Sikit Atas ( Restaurant & Bar @ Damansara Heights KL

Replacing the former location of Nerovivo Italian Restaurant, Sikit Atas (or Restaurant & Bar at Damansara Heights aims to become another noteworthy dining place in KL. Sikit Atas can be considered as an all-rounded restaurant, as the menu spans from Asian food, Western delights to Northern Indian cuisines, with certain dishes forming interesting merge of both to tickle diners’ tastebud.

Dim yellow lighting, cozy ambience, daily live band, Sikit Atas serves as an ideal hang out place for dinner after a long day at work. Superb for private events and corporate functions too, as the restaurant can accommodate more than 200 pax at one time, thanks to the spacious indoor and al-fresco area.

Chicky Pine RM18/regular, RM28/large

Do not leave Sikit Atas without trying their wood-fired gourmet pizza that calls for thin, crispy at the edge, chewy at the center pizza base. Top the pizza with your favourite selections, from basic pepperoni pizza, mozzarella margherita pizza; to more chunky chicken, turky ham and pineapple Chicky Pine pizza; or Sikit Atas Northern Indian flavours infused pizza, also the best seller- Chicken Tikka pizza that has onion sauce, chicken tikks & mozzarella as topping.

Prawn Curry Leaves Spaghetti RM29

Everyone says Sikit Atas Prawn Curry Leaves Spaghetti is good. Stamped and agreed. The pasta is presented in aglio-olio style, tossed in chilli, garlic and olive oil but what makes it so delicious is the additional curry leaves, delivering more flavours and lively aroma to the entire dish.

Lamb Varuval RM21

We put high expectation on Sikit Atas Northern Indian dish, and glad that it doesn’t disappoint us. Lamb Varuval is awesome, putting together fork tender marinated lamb in creamy, spicy herbs yoghurt gravy. Served with mesciun salad and your choice of bread or rice. We suggest to have with naan – cheese naan, garlic naan, mushroom & cheese naan (*the best!).

Grilled Salmon RM40

For diners who prefer classic Western food, grilled salmon is a decent choice. The fish is firm and flaky, set off with a layer of crispy skin. Diners can have your choice of potato (garlic mashed potato, saute herbs, or steakcut fries) + choice of vege (salad bouquet, saute vege, corn on cob, edamame or sauerkraut)+ choice of sauce (black pepper, mushroom, teriyaki, mint, safron cream, teriyaki, oriental) to go along with your main course.

Grilled Rib Eye Beef Steak RM45

Other Western main courses in Sikit Atas include Chicken & Mushroom Pie, Marinated Chicken Breast, Roasted Spring Chicken, Grilled T-Bone Steak, BBQ Mesquite Smoked Beef Ribs, Braised Lamb Shanks,  Grilled Lamb Rack, Lamb Shepherd Pie, Baked Barammundi and Pan-Fry Cod Fish.

Chocolate Brownies RM13

Sikit Atas takes pride on their dessert, sourced from the well-known Kulcats bakers. Chocolate brownies is one of the crowd favourite, ranked as must try. We like the rich, chocolaty, moist and a little chunky texture of brownies, but better if the sweetness can be tuned down. Compensate with berries that served along, they add refreshing tanginess to balance out the sugar level.

Cake Pop RM2

Cute mini dessert appears in lollipop style, great for parties. Though just a ping pong ball size, the cake pop is ideal for sharing. It has a sweet, crispy spheres outer layer, encasing moist, creamy cake filling within to form sharp texture contrast.


Light, and delicately sweet crust holding mellow whipped cream, topped with strawberries and sprinkled with cocoa powder. Highly recommended by Sikit Atas.

Photography: Summerkid
Write Up: Summergirl

Sikit Atas Restaurant & Bar
Wisma Perintis,
47, Jalan Dungun,
Bukit Damansara,
Damansara Heights,
50490 Kuala Lumpur.

Opening Hours:
Mon – Thu (8AM – 1AM)
Fri- (8AM – 3AM)
Sat 8AM – 1AM

Contact: 03 – 2094 2489