Sunday, August 07, 2005

KL Nightlife Listing


2 Jalan Tengah,
Off Jalan Raja Chulan
Tel: 03 2141 7871
The design of Aero club is a fusion of retro and futuristic styles. Western cuisine and a large selection of cocktails await you while you groove to classic lounge music.

TwelveSI, 12 Jalan Sultan Ismail
Tel: 03 2145 9198
As its name suggests, the club is one huge boom box emanating heart-stomping atmosphere from its Nexo sound system equipped bass-bins.

TwelveSI, 12 Jalan Sultan Ismail
Tel: 03 2145 9198
The club is a haven for the young, with plasma televisions splashed all over, pool and foosball tables. Patrons may relax on cushioned seating areas while sipping rare champagne cocktails from the Bar’s liquor selection. Barfly is a part of TwelveSI.

924 & 926 Jalan P. Ramlee
Tel: 03 2713 2333
Straight out of Ibiza comes a club with walls that swirl lava right in the middle of Kuala Lumpur. An island bar sits in the center of the place while dancers gyrate on a steel gangplank above it. There’re also plenty of lounge areas to relax in and a foosball table.

924 & 926 Jln. P.Ramlee
Tel: 03 2713 2333
At this club you’ll be assured of a fun time with live bands, liquors on promotion and themed parties every fortnight.

97 Jalan P Ramlee
Tel: 03 2166 9919
Beach Club looks like a scene right out of Hawaii with plenty of dried palm leaves covering the roofs and beach wood all around. Popular among clubbers.

12 Jalan Sultan Ismail
Tel: 03 2145 9198
Catering to the more mature corwd, Bliss is the softer version of the Atmosphere club downstairs. It’s perfect for those seeking a more intimate environment or relaxed drinking.

Lg Flr, Plaza Ampang
Tel: 03 2142 8588
The live pop-rock music here is what attracts the crowd. Sometimes you can spot rock stars amongst the audience.

175 Jln Maharajalela
Tel: 03 2141 8141
Serves delicious French and Italian Fare in a romantic olde world setting.

Central Plaza, Jalan Sultan Ismail
Tel: 03 2141 7888
Carnegie’s had been around in Hong Kong, Singapore, Perth and Taipei. Finally, it’s here in Kuala Lumpur. The bar features a strong theme of music with a more modern feel. This bar has a mezzanine floor with a glass bridge straddling the void in the upper floor. A great place for entertaining music and feel-good ambience.

Jalan Ampang
Tel: 03 2163 2632
Club De Macau has a luxurious decor that spans 20,000 square feet over two levels. Each room fits up to 30 people besides being elegantly furnished and equipped with the latest karaoke units and songs ranging from English, Malay, Chinese dialects and Japanese. Club de Macau also offers sensational snacks and a wide selection of beverages.

G/F Menara MAA
Jln Dewan Bahasa
Tel: 03 2144 9755
A great place to wind down after work, with pool tabes, big screen sports, and karaoke. Ladies nights are on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Renaissance Hotel
Tel: 03 2168 8880
The latest see and be seen exclusive joint for wannabees. RM30 cover on weekdays, Rm40 on weekends.

G-11, Maju Junction Mall, 1001, Jalan Sultan Isamil
Tel: 03 2772 8588
The Cotton Club Jazzaraunt is a classy jazz bar and restaurant that promises to be the right place to relax and unwind. The bar’s resident bands, Jazzy Chillerz and The Jazzperts will brighten up and soothe weary souls with their selection of swing and cool jazz tunes, while the Jazzaurant offers delectable Western contemporary cuisine served from an open kitchen.

12, Jalan P. Ramlee
Tel: 2162 8268
Deutsches Bierhaus is an authentic German restaurant complete with its hallmark cuisines and typical ambience. It’s perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy great food and real German lager in good company

Ampang Park
Tel: 03 2162 1399
Located at Ampang Park Shopping Centre, the Deluxe Nite Club is one of the most exciting spots in the city. The club comes with cozy private karaoke rooms and an excellent dance floor.

