In the heart of Kuala Lumpur lies the jewel of Bukit Bintang, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is an award-winning, premier shopping destination houses eight precincts to fulfill all your personalised indulgences. Experience the excitement of this retail haven with over 700 outlets offering the finest selections of shopping, dining and urban leisure. Read more to find out some of the top places to eat in Pavilion.
Tanyu is a grilled fish restaurant chain originated from Shenzhen, China. Their menu is mostly based on grilled fish where you can choose various types of broth with different level of spiciness. The dishes are served piping hot and the broth is amazing.
You’re definitely paying for the end-to-end experience and service. While you’re waiting for your seats at their entrance, they’ll serve you snacks, ice cream and herbal drinks. Many options of soup base are available here.
Celadon is the same group as Absolute Thai so the taste would be quite similar to Absolute Thai. They use premium ingredients here but their food is more on the spicy side.
Chongqing Yuanlaosi Hotpot has grown to be one of the most anticipated hotpot with over 500 outlets spanning across China. I personally love their exquisite and unique mala soup with beefy spices.
TWG Tea, one of the finest luxury tea brands. in the world, offers more than 450 fine harvest teas from around the world as well as exclusive tea blends, vibrantly colourful packaged teas, an array of gifts sets for any occasion. The Boutique also offers TWG Tea-infused chocolate bonbons, chocolate bars and macarons. Enjoy and relax in the elegant adjoining TWG Tea Salon for breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
PAUL is a 129 years French family business originates from Lille in North of France opened it’s first and only PAUL outlet in Malaysia at Pavilion KL. It aims to spread authentic PAUL french experience and gives you the opportunity to appreciate French culture and heritage through its French products (bread, crepes, sandwiches, macarons, pastries, coffee and more).
Authentic Italian restaurant in Pavilion mall with ample selection of options to sample within this Italian fare. Definitely worth a try for some good Italian.
This restaurant is located right at the entrance of Pavilion in Bukit Bintang. This is an al fresco restaurant and bar buzzing with flavor and fun, Quivo embodies the true Mediterranean love of life.
Tonkatsu by Wa Kitchen
Tonkatsu’s specialty dishes such as the deep-fried pork cutlets are accentuated with the restaurant’s signature homemade sesame sauce. Set meals are also available at affordable prices.
Dragon-i Restaurant Sdn Bhd was established in 2004, offering signature dishes such as xiao long bao (Shanghainese steamed meat dumplings) and la mian (hand-pulled noodles), traditional dishes proudly preserved by the Chinese over thousand of years. Each delicacy is prepared by highly-skilled chefs from China using top quality ingredients to ensure authenticity in both presentation and taste.
Din Tai Fung
Din Tai Fung remains popular with ordinary consumer and if gives diners the opportunity to experience a classic “taste of Taiwan”. Prawn with mayonnaise is my favorite dish here!
As a young enthusiastic foodie, Kwan Swee Lian was inspired by the rich cultural mix of cuisine in Malaya. Today, Madam Kwan combines elements of these diverse cultures to share her uniquely created Malaysian Cuisine for all food lovers to enjoy.
Loving their flame-grilled Peri-Peri chicken as it is so addictive! Flavourful and succulent chicken to fix your crave. Love the fries too!
Ippudo’s Tonkatsu Ramen is free of the usual smell of pork with a light aftertaste. The selection of ingredients and the seasonings are freshly prepared and the noodle hardness and spiciness are even customizable.
Pigs & Wolf
It is known for its porky dishes .The Big Bad Burger is their signature burger and one must give it a try!
La Boca Latino Bar
La Boca is a world famous Latin American restaurant, bar and entertainment venue in Pavilion KL. They are well known for their friendly atmosphere, authentic food and awesome Latin music. The churros here is chewy and doughy.
Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory
One of the best cheesecake and ice cream I’ve eaten so far. Their ice cream is cheesy and comes with a slice of cheesecake and a piece of Camembert cookie. All the cookies and cakes here are imported from Japan.
ChiCha San Chen
ChiCha San Chen is famous for their freshly brewed tea beverages. If you’re a tea connoisseur, don’t miss out their first outlet, in Pavilion. Their oolong tea taste is strong and fragrant.
Matcha Hero Kyoto
Taste the richness of Japanese green tea ice cream and drinks made from Marukyu Koyamaen Green Tea. Love their Uji Matcha Latte Float and Houjicha Latte Float.