No one knows how to live the good life than a Malaysian. And when in Malaysia, drink up like the Malaysians do. Home to several of the world’s most popular and exotic cocktails—from the classics to the contemporary.
Travel Advice- Travelling to restaurants while undertaking this cocktail restaurant crawl would not be much of a trouble, given that you can easily get tickets from redbus to these different places. Here are the best cocktail restaurants to include in your list when you paint the town red in Kuala Lumpur:
● The Pool, Ampang: Uniquely presented, sometimes even in coconut shells, the list of exotic cocktails created here is endless—from the delicious chocolate Milo Ais cocktail to the creamy Coco’s Nutz coconut-based cocktail and the spicy, crisp white wine cocktail, the Fish Bowl.
● Zeta Bar, Hilton Kuala Lumpur: Dance to your heart’s content and sip away some Jungle Bird, Malaysia’s famous cocktail that is being recreated across the globe. This original tropical cocktail is a heady mix of rum, sugar, lime juice, pineapple juice and Campari.
● One Six Five, InterContinental Kuala Lumpur: Its Creative Concoctions, such as the fire-down-your-throat Master’s Flame and the Brit-Asian mixture called Stately Romance are sure winners.
● Pisco Bar serves up a Peruvian-inspired menu in a trendy, laid-back setting. The restaurant’s welcoming interior features exposed ceiling beams and brick walls decorated with black-and-white photographs and movie stills.
● Tate is an intimate bar inspired by the atmosphere of Prohibition-era cabaret. Marked with a top-hat-shaped light reflecting against a white wall.
● The Rabbit Hole is a cool concept bar, with six themed rooms inspired from the stories of Alice in Wonderland and The Chronicles of Narnia. The outdoor Bamboo Forest area features seating under the shadow of isolated bamboo trees, as well as an elevated stage where performances often happen live.