Jalan P. Ramlee
Tel: 03 2713 2333
Smack in the middle of Kuala Lumpur is the cool and classy pub, lounge and club. From the wooden feel of the red furniture to the neon lights that litter the glass walls, you'll feel the warmth of style in a cozy environment.

1st Floor, 3.04, Central Market Annexe, Jalan Hang Kasturi
Tel: 03 2026 5039
Formerly a Cineplex, the club retains some of its old architecture, including a ticket booth and silver screen. Resident DJs Jason and Fendi play a whole range of music from techno all the way up to disco. There’s plenty of space to dance on the floor that accommodates 400 people, and also plenty of bars to go around.

26 Jalan Ampang
Tel: 03 2171 1800
Elements is one of the coolest clubs around with plenty of guest DJs playing house music. The club is nicely organized into different dance and seating sections for good crowd control and flow.

No. 21, Jalan Mayang, off Jalan Yap Kwan Seng
Tel: 03 2166 1101
Decorated in true Latin-American style, El Nino offers Latin-American dining and entertainment. Vibrate to the music of Latin-American, retro and rhythm and blues all night long.

97 Jalan Sultan Ismail
Tel: 03 2142 6666
Cool and hip, Espanda has a club, dining area, lounge and garden that host events. A great place to hang out, the garden simply calls out for you to have a seat and chill. Red lights provide warmth and exude style throughout the well-furnished and posh-looking club.

51 Jln Sultan Ismail
Tel: 03 2145 1930
Always packed with expatriates and locals alike, this Irish pub is popular with the corporate set. Having Kilkenny on draught helps as well.

Hotel Equatorial
Tel: 03 2161 7777
Features an award winning design with a chic glowing bartop. Cascading water will lull you into a sense of calmness while you sip your favourite tipple.

102 & 104 Jalan Bukit Bintang
Tel: 03 2144 3892
Malaysia’s first ‘Funtheque’, the Captain’s Cabin hosts the whole gamut of club events, from live performances, contests, games and DJs to sports. Everyday of the week is a themed event with Thursdays catering for those in the automobile industry and Sundays for contractors.

SHC/T12 Bintang Steps, Star Hill Shopping Centre,Jalan Bukit Bintang
Tel: 03 2141 2122
Nestled in Bintang Walk, this pub has transparent walls of glass that give it a sort of ‘open’ atmosphere. Wine and dine at the bar, watch sports, play pool or sing to your heart’s content at the karaoke section upstairs.

Level 11, Grand Seasons Hotel 72, Jalan Pahang, Kuala Lumpur
A three-in-one outlet which occupies 10,000 square feet of space dominated by fun. A little mellow and you can even opt to play a game of pool. However, if you are looking to party the night away, pop in to the discotheque and groove to all the latest pop favourites and some all time classics. Karaoke lovers are not forgotten as there is a large selection of song available at the lounge.

G/F Rohas Perkasa
8 Jln Perak
Tel: 03 2166 0233
A casual dining restaurant with colourful contemporary art on its walls, a vast selection of sake and of course great Japanese food.

2 Jalan Sultan Ismail
Tel: 03 2144 4152
The internationally renowned Hard Rock Cafe attracts a massive crowd of locals and tourists. Live bands keep the place noisy and alive while weekends see some respite with DJs playing rhythm and blues music. There’s excellent American cuisine to try out and plenty of Hard Rock Cafe souvenirs and merchandise to buy.

Crowne Plaza Mutiara Hotel
Tel: 03 2145 0778
This fine dining restaurant actually turns into a club of sorts with the latest music and the who’s who crowd.
25 Jln Bukit Bintang
Tel: 03 2142 6113
Located next to the Royal Bintang Hotel, this museum longhouse with bamboo walls, lush jungle decor and ethnic wooden furniture opens to a courtyard sanctuary. Expect Sarawak Laksa, Kolo Mee, Sibu Claypot, Ang Chow Mee get the picture.

