Restaurants for LGBT in Kuala Lumpur
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Opened in 1928, Yut Kee Restaurant is certainly one of the oldest coffeeshops in KL, serving local-style brew and traditional Hainanese cuisine. Ample of choices to pick from - thick coffee and grilled bread with housemade kaya, their specialty RotiBabi (a small deep-fried loaf filled with shredded pork and caramelised onions), Hainanese Chicken Chop, Roasted Pork with Apple Sauce, Fried ...Popular withBackpackersBudgetLocal
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Five star coffee and sandwich in a supermarket
- 232 reviews
You can taste black coffee and toast bread with 'kaya', it is my childhood breakfast.Popular withFamiliesBudgetFoodies
A throwback to a bygone era, the Coliseum Cafe was a former haunt of W. Somerset Maugham when he traveled through British Malaya. The cafe seems rather untouched for decades with old-fashioned tiles and woodwork. Makes a neat pit stop on a walking tour through Little India and the other interesting parts of Kuala Lumpur.Popular withDesign
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Lot 10 Hutong, Malaysia's first Gourmet Heritage Village opened its doors in November 2009. Boasting 27 eateries, Hutong is comprised of low chiu pai (heritage brands) street food stalls handpicked by YTL Corp's Tan Sri Francis Yeoh and non-heritage Western/Asian stalls. The heritage brands are family enterprises in their second and third generations, inheriting their skills and age-old recipes from ...
- 291 review
This restaurant is very close to where I work, hence my colleagues and I often lunch here to satiate our Indian food craving. Betel Leaf serves fantastic South and North Indian cuisine. The restaurant is air-conditioned and has plenty of tables. Slightly pricey than the other Indian restaurants around that area but it is definitely worth the money! My personal ...
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- 311 review
Excellent space for both drinking and dining. Amazing food selection of the 'Modern Thai' genre and creative (albeit weak) cocktails to boot. Highly recommend to book out for a lounge vibe birthday to a formal client dinner. 3 different rooms available. Open kitchen which is also a treat. Friendly staff. Feels like a offspring of Balinese Spa meets a NYC ...
- 321 review
In Brickfields, the neighborhood right next to KL's main station, there are a ton of south Indian restaurants, specializing in food from Chennai. I can't say this is the "best" because I didn't eat at others, but I loved the meal I had here. Everything is served on a big banana leaf--the waiter lays it down, then brings around bowls ...Popular withVegetarianFoodiesBudget
- 331 review
Cute and trendy cafe/bar on a backstreet in Kuala Lumpur with similar upscale drinking and eating establishments. Cool, quiet place to enjoy a cocktail or beer. Good date place.Popular withTrendstersNightlife
- 341 review
Nice independent coffee shop inside of a mall in an upscale Kuala Lumpur neighborhood.Popular withBudget
Burmese and Thai food combined? In a luxury Six-Senses spa like setting? This is as good as it gets - amazing food, enjoyed in a luxurious yet rustic setting and with exceptional attention to detail. This is a South East Asia foodie heaven. No hawker stands here, this can include street food but its presented with class while not being ...
A real gem for a real experience - a true English afternoon tea party and engaging hosts, with lovely place and so much interesting and personal stories to share over a real British cupcake and muffins styled afternoon tea! Highly recommended!Popular withLocalFoodiesAdventure