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Best F&B Outlets in Damansara Heights

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Don’t worry, you will not go hungry in Damansara Heights as it is a real foodies heaven where you can eat and dine all day and night. Here are some recommended restaurants below!

01. Blonde

01. Blonde

Blonde is one of the latest additions to the Serai Group family that started in 1990 with over 10 restaurants all over Klang Valley. Celebrating decadent food both sweet and savoury, the breakfast, lunch and dinner menu is specially curated by Chef Najib — highlighting fine comfort food with a hint of Asian flavours. Enjoy these dishes with refreshing mocktails or coffee that’s sourced and brewed at its own roaster.

02. Sushi Kazu

02. Sushi Kazu

Sushi Kazu serves the Edomae style of sushi for which chef Shibata’s home city of Tokyo is known (Tokyo was named Edo until 1868), characterised by seafood that’s carefully treated – aged, marinated, pickled or even parboiled – to bring out more depth and dimensions compared to straightforward fresh fish. It’s the style that chef Shibata has carried with him wherever he’s worked, from Hong Kong to Johannesburg, bringing a distinctive, dynamic flourish to everything from filefish to flounder.

03. Flour

03. Flour

Established in 2017, Flour invites you to its establishment in Damansara Heights with open arms to try the comforting flavours of Indian cuisine. Dining at Flour is a hearty affair but it’s never complete without having its rice dishes that are all taken to the next level. Flour serves its take on North Indian Biryani that’s chock-full of tender meat that’s marinated in yoghurt alongside other palatable Indian cuisine from curries and rogan josh to an assortment of breads. All dishes are highly recommended and go best with a side of palak paneer and a cup of hot chai. 

04. A Li Yaa

04. A Li Yaa

If you’re in Damansara Heights, head over to Aliyaa Island Restaurant & Bar, a place where you embark on a journey of exotic flavours and spices. Be prepared to be amazed by the wonderful surprises you encounter along the way as you come along on your culinary travels into Sri Lankan cuisine. Here, you’ll be able to savour the Sri Lankan Crabs as well as a bevy of delightful dishes that are mildly spicy and comforting.

05. Nam

05. Nam

Nam Restaurant is an excellent complement to its neighbours in Republik. The kitchen offers a tasty variety of traditional dishes mixed with original creations. The trio of settings provide choice in seating and the possibility of bringing wine corkage-free on Thursday evenings is a deal not to be missed.

Reasons to visit Nam Restaurant Republik: a solid menu offering the classics for traditionalists and some creative recipes for the more adventurous; must try to the Roast Chicken Rice, Nam Beef Pho with Short Ribs, Aromatic Crispy Duck Banh Xeo and the Peanut & Lemongrass Choux; free corkage Thursday nights.

06. Playte

06. Playte

Three young chefs Brendon Chen, Kae Huey and Sharon Aidid ventured on a culinary adventure through Playte that checks the boxes as a restaurant that champions locavorism. Dishes are exquisite and refined, presented in beautifully crafted plates that promise enough theatrics for the eyes and the palate. Whether it is for breakfast, lunch or dinner (the first two is branded under the name Eggy), you’ll be able to enjoy specialty dishes that are both creative and promising — especially when you have someone like chef Brendon who has cut his teeth in Taiwan’s Mume and Nadodi KL commanding the kitchen.

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