23 Lorong Dungun
50490 Kuala Lumpur
T: 016 2291 505
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Up above the world so high….
Amongst the spires of the offices atop Damansara Heights, The Hill is a 3-level beacon to drinking, dining and partying for the sophisticated wild ones of the Valley. Unencumbered views of the twinkling amber lights below provides some balm for the soul and the atmosphere is chilled out, with timber flooring, slate walls and use of glass and alfresco areas capitalising on the areas natural assets. While it’s early days yet, The Hill looks to be a promising pad to escape to when the cubicle walls close in, or to launch yourself from if there’s some hard partying to be done ahead.
Text Marney Beliveau
Images The Hill
Clientele Corporates and creatives from the offices nearby and as long as it’s still new, KL’s beautiful ones….
Music policy Latin and tropical grooves in the beer gardens; a level up the lounge and dancefloor beckon with upbeat house tunes; and at the apex of this vertiginous layer of pleasures is the lounge loft, where you can dine, drink and lounge in a chilled beats and arched doorways.
Drinks The international beer garden is where to start your journey imbibing tall ones and bar snacks like nori wasabi fries. Stairs lead you on to the lounge and dancefloor where you can work up a thirst. Beer lovers take heed, the large selection here is sure to appease. The cocktails are certain to pique curiosities thanks to some clever local twists – try the Milo Ais (milo, kahlua and rum) or the Kopi-Oh (dark rum, maple syrup, and espresso) for RM25.
Happy Hours 5pm to 8pm. International beer is buy a pint get Â½ pint for free. While its 1 free Carlsberg served in a Pilsner glass for every 2 you purchase.
Eats Dinner is served in the loft on the upper most (3rd) level. Its kitchen closes at 10.30pm, but the late night sushi bar serves an excellent selection of sashimi, yakitori, maki, tempura and sushi (RM10 to RM60) until midnight. If you’re just drinking though the bar snacks like the flavoured fries, available in nori wasabi, cajun spice and sour cream and onion are RM9 a serving.
Dress code Smart cazh.
Door policy No cover. But you’d be advised to make reservations as this place is so hot it’s still packing out fast.
Open Mon-Sun: 5pm until late.
Parking Roadside parking is hard to come by. Try the nearby parking lot for RM5/ entry otherwise be prepared to splurge on the valet; the price has been known to vary depending on what you’re driving but generally it’s RM10-15.