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4.6 (based on 2509 people)

  • Malaysian
Established in September 2003, Bijan is the pioneer of refined Malay dining and an oasis where you can unwind with a cool glass of wine while the food remains deliciously and unmistakably Malay. At Bijan, they are combining wines and traditional ... More
Vlad Kra.
Vlad Kra. (in the last week )
The restaurant has a great food selection, not too many items on the menu but all very tempting. We had curry prawns, aubergines, veggies and shrimps and liked all of that. The food was nice freshly cooked for our order so it was rather warmth than freshly made for us but it was still good. Rather pricy for Malaysia, with an additional 10% service charge. Some staff were nice, some were a bit fool of themselves but I guess that is because of working at a famous place in the city. Overall we enjoyed our dinner.
Hooke Wando
Hooke Wando (a month ago )
Excellent place to go to for a curry and some drinks. Staff are welcoming and warm. Food was great. Place is rather large, so doesn’t seem to get crowded easily and is great for large gatherings. Parking might be a challenge as they don’t have lots so you’d have to try your luck with the street.
Everardo Ortiz
Everardo Ortiz (2 months ago )
What a fantastic dining experience would highly recommend to try local cuisine with s flare. Was actually brought here by a local friend whom herself had this place recomended by other locals. We didn't choose from the menu and left it all to my friend and the very kind and attentive waiter and how happy of this decision. We were blown away by the flavours, colors and presentation of every dish. It is clear the chef takes particular attention to detail. The service by all the staff was outstanding with no question left unanswered and no request not rushed to. A big bravo to the team. The place is cosy and intimate would definitely repeat with friends or even as a date or business dinner. The location is also perfect in a slightly quieter part of the neighborhood. All in all a restaurant I would centrainly return to if I'm even in KL again.
Juliet Zhu
Juliet Zhu (2 months ago )
Didn't meet expectations especially given the number of reviews. Definitely targeted to tourists and foreigners. There wasn't a single dish that was outstanding, the satay was dry, curry bland and rendang chewy. Be prepared to pay for the setting and the service, but if you go - note the food will be below average and your night stall down the road will serve up a better feed for a quarter of the price.
Ali Farshadfar
Ali Farshadfar (a month ago )
My visit to Bijan Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur was truly memorable. To start, I indulged in the Roti Jala Tafin, and I must say it was an explosion of flavors and textures that delighted my taste buds. The Kafir Lime Chicken Curry was the epitome of scrumptious, with its rich and aromatic blend of spices. The Mango Salad was a refreshing palate cleanser, and the freshness of the ingredients shone through. For the main course, I had the Pour Rusuk, which were slow-cooked ribs. These ribs were cooked to perfection, and they practically melted in my mouth, leaving me craving for more. The Masak Lumak was another delightful dish that showcased the restaurant’s culinary expertise. What made this dining experience even more special was the exceptional service and the wonderful ambiance of the restaurant. The staff was attentive and accommodating, adding to the overall satisfaction of the meal. The ambiance at Bijan is perfect for a relaxed, enjoyable evening. In conclusion, Bijan Restaurant is, without a doubt, a must-visit in Kuala Lumpur. I wholeheartedly give it a solid 5-star rating for its outstanding food, exceptional service, and inviting atmosphere. This establishment truly knows how to create a memorable dining experience.