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6 new cafe and restaurants in KL to check out this May 2021

There’s nothing like adding a new place to explore and show your support for this month.

May has arrived and we’re back with another curated guide for you to save and rave about later. It’s time to whip out your cameras and let your taste palate run wild by trying out the most mouth-watering meals to enjoy from brunch food staples to Japanese BBQ and wholesome dishes to fill your bellies. Of course, our recommendations below are meant to appear on your feed as well with its Instagram-worthy interior and corners. Check it out below and tell us what you think.

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Want to feel like you’ve transported to a serene dream? Three Years Old is the place to be. Located at Bukit Bintang, this double-storey house turned cafe offers tasty brunch, pastries and coffee selections to enjoy on a nice day out. You’ve got the go-to brunch menu, along with tempting selections of coffee brewing to cure your blues away. Go ahead and drop by to experience the whimsical space filled with a sleek-meets-vintage interior that deserves a spot on your TikTok and Instagram feed.

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Craving for a taste of Japan’s authentic BBQ? Yakiniku Great is about to make your wagyu dreams come true. Hailed from Utsunomiya, Japan, this restaurant marks its first franchise to open in Damansara Heights, KL. Meat lovers will want to make their reservations here soon, as you’ll get to indulge in various high-quality meat options to grill according to your preference. Make your reservations here, and be prepared to be blown away.

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Here’s another cafe worth adding to your list. Belly and the Chef Dining is an industrial-like dream with its minimal ambience filled with Instagram-worthy corners. In collaboration with Zen & Co, this cafe serves an array of dishes that fuses Western and Japanese cuisine. You’ll find hot plates to order from Osaka Sea Urchin Pasta, Kobe Wagyu Rib Eye Steak, Smoke Duck Rissoto, Tuna Tataki bowl, and so much more. Niko Neko’s matcha also graces the drinks menu, serving varieties of thirst-quenching drink options from juices, tea and coffee. Best part? It’s Muslim-friendly too.

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Staying at Puchong and need a place to hide out for a while? Head over to Luckee Canteen if you happen to be in the area. It’s not hard to spot the space when you’re greeted by a window display/seating area to peek into as soon as you arrive. Although the cafe is currently hosting its soft launch, you still get to enjoy comforting meals from pasta to a crispy pork lard rice with onsen egg and fried chicken goodness. Text a friend and drag them out to enjoy a warm cuppa here on a lovely afternoon.

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There’s always something for everyone, and Jama KL is here to offer honest ingredients to your meals. If vegetables and carbs are your go-to meals, then we’d say this is the best spot for you to explore. Located in Solaris, Hartamas, it’s hard to miss it when its airy, bright and modern interior entices you from afar. The menu brings all of your favourite comfort meals from pasta to sandwiches, small plates, and breakfast dishes. Take one look at their spread, and you’ll instantly fall in love with the vivid colours on your plate. To sweeten the deal, feel free to order a glass of their house pour and cocktails to enjoy.

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Don’t be fooled by the wooden door and frosted windows when you arrive, as you’re in for a treat once you enter those doors. Located at Taman SEA, this cooling and bright space have a certain charm that could easily transport us to a holiday destination in mind with its blue wall and comfy furniture. This two-storey space boasts a wide range of menu from pastries to hot dishes and their speciality Portuguese egg tarts. What do we recommend? The grilled marrow with sourdough bread on the side and eggs benedict.

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