The hub of the day is often at Jalan Doraisamy while the heart of the night is known to belongs to Changkat Bukit Bintang. But now, nightlife is slowly making its comeback in Chow Kit’s Jalan Doraisamy with the latest opening of Chamber 3 in town.
To make it easier for you, here are my top 5 reasons for loving the new tavern in the city center!
1. Drinks from A-Z
If you are not up for binge drinking from that beer of tower, you can easily escape and say that you want to try their house specialty for the night! You and your group of friends can stick to your own alcohol preferances from cocktails, beer, spirits and liquors in the drinks list that goes on in pages.
2. Yummy Thai Food (or not)
Fix your palate for spicy and sour food at Chamber 3 with their in-house specialty of Thai cuisines. You can find all kinds of Thai salad, tomyam, proteins and desserts for family dinings to individual portions of fried rice and etc.
A good pair to drinks is Chamber’s BBQ Chicken Wings that is deliciously grilled and served with Malaysian chilli dip. Otherwise, taste various fusion and western food like the Garlic Butter Grilled Scallops for appetizers.
3. Malaysians and Their Parking
Why go through the unnecesary stress of navigating the tourist spots in Changkat Bukit Bintang for parking while there’s ample parking space in Jalan Doraisamy at night? Believe me, if you arrive early for dinner, you can even park at Quill City Mall for you to do some shopping workout after your feeding time!
4. Perfect for Dates
Hit the jackpot of finding the perfect place to impress. The romantic light fixtures at the outdoor seating area will stir the right mood in you and your date. Earn some extra points by taking photos with your date at the Insta-worthy place.
5. Happy Hour
Happy hour promo means you’ll be able to drink more and save more. While cheap alcohol gets you going through the night, you can also catch the live music performances everyday from 9pm-12am or gather for a sports match with your collegueas over the 150″ inch LED screen.
Words by Jessy Wong