2.04 Mezzanine Central Market Annexe Jalan Hang Kasturi
Tel: 03 2026 1430
Fashionable and stylish, the Liquid Club attracts a colourful set of people. The club itself overlooks the Klang River but the fun part is of course meeting the friendly regulars.

18, Jln Delima
Tel: 03 2141 6772
How do you want your lobster done? And what wine, spirit, liquor or other beverage do you want to complement it? It’s your choice at the lobsterman,

Pacific Regency Hotel Apartments
Tel: 03 2332 7777
Located on the poolside rooftop of Menara Pan Global, this contemporary designer lounge offers a panoramic view of the KL skyline. Enjoy “dining under the stars” and unwind with “chill-out” music. Luna features an eclectic food menu, complemented by extensive wine selection and unique specialty cocktails.

B8, G Flr, KL Plaza
Tel: 03 2144 2131
Salsa, salsa and more salsa besides retro, dancehall reggae and R&B. The Spanish murals on the wall will certainly perk your spirits up.

9 Jln Pinang
Tel: 03 2116 9680
A stylish and cosy place featuring 2 floors, a piano bar and a lounge that opens outdoors 2 people-watch.

5, Jalan Sultan Ismail
Tel: 03 2170 6666
This is the club to be at for the hottest music and coolest DJs. The Nouvo club features many international guest DJs as well as Kuala Lumpur’s top DJs every month.

11, Jln Balai Polis
Tel: 03 2072 5915
Antique furniture which is for sale fill this quaint joint. Features live performances from amateur musicians.

1 Jalan Kia Peng
Tel: 03 2141 4929
The Orange Club plays some great soul music with rock bands playing on weekends.

Unit G003, Ground Flr,
KL Plaza Jalan Bukit Bintang
Tel: 03 2144 6602
Very popular club with locals and tourists, constantly packed on weekends. Many local and foreign artists perform on a regular basis. You may also sample American food and drinks or purchase some exclusive Planet Hollywood merchandise.

G/F Floor, PNB Darby Park
Jln Sultan Ismail
Tel: 03 7490 3333
A great little café serving a quick lunch and snacks for the harried office worker.

18-1, Jalan P Ramlee
Tel: 03 2141 8888
At Poppy, you have a selection of bars and restaurants to pick from. Bar Mandalay is perfect for you to unwind, while Havanita is the classy and exclusive lounge bar. Passion, the all-women operated lounge is spellbindingly sensual. The atmosphere is cozy, plush and inviting.

The Westin Kuala Lumpur,
Jalan Bukit Bintang
Tel: 03 2731 8333
Qba permeates a unique and romantic setting for a perfect night out. Relax and enjoy the perfect ambience with low-key lighting while sipping Qba’s extensive selection of boutique wines. From the magnificent interior to the live Latin band performances, Qba lets you have a taste of what is a multi-level Latin experience.

13 Jln Damai
Off Jln Ampang
Tel: 03 2142 5555
The appropriately named Rahsia (“secret” in bahasa Malaysia) is tucked away in a corner of Ampang and serves an eclectic mix of European, Indonesian and Nonya cuisines.

158 Jln Tun H S Lee
Tel: 03 2026 7960
A backpacker’s hangout, this little bohemian place offers free vodka and gin all night long if you’re female.

1 Jalan Pinang
Tel: 03 2148 0282
Rum Jungle is like an oasis in a desert of concrete and glass and steel. The Main Floor is where the crowd masses and the show begins. The food offered is a tribal fare with wholesome appeal. Listen to world music such as reggae, Latin, Spanish and even ethnic and tribal percussion.

Fortuna Hotel
87 Jln Berangan
Tel: 03 2144 8310
Arabian cuisine and more coffee than you can sample in a month of Sundays.

