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La Bodega

Posted by Monica! on Apr 30, 2008 - Comments (0) - Filed under: Member Talks

Malaysia's grand matriarch of Spanish cuisine, La Bodega has been responsible for introducing thousands of KL-ites to authentic tapas culture since the first outlet opened its doors in 1999. Although La Bodega has since expanded to include a bistro style Dining Room,as well as a Deli and the infamou... - Continue Reading...

Med @ Marche

Posted by Christine on Apr 04, 2008 - Comments (0) - Filed under: Member Talks

His signature appetizer, Carne Tonato – poached beef tenderloin and rocket on potato gratin and caper tuna mayonnaise, is said to be hot and stylish. Not exactly, all his dishes are. New Zealander Chef De Cuisine, Tim Yee is in town to cook up a storm with the local fine diners at MED.@Marche, Renai... - Continue Reading...


Posted by howeh on Jan 20, 2008 - Comments (2) - Filed under: Member Talks

If food is art, then those seeking new touches to old classics can look forward to revisiting Moussandra Restaurant. A venerable dame of Kuala Lumpur’s restaurants, Moussandra and its owner/chef Alex Mark are back with an updated menu. This quaint old haunt reveals a new, colourful layer with its... - Continue Reading...

Flamenco Restaurant & Bar

Posted by howeh on Jan 20, 2008 - Comments (0) - Filed under: Member Talks

FLAMENCO is the first Spanish Mediterranean restaurant in Kuala Lumpur. Open in 1995, it began its operations along Jalan U-Thant. Angie Hiew, the founder, decided to bring Spanish food to Malaysia because of its healthy ingredients and its adaptability to the Malaysian palate. Flamenco has been ... - Continue Reading...

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