3 March 2014,
If you are constantly asking yourself ‘where to eat’ then let us help take that burden off your shoulders as we traipse around town to uncover places which offer not only a feast for the stomach but the eyes as well.
In 2004, Delicious started out as a cosy tearoom in 1 Utama Shopping Centre. Even though its location was not prominent, news of its delicious wholesome food spread like wildfire through word-of-mouth. Since then, its menu has blossomed into a veritable treasure house of western and local favourites and satisfies the palates of its diners from breakfast till late supper.
With the growing number of outlets throughout Malaysia, Delicious has established a strong identity with the use of their signature turquoise colour as well as birdcages and the interiors of the cafes all boast an aura of airiness and openness.
Bangsar Village II, Dua Residency,
Johor Bahru City Square, Mid Valley Megamall,
One Utama, Setia City Mall, St Mary Place,
Straits Quay, Sunway Pyramid, Singapore Scotts Square
Located along the historic Macalister Road, Macalister Mansion promises a quirky and sophisticated new lifestyle destination to relax and unwind.
The name Macalister Mansion honours Sir Norman Macalister, one of the first British Governors of Penang (then known as Prince of Wales Island) from 1808 – 1810. Sir Norman Macalister also gave his name to Macalister Road, where the boutique hotel is situated.
228 Macalister Road,
10400 George Town,
T + 604 2283 888
M + 6012 632 7729
F + 604 2283 883
Following the opening of the first Renoma Café Gallery in Paris, Renoma Cafe Gallery extends its presence right in the very heart of Kuala Lumpur. Renoma Café Gallery is a showcase for the philosophy of Maurice Renoma., The Stylist, Designer and Scenographer, always in sync with the latest fashion and design trends; he enrobes this space in his visionary and sometimes scandalous imagery.
Renoma Café Gallery exudes a chic sensuality oozing with provocative Parisian flair. Inspired by the French New Wave period, Mr.Renoma emphasised this era of pop art with the interior designs playing a major role in every aspect of the dining experience.
Lot 510, Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.