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Embrace the Latin spirit with a hearty-meaty Brazilian Rodizio grill dinner. Grilled premium cuts of meat, sausages, and seafood speared on large skewers will be served to the table.
Must try: We’d recommend the Brazilian Costeláo–a six-hour slow roasted beef ribs with homemade spice paste and homemade “barbie” sauce.
Also try: Other dishes to try include the picanha, boneless lamb leg and the “piri-piri” chicken wing.
The Westin, Kuala Lumpur
A Japanese-accented tapas (japas) restaurant – fun, whimsical and full of surprises, you will never run out of things to say.
Must-try: Manga Crab - soft-shell crab with coriander vinaigrette with turmeric mayo over a plate artistically printed with edible charcoal mayo.
Also try: 1000 year old Cypress Smoked Yellowtail Nigiri, World’s Juiciest Lambchop and Gozilla’s Breath.
Work@Clearwater, Damansara Heights
Ultra modern Cantonese cuisine in an elegant setting with creative ways to blend Chinese and Western ingredients.
Must try: Truffle-smoked duck - crispy roasted juicy duck infused with truffle oil.
Also try: Wok-fried sticky rice with Canadian scallops, soft shell crab with oatmeal and salted egg yolk.
A modern Thai-Japan fusion dining–casual, unpretentious with a dash of glitter.
Must-try: Cracked coconut dessert–just look at how beautiful it is! Best of all, everything is edible including the coconut husk.
Also try: Crispy baby squid, Emperor Bun and Torched Sunrise Tuna.
Work@Clearwater, Damansara Heights/Publika
This place offers a sophisticated new concept interior which combines the luxurious and intimately sensual bar setting (Beauty) with a raw and refined contemporary restaurant (Beast).
Must-try: A definite must-have is their meticulously selected Wagyu steak grilled to perfection with their Josper Oven, one of the very few available machines in Malaysia that combine grill and oven works on 100 percent charcoal heat.
Get everyone together and celebrate Mum with contemporary Chinese cuisine.
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