

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Located in our spectacular Hotel lobby at the heart of the action, RISE offers an international smorgasbord of culinary delights. It blends the best that Singapore and Asian Pacific has to offer with decidedly European and American influences. With such lavish buffet-style dining, this vibrant dining hub is sure to please all tastes.

Lunch – Daily from 12pm to 2.30pm
($48++/adult, $24++/*child)

Dinner – Daily from 6.30pm to 10.30pm
($68++/adult, $38++/*child)

*No charge for children under five

- Marina Bay Sands

Make a reservation for Rise at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/rise

3. Melt ~ The World Cafe

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Our all-day restaurant offers an imaginative dining experience showcasing chefs at work in show kitchens to provide a multi-cultural culinary feast.

Designed using natural, textured materials including stone, wood, leather and glass, MELT has a stylish, cosmopolitan feel. A large show bar with a mirrored counter stands in the centre of the restaurant creating a focal point for diners, while giant baskets of fruit bring bursts of colour to the dining space.

With both a la carte and buffet options, not to mention the diversity of cuisines on offer, MELT, offers a truly unique dining experience.

Lunch – From 12pm to 2.30pm
Mon to Sat – $68++

Dinner – Daily from 6.30pm to 10pm
Sun to Wed – $78++
Thurs to Sat – $88++

Brunch – Sunday from 12pm to 3pm
($158++ with free flow Veuve Clicquot brut NV champagne)

- Mandarin Oriental

Make a reservation for Melt ~ The World Cafe at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/melt-the-world-cafe

4. The Line

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Modern surroundings designed by Adam Tihany and stylish bites from our enthusiastic chefs, make this all-day dining restaurant the place to be.

International cuisine is featured at 16 theatre kitchens, while the bar offers a large selection of premium wines, juices and smoothies. After eight years, The Line remains as one of Singapore’s favourite destinations for buffet lunch and dinner.

Lunch – From 12pm to 2.30pm (to 3pm every Sat)
Mon to Fri – $49++/adult, $26++ /child
Sat – $55++/adult, $26++/child

Dinner – Daily (except Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat) from 6pm to 10.30pm
Mon, Wed, Sun – $72++/adult, $36++/child
Fri & Sat – $78++/adult, $36++/child

Marine Harvest – From 6pm to 10.30pm
Tues & Thurs – $92/adult, $44++/child

- Shangri-La Group

Make a reservation for The Line at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/the-line

5. Marriott Cafe

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Indulge in the freshest International buffet spread at Marriott Cafe, where our chefs take centre-stage to whip up a perfect culinary storm for you à la minute upon request, bringing the “Freshness Redefined” concept to live.

Find the freshest selection of oysters, snow crabs, crayfish and prawns at the Seafood Station, before indulging in authentic Tianjin delicacies including live pulled noodles and renowned local dishes such as Chili Crab at the Asian line-up. Visit the upgraded hot buffet section for an extensive array of premium meat dishes such as Crispy Pork Saddle with Pancetta Prune and Mixed HerbsSlow Roasted Prime Ribs and other roasted delights cooked to perfection at the Beech Oven. For those with a sweet tooth, our signature desserts that include the Sticky Date Puddingmake for pure palate pleasers after a satisfying meal.

Newly refurbished in 2012, Marriott Cafe also features a large salad bar set against a green wall creatively decorated with live plants. You can now create your favourite salad from over 15 varieties of salad leaves market-style, with over 20 condiments to take your pick from.

Lunch – Daily from 12pm to 2.30pm
Mon to Sat – $50++/adult, $25++ /child
Sun – $55++/adult, $30++/child

Dinner – Daily from 6.30pm to 10pm
Sun to Thurs – $65++/adult, $30++/child
Fri & Sat – $75++/adult, $32++/child

- Marriott Hotel

Make a reservation for Marriott Cafe at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/marriott-cafe

Best Dim Sum Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur

1. Lai Ching Yuen

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One of the highlights at Lai Ching Yuen is the daily dim sum made live in the open kitchen led by chef Thye Yoon Kong. Here you can see exactly how the dim sum is put together and it’s cooked fresh to order. His specialities include crab meat dumplings with superior broth topped with shark’s fin and steamed buns with sliced clams. The fun at Lai Ching Yuen is in watching chef Kong deftly prepare the dim sum before it makes its way over to your table.

