Food,  Living

Noteworthy Places To ‘Nom Nom’ At Avenue K

Fresh, new and looking quite awesome in Fuschia – Avenue K is set to wow the crowds! But can they do so food-wise?

The simple answer is – Yes!

Going into details, the newest ‘It’ place in town certainly has a lot to offer; a great quality that is also easily noticeable in their food department. The reason we say this is simple – Avenue K is filled with uncommon restaurants and cafes.

While regular joints such as Starbucks and Johnny Rockets are still around, it can’t be denied that Avenue K’s food directory is mostly made up of rarer Food and Beverage offerings not often found in other malls. And well, we think it’s pretty self-explanatory that this attractive factor of theirs will pull in foodies and mall rats near and far.

Without further ado, here are some noteworthy and nom nom (eating) options in Avenue K that you should try.


Believing in healthy bites, this café has taken to serve great coffee, comforting wholesome meals and beautifully moist homemade cakes. The environment is simply welcoming and Common Man coffee beans are their tools of choice. Whether it’s for a place to rest aching shopper’s feet or if you’re looking for a place to have lunch/dinner, Urbean is definitely a place to consider.

Bankara Ramen

Mastering the art of rich broth, springy noodles and perfectly executed side dishes, Bankara Ramen is definitely one of those ‘must try!’ restaurants for lovers of ramen or Japenese cuisine. For a more detailed review, click here (which also features the other yummy Ramen joint available in Avenue K  ).

Samba, Brazilian Steakhouse Churrascaria

What’s not to love about an all-you-can eat buffet that’s filed with meat, meat and more meat! The authentic Brazilian churrasco concept is introduced to KL with Samba. Whether it’s beef, mutton, shicken or seafood, be prepared to feast on a wide variety of barbequed delights.

Taste Enclave

Taking a number from the Hutong Lot 10, Taste Eclave is yet another non-halal food court. Donned with a beautiful interior, we recommend you to try their pan mee, chee cheong fan, chicken rice and Ais Kacang. Yes, they sound like usual food you can get anywhere, but trut us when we say that they are yummy!

WonderMama X

Brought to us by well-received Wonder Mama, this restaurant is one of the newest addition to Avenue K’s food scene. Specialising in asian fusion cuisine, this fun and quirky eatery is bound to please foodies who appreciate tantalising local delights like nasi lemak, otak otak cheese sandwich and maggie soup.

Tokyo Pastry 

Though a restaurant that serves cafe-centric food (e.g. croissant with salmon and an assortment of pasta options), the thing we love best about Tokyo Pastry is their baked goods. You just got to love their smooth Mille Crepe, rich cheese cakes, as well as interesting variety of buns like Lavender Yam and Walnut Red Bean. In fact, their buns are so tasty and addictive that we’re willing to make the drive to Avenue K just to get them. True story!

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