Love All, Feed All

As we turn to a new chapter with our new name, we're expanding our experiences beyond our walls and looking at how that positively impacts & defines us as an independent & contemporary neighbourhood restaurant.

Just last week, we took time out as a team to help our friends at Pit Stop Community Cafe to serve their street friends in KL with a kitchen takeover where the produce & fruits were sponsored by our community of purveyors. Because at the end of the day, isn’t eating together all about being generous not just in food, but in the spirit of hospitality as well? 

Our time at Pit Stop revealed a much more powerful truth - that there's a community of earth angels out there similar to Pit Stop looking out for those in need, and a place where they can find rest & recharge from society. How fun was this? So fun that we’re planning second rounds already. And this time, we’re hoping for others to join us on the bandwagon. 

We encourage you to discover like we did, what true hospitality is, and we bet you’ll be going home with your hearts a little bigger than before. To find out more about them, head on over to their Facebook page at Pit Stop Community Cafe.

 

Embracing A New Chapter

A little surprise, but true! We’re turning a new page from The Kitchen Table and embarking on a new chapter from today onwards.

Being part of the Damansara Kim runs in our blood. We’re not only humbled to be amidst a row of neighbourhood institutions, but also proud that we’re now an integral part of the community.

When we first opened, we made it a point that everything was made from scratch in the kitchen, and that how we made people feel was as equally important to us. We treated our restaurant like home, our team like family, and our guests like friends. We served our food on shared plates, because food is never food unless you share with others, right? And like all Malaysians, sharing is caring.

Over the 2 years that we’ve opened, we’ve made some pretty silly mistakes but also learnt to not take ourselves too seriously. But the three things that has kept us going is knowing that the act of hospitality itself is a craft, that honest cooking is hard to come by these days, and to always ask ourselves what role do we have as a restaurant in our community?

We’re grateful that you've turned us into your favourite restaurant. And we believe that the new name Table & Apron reflected just that – simple moments of eating together that are worth celebrating for at the table, and wearing that apron for us is something that we’re pretty proud of.

What can you expect with this new name over the next few months? Look forward to dinner parties in our private dining room, loads of specials on rotation, & the best part, new aprons!

Rest assured, we’re still your neighbourhood restaurant with that familiar hospitality, really good food, and ALL by the same people.

P/S: The fried chicken is here to STAY.

Yours truly,

Marcus
Chef & Owner