- my.lifestyleasia.com

Make a reservation for Lai Ching Yuen at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/lai-ching-yuen-chinese-restaurant

2. Tai Zi Heen

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The delectable little bites here are a treat for the weekend. Tai Zi Heen offers an all-you-can-eat dim sum brunch that is available on Saturdays, Sunday and public holidays from 11:30am – 2:39pm. Dim sum master chef Chong and his culinary team have created a large variety of treats. The menu includes a wide selection of steamed, pan-fried, deep-fried, and baked dim sum along with rice rolls, congee, noodles, vegetables, and dessert.

- my.lifestyleasia.com

Make a reservation for Tai Zi Heen at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/tai-zi-heen-chinese-restaurant

3. Li Yen

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Of the many awards it has managed to tuck under its belt, Li Yen‘s most notable achievement is the Five Star Diamond Award for consecutive years. With its beautiful setting combined with the taste and aroma of delicious Cantonese cuisine, this spot is a favourite among KL dim sum connoisseurs. Innovative is the word that comes to mind with their dim sum selections. They recently had a promotion for tea-infused dim sum with creations such as a chrysanthemum bean curd puff or a longing sesame sandwich with shrimp dumpling. Dim sum here is served from 12pm – 2:30pm from Monday to Saturday and 10:30am – 2:30pm on Sundays and public holidays.

- my.lifestyleasia.com

Make a reservation for Li Yen at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/li-yen

4. Chynna

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Step in to Chynna for a yummy KL dim sum experience. The draw here is the all-you-can-eat buffet which features a large selection of dim sum. Some of the favourites here are the honey-glazed fluffy barbecued chicken buns, the savoury garlic fish balls, pan-fried turnip cakes with sun-dried shrimp, and the shrimp dumplings with a lime mayonnaise. There are two set menus to choose from, set one is priced at RM 55++ per person and comes with a braised eight treasure seafood soup, a selection of dim sum, and dessert. Set two offers a Shanghai style braised shark’s fin soup, selected dim sum and dessert and this is priced at RM 88++ per person. This is available on weekends from 11am – 2:30pm.

- my.lifestyleasia.com

Make a reservation for Chynna at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/chynna

Best Italian Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur

1. il Lido

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Not so long ago, it was fiendishly difficult to scratch one’s itch for good Italian chow in KL. Happily however, the roulette wheel of food trends has once again landed on the Italian food card and it’s now easier to score some top-notch food from Fellini’s country. The latest to join the growing roster is il Lido, and it could well be the heir to the throne, not least because it has all the trademarks of a restaurant that knows where its priorities lie. From the deliberately restrained setting and Starck – pun fully intended– simplicity of the furniture, everything is geared towards showcasing the star of the show, and like any true icon, she does not disappoint.

From the Sardinian suckling pig – as exquisite to savour as it is tortuous to prepare (several hours’ confit time, chilling, pressing, grilling and roasting are just a few of the many steps said piggy undergoes before it winds up on your pristine white plate) – to the capellini with sea urchin and buffalo milk ricotta (a virtuoso symphony of textures and a master class in subtlety, however, at the time of print, the restaurant has modified the dish slightly to become spaghetti with sea urchin), this is Italian food at its finest. Despite the guilt that tugged at my conscience, I had to try the panfried goose liver with a sweet potato galette and saba wine must. The liver was superb, with just the right amount of crisp and a silken centre that almost assuaged my hypocrisy.

- Time Out KL

Make a reservation for il Lido at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/il-lido

2. Garibaldi

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Starters are fairly impressive. The homemade tagliolini with braised duck ragu, duck liver sage and pumpkin reminded me once again that nothing beats freshly made pasta, while the inspired marriage of ingredients made the sauce a superb companion. The other signature special is the fegata with roasted goose liver, caramelised apples and balsamic vinegar. It’s a tasty – if not especially memorable – starter.

