The Curve is all set to satisfy all food lovers until the late hours with a diverse range of gastronomic options spread across its 300-foot long al fresco dining area at The Street.
The Street’s two courtyards Asian and Western, is open every day with various cuisines from around the globe with over 50 F&B outlets to choose from also offers a music-filled and relaxed ambience thanks to street performers.
Patrons can take a bite at Franco which delivers bold French flavours and fresh Japanese ingredients to give a melange of fine casual dining within the setup reminiscent of a French café or experience the colonial heritage styles of Tappers Café, complete with louvered windows and white rattan chairs, for a taste of nostalgia with their Hainanese-Western inspired cuisine that is sure to satisfy diners with different palates.
Those who are looking to unwind can sit back and relax while dining on some honest-to-goodness meals at The Apartment. With a spectrum of cuisines from around the world and beverages of sorts, this restaurant caters to diners from all walks of life looking for a wholesome dining experience
“Food has always been a big part of the Curve, and as Malaysia’s first pedestrianised lifestyle mall, we are proud to be able to offer patrons a unique and unforgettable dining experience at The
Street. With two floors of restaurants, bistros and cafés lining both sides of The Street, there is something for everyone” said Jazmi Kamarudin, General Manager of the Curve.