Good ol' nasi lemak, the sheer mention is enough to make me giddy with excitement. Each grain of rice is coated with rich coconut milk, served with a smoking hot sambal, crunchy ikan bilis and kacang.… More »
We always get queries for good Halal Chinese food especially delicious dishes like roast duck, dimsum and hand-pulled noodles. There are now quite a lot of Chinese Muslim restaurants around the valley.… More »
In the past five years nasi kukus places have been opening up all over the city. Usually comprising freshly steamed rice, crisply fried chicken, sambal belacan, acar and a curry gravy of somekind, it is… More »
Everyone knows someone that is obsessed with cheese, especially the stringy, gooey, pull-em-and-stretchy ones. The two most used cheese in cooking are mozzarella and cheddar. Mozzarella is softer and more… More »
When someone mentions Middle-Eastern cuisine or Arab dishes, we imagine kebabs, long-grained rice, and tons and tons of meat. With so many Middle-Eastern restaurants opening all over Klang Valley, how… More »
We rounded up our favourite nasi lemak bungkus that will be available for you to try at I EAT NASI LEMAK 2016. Don't let their humble appearance fool you, these perfectly packed delights may be small and… More »
Syawal is halfway done, you've been to countless Raya open houses, you're feeling bloated, your pants are tighter and the sight of rendang is giving you cold sweats, your body's crying out for something… More »
Here are our new picks for Top 8 Food Trucks in KL. This month, we are collaborating with them and Seasons Tea to bring to you great food truck meals with their drink. Find out why they are in our top… More »
We acknowledge the chicken as the most popular meat in the world, but in a perfect world, maybe beef could easily topple it. Beef is delicious, relatively affordable (if you know what cuts to use!) and… More »
What is life without sambal? Seriously, we cannot imagine a day that goes by without this spicy, funky chilli based condiment being some part of our meals. So here's our Top 5: try any of these once, and… More »
Uptown Damansara (SS21) sure has it's lows: parking and traffic being chief offenders, but people still flock to it in droves. BECAUSE FOOD. There's a lot of really good eats at Uptown, from hipster cafes… More »
Shah Alam is perhaps the unsung hero of foodie towns. People mention KL, PJ, Subang and even TTDI a lot when they talk about great eating towns or cities but seldom is Shah Alam mentioned. But in actual… More »
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