Meat the Porkers
From the people who brought you Fierce Curry House, Meat the Porkers is Indian food made with the gods’ gift to man – pork! Dishes like siu yuk biryani and tandoori ribs should be enough to convince you to pay them a visit.
A former printing factory that now resembles a green house, this cocktail bar and its duo mixologists embrace the whimsical and innovative, both in design and its drinks -- which are both creative and affordable. Learn more about Case Study.
SALT comes in a 2-in-1 bundle. While the restaurant itself offers a more casual setting with a global flavoured menu, its sister restaurant and next-door neighbour, Anita Laguna serves a more refined Italian experience. Learn more.
An incredibly bold restaurant that pokes fun at, as much as it pays homage to Maoist China, Great Hall in Subang Jaya serves Asian and European fusion cuisine – think Chinese stir fry with pasta – and some bold cocktails. Learn more.
In contrast to the previous entry, The Embassy maintains some diplomacy and political correctness amidst its nature inspired settings. Also serving an East/West menu, look out for the beautiful murals throughout the restaurant. Learn more.
In cased you missed them: here are our new openings for January.