H-G-04, The Hive, TREC,, Jalan Tun Razak, 54000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur (25.46 km)
55000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Best Italian Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur – Pasta, Pizza & More
Italian food is a love of ours and we’re fortunate that there are quite a number of great Italian restaurants in Kuala Lumpur. From family friendly to upscale and romantic, there are a solid number of choices. Wood-fired pizza, hand-made pasta, meticulous care of ingredients and, in general, a passion for sharing authentic Italian food in Kuala Lumpur tie them all together. Here are some of our favourite finds (in no particular order) in our list of:
Best Italian Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur
The Italian language is said to be one of the most romantic languages of them all and nothing beats their food, either! Be it pasta, pizza or even panna cotta, there’s at least one – if not more – Italian dish that we love! As Wolfgang Puck puts it, Italian food is all about the ingredients and it is usually fresh and wholesome from tomatoes to olives, to cheese and meat, as well as salads. So come join us on this journey for the Best Italian Restaurants in KL!
The very mention of kebab usually conjures images of meat being slowly roasted over a rotating spit, filling the air with the rich, smoky aroma of charred beef or lamb. A dish considered to be of Turkish origin, it is usually served in pita bread with tomato, onion, sumac, pickled cucumber and drizzled in sauces. This type of kebab is the Doner kebab, which is commonly sold as a fast-food item. There’s more to kebabs than just the Doner, with Shish kebab (skewered grilled meat) and Adana kebabi (minced-meat kebab), just to name a few. Spanning from the Levant to the Middle East and South Asia, each region has its unique variant of the kebab set with distinct flavours from the use of different ingredients and cooking methods.
Kuala Lumpur, also known as KL is the capital of Malaysia. The words Kuala Lumpur literally mean ‘Muddy Confluence’. The metropolis got this nickname because it was founded near the place where the rivers Klang and Gombak intersect (which you can still see just behind Merdeka Square). Over the years Kuala Lumpur grew into an important Asian city. Within Malaysia Kuala Lumpur is seen as the center of the country; ‘it happens all’ in KL. People from all areas within Malaysia come to KL to find jobs or do business. Tourist love the city as it has numerous great sights and attractions. Besides that there are simply too many choices when it comes to dining options. You can go shopping in one of the many modern shopping malls within the city center. Kuala Lumpur is the perfect destination for a short visit or stopover, but many tourists are drawn back to the great city during their travels through Malaysia.