The main course section is where it all begins to unravel. The scaloppini had the texture of an old man’s ear lobes while the purported signature osso bucco smelt bad but tasted far worse. It’s a shame to have to write this as in many other respects, like the uniformly excellent desserts (the pannacotta is a standout exercise in quiveringly acquiescent perfection), Garibaldi – upstairs at least – has so much going for it. I hope that even as I write this, Garibaldi is working out the kinks and is well on its way towards taking its rightful place as one of the more esteemed eateries in Kuala Lumpur. As a Bangsarite, I have more than a vested interest in its success.

- Time Out KL

Make a reservation for Garibaldi at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/garibaldi-italian-restaurant-bar–2

3. La Risata

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Stride past the al-fresco terrace into the spacious, skylight-illuminated courtyard and look up: you’ll see a wine cellar brimming with vino from the Old and New World. An antique chandelier ornates the centre space and draws your attention to the earthy bricked walls and wood-heavy décor surrounding it. The ‘loft-style’ lounge area – replete with retro-furnished sofas and window panels – is eye-catching but endearingly unostentatious.

Since La Risata aims for something more down-to-earth instead of fine-dining fanfare, food is served in a rough-handed yet appetising manner. Their crispy Pizza Bresaola e Rucola has casual scatterings of air-dried beef, rocket salad and parmesan shavings while the deep-fried Mozzarella in Carrozza (a sandwich with cheese and anchovies) is garnished with sprinkles of parsley on top. Food presentation is that simple but it appeals to diners who wish to get away from the sophisticated Italian fare.

- Time Out KL

Make a reservation for La Risata at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/la-risata

4. Neroteca

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A recent meal got off to a shaky start when a request for a negroni, a whalloppacking Italian aperitivo-hour staple made with gin, Campari, and vermouth resulted instead in a mix of orange juice and barely a whisper of liquor, but the restaurant quickly redeemed itself with the tagliera Neroteca. The cold plate, consisting of rippling waves of thinly sliced imported salumi (including three types of salami, two types of ham, and mortadella), easily satisfied four as a starter even though the menu suggested two to share. One needn’t eschew meat to appreciate the Vegetariano, a slab of smoked scamorza cheese, oozy from a turn under the grill, surrounded by tasty bits and bobs from Neroteca’s antipasti case.

In Italy, one often does better to stick with the pasta course and give secondi, or mains, a miss. While some of Neroteca’s secondi shine — mussels, when available, are cooked simply with white wine and tomatoes and served with plenty of sauce to be sopped up with the restaurant’s excellent bread, and the grilled fish of the day is doused with wonderfully peppery olive oil — it’s the restaurant’s pasta dishes that are likely to prompt a return visit. Rustic orriechette Pugliese, for instance, boasts a brilliant pairing of garlicky sausage with lightly bitter broccoli, while fusilli de la casa, gorgonzola-robed ‘corkscrews’ dotted with bits of tomato and zippy chilli salami, is pure comfort food.

- Time Out KL

Make a reservation for Neroteca at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/neroteca

5. Ciccio

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With branches and trees blocking your entrance and simple, unsophisticated décor, you could be forgiven for thinking Ciccio is a basic, no frills restaurant. I’m honest enough to admit those factors put me off eating there in favour of Nerovivo for a while. However, there is nothing basic about a menu that details a dozen types of bruschetta (crisp, fresh and pleasant, if a little soft on the base), soups, salads, and myriad main courses of sometimes outrageous individuality. Braised lamb shank with mint couscous may not sound that Italian but the execution works. And vodka in the fettucine al salmone is another new one on me, but there can be no complaints over the dish served; right up there, as it is, with the best in the city.

- Time Out KL

Make a reservation for Ciccio at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/ciccio

CRONUTS!! Cronut in Singapore and Malaysia!

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What is a Cronut™?

Described by many as a half croissant, half doughnut — this pastry hybrid by Chef Dominique Ansel is taking the world by storm. After its launch on May 10, 2013, Cronut fans spanned the world from Berlin to Singapore, making it the most viral dessert item to date.

