“Eh Lunch Mana?” has always been the age old question as the clock slowly approach the lunch hour. To save you from the fuss of figuring out on where to beat the Monday blues, we’ve made a compilation… More »
Over a weekend why not venture a little out of your Klang Valley haunts and check out some places in Kajang? They are not only famous for satay okay? There's some excellent local food to be found if you… More »
Kota Damansara sits right in between Petaling Jaya and Subang, and is relatively a new neighbourhood. So in a way it's still finding it's feet as a makan destination. This means that anything goes, from… More »
Kampung Baru is one of the oldest settlements in Kuala Lumpur. There are a lot of history surrounding the area and also good food. One step into this area and you are overwhelmed by the sheer amount of… More »
A few years ago I moved to Ampang and discovered (and re-discovered) a treasure throve of places to eat and hang out. There’s a certain laid-backness about Ampang. It’s a neighbourhood that’s settled… More »
Subang Jaya is well known for a vibrant cafe culture and Indie restaurants. With so many universities in the area, the crowd is youthful this helped shape the newer eating places and indirectly attract… More »
Many would agree that TTDI has one of the best urban markets in Klang Valley. It's small and compact but easy to manoeuvre around. Things might be a little bit expensive here compared to other markets… More »
"Sedap dih maké kat pantai ni!" was what we exlaimed at Pantai Cahaya Bulan, Kelantan as we had some awesome beach-side treats. Fresh seafood, cool sweet ice cream and refreshing fruit and drinks. It… More »
Word on the street is that Publika is the new cool hangout. This spot offers up a range of restaurants, cafes, eateries, on top of which they're the new artsy place to be with their numerous events, art… More »
When a friend enticed me with a Damansara Uptown nasi lemak crawl, I actually made the effort to brave the morning traffic to join her on this little excursion. The crawl consisted of kopitiams, a makeshift… More »
I bit the stinky tofu and the juice oozed out dripping down my chin and hands. Despite the appalling aroma it has a mild taste. Coated with crispy skin, the insides tasted like briny soft tofu. It gets… More »
It goes without saying that I am a Terengganuphile. I adore the drive there up the alluring coast-line, hanging out at Batu Rakit crunching keropok and paddling in the South China Sea. Terengganu operates… More »
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