Bijan opened its doors in September 2003 to offer a unique dining experience to discerning palates. The Bijan experience is modern in presentation yet wholesome in flavour. Traditional Malay cuisine is taken out of hawker stalls and buffet lines, and served against a lush backdrop. Modern in its surroundings with distinctive Asian accents, Bijan is warm, yet chic; intimate yet spacious.


At Bijan restaurant, we are innovating ways of enjoying Malay food, introducing accompanying wine to enhance flavours and ways of preparing local delicacies in a fine balance of old and new. Our dishes are a mix of recipes handed down over the generations and innovations of the real thing, to produce forgotten favourites and delicious new flavours and textures.
Bijan restaurant won Best Malay Restaurant in 2004, just a year after we opened. We can also be found in Malaysia Tatler’s Top 100 Restaurants, The Lonely Planet Guide to Malaysia, The Miele Guide to just name a few.


Aneka Pembuka Selera (RM 36)
The amazingly good delicious delights comes simply good. Enjoy the cucur udang, popiah goreng, satay and also acar tauhu. The delicious choices of appetizers is indeed mouth-watering and good.


Ayam Ketumbar Sambal Tomato(RM 30)
The wholesome meal indeed. The chicken is well deep fried till perfection and leave you with the crispy and yet moist texture of the meat. Every mouthful is amazingly good and it is sides with the spicy tomato sambal.


Gulai Lemak Ikan Siakap(RM 45)
Enjoy the delicious ikan siakap fillets which is simmered in a thick turmeric curry with the fresh tomatoes and sour carambola. The siakap fish were fresh and flaky. The curry brings you a blend of creamy taste and very appetizing.


Masak Lemak Udang dengan Nenas(RM 50)
One of the signature in Bijan is of course the prawns. The curry is indeed a good one with the creamy taste and well-cooked till
perfection with the chunks of pineapple  and coconut milk together. Every mouthful is simply delicious and I love the creamy based of coconut milk.


Rusuk Panggang (RM 72)
It is something worth to order and is the signature in Bijan. Using the premium short ribs, they are well marinated and chargrilled till perfection. Served together with the pegedil, soy sauce, and also sambal belachan together.
Being in Bijan, you should not leave without trying their desserts. They have a variety of choices to go for from the typical Malaysian desserts to more creative cakes too.


Sago Gula Melaka (RM 10)
Whenever I heard about Gula Sago Melaka, I like “YES” I must have them and this is one of the famous classic delights. The chilled sago which is served with the coconut milk and palm sugar syrup. Awesomely good.


Durian Cheese Cake (RM 15)
Indeed my favourite and I could not resist. The rich cheesecake with the mascarpone, cream , cheese and generous portion of the
creamy durian on a chocolate biscuit base is indeed a double thumbs up. The aromatic durian flavours can be tasted.
For those who are looking for a great delicious Malay delights, visit them now

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Bijan . Bar & Restaurant . Fine Malay Cuisine

No 3 Jalan Ceylon

50200 Kuala Lumpur


Tel + 603 2031 3575

Fax +603 2031 3576

Email : [email protected]

Opening Hours

Monday to Sunday from 4:30pm to 11pm


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