We know catching a plane or stepping out of a long flight can be arduous and sometimes, airplane food just doesn’t cut it. Worry not, we have listed out 5 spots in KLIA that would help to ease your stress and fill your tummy at the same time.
We bring to you the top food discoveries that we uncovered at KLIA and klia2. We are talking about the best eats, deals and meals you can get before boarding a flight or go-to eateries while waiting to pick up someone. Whether it’s a family send-off for a loved one or a need for quick fix between flights, save this list for your guide to good food… More »
"A nasi lemak breakfast with a difference!"
Who would have thought that Batu Pahat turned out to be a treasure trove of interesting nasi lemak? From the smokiest sambal I’ve ever tasted to one that serves it with fried ikan siakap, this is also the town that came up with nasi lemak with sup tauhu. What’s that you say? Well allow me to enlighten you folks.
"Cheap & Cheerful Supper Choices!"
The Boys specialises in offering hefty dishes laden with all the works. Their burgers and hot dogs are messy, liberally doused with a multitude of sauces, like their hot dog ‘Special’, jumbo chicken franks topped with a meaty bolognaise sauce. I say bolognaise but don’t expect the Italian version, this is a Malaysian version, slightly sweet with a strong chilli sauce flavour.
Although it’s a popular Sabahan delicacy,Mee Tuaran is not that well known outside the state. It’s a shame because this is such a tasty dish! Created by the Hakka Chinese community of Tuaran, the noodles are made from a batter consisting of egg and flour, flavourful eaten on its own but made even yummier with the addition of egg and veg. More »
"The yin and yang of nasi lemak"
Cik Pah Corner at Kampung Hang Tuah, Batang Berjuntai is a godsend. Food here is home-cooked, made with much love and care. As a hungry and often broke student this quickly became my favourite spot for a good meal during my uni days.The moment you lift the lid off the tub, the sweet smell of nasi lemak fills the air and your stomach roars in approval. You just know that this is going to be a good one.
"Serving Nasi Lemak since 1978!"
Saleha bt. Shaikh Ahmad started selling nasi lemak from a mobile cart more than 38 years ago. Since 1978, her stall located at Restoran Ming Huat has become a household name in Melaka, frequented by regulars nightly. Sambal is chunky with tons of onions and chillies, a typical Malaccan-type of sambal, sweeten by gula Melaka, flavoured by prawn heads and plenty of geragau (small dried krill). Mellow in terms of heat and sweet with a slightly briny taste.