Recommended lists for Newly Opened

Recommended lists of Newly Opened in Kuala Lumpur
New Restaurants, Cafés And Bars in KL: July 2017
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafés And Bars in KL: July 2017 Burpplers, rejoice; our list of new places to eat in this foodie city has been refreshed once again! We've tried and tested these 10 spanking spots so you get a headstart, be it to hit up this cosy bar in Chinatown, devour pork ribs down to bones or to slurp up tasty tsukemen from Tokyo.
New Restaurants, Cafés And Bars in KL: June 2017
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafés And Bars in KL: June 2017 Raise your glass, Burpplers! We're going headfirst into the halfmark of the year with plenty to keep us happy (and tipsy). For every new restaurant and cafe in this guide, there is also a bar where you can kick back with fruity gin and tonics, catch a break with cheery cocktails and 'wine' down for the night!
New Restaurants, Cafés And Bars in KL: May 2017
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafés And Bars in KL: May 2017 What an exciting time to be hungry! This month sees the opening of these promising new places, from a healthy grain bowl stop to a bar for cocktails on tap and a strategic corner for Korean fried chicken. May you explore, eat and enjoy them all!
New Restaurants, Cafés And Bars in KL: April 2017
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafés And Bars in KL: April 2017 Take your friends out for wanton noodles in a snazzy bar, tuck into comforting chargrilled chicken rice in a mall and beat the heat with ice cream-topped Belgian waffles. We've tried and tested all the new places so that this April, you'll know where to have a guaranteed good time. Pack your appetite for the all-new eats in this list!
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"My preferred Sunday mode can best be described as cozy and caffeinated."

~ Nanea Hoffman

Kopenhagen Coffee
Address: 7 Jalan Kiara, Sunway Spk 3 Harmoni, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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For Masterchef-Made Desserts

First season runner-up of Masterchef Asia Marcus Low has taken his dessert dexterity into Damansara Utama — make a dash for the newly opened Mad Hatter. Those with a sweet tooth will fall head over heels for this wonderland with dreamy white walls and delicate desserts. The maestro pays tribute to his local roots with the use of homegrown ingredients, such as in the Bubur Cha Cha (RM23). The plated dessert is a winner, made up of coconut ice cream, sweet potato and yam cake and pumpkin brulee that evoke the familiarity of childhood-favourite flavours. For a simpler treat, get Tastemaker Alyssia's personal favourite, Pistachio (RM17). It comes with elements of passionfruit and green tea for a fun, fruity-nutty combination. The man himself is often spotted behind the counter so don't hesitate to ask him for chef-recommendations!
Avg price per person: RM20
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Alyssia Yu

For A Car Service Centre Cafe

Located in a spacious lot within a Mazda service centre, Kohi Yatta is the Mazda owner's answer to a bearable wait. But even if you don't own a Mazda, there's still plenty reason to visit. Swing by for a long lunch with the family as you watch your kids play in the child-friendly area. The Japanese fusion food will keep all happy. Have the Soboro Rice (RM18), a simple but tasty rice dish topped with minced chicken and scrambled egg, or try the more elegant Barley Risotto (RM18) featuring mushrooms and salmon. For the kids, there are mini meals like Macaroni Minestrone (RM8), Mini Beef Hamburger (RM8) and even daily mixed mash for tinier tots. If savouries don't suffice, consider sharing a Grand Emperor (RM15). Kids and grownups alike will enjoy these oat pancakes with fruits and cream. The cafe also makes their own brewed teas, like a Black Tea + Passionfruit + Cucumber (RM12) — the perfect antidote for a hot day in this sun-filled spot.
Avg price per person: RM25

New Dessert Bar

A kids friendly dessert bar that opened up in the heart of bangsar platting up pretty dessert that prepared by their pastry chef who worked with a number of renowned Top 50 Best restaurant in the world.

The pretty mille feuille made with orange milk chocolate mousse, pineapple, almond, hay ice cream and puff pastry.

The flavor profile of the dessert that we order might not suit my preference that much, however it's still a nice dessert to look at.

Happiness in a #cup Black Beauty ❤️Yeay !

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Black Beauty ❤️Yeay !

Coffeeeeeeee 😍 I drink for you ok 😘much needed #coffeeoftheday ! #najandbellebangsar #pambuilding awesome coffee as always ❤️😍😘😊👍🏻#cafe #cafehop #cafehopping #cafehopkl #cafehopbangsar #burrple #yumlist #coffeesweetheart #cafemalaysia #blackbeauty

Gelato Happiness

Located next to Tiny Temptress, this new gelato shop is not to be missed. I had the earl grey and mint chocolate. The mint is made using fresh mint leaves instead of flavouring. Try their bestsellers - pistachio, earl grey, and watermelon lychee sorbet.

Deconstructed lemon meringue pie, this was a lovely dessert to end our lovely meal.

I really enjoyed our lunch at Marco Creative Cuisine. Priced at MYR 78++ (about SGD25), their Journey of Flavours makes fine dining really affordable without compromising on the quality of ingredients or flavours. There are so many other courses in this menu that I'd like to sample so you can be sure that I will return. The Journey of Flavours also included a coffee (French press) or a selection of teas or a mocktail which my friend gave it three thumbs up. This was a nice gesture as I've tried many tasting or degustation menus where you pay a bomb and yet they still charge you for coffees separately. Many of my friends have also griped about this and said that it somehow doesn't feel right. You might as well price the coffee in?

Pekin duck breast, orange purée, beetroot and Valrhona dark chocolate sauce.

This was my mains, an interesting interpretation to the classic French duck courses. The duck breast was crispy on the skin but tender and juicy as it was sou vide to medium doneness. I loved the use of Valrhona chocolate here. Slightly sweet, tangy (from the orange) and savoury from the duck, each bite was an awesome mix of flavours.