"Hot wings, hot sauce"
Chicken wings are a wonder of nature. I say this because it is almost literally the perfect snack! Flavourful, juicy (when done right!) and easy to munch on. See what I mean? It's no wonder that the brothers Firdaus and Fitri decided to go with chicken wings as their USP. More »
"Gourmet taste on a street budget!"
The word 'gourmet' usually connotes something expensive for most Malaysians. But when 'gourmet' is combined with 'cheap' (albeit, not officially) then you'll have interests piqued. Little Fat Duck is the truck where those two terms are combined. Gourmet food... and low, low prices. More »
"Everything fresh, everything yummy."
After a year or so in petroleum engineering, Radzi Zamani decided to leave it and pursue his true calling: running a food truck! He was always a foodie, so it was a natural move for him. In doing so, though, he also decided to make sure his truck was one of the best to roam the streets of KL. So he designed the truck to top-notch specifications and made sure everything was in place. The result? Say hello to the Teazer Food Truck. More »
"Tex-Mex on a truck, affordably priced."
Thyme Out's main shtick is to serve Tex-Mex fare at affordable prices. That's always been their goal, from their humble beginnings as a stall, to now with their big, instantly recognizable truck. They're a veteran of many food events and is a familiar sight to the people of PJ and TTDI. Right now they're one of the hottest food trucks in KL and PJ. More »
"Authentic Arab tastes, for Malaysian tongues"
“This is the secret to my nasi Arab,” says Kak Hasnah as she showed us some foil in the palm of her hand. In it are some onion skins and a generous dollop of ghee. On it she puts in a smoking hot piece of charcoal, bundles it up and inserts it in her huge pot of simmering rice. This restaurant - and it's nasi arab - is one of Gombak's best kept 'open secrets'. More »
"Authentic Thai flavours."
Just below the shining beacons of light that is KLCC, Kampung Bharu almost seems like a place trapped in time. The enclave is still populated with wooden houses decades old. Kampung Bharu was always known as a hotspot of makan places, and that too thankfully, hasn't changed. It is probably still THE place to go to for tom yum restaurants. And one of the best is Sukhumvit. More »
"Scones the way it should be: buttery and tender!"
Miss Ellie Tea House is situated in a quiet housing area, amidst a row of shop houses. It has a charming, unassuming frontage with a small sign designating the name. Step inside though, and it feels like you stepped onto a Harry Potter film set! It’s all decorated with lovely china and glassware, books and retro furniture. The place reeks of charm and I couldn’t help but feel at home. It's also one of the few places left where you'll see the owner not only cooking, but personally greeting and serving guests too...