Where famed KL restaurant, Skillet @163 is the posh older sister, its sibling, the newly-launched Beta KL is more of a wild child and you’d likely see her with a flower in her hair and a pina colada in hand.

Beta KL is a restaurant meets bar with a love for all things tropical.

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Chilled out paradise-ambiance aside, Beta is a smart take on traditional Malaysian cuisine with tropical vibes.

Its name itself might spark curiosity and it is actually a Greek term which simply stands for the number 2. It is after all the 2nd outlet opened by the same folks behind its award-winning sister restaurant, Skillet @ 163.

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Like any smart name, it too has a 2nd meaning, where beta is basically the royal salutation for kings or sultans.

Every corner of Beta is a memoir of the Malayan golden age where the melting pot of heritages began.

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Suited for birthday parties and work gatherings, Beta KL elevates the dining experience with a couple of different spaces that are open for reservation. Whether it’s a private party or a gathering amongst old friends, the space has the right amount of energy and mystery to bring a bucketful of fun to your next gathering.

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Choose to tantalise your tastebuds with flavours like a Bird’s Nest Dessert, Earl Grey Tea Mousse, Soft Shell Chilli Crab or the Spicy Garden, and wash it all down with drinks like the Garden Swizzle and the Eastern Stew.

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And of course, who could forget Beta’s signature dish which is aptly made for royalty? The inverted currypuffs are topped with edible gold flakes, because why the heck not?

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Beta KL

Address: 163, Fraser Place, No. 10 Jalan Perak, Kuala Lumpur

Website: Beta KL

Tel: 03-2181 2990

Feature Image Credit: Beta KL, Instagram user @haydenwing

 
 
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