- Cronut 101, Dominique Ansel Bakery

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The introduction of the Cronut™ has spawned many copycats all around the world. To consumers who are not able to try the original cronut from New York City, fret not – your local bakeries may be trying to re-create the same thing! If you stay in Singapore or Malaysia, you’re in luck as we are telling you where to find them in your very own hometowns!

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In Singapore, we have:

The Crodo by Da Paolo Gastronomia , may appear like a donut, is made from croissant dough which is deep-fried then cream filled and finished with a sweet glaze. Donut fans can now enjoy a donut with the luscious texture of a croissant while Croissant lovers can enjoy the same light fluffy delicate layers of the Croissant paired adventurously with the sweet fried sugared delights of the Donut.

- TheDiningTable.sg

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In Malaysia:

These babies will be available from the 3rd to 30th July at Delectable by Su (LG, The Gardens Mall). Priced at RM10 each, there are currently three flavours available: the Caramel Praline, Coconut Kaya and Lemon Strawberry. Baked goods and locally inspired flavours, yum!

The Big Group are now offering their ‘KLonuts’ at Dessert Storm, their latest pop-up dessert bar in Ben’s Independent Grocer (Publika). There are four flavours: signature Peanut Butter and Caramel, Lemon Curd and Meringue, Cheesecake and Chocolate. These flaky treats will be available from Tuesdays to Sundays, between 4pm – 10pm!

- VenusBuzz

Enjoy!

Make your restaurant reservations in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur with us at www.kaimen.asia! :)

German Restaurants in Singapore

Thinking of where to go for your next German fix? Kaimen recommends you some of the best German restaurants in Singapore!

1. Paulaner Brauhaus

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The style of cuisine is typically Bavarian, of course. The menu contains Munich specialties (PAULANER Classics) as well as popular international dishes and food trends. To the surprise and delight of guests, dishes such as hog roast and knuckle of pork are served in cast iron pans and Bavarian snacks are presented on wooden boards.

In order to be able to offer our guests continuous, proven quality, identical recipes are used in all brewhouses and applied according to Bavarian standards. The recipes for sausages, for example, are constantly refined in Munich: in accordance with Bavarian traditions and tastes, imported for you directly in unadulterated form.

The Paulaner brewmaster guarantees the quality of all on-site brewed beers.

Paulaner Brauhaus Consult GMBH

You can make a reservation for Paulaner Brauhaus at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/paulaner-brauhaus

2. Magma German Wine Bistro

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Magma provides you with an authentic touch of Germany: German cuisine, wine, beer and other drinks and German music and culture. Our cuisine offers a broad range of regional German dishes. Beside the familiar pork knuckles and sausages there are many unknown, but delicious dishes and exquisite desserts. Do not hesitate to ask, if you cannot find your favorite on the menu. The well experienced German Chefs have an open ear for your wishes!

Our wines come from all 13 wine regions of Germany. We provide you with the best of each region and represent 30 wineries almost exclusively in Asia. Beside the famous Riesling (more than 100 labels) we offer the best selection of German wines outside of Germany and keep on stock more than 250 labels in more than 30 red and white wine varieties.

The red and the white interior of Magma Bistro stands for the colors of the wine, but is also a contribution to Singapore. If you are unsure where to start your exploration of German wines, please ask for our advice. We will try to help you to find the right wine for your personal taste. Also, we frequently offer wine tasting where you can learn about the grape varieties, the wine regions and the wineries. If you are not a wine lover (yet), we also offer a choice of German beers, organic juice, excellent coffee and tea and other beverages.

- Magma Trade + Consult

You can make a reservation for Magma Wine Bistro at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/magma

3. Brotzeit

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Opened in 2006, Brotzeit® is a German Bier Bar and Restaurant offering authentic Bavarian cuisine in a contemporary yet chic setting. Using wood elements on our benches and tables, our corporate stores in Singapore has set a new look of the new Germany, providing a comfortable and warm interpretation to ensure our customers’ experience is consistent throughout our 4 outlets. Be it if you are at VivoCity seated al fresco by the seaside, at Raffles City across the famous Raffles Hotel or at 313@Somerset enjoying the inviting bier garden in the heart of Orchard Road and the latest outlet located at The Star Vista, latest entertainment and retail  centre, next to the Buona Vista MRT interchange. You will be sure to enjoy the Brotzeit® experience.

