"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 »
With Ramadhan bazaars across town it can be a bit difficult to separate the good from the bad, not to mention figuring out the stalls worth checking out. So we've done your homework for you and scoured… More »
Nothing is more synonymous with Indian life in the Klang Valley than Brickfields. Our own Little India, it boasts spice shops, textile stores, snacks and sweets galore, and a whole host of restaurants!… More »
For someone who gets pretty nostalgic about Indonesian food, I never knew just how chock-full Kampung Baru was with Indonesian restaurants. Sure, there were a couple of eateries I went to once in a while.… More »
If you spot a lost-looking gwai lo with a guidebook in KL at any time of the day, he’s probably looking for Chinatown. And why wouldn’t he? Cheap knock-off goods, great people-watching and some of… More »
Driving up north? Or traveling back to KL? Take a half-day detour in our latest favourite foodie town: Taiping! Most places in Taiping are actually pretty walk-able if you’re up for it. In between meals/snacks… More »
Say “Heading up north” and the first thing that springs to mind is PENANG and FOOD. Yes, the Malaysian pearl of the orient is also the ultimate gastronomic paradise for most Malaysians. Ask any Penangite… More »
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