Bangsar Dinner Places: 8 Must-Go Food Spots for Dinner in Bangsar

Bangsar Dinner Places: 8 Must-Go Food Spots for Dinner in Bangsar

Bangsar is one of the top hang out spots in the KL- Selangor area, and while it is known for its elite bars, it also has an abundance of food choices. Whether you’re looking for local delicacies or a more exquisite French cuisine, there’s always something for everyone in Bangsar. To help make your dinner choices easier, here are our 8 must-go food places for dinner for those who are looking to spend your evenings in Bangsar. 

  • Ril’s Steakhouse

Steak is always a good choice for dinner, although as simple as it sounds, not everyone can make a good steak. You need the best quality meat, the right amount of heat and a very delicious side dish to follow – everything that Ril’s Steakhouse offers to make your dinner a great one.

Location: 30, Jalan Telawi 5, Bangsar

  • Kaiju Company

One thing Malaysians love more than their local food is fusion food. At Kaiju you get to try dishes such as Tom Yam Udon, Aroi Cheese Tori Karaage and even a Guinness Ice Cream. Plus there’s an 8-feet Dragon that hangs off the ceiling to make your dinner feel even more oriental.

Location: 29, Jalan Riong, Bangsar

  • Yeast Bistronomy

If you are not familiar with French cuisine, this is the place to be. Using traditional French ingredients like Saffron, goat’s cheese and wine, you’ll find things that intrigue you here. Perhaps you want to try the escargot, or maybe you’re interested in trying their fries with truffle oils? No matter how adventurous you are or how safe you are, Yeast Bistronomy will leave you feeling satisfied for sure.

Location: 24G, Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar

  • Dancing Fish

There is no better food than local food done right. Combining Indonesian and Malaysian flavours, you’d definitely want to dine in here if you love home food that is served with world-class delivery. The star of the dish is its Fish that is always served to look like its flying – fits the name if you ask us.

Location: Lot T120, 121 & 122 285, 3rd Floor, Bangsar Shopping Centre

  • The Ming Room

If you think this is a Dim Sum restaurant, you’re definitely on the right track. However, the Ming Room’s dinner speciality is their authentic Cantonese cuisine served with fine dining style. This is definitely the place to be for celebrations.

Location: T109 & T111A, Bangsar Shopping Centre

  • Shelley Yu’s

You don’t have to go all the way to Melaka to get a taste of authentic Baba Nyonya cuisine, just head to Shelley Yu’s for dinner. Enjoying an extensive Malaccan menu from Ikan Goreng Cili to Pai Tea in an ambience that feels like you’re in the modern twist of the Baba Nyonya era, why would you not want to have dinner here?

Location: 49, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru

  • Alexis Bistro

Alexis needs no introduction to avid Bangsar goers. Its menu is pretty simplistic but its execution is always right. Crowd favourites include their Sarawak Laksa, Kerabu Fried Rice and their Bucatini Carbonara. Pair it up with a glass of house wine, and this is the place to be.

Location: 29, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru

  • N97

In the daytime, you wouldn’t even realise this restaurant is around but make your way here for dinner and you’ll see why it’s all the rave. Its speciality is its Tomahawk steak but other than steak, they also have other menus that are worth trying like their Blue Cheese Cauliflower soup or their White Molten Cake with Strawberry Basil.

Location: 9, Lorong Kurau, Bangsar

There you go, 8 must-try dinner places in Bangsar and we hope this list has made your decision easier! You can also check out our article on delicious dessert spots in Bangsar by clicking here

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Article Written By Evans

Evans Hu is a foody at heart. He is always on the look out to explore best places to dine in Klang Valley. When he’s free, he often goes on a “culinary trip” out of Klang Valley with his friends and family.

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