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This tai chow resto specialises in fu gua thong, or bitter gourd soup, and contrary to how healthy it sounds, expect something pretty indulgent. The soup is cooked for long hours with mounds of sliced bittergourd, but also plenty of pork. While every sip guarantees that remarkable bitter flavour, it's also got a distinctive sweetness from the meat. If you're feeling generous (I wasn't), there's even an option to add innards! Come on rainy days.

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"Dendeng Balado"- caramelised beef with kaffir lime chilli & lemon basil (68rm)
Stir fried vegetable with kailan taufu asparagus & chilli (26rm) and jasmine rice (8rm)
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everyone was asking me about the fancy ice cube thing ! It's complimentary fruits provided by the generous owner! Better make reservation before you there, because I can see this place going to be the new hipster place to go, because where to find such good deal?

My current favorite place to dine in! Start with fried French quails with roasted grapes, it only cost rm9 😱 we ordered lamb and seafood as main courses. Chef Yeong is so generous, the main course is served with sough bread, which make me fall in love with this concept 😋 Girls ended their meal with dessert, cendol cake. And everyone was asking me about the fancy ice cube thing ! It's complimentary fruits provided by the generous owner! Where to find such good deal?

This smokehouse and bar brings with its entrance to Bangsar a casual-meets-classy concept that fits the bill for both laidback lunches and fanciful dinners. Exuding trendy vibes, the restaurant features fine art pieces alongside its wood-and-steel decor, plus a soothing touch of greenery. Foodwise, expect the kitchen to fire up fine food at reasonable prices. Meats make a prime choice, like the Wicked Wagyu (RM79.90) that sees a delicious smoked wagyu inside skirt with potato puree and beef gravy. While simple in execution, the dish is satiating for all who can enjoy a nice piece of steak. Apart from meats, Rubs also turns out other mains not to be messed with. The Rice & Shine (RM36.90) is easily a standout for risotto, measuring up to those at Italian restaurants. Redolent of smoked duck meat, the moist rice dish is topped with a wobbly slow-cooked egg that adds to its lusciousness. There are also set lunches from only RM35.90, but we strongly advise you spend a little more for the full experience here — it will be worth it.
Avg price per person: RM65

Not long after its inception, RAY gives way to BOTAK:Liquor Bar, a largely similar establishment. They have retained the relaxing tropical vibes and their penchant for cocktails on tap, but with the new name comes an all-new menu to get excited about. The bar now turns to homegrown botanicals to build its best tipples, balancing the hard-hitting nature of liquor with the gentle fragrance of florals. The next time you're out for an easy drink early in the day (the bar opens at 3pm), bring a friend here to BOTAK. The Sweet Pea & Elderflower (RM48) makes a refreshing choice, blending un-aged whiskey with sweet peas, organic elderflower cordial and lime. If it's the cocktails on tap you're after, the Jasmine & Tarragon (RM38) makes a nice, sweet sip while also racking up points for pretty presentation. Food is not served here, but feel free to take your drink down with you to Chocha Foodstore.
Avg price per person: RM70
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Located within the PJ8 building's stately garden square, this hole-in-the-wall joint hopes to evoke the flavours of home at the workplace. Co-owner Cheah hails from Seremban and his Peranakan roots are to thank for the delicious Nyonya recipes reinvented here. Takeaways aren't only tasty, they're highly encouraged as there are only three (likely occupied) tables to vie for at lunchtime. Go for an order of Baked Stingray with Baba Kuat Pesto (RM15.90). Supple to the bite, the fish is glazed in a scrumptiously spicy sambal-like sauce that hits it off with rice (lots of it). From 11am to 2pm daily, the set comes with a quenching drink of lime, cucumber and tonic — plenty useful to take the heat off your tongue. Those with a palate for milder flavours might consider instead the fork-tender Turmeric Chicken (RM8.90), doused in fragrant yellow gravy. Individually packed desserts, sometimes a local kuih or chocolate cake, are available at the counter if you're one for sneaking in an after-meal sweet.
Avg price per person: RM20