Thailand’s Greyhound Café has now made its way to Malaysia (the first Southeast Asian outlet outside Bangkok), so when you’re done shopping in Bukit Bintang, drop by the restaurant for a meal (and dessert). The food here is almost the same as its Bangkok counterpart; and by ‘almost' we mean it's without the porky offerings. But don't turn your noses just yet. The menu does include one of the café’s most famous dishes, Complicated Noodle – a lettuce wrap you’ll have to construct by yourself. How it works is you take a square of rice noodle and place it on the lettuce before you add minced meat and green hot sauce.
If you haven't already guessed, Greyhound Café specialises in putting a Thai twist to classic dishes – such as salmon sashimi with the aforementioned green hot sauce, for example, and their famous fish sauce-marinated chicken wings. For dessert, mango sticky rice gets an upgrade with coconut sherbet to become Greyhound's signature sticky rice mango parfait, but if mango isn't your thing, there’s a parfait station onsite with loads more parfaits to choose from.