Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - KL & SURROUNDS -

Come for the views; stay for the cake. Lo­cated on the 38th floor of Grand Hy­att Kuala Lumpur, THIRTY8 un­veils breathtaking 360-de­gree views of the city with a flour­ish. THIRTY8 is well known for its af­ter­noon teas (try the sig­na­ture choco­late cake which gets full points for pre­sen­ta­tion with dry ice and all), as well as steaks, seafood, sushi, and gor­geous ren­di­tions of sashimi. For some­thing a lit­tle closer to home, JP Teres al­lows you to dine on roti canai and sip on teh tarik in style. The hum­ble menu in­cludes dishes such as chicken rice, ren­dang dag­ing and sam­bal udang petai – per­fectly Malaysian ac­com­pa­ni­ments for views of the iconic Twin Tow­ers. There’s some­thing spe­cial about pool­side din­ing – the very sight of azure blue wa­ters and cool­ing breezes makes your meal all the more re­lax­ing. Lo­cated next to Essa Spa and the 24-hour fit­ness cen­tre, Pool­side at Grand Hy­att Kuala Lumpur is open from 8.30am, serv­ing up light and healthy meals. The juice bar dis­penses fresh juices, smooth­ies and spe­cialty iced teas to keep you bright eyed and bushy tailed. If you need an im­pres­sive lo­ca­tion for your event, Sky Lobby Lounge at the build­ing’s top­most floor is the per­fect set-up, suit­able for up to 120 guests. 12 Jalan Pi­nang, KL (03 2182 1234/www. grand­hy­at­

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