List of dining options at Bangsar Village. Nekochan has visited the ones in bold

1) Basil Thai Nudle Bar (Thai)
2) Caffe 1920 (Italian)
3) Chatterbox (HK Cuisine) - yup, here's where you get peanut butter toast, cheese baked rice and boiled Coke with ginger. Their cheese baked rice lacked the cheese and the serving portion was quite small. The rice they give is fried rice though. The peanut butter toast was basically thick toast with some peanut butter on the top, nothing in comparison to the one at 'de Kowloon Cafe (another HK cuisine place in Desa Sri Hartamas), where they serve excellent peanut butter french toast (take 2 slices of bread, slap some peanut butter in between, dip the while sandwich in egg batter, pan fry it, add some condensed milk to the top before serving!!)
4) Hiestand (Bakery Cafe)
5) Du Viet (Vietnamese)
6) Fish & Co (Seafood)
7) Laksa Shack (Malaysian) - serving a variety of laksa, including Penang laksa, Johor laksa, Thai laksa, etc. Not bad for something quick. They also have a variety of salads.
8) Mizu (Japanese)
9) Nando's (Afro-Portugese) - part of the Nando's chicken franchise, nothing special from the others ...
10) Outback Steakhouse (Western)

Worth a mention is also the Baclava shop selling numerous types of baclava*. They all look absolutely delicious!! (* A rich cake of Middle-Eastern origin made of layers of filo pastry, with a filling of honey, nuts and spices.)

Can't wait for Baker's Inn to open as well. Looks like it will be located opposite Starbuck's. If the one in Plaza Indonesia, Jakarta is anything to go by, looks like Baker's Inn will be the next place-t0-be-seen and dine. Have eaten at the original ones in Singapore ... their desserts are to die for!! While waiting, we can salivate over their website.

More information about Baker's Inn ...(or rather, Bakerzin, it's new name)
Influenced very much by the French culinary culture, Singapore's self-styled Salon de The (teahouse in French) has outlets at convenient town locations and has also spread its wings to Jakarta, Indonesia.

Primarily a dessert café, however, a savoury menu is also available to give customers added variety and make the café a more complete all-day dining concept; specially created by award-winning chef-cum-founder, Mr Daniel Tay - World Gourmet Summit Awards of Excellence 2001, Inniskillin Pastry Chef of the Year. (Info from Getforme)

Bangsar Village
1, Jalan Telawi 1
Bangsar Baru
59100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 22821808
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