The Intermark is another new landmark that stood tall in KL City that host Hilton Double Tree Hotel which is very exclusive and 2-3 levels of retailing and F&B. Of course this would be my first time here and I am impress of the whole classy interior in it. Then step foot into this new restaurant Kin No Mizu which the owner owns other famous restaurant Mizu in TTDI and Mizu in Bangsar. So with two famous crime restaurant on his hand which is famous for its food quality, food expectation here is . . . . . .. (tell u later end of the post)
With mini water fountain and mini pond that build below, glass panel flooring that see thru to the little pond as you walk across it seems like you are walking on the water.
This is more like a fine dining restaurant that decorated with its contemporary Japanese setting . ..
with its Sushi Bar that served all fresh ingredient . . .
and Teppanyaki area to satisfied your crave . . .
Price wise of the food is pretty reasonable for the ambiance and food quality . . .
When you said there is nothing to hunt in Kota Damansara is totally a lie. The F&B outlets are mushrooming like crazy in this area that makes The One Cafe into the list. The cafe definitely did grab my attention when I passed there couple of times until I visited this place only realise its a nice place to hang out.
[No Longer in Operation]
With lots of parking space available as they are operating in the new area.
One Cafe had made its interior to contemporary chic hop style that certainly attract young people like me to dine here.
Cozy sofa area that able to host for 6-8 pax . . .
and we will be entertain by the inhouse singer and this 2 guys certainly have great voice.
IF you are looking for a job, this are their criteria .. .
I just love this section that feel a bit more privacy especially with big group of friends can occupy here.
Their menu design is cute too as they are still now and many dish to introduce soon. . alot of the names in the menu are very eye capturing and creative.
This is the great chef behind the great menu. A guy specially hired all the way from Singapore to design its food.