5 Jalan P. Ramlee
Tel: 03-2164 6666
Within the compound of Nouvo lies this cool club that plays commercial rhythm and blues hits and hip hop tunes.

1 Jln Kerja Air Lama, Ampang
Tel: 03 4256 9100
Set in a lovely old historic bungalow amidst lush natural greenery, this restaurant oozes charm and romance while serving Vietnamese, Cambodian and Laotian cuisine. Popular with the expats living nearby.

Jln 1, Taman Tun Abdul Razak,
Ampang Jaya
Tel: 03 4256 9300
Sister outlet to Tamarind Hill, and virtually set amongst the tree-tops of the forest that surrounds it, this is a unique dining experience. Features a red “Buddha Bar”as well. Serves Vietnamese, Cambodian and Laotian cuisine. Again, popular with the expats living nearby.

138 Jln Bukit Bintang
Tel: 03 2142 8585
Popular with middle-eastern tourists, this Lebanese restaurant does good baked bread.

Wisma Tong Ah, No. 1, Jalan Perak
Tel: 03 2161 6898
Well known as a club with a saucy reputation, and worth a visit for those who like their action naughty and rowdy. This Thai/Western discotheque is heavily packed daily.

Hilton Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 2264 2501
One of the latest and hottest bars in KL, Zeta Bar is modern and hip, and takes the best from London’s original nightclub scene. The bar’s “mixology” beverage concept has been brought over from the original Zeta Bar in London. Get yourself entertained by live performances and talented DJs. Zeta Bar is a definite place for the chic and trendy.

113 Jalan Ampang
Tel: 03 2171 1997
The most happening club in Kuala Lumpur, the structure of Zouk takes on a futuristic theme with plenty of white shades and round angles. The Mainroom fits up to 2000 people easily while a terrace bar fronts Jalan Ampang. Also check out the Velvet Underground, sister to the Mainroom for cocktails and cool funk and jazz music.


3 Jln Ceylon
Tel: 03 2031 3575
Hard to miss for its purple walls. Fine dining offers the best of Malay cuisine.

4 Jln Ceylon
Tel: 03 2031 3848
This casual dining restaurant has undergone more changes and shifted more times than a cat has lives. Great ambience and killer top hats or “pie tee”

40 Changkat Bukit Bintang
Tel: 03 2141 9924
A British owned pub serving local beers like Tiger, Heineken and imported Kilkenny. Their restaurant, Gaslight, serves plenty of traditional British fare. A great mix of local and foreign pubgoers throng the pub till late hours.

25 Cangkat Bukit Bintang
Tel: 03 2144 3001
Frangipani Bar has a large selection of fine cocktails and shooters to choose from as you listen to the DJ spin house music. A fantastic place to hang out and get comfortable on fancy couches and chairs.

33 Changkat Bukit Bintang
Tel: 03 2145 2268
The pub takes a page right out of Cuba, inspired by books from the famous writer Ernest Hemingway. Latin music dominates and the walls are adorned with monochrome photos depicting Cuban city life. Crowds of locals, expatriates and middle-aged folks mingle at this cozy location.

27 Tengkat Tong Shin
Tel: 03 2143 2287
Nonya fare served the way grandma would have prepared it. A good selection of wines and a small chill-out area complete the picture.

2 Jln Sahabat
Tel: 03 2144 7170
This veteran of Cangkat Bukit Bintang is decorated with everything Cuban and has a walk-in Cigar Humidor, a well stocked bar and good food, especially the Cuban Roll.

14 Cangkat Bukit Bintang
Tel: 03 2142 7633
Casual dining restaurant with a daily selection of fresh-baked bread and a well-stocked wine celler.

31 Tengkat Tong Shin
Tel: (03) 21426368
The original Spanish Tapas bar that many have come to love continues to remain a faithful ambassador of the Spanish culinary tradition and the vast selection of wines and liqueurs can be enjoyed in this relaxed setting. Tuck into the BIG breakfast at La Bodega KL every weekend from 10am – 5pm.

