WHERE TO EAT

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  • Where To EatWestern

    T-Cafe

    by The Foodster on Mon, August 21, 2006

    T-Cafe was started by a group of friends way back in 2002. This is a cool place to stop by for a hot cuppa and warm scones. When we went there, we found out that they have other delicious food on the menu too. Fun Fun! Read on.. High…  More »

  • Where To EatChinese

    China Treasures

    by The Foodster on Wed, August 16, 2006

    We were rather surprised to find this hidden little place for dim sum. China Treasures serves halal dim sum and also has an extensive Chinese menu including favourites such as Peking duck and shark’s fin soup. Also lazily swimming…  More »

  • Where To EatJapanese

    Midori @ Marriot Putrajaya

    by The Foodster on Wed, August 09, 2006

    If you fancy a bit of quiet Japanese whilst eavesdropping on Putrajaya gossip, Midori a comfortable and relaxed restaurant offers just that and more. Sashimi and sushi can probably be had anywhere- so what sets a Japanese restaurant…  More »

  • Where To EatSeafood

    Nong and Jimmy Thai Seafood BBQ

    by The Foodster on Sun, July 23, 2006

    After a few minutes of sipping boiled sugarcane in ice, the first kerang bakar baskets arrived. Cooking 'siham' over the fire reduced some its juiciness but this was made up by giving it that delicious smoky flavor. The cockles are…  More »

  • Where To EatChinese

    Kedai Makanan Nan Sian

    by The Foodster on Sun, July 02, 2006

    We are not sure when Dry Bak Kut Teh first appeared in Klang but now many BKT places do have it. This style of cooking, in layman's terms is Bah Kut Teh minus the soup. Pork meat is still the main ingredient of course! The meat is…  More »

  • Where To EatChinese

    Ming Kee Rice and Noodle House

    by The Foodster on Mon, May 08, 2006

    ‘Ming Kee Rice and Noodle House’ has more than 30 years of history since they started their business. Even the street where Ming Kee is located is called Lazat which means delicious. If you are around Taman Gembira, grab a dish…  More »

  • Where To EatSeafood

    Bagan Lalang Seafood

    by The Foodster on Tue, May 02, 2006

    Bagan Lalang is a great place to relax, unwind, enjoy some fresh sea breezes and at the same time, delicious seafood. Believe it or not, this place is just half and hours drive from the Sepang F1 Circuit. Totally different from KL!…  More »

  • Where To EatKorean

    Koong Jung

    by The Foodster on Sat, March 11, 2006

    Overlooking the KLCC park on the 3rd floor of PNB Darby Park, sit next to the glass walls for the great ambience. The restaurant can be a bit busy during dinner as it is popular with Koreans and locals as well. An all Korean meal at…  More »

  • Where To EatJapanese

    Chuka Cafe

    by The Foodster on Tue, February 28, 2006

    I must admit this find is a goldmine. I could never imagine finding such a charming place away from the busy and chaotic traffic (just 5 minutes away from the old airport). Tucked in an upscale condo, Chuka Cafe (non-halal) appears…  More »

  • Where To EatKopitiam

    Yut Kee

    by The Foodster on Tue, January 24, 2006

    When you enter Yut Kee, it's like a blast from the past. Think round marble tables with rickety chairs. Old fashioned wooden shutter windows and winding wooden staircase. The wall is adorned with a simple hand-written menu while an…  More »

  • Where To EatJapanese

    Wasabi Bistro

    by The Foodster on Tue, January 17, 2006

    This charming basement restaurant is a breath of fresh air (Hawaiian to be exact) from all the other stoic Japanese eateries in town. The lighting is lowered to comfortable levels giving Wasabi's modern looking restaurant a good ambience…  More »

  • Where To EatIndonesian

    Warung Garuda

    by The Foodster on Tue, December 13, 2005

    This humble looking restaurant has many selections of nasi padang 'lauks'. Situated near the Kampung Baru Mosque, this is s good place for a quick Padang fix. From the ulams to the meaty curries and delicious dendeng, this place will…  More »