New Casual Asian Restaurants @ Pavilion KL


If you’re after delicious Asian favorites in a casual and relaxed setting, head over to Pavilion KL’s Level 1 to discover a mix of first-in-Malaysia and well-known restaurants such as Gami Chicken, Go Noodles, HK Boy Cart Noodle, KD Hong Kong, Tan Tan Noodles Kitchen, and Teppanyaki.

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New Casual Asian Restaurants @ Pavilion KL


1) HK BOY CART NOODLE (non-halal)

Originating from Hong Kong, HK Boy Cart Noodle brings popular 1950s push-cart style noodles to Pavilion KL. One of its signature dishes is La Za Noodle where traditional toppings such as pork skin, blood curd and large pork intestine are used to make up an exquisite dish for those with an acquired taste for innards.

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HK BOY CART NOODLE (non-halal)

HK Boy Cart Noodle’s signature dishes include tasty curry fish balls, Swiss chicken chop rice with fried egg and lemongrass pork chop noodles. Paired with their iced milk tea, you simply can’t go wrong.

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TAN TAN NOODLES KITCHEN (non-halal)

2) TAN TAN NOODLES KITCHEN (non-halal)

Originally from South Korea, Tan Tan Noodles Kitchen has landed in Malaysia for the very first time in Pavilion KL. The restaurant is the epitome of Korean culture where details down to the bowls used are precisely chosen for their unique shape to maintain the heat of the dish.

Aside to that, Koreans also love rich, bold flavours, hence the star dish, Tan Tan Noodles is the highlight with flavourful pork bone broth boiled for 6 hours poured over bouncy ramen, spring onion, pan-fried minced pork, mushroom and lava egg. As a finishing touch, chopped toasted peanuts are sprinkled on the noodles to elevate the taste and texture, hitting every taste note.

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GAMI CHICKEN (pork-free)

3) GAMI CHICKEN (pork-free)

Gami Chicken is finally in Malaysia! Making waves beyond Melbourne, Australia, Gami Chicken is a famous Korean fried chicken restaurant frequented by university students in the suburbs of Melbourne. Gami Chicken prides itself in its ‘cook to order’ concept to ensure freshness is served, always.

Indulge in chicken fried to golden brown perfection, coated in sticky gooey sauce of your choice (spicy, sweet chili and soy garlic) imported all the way from Australia, or sauce served on the side if you’re not into getting it down and messy. Dishes are served with a side of green salad and tangy pickled radish to balance the fried goodness. Also known for their gooey corn cheese, kimchi pancake, potato heaven, kimchi fried rice and many more.

4) KD HONG KONG (non-halal)

KD Hong Kong serves up the authentic taste of Hong Kong prepared by well-trained chefs with more than 15 years of culinary experience. Unlike other outlets, the Pavilion KL KD Hong Kong outlet exudes a younger vibe in terms of décor, lighting and comfortable sofa seating, perfect for that Instagram shot.

The dish that turns heads is the must-try cheese pork chop rice where fragrant rice is topped with juicy grilled pork chop and gooey melted mozzarella cheese. KD Hong Kong serves the usual suspects from its ‘char chan teng’ (Cantonese tea house) menu including roast duck baked rice, crispy chicken wonton noodles and more.

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TEPPANYAKI (pork-free)

5) TEPPANYAKI (pork-free)

Established since 1984 with the aim to give patrons authentic iron-plated dishes, this retro yet familiar restaurant is now in Pavilion KL to bring you comfort food in a comfortable setting.

Choose from a delicious selection of teppanyaki, including chicken, beef, prawn, salmon and cuttlefish, where garlic and stir-fried bean sprouts and carrots are prepared to form a fragrant harmony. To balance off the charredtoasty flavours, the dish is also served with a side of gyoza, chawanmushi, miso soup and jelly dessert.

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 GO NOODLE HOUSE (non-halal)

6) GO NOODLE HOUSE (non-halal)

A familiar name, Go Noodle House is the brainchild of three Malaysians who turned a family recipe into a tastebud-sensation loved by many. The brand strongly adheres to the saying of “peng, leng, cheng” which translates to “affordable, delicious and good”. 

One of the must-try bowls of goodness is the Bursting Meatball Noodles in Superior Soup where clear flavourful broth is splashed with a generous amount of Shao Xing Hua Diao Jiu (Yellow Rice Wine) for a refreshing umami touch. Wine in the restaurant not only serve as decoration but may be purchased for diners to add into their dishes.

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