• 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 »

  • Where To EatChinese

    Restoran Sun Sea

    by The Foodster on Fri, September 09, 2005

    Volegum in Tamil means world. Best in the Volegum used to be a catch phrase we used to describe our favorite pork mee stall in OUG. This was coined by a cheeky IT colleague of mine, who probably had too much time on his hands. Lunch…  More »

  • Where To EatItalian

    Villa Danieli

    by The Foodster on Sun, August 21, 2005

    Standing five floors above the city streets, come here for the Wood Oven Baked Fillet of Cod and the Rack of Lamb with Mint Crust. Combined with the great ambience from the beautifully designed interior, what else could you ask for?…  More »

  • Where To EatChinese

    Restoran Hainanese Chicken Rice

    by The Foodster on Mon, July 18, 2005

    This place has been selling Halal Chinese chicken rice for more than twenty years. The taste of the chicken rice reflects the experience that these people have in preparing the dish. A well prepared and delicious chicken rice can be…  More »

  • Where To EatItalian


    by The Foodster on Thu, June 16, 2005

    This lovely little Bistro is set deep in the heart of Bukit Bandaraya and only those who have been led here know of it. Set in a small strip of shophouses often missed due to the proximity to the suburbs, Opus always seems to be full…  More »

  • Where To EatChinese

    Satay Batu Maung at South Pacific Seafood

    by The Foodster on Wed, June 08, 2005

    How many ways can you grill satay and still call it satay? What if it does not come with peanut sauce? And it's from Penang? Well... hold on to your forks, Batu Maung Satay is up for a review and you can get it in PJ. We're here at…  More »

  • Where To EatIndochinese

    CoChine Lounge & Restaurant

    by The Foodster on Fri, March 11, 2005

    This was the forerunner of the hip and artistic Asian Heritage Row. Frankly it's about time that someone did something about our abundance of old shop houses. So it was no surprise that as soon as Bar Savanh (the bar below Cochine)…  More »

  • Where To EatBritish/ Irish/ Pub

    The Smokehouse Restaurant: Cameron Highlands

    by The Foodster on Thu, February 24, 2005

    Where better to savour a good plate of Sirloin Steak with Yorkshire Pudding than The Smokehouse, Cameron Highlands? The cool climate of Cameron Highlands is perfect for evening tea and scones in the flower gardens. Come dinnertime,…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Laksa Teluk Kechai

    by The Foodster on Sun, February 13, 2005

    You've not tasted laksa until you have tried Laksa Teluk Kechai in Kedah. This is one of the best Malay dishes I have ever tasted and if you are from KL, it is worth the four hundred fifty kilometer drive to Zakaria Laksa for several…  More »

  • Where To EatSeafood


    by The Foodster on Wed, February 09, 2005

    Aren't lobster meals expensive? Nah..you shouldn't think about your wallet when having lobsters especially when you can get them for as low as RM58.00++ per lobster from Lobsterman. No need to travel far, Lobsterman is in SS2. So hold…  More »

  • Where To Eat

    Las Carretas

    by The Foodster on Mon, January 10, 2005

    Ai Carramba! I was shocked when I had my first taste of Mexican food. Mexican food has a very strong taste - hot, sour, sweet, salty or all at once. I reckon the food in many ways reflect the landscape of this vast country, very extreme!…  More »