8 New Restaurants to Try at Bamboo Hills

Trying a new restaurant is always an exciting idea.

Bamboo Hills

The new hot spot that’s on everyone’s radar at the moment is Bamboo Hills. This picturesque destination boasts both stunning scenery and delectable cuisine, making it a worthy contender for a holiday excursion right in the city. With a slew of new restaurants, you’ll be sure to satisfy your cravings. Whether it’s for a casual coffee or for cutting deals, we’ve got you covered with a line-up of the best places to refuel, renourish and relax.

What is Bamboo Hills?

It’s a new food destination with 12 restaurants set on 16 acres of lush greenery. The space hosts some of the best and newest dining spots in KL. Head over for a casual coffee or explore the array of new restaurants. It’s a breath of fresh air for everyone who needs a quick break and escape from the concrete jungle. The green landscape provides a calming and refreshed perspective. Located just minutes away from the city are restaurants surrounded by a beautiful garden setting.

We’re highlighting 8 of our new favourite spots at Bamboo Hills.

1. Hanam BBQ

Hanam BBQ is an esteemed dining establishment that specialises in Korean BBQ cuisine renowned for its delectable grilled meats and its signature serving method. The ambiance of the place is always lively, making it an ideal spot for gatherings with friends and family.

Its first outlet located at United Point KL is labelled as Korea’s No 1 BBQ restaurant. The must-try dishes include Pork Belly, Steam Egg, Kimchi Fried Rice, Kimchi Soup and Cold Noodles.

P1-2, Bamboo Hills, off Lebuhraya Duta – Ulu Kelang Segambut, Taman Bamboo, 51200 Kuala Lumpur

2. Nok Yung


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Nestled amidst the serene surroundings of the park lies a hidden gem – an authentic Thai restaurant, Nok Yung. The lush greenery that adorns the interiors creates a vibrant and lively atmosphere that is perfect for enjoying a sumptuous meal.

Nok Yung presents a bona-fide Thai cuisine that is skillfully prepared by Thai chefs who possess a comprehensive understanding of Thai gastronomy. The menu boasts a variety of delectable dishes, including Khai Jeow Poo, Khao Pad Poo, and Pad Krapow Gai, while dessert options feature a choice between indulgent coconut ice cream and ruby coconut milk ice cream.

P02-01, Taman Bukit Bambu (Bamboo Hills, Off, DUKE, Taman Bamboo, 51200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

3. The Qing

The Qing restaurant draws inspiration from ancient Chinese philosophy and seamlessly integrates a variety of flavors, textures, and ingredients to create a harmonious culinary experience. The restaurant’s architectural design is based on the traditional Chinese Courtyard House, featuring four residences surrounding a central garden. The Qing offers Contemporary Chinese cuisine that showcases traditional flavours while utilising modern cooking methods.

Unit P03, Bamboo Hills, Taman Bamboo, 51200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

4. Locarasa

Locarasa Restaurant and Patisserie boasts an eclectic menu that harmoniously blends Malay and Western culinary traditions. With a focus on using distinct ingredients and crafting innovative dishes, patrons are sure to be pleasantly surprised and thoroughly delighted by the dining experience offered here.

Lot P02-2, Bamboo Hills Taman Bukit Bambu, Off, DUKE, Taman Bamboo, 51200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

5. Tap Room


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Tap Room is a one-of-a-kind restaurant and bar in Malaysia that boasts its own small brewery, Paperkite. It’s the perfect place to indulge in mouth-watering Neapolitan pizzas from Pizza Duo while sipping on craft beer.

The star of the show is the OD pizza, made with duck leg and duck sausage, combined with Melaka’s special yellow pear sauce and jalapeno peppers, creating a perfect balance of flavours. With its enchanting evening atmosphere next to a creek, Tap Room is the ultimate destination for anyone looking to enjoy a delectable oven-baked pizza and a refreshing craft beer.

Lot P10, Bamboo Hills off Lebuhraya DUKE, Taman Bamboo, Segambut, 51200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

6. Ginger


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Ginger serves the best cafe food, from a great Sunday brunch to satisfying main meals. Taking inspiration from Australian cuisine, the new restaurant experiments with its own local twist. The setting is spacious with plenty of natural sunlight, and makes a great spot to catch up with friends.

They offer a lunch/brunch menu and a dinner menu. For lunch, we recommend the Son Of A Sheep Benedict (Sourdough, Lamb Pulled Shank, Poached Eggs, Caramelized Onions, Saffron Hollandaise, Greek Yoghurt, Pomegranate), Chicken Confit and Spicy Crab Omelette. For dinner try the Scallop, Ikura, Prawn Spaghettini, Harissa Lamb Cutlet and Spanish Octopus.

View the full me here.

Unit P05, Bamboo Hills, off Lebuhraya Duta Ulu Kelang, Taman Bamboo, Segambut, 51200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur



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We have always loved the vibe at Botanica+Co’s, and this is their largest outlet to date. Their menu is slightly different from their other outlets’ offering more variety and a better menu. Our recommendations from their menu includes the steak and bechamel pizza, pink rigatoni and black tiger (charred grilled prawns herb butter, shallots, chilli and lemon).

View their All day menu here.

 P-09, Taman Bukit Bambu, Off, Lebuhraya Duta – Ulu Kelang, Taman Bamboo, 51200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

8. Kampai Yakiniku


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If you’re a fan of Japanese barbeque then head over to Kampai Yakiniku. Set within a luscious Japanese-themed garden with bamboo trees. You’ll feel like you’re in Japan.

Specializing in grilled meats the restaurant offers meats imported from Japan, all their beef comes from Nishiawa Farm in Tokushima. From lean cuts to beautifully marbled beef, we recommend the set meal so you can sample a variety of cuts and marbling.

The restaurant is halal-certified. View their full menu here.

Beyond being a getaway with great food experiences, there’s more to explore at Bamboo Hills from exhilarating events and celebrations at Astana to a refreshing getaway just a short trip from the city.


Bamboo Hills, Off Lebuhraya DUKE,

Taman Bamboo, 51200 Kuala Lumpur

*The list has been updated.


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