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

When night falls, head to Changkat Bukit Bin­tang, the most hap­pen­ing street for the young and the trendy. Su­traa, Why Not and Temp­ta­tions are prac­ti­cally in­sti­tu­tions in this iconic wa­ter­ing hole of KL with a reg­u­lar crowd of well-heeled lo­cals and in­ter­na­tional trav­ellers vis­it­ing for the great happy hour deals, ex­cit­ing live en­ter­tain­ment (live band at Su­traa and DJ’s at the other out­lets) and friendly bustling at­mos­phere.

Down South, there’s the Olive Kitchen & Bar in Jo­hor, where the fun mu­sic playlist, great at­mos­phere and de­li­cious North­ern In­dian din­ing deals act as crowd mag­net. Olive Kitchen & Bar was also re­cently awarded the HAPA GAB Award for Best Prod­uct Qual­ity.

After drinks, it’s time for some din­ing with the stylishly ap­pointed Restau­rant The Olive Tree with 2 out­lets lo­cated in Sri Har­ta­mas and Jalan P Ram­lee in KL. The Olive Tree is well known for some of the bet­ter au­then­tic North­ern In­dian restau­rants in the city, serv­ing up fra­grant and de­li­cious dishes such as Chicken Tikka Masala, Lamb Rack Masala, and Prawn Shaslik.

Short­listed as Best In­dian Cui­sine in the Time Out Food Awards a few years ago, this restau­rant and bar group is con­stantly ex­pand­ing with the sub­se­quent open­ings of other out­lets such as the Olive Kitchen & Bar in Pe­nang, plus an up­com­ing Beach Bar also in Pe­nang later this year.

Trust­ing in the fact that va­ri­ety is the key to mak­ing cus­tomers happy, they have kept true to their vi­sion with their multi-con­cept open­ings through­out Malaysia. So if you’re crav­ing for some spicy In­dian dishes with a pint of ice-cold beer, you’ll know where to go. (www.the­o­live­

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