To maintain our uniqueness, every outlet boasts one of a kind graphic wall mural that is distinctive from one another, giving a fresh outlook that is unmistakably Brotzeit® and to offer our customers a friendly yet relaxed atmosphere wherever they go.

- Brotzeit International

You can make a reservation for Brotzeit at: Somerset, Raffles City, Vivocity

4. Haxenhaus Restaurant

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Haxenhaus is a new German beer hall and restaurant that diners offer a complete Bavarian experience in a convivial setting, which the Germans like to refer to as the “Bayerische Gemütlichkeit” atmosphere. We will be able to offer a unique experience for those who are looking for genuine and affordable Bavarian cuisine, great beers and a fun and lively atmosphere.

- Esmirada Group

You can make a reservation for Haxenhaus Restaurant at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/haxenhaus-restaurant-singapore

5. Werner’s Oven

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It all began in 1988 – Werner & Nancy Hochbaum started up a little German Bakery “Werner’s Oven” on the ground floor of Parkway Builder’s Centre. 3 years later, Werner’s moved to a bigger location at Simpang Bedok with an additional Cafe selling their now famous German Sausages and Ox-Tail Stew. Now at its current location @ 6 Upper East Coast Road for almost 9 years,the present location boasts an even bigger Bakery and Restaurant capacity that was newly renovated in May 2006.

A German Restaurant as well as a Traditional Bakery, Werner’s Oven is a family business that combines great food and warm service for it’s customers. From freshly made German Bread & Pastries to Cakes, home-made Sausages, Crispy Pork Knuckle, German Beer & Wine.

Come savour it all @ reasonable prices and no service charge!

- Werner’s Oven

You can make a reservation for Werner’s Oven at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/werner-s-oven

Top 10 Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur

1. Celestial Court

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Celestial Court’s grand pagoda façade invites you to indulge in the most delectable Chinese cuisine, presented by Chinese Chef Ho Boon, who has re-imagined classic dishes and favorites for sophisticated modern diners.

- Starwood Preferred Guest

You can make a reservation for Celestial Court Restaurant at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/celestial-court

2. Enak

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Enak is another upscale Malay eatery, this one in the very posh Starhill Gallery.

Diners can try home-style Malay dishes, many based on recipes handed down through the generations in owner Sherena Razaly’s family.

The presentation may be modern, but the flavors are all traditional in signatures such as sambal tumis udang (fried chilli prawns) and ayam goreng lengkuas (fried chicken with blue ginger).

- CNN Travel

You can make a reservation for Enak at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/enak-kl

3. Bijan

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At Bijan restaurant, we are innovating ways of enjoying Malay food, introducing accompanying wine to enhance flavours and ways of preparing local delicacies in a fine balance of old and new. Our dishes are a mix of recipes handed down over the generations and innovations of the real thing, to produce forgotten favourites and delicious new flavours and textures.

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

You can make a reservation for Bijan at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/bijan

4. Kampachi

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For 40 years, the award-winning Kampachi has been acknowledged to be Kuala Lumpur’s leading Japanese restaurant. We serve the finest air-flown sashimi from the famed Tsukiji market in Tokyo. Our Ginza-trained master chefs are also very passionate about each plate they serve to ensure guests get a taste of an absolutely authentic dining experience.

Our culinary journey has been humbly graced by the presence of royalty, heads of state and celebrities and it remains today, a favourite dining destination of many. Since our initial store opening at Hotel Equatorial Kuala Lumpur, Kampachi has added additional locations in various Hotel Equatorial locations, The Troika KLCC, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Johor Premium Outlets and Plaza@Jaya33.

- Kampachi by Equatorial

You can make a reservation for Kampachi Pavilion at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/kampachi-pavilion

5. Garibaldi Italian Restaurant and Bar

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Garibaldi is one of Singapore’s most popular and respected Italian restaurant landmarks and now it has arrived in Malaysia.

Located in Bangsar Village, Garibaldi provides a fine example of a stylish Italian eatery –modern, elegant yet friendly and dynamic. The contemporary and hip atmosphere has helped to make “Garibaldi” a classic Malaysia social gathering place.

