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Five Cafes/ Restaurants to Check out in Plaza Damansara

Seems Plaza Damansara has benefited from a slew of new openings this year, alongside some well-standing oldies. Here’s a handful of places we think worth visiting in the area. Click on the title links below for full details.

French Baker, Excellent Brunch Menu and Good Coffee

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Delicious Brunches


Fine French Pastries and European Style Breads

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French Croisserie and Bakery


Scrumptious Sri Lankan Cuisine

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Sri Lankan Cuisine


Good Value Italian Fare

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Italian Cuisine


Healthy Cuisine Including Plenty of Raw, Vegan and Gluten-free Options

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Healthy Raw Vegan Cuisine


A Hidden Bar

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Speakeasy in Plaza Damansara

Do you have favourite foodie and drinkie outlets in Plaza Damansara? Drop us line below.

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  1. That prawn got me drooling.

  2. Your first photo has me craving a piece of that cake! 🙂

  3. There are plenty of them at PJ! I saw a few on my way to 1U a couple weeks back… I wanted to try “A Pie Thing” badly but I just could not find the right time 🙁

  4. Hi Monica, Junior Cordobes and Co.
    Certainly a great selection of delicacies – KL’ians sure have
    plenty to choose from in the “kitchen” departments.
    Now to matters closer to “home”.
    Looks like Margaret has given you plenty to review in “The Apple Isle”,
    I can get my sisters and friends to convey you all around the Hunter, Pokolbin,
    Singleton and Terrigal region – then you have the Barossa Valley, SA,
    the Bowral area of NSW, Melbourne and here, there and all over Vic (they think they
    have the best) and Margaret River, WA – goodness that is easily a year accounted for.
    I am sure I can find a position for myself – ha ha – at a “small fee” !!!!.
    Decisions, decisions!
    Cheers in epicurean delights of 2016.
    El Colin Cordobes
    PS: Horses and water-skiing will be available for “junior”.
    Again a mild day – weather is strange and I am loving it.

    • Colin… Have you been talking to my mother? 😉
      She is in high support of a return to Down Under but I thought had given up on the idea in the past few years. Now I have a sneaking suspicion that you two have been chatting. 😉
      Margaret has been doing a fine job of sharing the beauty of home. Yes, tempted, very tempted. 🙂

    • Your mother is very wise!
      We talk of course – that extra-terrestrial way – there are “ways and means”,

  5. Thanks for the ‘reminder’……I’ve bookmarked the first two! 😉 I’d like to sink my teeth into that Opera cake and lemon curd ooze.

  6. A field day is to be had visiting and dinning at each place.

  7. Oh I adore the first photo cause it’s my favourite cake L’opéra….this one looks so yummy 😉

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