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Local Malay cuisine is often relegated to the discount end of the spectrum in KL, with more exotic fares monopolizing the fine dining options. However Bijan is an attempt to buck that trend and reveals the potential for sophistication in Malaysia’s food culture. The award-winning restaurant serves Malaysia classics in a refined manner, which nevertheless retains the punchiness of the typical Malay flavors. Particularly outstanding dishes include the sumptuous Opor Rusuk, slow cooked beef ribs, and Rendang Kambing, lamb shoulder cooked in an infusion of spices.

Address: 3-5, Seri Bulat Ceylon, 8 Lorong Ceyon Off, Jalan Raja Chulan, 50200 KL

Phone: +603 20313575

Open: 4:30pm-11:00pm

Email: admin@bijanrestaurant.com


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