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Saint Pierre Kuala Lumpur

One of Singapore’s finest Michelin-starred restaurants known for its Contemporary French cuisine with Asian-Inspired elements, Saint Pierre, has opened in Kuala Lumpur’s W Hotel.

Its superlative cuisine, beautiful interiors and team of talented chefs have escalated the restaurant into the echelons of international accolades. The restaurant is also the only establishment and restaurant in Singapore being accorded membership to the world-renowned Relais & Châteaux, a collection of 600 of the world’s best restaurants and hotels.

Guests at Saint Pierre Kuala Lumpur can now expect three menus. The ‘Classic’ offers five courses which will be all the signature dishes, the ‘Discovery’ menu will offer eight courses omakase style that highlights seasonal ingredients while the ‘Adventure’ menu will be a 12-course opus that comprises the entire menu of Saint Pierre.


Address: ADDRESS: Saint Pierre, L8, W Kuala Lumpur, 121, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Hours: 11:30 – 15:00 hours (lunch) Wednesday – Sunday, 18:30 – 23:00 hours (dinner) Tuesday – Sunday

Website: https://www.saintpierre.com.my/about


Nobu, Menara KLCC

Nobu is a world-famous, Michelin-starred restaurant franchise. The artful fusion of traditional Japanese techniques and ingredients with spicy elements of Peruvian cuisine has made Nobu one of the most sought-after names in the fine dining sphere. The popular celebrity hangout now has a location on the 56th floor of KLCC.


Address: Level 56, Menara 3 Petronas, Persiaran Kuala Lumpur, City Center 50088

Hours: 12:00 – 14:00 hours (lunch) on weekdays, 18:00 – 22:30 hours (dinner) daily

Nobu Lounge hours: Happy Hour 18:00 – midnight daily

Website: http://www.noburestaurants.com/kuala-lumpur


Babe, Damansara Heights

Helmed by Japanese-American chef Jeff Ramsey, this restaurant claims to be the first ever restaurant in Malaysia started by a Michelin-starred chef.

Specialising in ‘Japas’, a fusion of Japanese flavours into traditional tapas, Babe advocates ‘fun dining’, as opposed to fine dining, to give patrons a unique experience every time they step into their doors. When dining at Babe, you’ll be served with 15 Japas dishes that evolve daily, according to what the chef has been cooking up in the kitchen.

The menu at Babe offers an exquisite mix of flavors, textures and temperatures, promising an unparalleled multi-sensory dining experience.


Address: 11th Floor, Work @ Clearwater, Changkat Semantan, Damansara Heights, Kuala Lumpur

Hours: 19:00 hours onwards, every Tuesday-Sunday



Mak’s Chee Authentic Wonton, One Utama

Hong Kong’s world-famous wanton noodles are served at Mak’s Chee Authentic Wonton in One Utama. Their noodles are as authentic as can get, seeing as the owner of Mak’s Chee’s grandfather-in-law is the actual inventor of Cantonese wanton noodles – now that’s something big to live up to! The original branch in Hong Kong has been officially recognised by Michelin and given a nod by the Bib Gourmand.


Address: Lot LG 311D, One Utama, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Hours: 11:00 – 22:00 hours daily

Website: http://www.makschee.com


Pang’s Kitchen, Taman Desa

Pang’s Kitchen is a Chinese food restaurant bearing a Michelin star that has opened an outlet here in Malaysia. It’s the first foreign branch of this popular Hong Kong eatery, so us Malaysians should feel flattered! Specialising in traditional Chinese cuisine, but with a gourmet twist, Pang’s Kitchen @ Voizsup in Taman Desa is on par with its Hong Kong counterpart, as made sure of by their original outlet’s owners. With a menu spanning over 150 dishes, it would be almost impossible to not find something you’d enjoy from this revered eatery! If you’re planning to come for dinner, make sure to come early or book a reservation.


Address: Level G1, Wisma Miramas, No.1, Jalan 2/109E, Taman Desa, Jalan Klang Lama, 58100 Kuala Lumpur

Hours: 11:00 – 22:00 hours daily

Website: https://www.facebook.com/pangskitchenatvoizsup/


Taka by Sushi Saito, St. Regis KL

This Japanese restaurant is a branch of Sushi Saito in Tokyo, with three Michelin stars to their name and a rumoured 6-month-long waitlist to get in. Head chef of the Tokyo branch, Takashi Saito, is the youngest sushi chef to have been awarded such an honour of three Michelin stars. Ingredients will be airflow into the country three times weekly, and the menu here will be the same as what will be served in Tokyo itself. But with such prominent distinction and accolades, their price tags will be just as high of course. Be prepared to fork out upwards of RM1000 per person for dinner! After all, they’re not touted ‘the best sushi restaurant in the world’ for nothing!


Address: St. Regis Hotel, No. 6 Jalan Stesen Sentral 2, Kuala Lumpur 50470

Hours: 12:00 – 15:00 hours (lunch), 18.00 – midnight Tuesday – Sunday

Website: http://www.stregiskualalumpur.com/dining-japanese-saito-tenkuni


Din Tai Fung

Din Tai Fung is another dim sum restaurant that has made its rounds across the globe, with over 100 outlets worldwide. It was even named one of the top 10 best restaurants by The New York Times! And with accolades such as those, it’s no surprise that one of their branches in Hong Kong has been awarded the esteemed Michelin star. Don’t worry though, their quality of food is standardised among all outlets, so you’ll be sure to be eating Michelin-level food when dining there. Famed for their signature xiao long bao, drop by one of their branches in KL to try out their world-class fare for yourself!

Available at several outlets nationwide.

Website: http://www.dintaifung.com.my

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