Look Out Point Arabian Restaurant – Ulu Langat


Ever wonder to eat at a restaurant which simultaneously you can enjoy the exotic view of KL city? Someone has recommended this restaurant which is situatued in Ulu Langat, Kompleks Pelancongan Menara Tinjau.

KL night view

They offer mostly western food at a reasonable price (considering it’s at the uphill). However the quality is not really up to the standard.

arabian kebab

They have 3 restaurants there, one is more for yumcha, another is Arabian food and another is is western food. The one that I’ve tried is the Arabian restaurant which I don’t really like the food. They have mostly kebab kinda food and also some chicken and rice set which roughly costs around RM10 – RM30.

rice set

arabian kebab chicken

arabian kebab chicken

Look Out Point Restaurant and Cafe Direction:

1. Take the Pandan Indah exit at the MRR2.
2. Go straight until the T-Junction. Esso will be on your left. Turn right at the traffic light.
3. Take a left at the next traffic light
4. Take another left at the traffic light beside Puteri Plaza.
5. Turn right at the traffic light junction to Ulu Langat/Kajang. (Please take note on this, you might missed this.)
6. From this traffic light the road is winding for about 3 km.
7. Look out for the sign board “Menara Tinjau”.
8. Will come across a food court on the right with carpark. Turn in and drive up the slope to the LookOut Point Restaurant.

Contact number: Chua – 012-3261391
Fendy – 017-3535210

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8 Responses to “Look Out Point Arabian Restaurant – Ulu Langat”

  1. TIMRA Says:

    You should try up the pizzas (magharitta sensation / burj al arab) and fatayer (zahtar / combo) , as well as the mango juice in Bread and Olives cafe, the restaurant in centre, on Look Out Point. Feel free to feedback me for reservation or special functions arrangement. See you there again~

  2. Grace Says:

    Hi Timra,

    So from Bread and Olives cafe, the chef’s recomendations are:
    – pizzas (magharitta sensation / burj al arab) and
    – fatayer (zahtar / combo) and
    – mango juice

    How many years have u been operating in that place?

  3. Timra Says:

    Hi Dear,

    Bread and Olives Cafe was starting in May ’07. Still a lot of things to be done to make it a favourite place for relaxing, while enjoying delicious Middle East food. ^.^ Now added Western food. It is special dedicated for friends who prefer local style.

    Reservation can be done by contacting Mr. Omar 017-3202921 / 013-2506119. Thanks ya~

  4. Jnet Says:

    Hi Timra,

    I have been go to Look out point Restaurant on 3 months ago, and ur there “Bread and Olives” on beside Look out point Restaurant, Isn’t? that mean is second cafe?
    Isn’t now added western food? that including steak? do u mean to tell me that all food is too expensive? Actually, i will planning a private party for my boy friend b’day at ur thr. so isn’t can?So i got to make reservation for 19/07/2008 (saturday) on b4 8.30pm, below 25 person.

  5. erin Says:

    Thanks for the pictures, they look great! I am hungry now 😛

  6. shazlina Says:

    who are the cooks at this restaurant
    this arab food is from which country

  7. vicky Says:

    helo everone…well, i went to this cafe up da hill on my way to kajang than i notice a area wher u never 4get check out bread n olives cafe..nice place to enjoy ur time..everything ther treat u good..food n view of kl..

  8. ricky Says:

    hi there …….serving a western food with good price very good if you are looking for new area to set up a out let can contact me by email or contact 016 283 6739 hope continue with western food taste solid…………

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