Oh, goodness. Where to begin with an institution like Pisco? When they opened in 2013, they set the pace for the renaissance of Kuala Lumpur’s nightlife. The restaurant and bar downstairs would feed you ceviche, while you drank their namesake pisco sours. Upstairs was dark, mysterious, and thumping with house, techno or disco, depending on the day of the week. The two floors are now married together in a single, perfect ground floor, music and conviviality.The menu is a nod to Peru, with a touch of Iberia. Try all of the ceviche, and the uh… meat platters (we gotta get out of our comfort zone, but it’s hard when it’s so delicious). Keep your eyes peeled for the incredible DJ nights they host, where you can sweat out all of those calories you just ate.