Bijan is mean sesame in Malay language. It is a modern restaurant that specializes in fine Malay cuisine. The restaurant is pork free; they can’t apply for Halal certificate because they served alcohol beverage.
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 flavor. 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 flavors 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 favorites and delicious new flavors and textures.
Located a mere stone throw’s away from KLCC and Bukit Bintang, Bijan is the ultimate destination for fine Malay cuisine. It is an oasis where you can unwind with a cool glass of wine while the food remains deliciously and unmistakably Malay. Enjoy pre-dinner drinks on the terrace while sampling our delicate canapés.
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.
It’s closed during the MCO 3.0 and you can enjoy their dishes by ordering from foodpanda.
Address: No 3 Jalan Ceylon, 50200 Kuala Lumpur.