EAT­ING WELL AT THE WESTIN KL

Time Out Malaysia Visitors Guide - - KL & SURROUNDS -

While ad­mit­tedly it’s ad­mit­tedly hard to main­tain healthy eat­ing while on the road, there are pos­si­ble ways that will ease your wor­ries when it comes down to the food we eat.

Here’s where Westin Ho­tels & Re­sorts come in. A lead­ing brand in the hos­pi­tal­ity in­dus­try, Westin is the first ho­tel brand to come up with a Su­per­Foods-fo­cused menu – a col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween Westin and Su­perFood­sRx. The menu in­cor­po­rates su­per­foods that are known for be­ing rich in an­tiox­i­dants and phy­tonu­tri­ents as well as help im­prove longevity and well-be­ing – like fruits, veg­eta­bles, grains and pro­teins – into most of The Westin KL’s dishes.

And at The Westin KL, you’ll never run out of op­tions of where to eat. First, there’s the all-day din­ing restau­rant The Liv­ing Room. Here is where you can in­dulge in the Westin Sig­na­ture Breakfast – which is chock-full of su­per­foods – un­der an im­pres­sive glass sun burst sculp­ture on the ceil­ing. The restau­rant serves lav­ish buf­fets, ex­ten­sive à la carte menus as well as week­end high teas.

The Westin KL is also home to the award-win­ning Ital­ian restau­rant, Prego. Sam­ple rus­tic home-style Ital­ian flavours with gourmet piz­zas baked in a wood-fired stone ter­razza oven and homemade pasta in re­laxed set­tings over­look­ing the bustling Bukit Bin­tang.

For a bit of an Asian flair, head over to Five Sen5es for a se­lec­tion of au­then­tic Can­tonese cui­sine. They serve up a range of scrump­tious dim sum and lo­cal Can­tonese dishes, and the open wok kitchen al­lows you to watch your food be­ing pre­pared.

Fi­nally, if you’re look­ing to just rest and re­lax in the af­ter­noon check out Splash. This pool­side restau­rant is per­fect for loung­ing around while munch­ing on snacks or sip­ping hand­crafted Asian-in­spired cock­tails. The Westin Kuala Lumpur 199 Jalan Bukit Bin­tang, KL (+603 2731 8333/ thewestinkualalumpur.com).

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Malaysia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.