3 New Restaurants to Try at Bamboo Hills

Trying a new restaurant is always an exciting idea.

The new hot spot that’s on everyone’s radar at the moment is Bamboo Hills. With a slew of new restaurants, you’ll be sure to satisfy your cravings.

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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 3 of our new favourite spots at Bamboo Hills.

1. 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.





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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.

3.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.


Bamboo Hills, Off Lebuhraya DUKE,

Taman Bamboo, 51200 Kuala Lumpur



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