Empire Damansara is probably most typically visited on a trip to a concert or theatre at Damansara Performing Arts Centre housed here. The area also has a few F&B outlets in this charming space with exposed brick architecture and high ceilings. It seems to draw from the young and creative scene in and around the area which houses sound and editing studios for the creative types. Many of the the spaces are still empty though.
Jekyll and Hide focuses on comfort food heavy on bacon, whereas the bright, Santorini-inspired White Sand café has a fairly typical Western menu. The Two Hands restaurant in the far end, by the hotel Qliq is a bit more upscale than the others. Coffee and sweets can be found at the Fiskee Dough, and Nippori has Japanese fare.
Empire Damansara doesn’t get much foot traffic, so do check whether the restaurants are open or altogether exist before heading out! If you want to check out other nice places for some makan, have a look at the restaurants at closeby Desa ParkCity in our review here.