Making the taste buds dance with joy

(From left) Krishnan, Kern, Amerjit and Azlan are some of the original kitchen and service team members who will return for the pop-up version of Chalet at EQ Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. — Photos: YAP CHEE HONG/The Star

SUCH was the popularity of Chalet that when word got around about the famed restaurant’s (temporary) reopening, long-time customers quickly called to book tables and find out what would be on the menu.

Chalet, a Swiss fine-dining restaurant and one of the cornerstones of the former Hotel Equatorial Kuala Lumpur, will be making its return as a pop-up restaurant at EQ Hotel for about two weeks.

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