With new eateries and bars popping up every other day, we’ve curated a list of places for you to hunt down this month. Here are the just-launched cafés and restaurants in Klang Valley for the month of October 2018.

1. Cureé

Image Credit: Cureé

Cureé (pronounced Ka-RAY) is a new Japanese restaurant in town, focusing on Hokkaido style curries. Their bowls of hearty goodness are perfect for hungry food hunters as they are jam-packed with generous portions of vegetables. Capsicums, brinjals and lady fingers are served with curry and grains here. Such dishes are popular in Hokkaido and are often times enjoyed during the winter season. If you find yourself here on a rainy day, you’re definitely in for a treat. For a creamy side, opt for some avocado. Then end your spicy meal with some ice cream in flavours like matcha and coffee.

Address: No.38, Jalan 1/77A, Changkat Thambi Dollah, Off Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur

Website: Cureé

Tel: 011-2020 9080

2. Hexgon Café

Image Credit: Hexgon Café

Salted egg fried chicken baos? Pure genius. This is just one of Hexgon’s greatest creations and it makes complete sense as the bao is able to completely soak the sweet-savoury flavours of the buttery salted egg yolk sauce. Find more yummy eats at this minimalist space, including chicken wings and drumsticks coated with house-seasoned spicy sauce and peanut flakes. And when you’re done, tuck in to their simple dessert done right: a classy chiffon cake topped with fresh berries and cream.

Hours: Wednesdays-Mondays: 11am-11pm, Closed on Tuesdays.

Address: 22-1, Jalan Dataran Cheras 2, Dataran Perniagaan Cheras, Cheras Balakong, Cheras

Website: Hexgon Café

Tel: 03-9081 8978

3. Ho Yeah Restaurant

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With a restaurant name like “Ho Yeah”, one would expect leaving this place, saying those very words. With a pork-filled menu complete with char siew, siew yoke and honey pork ribs, we don’t see why not. Besides meat which has been cooked up Oriental-style, you’ll be able to savour duck, seafood, fried rice and noodles amongst other dishes. The meals at Ho Yeah are meant for sharing but as the restaurant slogan puts it, “Our portions are made for sharing, but you might not want to.”

Address: Lot 28-29, Level G3, Block C4, Publika Shopping Gallery, No.1, Jalan Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur

Website: Ho Yeah Restaurant

Tel: 03-6201 9899

4. T.art Pastry Café

Image Credit: T.art Pastry Café

Here’s a newcomer in the Damansara Uptown area which is already saturated with eateries serving every cuisine imaginable. T.art Pastry brings something new to the table with its contemporary French fare, featuring desserts, pastries, panini, quiche and other Western cuisine. A must-try is their take on cendol and a French Earl Grey cake which uses premium tea leaves from the famed TWG tea house.

Hours: Mondays-Fridays: 11am-9pm, Saturdays: 12pm-9pm. Closed on Sundays.

Address: 32G, Jalan SS21/39, Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya

Website: T.art Pastry Café

5. Whiskeypedia

Image Credit: Gajaa At 8

Whiskeypedia is a bar under the Gajaa At 8 brand and it’s known as Bangsar’s first premium whiskey bar. Bringing you the top whiskies around the world, one that the folks behind the bar highly recommends is their whiskey from India! Drop by the newly launched bar for a glass or two.

Address: 8, Lorong Maarof Bangsar Park, 59000 Kuala Lumpur

6. Tsujiki No. 8

Image Credit: Tsujiki No. 8

Japanese restaurants are aplenty in the heart of KL. What sets Tsujiki No. 8 apart is the experience that its chef brings to the table. Head Chef Yasuro Usami has 28 years of experience and his expertise lies in plating and crafting sushi masterfully. He also specialises in the prep process of fish and his signature home-brewed shoyu.

Address: Lot 136/8 First Floor, Wisma Lim Foo Yong, 86, Jalan Raja Chulan, Kuala Lumpur

Website: Tsujiki No. 8

Tel: 03-2143 8889

Feature Image Credit: Hexgon Café, Ho Yeah Restaurant 

 
 
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