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8 New Restaurants And Cafes To Discover In KL (June 2019)

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Hey, foodies! What’s up, what’ popping, are you guys doing well? We sure hope that everyone’s 2019 is so far so good. If not, then don’t be too sad because trust us, everything’s going to be alright and the wheel of fortune will finally be on your side. While you’re at that, we’ve come up with a list of new restaurants and cafes you have to try in June 2019 hoping that this article will bring a tiny smile to your face! Just keep swimming, my friend!

8 New Restaurants And Cafes To Discover In KL (June 2019)

1. Timothy

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Serving dishes that take on the very epitome of comfort food, Southeast Asian influences run deep within the menu, but there’s as much of Malaysia as there’s Melbournes in its menu. Dining here will mean that you’d find a wide range of themes coursing through these concoctions. Highly recommended would be their Hakka traditional rice dish, lei cha which translates directly into “thunder tea rice” in English, a reference to the loud noise made when pounding the ingredients.

📍 24, Jalan Tun H S Lee, City Centre, 50100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.

🕐 10am – 10pm (Daily)

2. RAGE Coffee

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Drinking coffee has just gotten a whole lot more interesting and fun at RAGE Coffee. With their tagline of ‘RAGE AGAINST THE MUNDANE’, they’re here to counterattack any mundane lifestyle and break the norm when it comes to coffee. Coffee can be exciting too, with their place they’ve made it possible for us to work diligently and also play hard with their amusing set-up. Maybe, it’s time to let out some steam at their punching bag corner?

📍 Menara Uoa Bangsar, Unit LGF-3A, No 5, Jalan Bangsar Utama 1, Bangsar, 59000 Kuala Lumpur.

🕐 7.45am – 8pm (Mon – Fri), 8.45am – 2pm (Sat), Closed on Sunday.

3. Borneo Restaurant and Bar

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Introducing a diverse range of flavours that cannot be found elsewhere, from tuak cocktails to homemade umai, they’re offering a truly East Malaysian dining experience with sophistication and flair. Inspired heavily by traditional ingredients and dishes native to Sabah and Sarawak, the one dish that portrays and highlights the genuine yet authentic cuisine of Borneo is undoubtedly The Borneo Rajah. We’re really digging the name, what about you?

📍 11, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur.

🕐 11am – 1am (Closed on Tuesday)

4. Saychiizu

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Toasted bread filled with loads of melted cheese, this is what we call a dream come true for cheese lovers! Coming in hot from Bangkok, they’re now in business in Mid Valley Megamall. Do drop by for their Unicorn Fruit Toast, super stretchy with not a drop of colouring added into the formula. Other impressive flavours they offer are the Milo Cheese Toast and Oreo Cheese Toast. First one ever spotted in Malaysia, so what are you waiting for?

📍LG-039 Mid Valley Megamall KL.

🕐 10am – 10pm (Daily)

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5. Sipping Corner Cafe

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You go me sipping, tumbling, sinking, fumbling, clumsy because I’m falling in love (if you get the reference, you’re awesome!) with the vibe of this luscious-greens-surrounded-cafe. More adorable potted plants than we can keep count, feel the worries and troubles that have been bothering fade away as you step into this time-stopping space. Order yourself a cup of latte, and all that’s left to do is just relek.

📍 78G, Jalan Puteri 5/5, Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong, Selangor.

🕐 9am – 6pm (Closed on Tuesday)

6. Blackbyrd

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Perched 50 levels above the streets, Blackbyrd is the latest dining space by Indonesia’s culinary and entertainment juggernaut, Ismaya Group. Offering a jaw-dropping view of the city, the elegantly decorated space further enhances your dining experience with their eclectic menu, spanning from dishes from Japanese and Korean cuisine all the way to Mexico delicacies. This is definitely a spot you have to check out this month!

📍 Platinum Park, Level 50, Naza Tower, 10, Persiaran KLCC, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur.

🕐 12pm – 11pm (Daily)

7. The Pot

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When was the last time you sit down with your family or friends for heart-warming and soul-fulfilling steamboat? If you don’t remember, it’s probably time to do it again. Let us introduce you to The Pot, a new steamboat joint located at Damansara Heights. All the soups served in this restaurant is entirely made from traditional home recipes, using only the finest and freshest ingredients and does not contain MSG. Sounds like comfort food to us, and we want some of that!

📍 122A & 122B, Jalan Kasah, Damansara Heights 50490 Kuala Lumpur.

🕐 5.30pm – 12am (Daily)

8. BlackBall Mini

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Pulling up in our area with their brand new outlet located in Cheras, we officially announce that it’s time for desserts! They’ve scored the hearts of many with their cute mascots but, how about their drinks? Their BlackBall Classics does remind of us the main dessert from the mother outlet, Blackball. It comes with grass jelly, with boba, red beans, and taro balls on sticks as toppings. We can’t wait to have some to beat the hot weather!

📍 No 24, Jalan Menara Gading 1, Taman Connaught, Cheras 56000 KL.

🕐 11am – 11pm (Daily)

8 New Restaurants And Cafes To Discover In KL (June 2019)

There you go, lovely foodies! If we’ve missed out any spot, please do tell us in the comment section and share with us your opinions on these places. May June be a fruitful and awesome month to all of us, see you in the next one!

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