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French chef Alain Ducasse has numerous eateries all over the world, with a collective 20 Michelin stars, more than any other living chef. He keeps track of his restaurants by monitoring social media.
Adrift by David Myers in Singapore's Marina Bay Sands features Western fare tinged with Asian influences, like the agnolotti suckling pig, wagyu beef and kampachi sashimi.
Local artisanal ceramic tableware producer Bendang Studio has become incredibly popular since its inception nearly 10 years ago and now makes tableware for local restaurants as well having Bendang Artisan, a retail space in KL.
Kumar's offers authentic Malaysian Indian food with recipes dating back to 1969, like flower crab masala, fish head curry, fish puttu and bone marrow pepper masala.
Nourish by Kenny Hills Bakers offers wholesome meals like ayam percik and crab cakes, housemade peanut butter and gluten-free cakes.
Simple, Levantine-inspired food like baklava, Moroccan spiced cauliflower, grilled halloumi and dukkah tiger prawns take centre stage at Ebb & Flow in Kuala Lumpur's Bangsar neighbourhood.
Zoe in Bangsar, KL, offers an interesting array of global fare like khao sai, Thai duck omelette, lamb ragu paccheri and chocolate truffles, derived from well-travelled chef Zoe Rai's experiences around the world.
Instagram's increasingly more influential position in the food sphere has forced restaurant owners to change the way they present their food.
Kuala Lumpur's iconic Sek Yuen restaurant is 70 years old, but the Malaysian eatery has continued to subtly adapt with the times while maintaining its traditional roots.
Vantador specialises in all kinds of steaks, from dry-aged steaks like the famed Spanish Rubia Gallega and dry-aged steaks like wagyu.