6, Tengkat Tong Shin
Mob: 016 6868945
Expect to find fine authentic Indian cuisine in a warm and relaxed ambience. Wines are available to complement your food, or opt for an ice-cold beer in the open-air lounge and people-watch.

25 Tengkat Tong Shin
Tel: 2144 1225
Features Vietnamese food and a killer mango salad.

36 Cangkat Bukit Bintang
Tel: 03 2144 3378
A great little bar that features live jazz music during weekends. The décor upstairs is mainly rugby merchandise, while the dining area has a zen feel to it.



50, Jalan Doraisamy, Asian Heritage Row
Tel: 03 2691 1088
Bar Blonde is different from its neighbouring clubs and restaurants, with its stark white walls, high ceiling and designer furniture. Bar Blonde offers a relaxing atmosphere and exotic local cuisine, warm appetizers and a small but quality range of spirits, wines and soft drinks.

62 – 64, Asian Heritage Row, Jalan Doraisamy
Tel: 03 2697 1180
Oriental-themed Bar Savanh is a great place to unwind. The place is decorated with Buddhist sculptures, long opium den style sofas and a fish pond. The mystique ambience is accentuated by candle and incense. Music is subtle, encouraging conversation.

64 Jln Doraisamy
Tel: 03 2697 1180
Casual Vietnamese chic has never been so hip and happening. Packed with wannabees.

56 Jln Doraisamy
Tel: 03 2691 8768
This Portuguese themed outlet serves authentic fare in a relaxed ambience.
42, Jln Doraisamy
Asian Heritage Row
Tel: 03 2697 7999
Austin Powers would feel right at home here. Great little bar and restaurant ideal for chilling out after a hard days work.
Jln Doraisamy
Asian Heritage Row
Tel: 03 2692 0992
The bright purple colour hits you right away. Done up in a grand royal style with deep red and purple, flickering candles and with attentive service from the staff, Palacio offers an enjoyable dining experience indeed.

60 Jln Doraisamy
Tel: 03 2694 9724
Turkish food and beverages, décor, rugs and the ubiquitous aromatic shisha in a casual setting.

52, Jalan Doraisamy
Tel: 03 2698 6357
The ambience here is warm and cosy with an ethnic feel. Expect good food here; The chefs are flown in from different regions of India. Stir your emotions with their selection of Classic Rock and R&B hits from the 70s-80s while you unwind at the unique sculpted long bar that greets you at the patio.

48 Jalan Doraisamy
Tel: 03 2693 2260
One of the latest to open at Asian Heritage Row, The Ivy attempts to revive old English classics in a cosy and intimate environment. From its décor to the food served, you won’t be disappointed if you’re an English fan. If you love English music too, join The Ivy’s “An English Affair” every Wednesday after 10pm. A bottle of Chivas or JW Black Label will cost you RM250 nett.

34, 36, 38 & 40, Jalan Doraisamy
Tel: 03 2691 5668
Housed in this four-shoplot massive loft space are Mezzanote, a trendy fine dining restaurant offering traditional and modern Italian cuisine, and Tokyo Tei, an upscale Japanese bistro that serves sushi and various traditional and modern Japanese cuisines. Upstairs, a large open club lounge on the first floor offers early loungers upbeat tunes and late night clubbers music that will work up lots of sweat and grind.



3 Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2282 7242
Contemporary pop hits blare from the speakers at Absolute Chemistry while patrons pump themselves up with shots of vodka. The club has a clean decor and a dance area for partygoers.

29A Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2284 2881
Alexis has a trendy design and atmosphere that emanates both chic and class. The bar is lit with a light purple hue while patrons dance to a selection of acid-jazz music. There are comfortable sofas and coffee tables for large groups and for those wanting fresh air, a balcony that overlooks the Telawi street area.

11 Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2283 6833
Decked in bright red, Bar Flam continues to pack in the crowd, especially expatriates and women. The bar cum restaurant offers a large assortment of fine food and an array of cocktails, wines and beer.

