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Obviously, we can’t expect the prices to be the same as roadside food stalls, but in comparison with other hotel restaurants, JP Teres’ prices are considerably affordable.A bowl of noodles will set you back RM35, rice RM38, or order one of their Thali sets, ranging from RM42 to RM66, that comes with biryani rice and a smorgasbord of side dishes like chutneys, yogurt dips, and various vegetable dishes. Address: 12 Jalan Pinang, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Hours: 12pm-3pm (lunch), 6pm-11pm (dinner) daily.Not only that, but they currently have a 3-course dinner promotion from only RM98, so you wouldn’t have to fork out an exorbitant amount of money for you and your date.If set meals aren’t your thing, their ala carte menu has an impressive array of French, Italian, and Mediterranean dishes to choose from, like their Spanish seafood paella dish for two (RM108). Address: Lot T3, 3rd Floor, Bangsar Shopping Centre, Jalan Maarof, Bukit Bandaraya, 59000 Kuala Lumpur Hours: 11am-3pm (lunch), 6pm-11pm (dinner) daily Tel: 603-2094 1318 / 6012-660 9048 Website: floor of G Tower, Jalan Tun Razak, and they serve up Italian dishes with interesting Asian twists.Even though the prices for their ala carte dishes can be quite steep for certain dishes, they have a 3-course dinner set starting from only RM78, which isn’t bad at all!With picturesque views of the city skyline (you are on the 28 floor after all), this is the perfect place for a romantic dinner with your loved one!A la Carte Menu hours: 3pm-11pm on Mon-Thurs, 12pm-11pm on Fri-Sun Tel: 603-2182 1234 extension 2333 Website: Midi serves up French-Italian and Mediterranean dishes to please the posh people among us.Not only are their food offerings delectable, the restaurant’s sweeping views of the city of KL provides the perfect backdrop to your romantic dinner for two.
Most of us know the struggles of wanting to take your significant other out for a nice, romantic dinner date, but then remembering that we’re on a tight budget and we can’t afford to be spending hundreds and hundreds of ringgit on a single meal.Housed within a bungalow of its own, Fukuya boasts fresh-as-can-be seafood selections, and their excellent kaiseki menu doesn’t disappoint.However, if you don’t want to fork out upwards of RM200 per person, don’t worry for they also have traditional Japanese dinner sets, priced between RM92-110.There’s no question that you wouldn’t have to fork out even RM50 for your meal, as is standard with roadside stalls, so you won’t have to worry about money.An affordable meal This beautiful dining spot has been mentioned previously in our ‘Best Places To Have A Tea Party’ list, and it definitely deserves a spot on this one too!
The Majestic Hotel’s signature three-tiered afternoon tea set features your typical English tea selections, including freshly baked scones, finger sandwiches, and various cakes and pastries. This is definitely the place for cute couple selfies and shameless picture-taking amongst the flowers!