Benbino

Restaurants, Cafés, Pork Free Solaris Dutamas
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With stroller parking, an ample number of highchairs and a cute kids' playground adjoining, Benbino is a welcome addition to KL's selection of family-friendly cafes. Look for the giant yellow giraffe and head up the spiral staircase to this compact and comfy spot. If you can get the kids past the magical display of sweets, there's a whole menu of meals, created and portioned for small tummies. The menu is just what you'd expect from the BIG Group and it includes crowd pleasers like mac 'n' cheese, pizzas, salads and pastas. We were happy to see that many dishes sneak in a few healthy vegetables, such as the cauliflower tater tots and the cauliflower base margherita pizza. We even tried the build-your-own tacos and were surprised to find that the accompanying chicken tenders were crumbed with quinoa, which gives a satisfying crunch. If you’re not into the tapas style portions for yourself, some dishes are also available in adult portions. But let's get back to that cake counter. Ultimately, sweet tooths will be happy at Benbino: there's a glittering selection of cakes and other treats to try. We had a creamy, thick lamington milkshake and can't wait to return for brownies or s'mores cookies, or let's face it, maybe both. The café is also a great choice for parties – whether it’s a kids’ birthday party or a baby shower. Visit on the weekend for a fun doughnut making activity.

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Venue name: Benbino
Contact:
Address: Level G3
Publika
1 Jalan Dutamas 1
Kuala Lumpur
50480
Opening hours: Daily, 10am-9pm

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