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7 New Cafes And Restaurants To Visit In Klang Valley This February 2020

Hello, adventurous foodie! It’s the middle of February already, how time flies in a blink of an eye. We hope you have been enjoying the month of February as much as we do. If not, here’s something pleasing to fuel up your day. As usual, every month we curate a list of new cafes and restaurants to keep you updated. So let’s take a look at this month’s 7 new cafes and restaurants in Klang Valley.

7 New Cafes And Restaurants To Visit In Klang Valley This February

1. Jēn

First on our list is this minimalist spot called Jēn. This is a place that rings minimalists who like things clean and basic. With a beautiful interior that spread a calm vibe, Jēn offers simple yet delicious comfort foods. Look forward to their crispy chicken katsu with Japanese curry rice bowl or their signature bao that’s served with overwhelming fried chicken. It’s something you won’t regret trying!

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Location: 6-1, Jalan Manis 3, Taman Segar, Cheras.

Operating Hours: (Tues-Sun) 11AM – 8PM | Closes on Monday

Links: Facebook | Instagram

2. 108 Matcha Saro

Alright, any matcha lovers here? Well, if you’re one sincere matcha person, then this is something you’ll love. Originated from Hokkaido, Japan, 108 Matcha Saro offers everything matcha! From matcha parfait that’s filled with matcha mochi, matcha jelly, matcha syrup to the classic matcha obanyaki stuffed with red bean, we guarantee you’re going to love this so matcha.

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Photo: @108matchasaromy (Instagram)

Location: Lot 251, Level 2, Suria KLCC.

Operating Hours: 10AM – 10PM

Links: Facebook | Instagram

3. Da Bao

Easily spotted with a red neon sign on the shop’s window, this is the spot for bun lovers. Da Bao which literally translates into ‘hitting bun’ in Mandarin, is not your typical place to grab baos. Expect to find fun ingredients from sake-braised pork belly with lemongrass to rendang mutton with jackfruit! Oh, and if you’re into something sweet, there’s also a matcha bao too.

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Photo: @dabaomy (Instagram)

Location: 145, Jalan Petaling, Kuala Lumpur.

Operating Hours: (Tues-Fri) 12PM – Late | (Sat-Sun) 11AM – Late

Links: Facebook | Instagram

4. The H. Temptation

If you’re bored of the usual leafy salads, then look over here because The H. Temptation has turned our local delights into something healthier. Alright, here’s a hint: get a seat and order their Nasi X Lemak! A unique twist on our classic Nasi Lemak, their Nasi X Lemak comes with brown rice that’s cooked in coconut oil instead of coconut milk. So say bye to fatty coconut milk and yes to Nasi X Lemak.

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Photo: @thehtemptation (Instagram)

Location: Lot 3A-1, Level 1, Symphony Square, Jalan Professor Khoo Khay Khim, Petaling Jaya.

Operating Hours: 11AM – 9PM (Mon-Sun)

Links: Facebook | Instagram

5. Apollo Dining

Another new place in town with extraordinary dishes and design to feed your ‘gram is at Apollo Dining. With a simple but elegant interior, Apollo Dining is a comfortable place to savour Asian fusion dishes. You’ll be spoilt with some of their specialties like Duck Risotto with goji, Chilli Crab Squid Ink Aglio Oglio and also Lobster and Tiger Prawn Dumplings. It’s definitely a nice spot to spend a relaxing evening.

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Location: 28, Jalan Kemuja, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur.

Operating Hours: (Tues-Thurs)1AM – 11PM | 11AM – 12AM (Fri-Sun) | Closes on Monday

Links: Facebook | Instagram

6. Sushi Kazu

Helmed by Chef Norikazu Shibata who has been working with sushi since 16 years old, Sushi Kazu is a one-of-a-kind Japanese omakase fine dining place in town. If you’re wondering what omakase is, it essentially means ‘I’ll leave it up to you’ where you’re letting the chef choose your order. With a dedicated menu that offers course sushi meals, you’ll definitely have a belly good time.

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Location: Lot 8-A, Plaza Batai, Bukit Damansara.

Operating Hours: 12PM – 3PM, 6PM – 11PM (Closes on Monday)

Links: Facebook | Instagram

7. Roti & Kopi House

Just from the sound of the cafe’s name, you know this is something local. Stepping into this cafe, you’ll see how beautifully this place is decorated. And in the next moment, you smell a plate scrumptious Nasi Lemak that comes with an overflowing amount of sambal. It’s definitely one of the must-try food here! Moreover, you can also opt for their kuih lapis, onde-onde, and specialty coffee too!

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Location:101C, Level 1, Tower C, Damansara Uptown, Petaling Jaya.

Operating Hours: (Mon-Fri) 7AM – 7PM | (Sat-Sun) 8AM – 8PM

Links: Facebook | Instagram

Here comes to the end of our list of ‘7 New Cafes And Restaurants To Visit In Klang Valley This February 2020’

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