Our first full day here we used Google Maps to help us find Tatto, an upscale Italian restaurant where we are one of three tables during the mid-afternoon. Their mushroom pasta brings a broad smile to William’s face and I thoroughly enjoy their whitefish entree.
When meandering near Merdeka Square we stop in a spot for Indian Butter Chicken. It helps that Little India is just a couple of kilometers away. The dish is okay, but not nearly as good as what I have experienced in Bangalore.
Again walking around the Mall at Petronas Towers in search of food we stumble across Thai Odessey, a cafe associated with a Thai spa. Ah... Chicken Massamam!
We found all of the restaurants we tried to be quite reasonably priced. With a glass of wine and a beer we usually spent the equivalent of $31 USD including service charge and tax. Of course, if we would have gone to a high end restaurant with steaks imported from Australia or Japan the price would have been much higher.
If/when we return to Kuala Lumpur we’ll check out more of the food scene.