There’s always a new restaurant here and a dining promo there to keep the F&B scene in Kuala Lumpur fresh and exciting.
This month, we highlight special vegan Sunday brunch, bento sets and sushi from Nobu for lunch, and PichaEats’ newly launched ready-to-heat meals. All three establishments offer delivery and takeaway options you can easily order through WhatsApp.
(Main image credit: PichaEats)
Hijau is a Malaysian vegan brand specialising in sauces and spreads, which you might have seen before in Thursdvys, TTDI. The brand now hosts a weekly brunch every Sunday at designer Syomirizwa’s studio in Bangsar. In a casual, picnic-style setting, Hijau serves all plant-based meals and fusion Italian-Japanese dishes.
The brunch takes place from 10am to 5pm at RM50 per pax dining-in. Takeaway sharing boxes are also available for delivery at RM70.
(Image credit: @hijaukualalumpur/Instagram)
Good news: Nobu Kuala Lumpur is attempting to make its world-renowned Japanese-Peruvian cuisine more accessible and affordable. Nobu At Home is now back and with 30% off the total bill! Dishes that the restaurant is known for include the melt-in-your-mouth Japanese Wagyu, and the signature Black Cod Miso glazed with Nobu’s Den Miso.
Bank details for orders
Account Name: VENUS GOURMET SDN BHD
Bank: MALAYAN BANKING BERHAD (MAYBANK)
Bank Account Number: 5144 9567 9043
Nobu At Home is available daily from 12pm to 9pm.
(Image credit: Nobu Kuala Lumpur)
Social enterprise PichaEats has launched Ready-to-Heat Meals and a subscription plan to go with. The healthy menu will be refreshed every month, with this month highlighting favourites like the Za’atar Roast Chicken and Tempeh Shepard’s Pie for vegetarians. Meals can be frozen and to heat up, simply sprinkle some water over the food and microwave on high heat for 3 minutes. The subscription plan is available for bundles of 3, 6, or 9 meals, with add-ons available from Amazin’ Graze, Tapping Tapir, Wonderbrew and more.
Meals are delivered on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.