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

In the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s cen­tral business dis­trict, the Sher­a­ton Im­pe­rial KL is a stately ho­tel that im­presses with its el­e­gant Asian ar­chi­tec­ture and three award-win­ning restau­rants. For the world trav­eller, Essence lays out a spread of sump­tu­ous treats that tran­scends bor­ders. Across the ex­ten­sive buf­fet and nine live cook­ing sta­tions, there are de­lights from Malaysia, In­dia, China, Thai­land, Mex­ico, Ja­pan and Europe. An im­pe­rial din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence can be had in the splen­did Ce­les­tial Court, a Chi­nese restau­rant that glows with gold and red ac­cents and prof­fers fa­mil­iar Can­tonese fare a la carte as well as a su­perb se­lec­tion of dim sum, which re­ally comes to the fore on Sun­day when guests can en­joy an ‘’All-You­Can-Eat” dim sum brunch. For warm Ital­ian am­bi­ence, com­plete with a wood-burn­ing oven, the pic­turesque Villa Danieli is an invit­ing choice. In this free­stand­ing Tus­canstyle villa, dishes burst with au­then­tic flavours and fresh in­gre­di­ents.

Just in the mood for a snack? The slick Toastina Café & Bar is a trendy yet ca­sual place to un­wind with some­thing from the en­tic­ing ar­ray of sweets and pas­tries or a healthy soup or salad. At the bar, try a glass or two from the wide va­ri­eties of whiskys or a full-flavoured im­ported beer along­side a Cuban cigar. As the evening pro­gresses, move to Pavil­ions Lounge, Sher­a­ton Im­pe­rial KL’s in­ti­mate cigar lounge where live mu­sic is the sooth­ing back­drop to in­dul­gence in a full se­lec­tion of in­ter­na­tional beers, cham­pagne, fine wines and spir­its. Jalan Sul­tan Is­mail (03 2717 9900 / www.sher­a­ton­im­pe­ri­

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