If you’re a night owl and like to lepak or merayau all over KL then this place should be one of your pitstops, doling out one of the thickest and heartiest sup you can find in KL. Sup Haji Abu has been around since anyone could remember… More »
Big Tree Head Mamak have been cooking up their legendary Nasi Lemak Ayam for the past 30 years. Raja uses his own recipe for Nasi Lemak and Ayam Goreng and through loads of trial and error have tweaked it to his customer's liking.… 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 »
Evening rush hour sets in and you’re stuck in the middle of Damansara, where do you go to escape the madness? Uptown Damansara of course! And with the new parking lot building just next to it, makes it a lot easier for you to feast… 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 »
Chinese Muslim Jamal's friends told him that it's impossible to make non-pork lard bits for hokkien mee. Three months later and after tons of experiments, he was victorious! Some regulars can't even tell the difference. Jamal is a… More »
Uncle Abdul Latif serves one of the fluffies naan and the best almost homecooked briyani's in PJ. And they are open only during lunchtime. The man himself is behind every naan and tandoori making sure that each meal... comes out perfect.… More »
One of my favourite places to have duck rice at the moment is Kenny Hills Bistro. A sister restaurant to Kenny Hills Bakers, they have made this little strip of shops underneath one of the KL’s oldest flats happening again. I found… More »
Uncle Ooi and his family have been making and selling their famous Karipap since the late 80’s. If you go there often enough, it is always his regulars that flock his stall as soon as it opens at 3 PM everyday. Well known not only… 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 »
Bangsar is no stranger to good eats. Now we can add desserts and pastries to that list because Jaslyn Cakes serves up some of the tastiest baked goodies in town. Jaslyn Cakes opened in 2014. Owner, the softly spoken Jaslyn Rangson,… More »
When you think of Satay, you’d never think of it as a breakfast or lunch fare, unless you’re from the state of Johor or Kelantan where it’s a total norm for people to have it during the day. Well good friends, Ekram and Zahid… More »
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