Havana Bar & Grill
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In the heart of the chic and bustling Changkat Bukit Bintang is the famous Havana Bar & Grill where KL-ites and visitors have been drinking, dining and dancing the evenings away for the past 20 years. Whether you’re kicking back with a speciality mojito, catching up with friends or celebrating a…
The street always is crowded during Night... I order Sexy on the beach and some cocktails and snacks to enjoy with my colleagues... The Nachos cheesy sauce is super rich in flavors. Not so noisy music when sitting outside. We enjoy chatting for a night. The price is still reasonable...
Price is slightly expensive, but you can either chill by the bar or loose yourself on the dance floor. They serve ice cold beer with good snack choices. There are also hawker stalls at the sidewalk to satisfy your late night cravings.
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