Taking to Taiwanese treats

The quirky interior lends charm to the cosy Ko Restaurant. — Photos: CHING YEE SING

You can easily miss Ko’s nondescript signage and upstairs location if you’re not familiar with Taman Tun Dr Ismail’s suburb in Kuala Lumpur. Even then, we drove right past despite looking out for it.

Hidden in plain sight among a slew of ground-level eateries along the same street, the first hint of Ko’s distinctiveness was evident when we went up the stairs leading to the restaurant.

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