Distinguished for its fascinating character and strong identity, the atmosphere in the main dining area is always stylish without being stuffy.

The enticing menu emphasizes authentic Italian cuisine prepared with the best ingredients imported directly from Italy.

The elegant bar offers a great selection of wines by the glass and excellent cocktails; it is the perfect setting for social gatherings and events.

The success of Garibaldi is based on serving well-prepared Italian food, executed with explicitness and taste and served with flair, care and attention.

- Garibaldi

You can make a reservation for Garibaldi at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/garibaldi-italian-restaurant-bar–2

6. PRIME Steak Restaurant

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PRIME prides itself in serving only the finest imported beef, complemented with exquisite wine selections. Imaginative interior design with secluded sections enables diners the chance to see and be seen, or to be discreetly seated away from the crowd. PRIME also offers an innovative ‘private dining room with a view’ which seats 10, offering diners an up close and personal view of the kitchen activities.

A large built to order show kitchen, fronted with a solid glass wall, provides diners with a visual experience of all aspects of the food preparation. The grill used for preparing steaks is supplemented by a flaming rotisserie, and PRIME is the only restaurant in town that offers guests the choice of having their steaks grilled on either imported charcoal or on lava stone.

The extensive menu features a large variety of steaks in different cuts. Australian and Japanese beef are featured, with the famous Wagyu beef guaranteed to provide the tenderest of steaks. PRIME also features Black Angus 200 days grain-fed steaks and Australian 120 and 80 day aged steaks. The restaurant also features premium beef from US.

A highly experienced team of female servers and male kitchen professionals has been assembled to ensure that product and service delivery is truly First Class. Coupled with soft Jazz Music throughout, this really will deliver “Prime Grill, Prime Wine, Prime Time” for PRIME’s guests, ensuring their return for more.

- PRIME

You can make a reservation for PRIME at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/prime-steak-restaurant

7. Hakka Republic Wine Bar and Bistro

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Hakka Republic, KL’s hottest and latest fine dining restaurant & wine bar – expect the best here. Plan your next event here, be it a product launch or a cocktail evening with your customers and friends. We are different and we assure you a memorable evening.

- Hakka Republic

You can make a reservation for Hakka Republic at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/hakka-republic-wine-bar-bistro

8. Li Yen at The Ritz Carlton

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Popular with the affluent crowd is Li Yen, which features dim sum lunches and authentic Cantonese cuisine served in a stylish and intimate oriental setting. Patrons dine to the serenade of traditional Yan Qing performances, while digging into signature dishes prepared by the restaurant’s award-winning chefs. Deep-fried silver fish with salt and pepper and baked spare ribs with Chinese tea leaves are just some of the musttry dishes at Li Yen.

- Time Out Kuala Lumpur

You can make a reservation for Li Yen at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/li-yen

9. Cilantro Restaurant and Wine Bar

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Probably the top fine dining restaurant in Kuala Lumpur. Chef Takashi Kimura dishes up sleek modern French cuisine laced with Japanese influences.

Think grain-fed lamb rack with houba miso and unagi paired with foie gras.

Purely French staples are given a deft contemporary twist, such as the steak tartar with a sunny quail’s yolk and wafer-thin parmesan crisp.

The degustation menu lets you sample his signatures for just 220 ringgit for three courses, a definite steal given the top quality of the cuisine.

- CNN Travel

You can make a reservation for Cilantro at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/cilantro-restaurant-wine-bar

10. Dining in the Dark

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A restaurant in total darkness. A completely new sensory experience. DINING in the DARK KL, the very first of such restaurant in Malaysia.

Thoughtfully designed and carefully prepared surprised menu fit for a fine dining—Starter, Main, Dessert—with varying flavours to give your palate a wonderful experience and your mind… an exciting challenge!

One may think it as a challenge, or simply a unique experience of learning and discovery. All you have to do is step in with an open heart (with some excitement of course) and, trust our expert guides to lead you through the whole dining experience.

- Dining in the Dark

You can make a reservation for Dining in the Dark at http://www.kaimen.asia/restaurants/dining-in-the-dark

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