Located in the heart of Bandar Baru Bangi, Wadihana Islamic Kitchen (WIK) is just a stone’s throw away from its sister restaurant, Wadihana Islamic Steakhouse (WISH). While WISH serves 100% western dishes that even foreigners would approve, WIK serves a wider variety. WIK offers Malaysian, Western, Japanese, Italian and Mexican dishes on its menu. However,
When we first set foot at the premises of Wadihana Islamic Steakhouse, we were instantly delighted. The restaurant’s white walls and white upholstery bring calmness and serenity to its customers, creating a remarkably ideal ambience for all food enthusiasts seeking memorable dining experience. The restaurant is located amongst the many cafes and restaurants in the
“Treasures of the Aga Khan Museum: Architecture in Islamic Arts”, a travelling exhibition of objects and art from the Aga Khan Museum collections, which has been travelling to key European cities, will be showcased at the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia from 30th March until 29th June 2012. This will mark the first time the collection being displayed in Southeast Asia.