Best Places for Supper in KL

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Supper by definition is a light snack in the later evening, but us Malaysians, we don’t do things by definition. No matter what people say, there is just something about having a meal in the dead of the night; it’s cooler, most of your friends only come to life at night, and because when the sun goes away, then only we would go out and play. When those late night cravings hit, finding a good place to dine may not sound as easy, unless you are the resident night owl. With that said, do scroll down and you'll discover a list of places worth visiting after dark.

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    Restoran Mishaltit

    Looking for a middle eastern restaurant for supper? Restoran Mishaltit has got you covered. At Restoran Mishaltit, there are tons of middle eastern food for you to select. One of the standout dishes is the Mishaltit, which has some combination of vegetables, meats and mushroom. It taste a little spicy, which makes you craves for even more.

    Tips

    Best shared with friends and families.

    Things to expect

    Great explosive taste

    Best with

    Smoothie

    Price

    RM17.00 to RM19.00

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    There’s nothing like having a few sticks of yakitori and a swig of sake at the very end of the day. The people responsible at Torii understand this very well, thus making sure there are a lot of yakitori options; 35 to be exact (which include sirloin, meatballs, escargot, squid, salmon and ox tongue to name a few). What’s great about the yakitori here is that it’s given the right amount of care. As a result, every stick (or piece for that matter) is incredibly succulent and full of flavour. What’s also great is that there’s also sushi, sashimi, and many other items that will leave you even more spoilt for choice during supper.

    Tips

    Try as many variety of yakitori possible as opposed to sticking to a limited few.

    Things to expect

    Western influenced yakitori is also available.

    Best with

    Sake and whiskey help to replicate the izakaya experience

    Price

    RM5.00 to RM25.00

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    8, Jalan Batai, Bukit Damansara, 50490, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan of Kuala Lumpur
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    0320113798

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    11:30AM—02:30PM
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    05:00PM—01:00AM
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