Qureshi, the only name (in my books) that you need to remember when craving for some 'royal' taste of North Indian cuisine in KL. Muhammad Ahsan Ali Qureshi, the Chef and founder of Qureshi (Malaysia) comes with over 200 years of North… More »
Nathan’s Corner might not be as well known or famous as the other Naan joints in KL, but for the people of Bukit Jalil this cheese naan and tandoori institution has been around for as long as they can remember. Whether you are in… More »
The smell of the Briyani is one of the first things you’ll notice the moment you step into the always crowded eatery. The light but very distinct saffron aroma fills the entrance as the giant cooker sits next to the an array of lauk… More »
Yap Kee Coffee Shop started out back in 1923 (that’s almost a 100 years ago!) Uncle Yap’s Grandfather and Uncle Esvaran’s Grandfather decided to join forces and open up a coffeeshop. So Yap's Grandpa does local coffee and drinks… More »
Around the Ampang area, if you are hankering for some tandoori, go to Uncle Aru's. Now taken over by his son Ravi and renamed Tandoori Hut (why dude?) it's still one of our favourite places to indulge the spicy, red chicken charred… More »
Starve yourself tomorrow! A friend of mine declared boldly. But, but why? I proclaimed sadly, a day without food is definitely my idea of hell. Because tomorrow... is BANANA LEAF DAY!! WooHooo! And that was good enough reason for me.… More »
Some of the best food in the world is on the street. If you don't believe that.... means you don't travel much. But take our lead when we say that Nasi Beriani Tajudin is one of the best street Biryani's in KL. Not so heavy on the… More »
Asking a Malaysian which is the best banana leaf joint and the list of contentions are probably as long as a balik kampung jam on the first day of Raya. Best curry? Bittergourd? Fried chicken or squid? Most tender mutton varuval? With… More »
Ever had briyani cooked in bamboo tubes? There's this little place in Klang that does just that. With different spice paste for chicken, mutton and even crab, their briyani is in a league of their own. Firstly, Stellamary layers the… More »
Mr.Khan and his siblings started their Cendol business in Sungai Petani, Kedah and had a good following there. After he got married, Mr. Khan decided to move to Kuala Lumpur and started serving up his handmade bowl of snowy cendol… More »
When it comes to roti canai, I like ‘em crispy. I love it light too with just a bit of fluffiness underneath. There are of course many of this kind in Klang Valley but Valentine occupies a sweet spot in my heart. Crispy and light,… More »
I like anything that has eggs on top EVEN BETTER if it’s soft boiled egg. And this needs to be done well. The white needs to be opaque, not too solid and not too runny. However the true test is the yolk needs to slip out as soon… More »
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