While we’ve relied on home cooking and the occasional takeaway for a treat, this month we have the added option of dining out at selected restaurants that have reopened for dine-in customers. What’s important to remember is that both options will support businesses and the local f&b scene.
Specials include an afternoon tea special to celebrate a milestone in the beauty world, in addition to the usual BLD highlights. Don’t forget, Tiffin at Home is available till 16 September. Keep scrolling for details on four dining highlights in September.
(Main image credit: Goutal Paris/Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur)
Kenny Hills Bakers is one of the best brunch spots, so why not enjoy a perfectly delicious scrambled egg sandwich? And while you’re at it, you could stock up on the week’s homemade breads and croissants, tea time pastries, and to start the day right, a really good coffee. There are three outlets located in Bukit Tunku, Ampang, Desa ParkCity, TTDI, and Bangsar Shopping Centre, for takeaways and deliveries only. All outlets excluding the BSC kiosk open at 8am.
(Image credit: Kenny Hills Bakers)
If you’ve missed hotels and fine-dining, here’s a lunch plan at Li Yen for masterfully crafted cuisine. Li Yen has just reopened for dine-in so you can enjoy its Hong Kong dim sum, authentic Chiu Chow cuisine and barbecued roast specialities amidst the restaurant’s oriental decor and charm. Home delivery and takeaway is still available daily. The Ritz Carlton is offering 20% off all direct delivery orders, excluding delivery charges.
Li Yen is open for lunch from 12pm to 2.30pm (Monday to Saturday), and from 10.30am to 2.30pm on Sunday and public holidays, and for dinner daily from 6.30pm to 10pm.
(Image credit: The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur)
French perfumer Goutal Paris celebrates its 40th anniversary this month at Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur, where the brands have collaborated on an exclusive afternoon tea set. Executive Pastry Chef Fodil Baghal has created a 12-piece set centred around a palatable replica of Maison Goutal’s iconic Boule Papillon. The dessert has flavours of rose, pear and vanilla mousse, inspired by the fragrance itself.
The Goutal Paris 40th Anniversary Afternoon Tea Set (RM188+ for two people) is available for takeaway and delivery from 6 to 30 September 2021. Orders include a complimentary Goutal Paris RM50 cash voucher and Goutal Paris Tenue De Soiree 5ML.
(Image credit: Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur)
Nobu Kuala Lumpur has reopened for dine-in as it introduces the latest, a ‘Signature Creations For Two’ menu of six courses for each. It begins with Nobu staples like Yellowtail Sashimi with Jalapeno and Sashimi Salad, and follows highlights such as handpicked sushi by Executive Chef, Philip Leong, Angus Beef Tenderloin with Soba Risotto, Lobster Somen, and Nobu’s rich Signature Cheesecake.
Signature Creations For Two by Nobu Kuala Lumpur is priced at RM428++ (or RM798++ with sake and wine) and is available from 1 to 30 September 2021.
(Image credit: Nobu Kuala Lumpur)