Last Nuzul Al-Quran I found myself wondering what places would be open and which would not – and whether I would take the chance to head out somewhere new.  A number of places I wanted to try had their lights off so we struck onto our next option – to find exactly the same thing – closed.  We were also asked by some wayward tourists as to dinner recommendations but were hesitant to help as many of our hot tips may be been closed.

So in light of this I am presenting Kuala Lumpur Cafes, Restaurants and Bars Open on Public Holidays to combat that aimless wandering around town with fingers crossed.  I provide direct links to the website and Facebook of each restaurant so you can keep your finger on the pulse of each establishment. Here’s a list of our favourite places in Kuala Lumpur.

This is by no means a definitive list so if I have missed out on anywhere please leave the suggestion in the comments section and I will add it to the list.

Keep on sharking…

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Mikey’s Original New York Pizza – Bangsar. Facebook.

Closed: Open every public holiday.

 

 

Mezze-Bar-&-Bistro-Kuala-Lumpur

 

Mezze Bar & Bistro – Medan Damansara. WebsiteFacebook.

Closed: Sundays, Christmas Day, New Years Day.

 

IPPUDO-MALAYSIA

 

IPPUDO – Pavilion KL; The Gardens, KL; Bangsar Shopping Centre. Website. Facebook. Instagram.

Closed: Open every public holiday.

 

 

 

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myBurgerLab – 1) Seapark Lab: 4, Jalan 21/22, 46300, Petaling Jaya. 2) OUG Lab: 8, Jalan Awan Hijau, 58200, Kuala Lumpur. Website. Facebook. Twitter. Instagram.

Closed: First 5 days of Chinese New Year – Feb 19th to the 23rd of Feb 2015.

 

 

Jam-&-Kaya-Café

 

Jam & Kaya Cafe – No 1, Lorong Sultan, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. Facebook.

Closed: Chinese New Year and every Monday.

 

 

Let us know if you want to lets us know about a venue open on public holidays in Kuala Lumpur that should be included on this list.