33 Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2283 1898
The club boasts a Middle-East feel with plenty of drapes, rugs, cushions and pillows all over the place. This is a great place to relax throughout the night as soft and popular songs fill the air.

5, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2284 8909
Canteena is undoubtedly the Bangsar institution. A favourite haunt of long-tme residents who always have an entertaining story to tell.

11 & 15, Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2284 1310
Presenting a unique concept, Club 11:15 is fantasy-oriented. The Pharmacy is not easily forgotten; with names such as ‘Cardiac Arrest’, expect ‘roller coaster’ music played up and down all night. Order a “Stuffy Nose”, an ‘alcoholic remedy’ served by a waitress in a nurse’s uniform. You get the idea.

6 Jalan Telawi 5, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 22849024
Packed to the brim on weekends, Finnegan's is a fantastic place to hang out for a different feel from local pubs. On football match days, expect lots of shouting, drinking and bucket loads of fun from the cheery patrons of Finnegan's.

32A, Jalan Telawi 5, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2282 1226
Geez Spot belongs to a Malaysian rally champion, which explains why there are plenty of drivers in the house. This is a dance club from 11pm onwards, with house DJs playing dance music.
One Bangsar
68B Jln Ara
Bangsar Baru
Tel: 03 2282 1111
A reterat from the noise and heat as this place is perched high on the hill anshas a tranquil courtyard. Offers Traditional Japanese fare like Sushi, Sashimi and grilled and barbequed items.

7, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2287 2260
Named after a scenic waterfall in South America, the club has a special tapas menu. There are also plenty of comfortable chairs to sit on in a warm environment that emanates South American charm.

12 Jalan Telawi 5, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2284 1624
A German pub in Bangsar that caters mostly to expatriates, especially Germans wanting to catch up with the latest news and gossip from home.

16 Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2287 8318
Chic and hip, this Spanish themed outlet serves some good tapas along with a fine selection of red and white wines. Be sure to check out the newly opened La Bodega Lounge for some good music and plush surroundings.

Pavilion 6 (1st Floor) 63C-1, Jalan Ara
Tel: 03-2166 6680
This is another fine restaurant with a lounge to sip and chat. Enjoy a range of drinks at the lounge in a refreshing environment filled with glass panes.

16 Jalan Telawi 5, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2283 3886
A neo-Japanese styled bar right in the middle of Bangsar. Select and enjoy a wide range of sake.

32 Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar Baru
Tel: 03 2282 0722
Similar to a British pub, Ronnie Q’s has a nice and noisy atmosphere with plenty of cheerfully loud customers that compete with the radio music. For a good conversation with friends at a happening place, visit Ronnie Q’s.

18, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2284 0403
Drop by T. Club to relax and have good food. Frequented by professionals, this 6-year-old bar and bistro is well known for its best-selling Mutton Curry and Chicken Masala served with bread. Enjoy slow music as you catch up with friends, then liven things up with the after-11pm house music.

1 Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2284 3168
A swank club located at the corner of Jalan Telawi 3, the club boasts some fine cocktails and other fancy alcoholic drinks. It’s very popular through the day and night for its classy appeal and fashionable décor.

2, Jalan Telawi 4, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2284 9895
This corner bar cum restaurant has a lot to offer. Less expensive than most outlets, you could have a jug of Carlsberg Draught for RM25 net. The food served here is Spanish and Mexican. Music played downstairs is strictly R&B and Hip Hop while the music played upstairs is Latin and Retro.

33 Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2283 1898
The club is decked in red and decorated with oriental elements. Antique tables and chairs provide places for visitors to sit and relax as they sample the unique drinks of the club.

57-59 Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2282 2260
The Social is a great place to unwind with friends or play pool. Contemporary pop hits play over the airwaves while a young crowd mingles around. The variety of food here both local and international, is truly enjoyable.

22, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2284 3242
This Japanese bistro not only serves sushi and sashimi, but is linked to ARTalk Gallery. Order their best-selling Sizzling Ox Tongue or Sizzling Salmon, and you will not be disappointed. They also serve kobe beef, hence the number of Japanese which frequent this bistro.

31 Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, Bangsar
Tel: 03 2287 3810
Conferred the Award of Excellence by Wine Spectator both this year and last, Vintages needs no introduction for those who appreciate fine wine. The food served here is Asian European and jazz music is usually played over the airwaves.



28 Jalan Sri Hartamas 8, Desa Sri Hartamas
Tel: 03 6201 0318
European football paraphernalia adorn the ceilings and walls of this cozy club. This is a great place to chill out while you listen to live music, classic tunes all the way up to modern rock hits.

14 Jalan 24/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas
Tel: 03 2300 1067
Bar Amber now comes with an alcoholic smoothies bar, wireless internet surfing and great coffees. A spiral staircase takes you up to Amber Lounge for a night of great music, food and beverages.

Lot TT4512, Jalan 23/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas
Tel: 03 6201 8628
Breakers is located right above Dragon Bar, and is full of pool and foosball tables to occupy those into sports. Deli food is served while patrons watch the sports channel on TV sets all over the club.

76 Jalan 27/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas
Tel: 03 2300 0744
At Cristro’s, Italian, Mediterranean and Spanish delicacies are served along with an array of reasonably priced beer and alcohol. The outdoor seating area has a large screen for football matches during the season, perfect for the avid Premier League fan.

Lot PT 4512, Jalan 23/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas
Tel: 03 6201 7898
The Mediterranean beach facade here belies the huge warehouse-styled club that lies inside. The DJ spins popular dance tunes for yuppies from an elevated platform high above the dance floor.

G Flr, Lot 45771
Desa Sri Hartamas
Tel: 03 2300 1178
Mexican inspired restaurant with a cheery, fun inspired warm and homey feel. Al-fresco seating comes with a view of the main street. Has a live band as well.

70, Jalan 27/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas
Tel: 03 2300 0548
With a reputation for great food, good beer and ample parking, Finnegan’s Sri Hartamas is popular among familes and yuppies alike.

37, Jalan 23/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas
Tel: 03-6203 5262
The name of the bar refers to football matches being played on either home ground or away. English Premier League paraphernalia decorate the walls but a trophy cabinet is the main centerpiece of the place. Nothing beats a bar that has its regulars screaming and cheering on their favourite soccer teams.

SOHOSPICE 9 Jln Setiapuspa Bukit Damansara Tel: 03 2092 2345 Although new, Sohospice is owned and operated by a veteran in the F&B business and has got the perfect mix of great ambience, fair pricing, a good product (read: the food's good!) and plenty of parking. The weekend brunch is highly recommended (for the review, hit the green "delicious" button)

20 Jalan 30/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas
Tel: 03 2300 1955
Souled Out has been going strong for years where other bars have faded into the background. A large outside compound enables guests to chat in the breeze or watch football on a large TV screen. Upstairs is where the dance area is located. A variety of cuisine is served for dinner along with a nice range of alcoholic drinks.

22-1, Jalan 24/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas
Tel: 03 2300 8385
The Orange is more of a restaurant within a comfortable environment. Jazz and rhythm and blues music fill the air as patrons dine on soups and pasta dishes.


Lot 146, Level 1, The Curve, Damansara Mutiara Tel: 012 2201 426 Authentic Indian fare in a unique and comfortable setting, complete with a charming gazebo-like terrace that features al-fresco dining and a live band.

The Curve, Mutiara Damansara
Tel: 03 7725 1837
At Slippery Senoritas, enjoy authentic Latin cuisine while listening to the tunes of the bistro’s resident live band, or dance the night away to some rock music by DJ Fresh. Ladies Night is on Tuesdays and Thursdays; if you’re into Retro music, Wednesday is the day for you. Otherwise, drop by on Sunday for the bistro’s Tequila Party Nite.