As time goes by, APW or Art Printing Works in Bangsar KL turns hipster with cafes and restaurants, each noteworthy for their food, interior and ambience.
FIVE-HT (or 5HT) Cafe at Bangsar Kuala Lumpur (*Same row with Maria Steakhouse ) brings together coffee, Japanese donburi, udon and Kyoto beer to please!
Kaiju Company at Bangsar APW KL, a restaurant with 30-metres paper origami dragon over your head. Kaiju menu covers Japanese-Thai fusion food. Price within RM30.
Pablo Cheese Tart 1 Utama – Malaysia first Pablo outlet is finally opened! Try this No.1 Japanese baked cheese tart from Osaka, Japan yourself!
Ishin Japanese Dining at Old Klang Road, Kuala Lumpur offers Japanese fine dining experience with food from ala-carte menu and Kaiseki set meal.
Kokoro Japanese Restaurant at Taman Segar Cheras, Kuala Lumpur – add this eatery to your food pocket list, and visit the next time you are in […]
Eatomo Food Co at Taman Desa Kuala Lumpur serves fresh, delicious sashimi, oyster, mussels pot and Japanese rice bowl. Nice food, friendly price.
Alpacasso Cafe, Malaysia and world first pop-up theme cafe for Japan Alpacasso is now opened in Anista Tokyo, AEON Mid Valley Megamall KL!
Kokoro Japanese Restaurant in Taman Segar Cheras KL (beside Dragon Door Steamboat and Inside Scoop Ice Cream) serves Japanese food in affordable price.
Nippori Japanese Cafe at Empire Damansara PJ (Beside Haraju Cube Dessert Cafe) serves Japanese home-cooked food in KL, in Teishoku and Donburi style.