Malaysia – Feast Floor/Village at Starhill Gallery

Restaurant(s): Feast Floor/Village at Starhill Gallery (Multiple restaurants)
Cuisine: International
Last visited: April 21, 2010
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Lot LG 9 Lower Ground Floor
Feast Floor/Feast Village
181 Jalan Bukit Bintang inside Starhill Gallery (High end shopping mall)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: (03) 2142 6162
Price Range:$30-50CAD, RM 90-150

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I only tried one restaurant out of the several located on this “feast floor” in Starhill Gallery in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It’s beside the Ritz Carlton Hotel inside the high end shopping mall.

Seriously this isn’t just a feast for your appetite but it’s a feast for the eyes! The interior restaurant design was stunning. It was Las Vegas fine dining standard and absolutely exquisite! I was taking photos like crazy.

It’s all fine dining, but in Malaysia fine dining is not that expensiveness (from a North America/European stand point)…for this ambiance I think it’s totally worth it and a must try if you’re planning to travel to Malaysia.

The Feast Floor/Village is like a fine dining “food court”. It offers about 8 different types of cuisine and restaurants and and they’re quite big too. Definitely made for tourists or business meetings, and not locals, but still very nice to check out if you’re into food and especially restaurant design.

My Thai Restaurant

I wish I had better lighting, but it’s quite dark on “feast floor”.

I think this is the Japanese Restaurant. Everything is very chic, modern, contemporary, posh and pretentious and it’s definitely worth seeing (even if you don’t eat there).

Tarbush – Middle Eastern Restaurant

This was the Feast Floor restrooms that the restaurants all share. It was amazing! To turn on the sink you spin the giant wheel and water comes out with the wooden faucets and into the wash basins.

A restaurant design with glass bottles!

I was pretty amazing by this! I’m not sure what type of food they served but I can only imagine the drink list!

I’m guessing the bamboo/sugar cane look is the Chinese Restaurant.

The restaurant are very distinct, but because each one is so extravagant they almost blend into each other.

This is Vansh Restaurant – the Indian restaurant I ended up eating in. Why this one?! Recommendation from a friend who brought us here.

Everythin from the floors to the lighting they do not miss one detail on Feast Floor.



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