Unfortunately, the place closed down a few years ago after a landslide incident, due to the questionable safety of the location.
Worry not, for even though KL is full of high-end restaurants that will charge you just to breathe in their premises, there are loads of others that are less spendy and much friendlier on our slim wallets, but don’t compromise on the intimate atmosphere either.
Choose between dining in the chic interior, or the breezy, al fresco outdoor area, surrounded by greenery in the middle of the bustling city.
Obviously, we can’t expect the prices to be the same as roadside food stalls, but in comparison with other hotel restaurants, JP Teres’ prices are considerably affordable.
And with lots of people comes roadside stalls of course, and a number of affordable stalls have popped up along the road at the hilltop to feed the hungry masses still swarming to the look out point.
There’s no question that you wouldn’t have to fork out even RM50 for your meal, as is standard with roadside stalls, so you won’t have to worry about money.