Starhill Gallery,

Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - EATING -

he def­i­ni­tion of classy is rede­fined in Starhill’s Feast Vil­lage. Lo­cated right in the heart of KL in a so­phis­ti­cated, lux­u­ri­ous, swanky set­ting, Feast Vil­lage prom­ises a unique and ex­quis­ite din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence for its visi­tors. Flaunt­ing a vil­lage charm with its in­te­rior, this es­tab­lish­ment plays host to 12 ex­cit­ing eater­ies that pay homage to Malaysia’s eth­nic di­ver­sity; Shook!, Tar­bush, Luk Yu Tea House, Pak Loh Chiu Chow, The Vil­lage Bar, Sen­ti­dos Ta­pas, Enak, Fish­er­man’s Cove, Ko­Ryo-Won, Royale Viet­nam, Jake’s Char­broil Steak and Khushi Spice.

Shook!, ar­guably be­ing the most prom­i­nent of the star-stud­ded list of es­tab­lish­ments in Feast Vil­lage, serves up a va­ri­ety of tan­ta­liz­ing del­i­ca­cies that con­stantly en­tice lo­cal res­i­dents, ex­pats, as well as Malaysian celebri­ties to this award-win­ning open con­cept kitchen; the very first of its kind in Malaysia. Shook! also plays host to the largest wine col­lec­tion in KL, along­side a live jazz band, promis­ing a lively at­mos­phere in the heart of the city.

Feast Vil­lage of­fers some­thing for ev­ery palate, be it fresh crus­taceanin­spired treats from the rus­tic Fish­er­man’s Cove, or tra­di­tional Chi­nese tea house cui­sine from Luk Yu Tea House; per­fect fol­low­ing a hec­tic shop­ping trip. In ad­di­tion, Tar­bush adds a touch of ex­otic Mid­dle Eastern flavour, serv­ing up mouth wa­ter­ing as­sort­ments of mezze dishes. Not to be left be­hind, Khushi Spice dishes out aro­matic In­dian del­i­ca­cies that would take din­ers to the Taj Ma­hal with­out them hav­ing to leave their seats, one bite at a time.

Feast Vil­lage presents a glo­ri­ous op­por­tu­nity for its din­ers to ex­pe­ri­ence the best of the very best, mak­ing this a must-visit for food con­nois­seurs out there.

181, Jalan Bukit Bin­tang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wi­layah Perseku­tuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (+60 3-2715 9000/www. starhill­gallery.com/din­ing_ list­ing.asp)

Eat­ing & Drink­ing 2015/2016

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