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Bijan

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 recipes with modern day ingredients to create a total Read More


Location
3 Jalan Ceylon
Area
Bukit Bintang
Phone
+603 2031 3575
Website
http://bijanrestaurant.com
Email
[email protected]

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Recent Reviews
This restaurant is a super place for a large gathering. The staff are very helpful & efficient. The food is plentiful and fantastic. Would highly recommend eating here.Read more
Always looking for authentic Malaysian food/cuisine ie other than the commonly Nasi Lemak, satay etc. We were there during Ramadan and the buffet spread was 👍👍. This is a truly and typical and authentic Malaysian dishes with all the ulams, sambal belachan, budu, etc kerabu, gulai nangka etc. Highly recommended for an authentic Malaysia food/dishes. A bit pricey but worth paying!Read more
We have been recommended to have dinner at Bijan by local friends. Decent restaurant with local meals, good service and... you can drink wine there! Which is actually rare for a local restaurant serving local food in Malaysia :)Read more
I am the kind that appreciate marriages of tastes, texture and cooking skills ... so to find good local food in KL with these expectation is not easy. Bijan happens to be the place where I can get properly cooked authentic Malay food, to my liking, at least. It s a place where I would definitely bring my overseas guests to and they all loved it.Read more
This restaurant rates why??? The food was very dry and over cooked. The first three wines on the wine list we asked for they didn't have. It was like a Fawlty Towers restaurant. Ignore the ratings and try others like Opium, much better everything!Read more