Notification: the restaurant is permanently closed
Goodsaltz Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur is a vibrant and family-friendly restaurant that’s conveniently situated along The Curve’s open-air walkway. It stands out from most eateries in Petaling Jaya for its cheerful vibe, quaint interior, and as well as delectable comfort foods with unique flavours.
Furnished with light wooden tables and bright red-cushioned chairs, Goodsaltz’s spacious al fresco dining area is surrounded by a leafy and shaded courtyard that overlooks The Curve’s walkway (called The Street), making it the perfect setting for casual breakfasts and intimate dinners. Meanwhile, Goodsaltz's air-conditioned indoor section is beautifully decorated with an eclectic mix of old family pieces, garage sale collectibles and recycled knick-knacks, resulting in a rustic yet cosy dining ambience.
Serving all-day breakfasts, pastas, burgers, sandwiches, and fusion mains, Goodsaltz prides itself in preparing every dish from scratch with the best ingredients which emulate the taste and flavours of a home-cooked meal. The restaurant also offers an extensive array of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as sinfully sweet desserts such as brownies, panna cottas, crepes, and cakes.
We start off with Goodsaltz’s masala fried spaghetti (RM24), a signature east-meets-west dish with generous amounts of masala spices, ground chicken and fresh tomatoes. Highly recommended for those who love Indian spices, this hearty dish has a distinctively strong and spicy taste that may be too hot for some to handle.
Therefore, diners with a lower tolerance for spice will probably prefer the kapitan baked salmon (RM29) served with cabbage kerabu and pineapple rice. Lightly cooked with kapitan curry spices and coconut cream, we love the fact that the savoury sauce complements the salmon’s natural flavour and texture instead of overpowering the ensemble.
Next, we savour Goodsaltz’s garlic rosemary lamb chops (RM45) with creamy garlic mash potatoes, French beans and grilled pineapple slices. One of our favourite dishes of the evening, the tender lamb chops are grilled to perfection while the mash potatoes and vegetables balance out the meaty goodness. Best of all, the generous portion (but without the hefty price tag) allows for sharing amongst two people.
Goodsaltz also excels in its al-day breakfast menu, best proven with its salmon Benedict (RM20) served with smoked salmon, poached eggs, button mushrooms and hollandaise sauce. Diners are given a choice of toast or pancakes with maple syrup, though we recommend the latter for a unique twist to this rather popular breakfast option.
For dessert, we indulge in the banana Nutella crepes (RM14) and double chocolate caramel brownies (RM14), both served with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream. While both options can undoubtedly satisfy diners with a sweet tooth, the brownies are the clear crowd favourite. Drizzling with salted caramel syrup, the chocolate brownies are deliciously rich and moist with a tangy hint of orange – a satisfying end to a great dining experience at Goodsaltz.
Overall, Goodsaltz is a must-visit restaurant in Petaling Jaya thanks to its convenient and breezy location, team of friendly staff, and uniquely tantalising food. On weekends, The Street transforms into a bustling flea market where guests can browse through numerous stalls that sell apparels, knick-knacks and unique accessories at affordable prices.
Goodsaltz is located opposite Laundry Bar, along The Street within The Curve shopping centre. To get there, a free shuttle bus that runs three times a day from Royale Bukit Bintang Hotel is available. Alternatively, visitors can take the LRT from KL Sentral to Kelana Jaya and hop on to a free shuttle bus that heads to The Curve.
- Opening Hours: Monday – Thursday 10:00 – 00:0, Friday – Sunday 10:00 - 01:00
- Address: G41, Ground Floor, The Curve, Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya
- Tel: +603 7733 7860