This chicken is bright with fresh ingredients, a recipe from the East Coast of Malaysia. We serve it up with an excellent side of buttery rice. More »
Plenty of people fry up ikan masin with kailan but here’s an idea. Get some young asparagus shoots and give it an Asian personality with ikan kurau masin, a mild saltiness that gives this stir-fry a punch. More »
This is a dish that warms the cockles of your heart, a childhood favourite and we know we are not alone! What is there not to like? A crunchy juicy chicken lollypop perfect for hungry little bellies… More »
Cook this up for dinner tonight. It’s super simple, takes not time to make and you can always sub it with bigger prawns for more bite! More »
Our bento boxes were so popular during our I Eat KL launch we thought that it be good to give out some tips and recipes to make your own. It's a sweet little weekend project or something to send to your favourite person. Be it a picnic, a snack by the stairs of a college, sent to the office with some flowers or just a simple way of saying, 'I care'… More »
Here’s the secret to a killer baked potato. When it’s hot out of the oven and the tatter flesh is smoking slather in garlic butter. Trust us it will bring your humble spud to the next level… More »
"Food, art and bicycle loving action..."
Inspired by business combinations in international stores, founders Fadli Hj Rosli and Halyza Halim sought no time to combine three things they loved most – riding, art, and good food. Grafa began as a fixed gear lifestyle store and design studio, with a small café at the side. Only recently did they expand the café into a full-blown designer restaurant. "This is a place where people can come and forget that they're in Subang," said Fadli.
Taking the combo inspiration further they teamed up with Williams (the all time popular foodie hangout in Kelana Jaya) for inspiration and a helping hand, so Grafa Café was born. Recipes are the same to give the familiar quality of good cuisine, but the cafe does have their own special stuff! The result is a funky restaurant with a menu that boasts both local and mixed cuisine in plus size portions. Perfect for a chilled out food loving session.
From lunch to supper, Grafa Café is usually buzzing with friendly conversations and acoustic music. Food here comes in generous portions and the menu offerings are promising. They have a range of western grill items like house specialty Grafamama’s Grilled Lamb Chop, served with creamy white gravy, mint sauce, with a side of mashed potatoes. It comes as two pieces of lamb, tender and light, a portion big enough for two people to share. The mashed potatoes can be a little clumpy but nevertheless tasty. The Chicken Chop offers a crunchy chicken breast with a deliciously thick black pepper sauce on the side.
There's also the Boyfriend Steak Sandwich, a messy, meaty meal of steak strips, chicken ham slices, with cheese and onions. The steak strips are marinated to a fine flavour of barbecue and are very soft to eat. Together with light, crispy onion rings, this dish makes for a tasty appetizer.
Try too the Nasi Goreng Ketam. It’s an aromatic serving of spicy seafood, a taste as familiar as tom yam. The rice is a little zesty and goes nicely with the soft shell crabs, though the whole dish may a little hot for some. Each mouthful is a flavourful trip, and will definitely fill an empty stomach.