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  • Where To EatChinese

    Toh Yuen

    by The Foodster on Fri, July 18, 2003

    Toh Yuen is still a popular spot for weekend dim sum. Their dim sum buffets are also famous. They have about forty different dim sum selections on top of their vast selection of Chinese cuisines ranging from appetizers to live seafood.…  More »

  • Where To EatChinese

    Purple Cane Tea House

    by The Foodster on Wed, March 19, 2003

    Too much cholesterol is not good for you, right? After countless reviews, we've decided to go healthy just this once and go green with tea. Yup! It's tea time fellas. If you didn't know that tea drinking is actually some kind of art…  More »

  • Where To EatIndian

    Mee Penang Al-Syed

    by The Foodster on Sun, February 02, 2003

    "Dulu di Jln Railway.. sekarang dah pindah dah" says Mohammad Abd. Hamid, the proprietor of Al-Syed. Apparently Al Syed was his dad who started the business back in 1967. This Penang Mee has been traded for more than twenty years,…  More »

  • Where To EatJapanese

    Kampachi

    by The Foodster on Thu, November 21, 2002

    Firstly, Japanese cuisines need not be very expensive if you know which dishes to select. Two, if you are going with some friends or on a date and you are worried about the budget, it helps to call the restaurant manager in advance…  More »

  • Where To EatIndian

    Saffron Indian Restaurant

    by The Foodster on Wed, July 17, 2002

    I'm going straight to the point! I love the homemade dishes at Saffron. Let me tell you more. Tucked away on a quiet spot in Sri Hartamas, Saffron have been in business for about eight years. What's so special about Saffron is that…  More »

  • Where To EatIndian

    Mee Sultan

    by The Foodster on Fri, July 05, 2002

    Everybody knows that the best mamak mee rebus and mee goreng is in Penang. The question is where in Penang can you find it? Let me tell you about a hawker stall just off Jalan Burmah in Penang. They've been there for more than ten…  More »

  • Where To EatIndochinese

    De Chiengmai Thai Seafood

    by The Foodster on Thu, June 20, 2002

    The first thing that I noticed is that the restaurant is surrounded by roadside stalls but De Chiengmai itself is anything but a stall. It's rather a beautiful restaurant in the middle of nowhere. De Chiengmai is a family owned business…  More »

  • Where To EatChinese

    Ampang Yong Tau Foo

    by The Foodster on Wed, October 24, 2001

    When you get to this Yong Tau Foo area, you may be rather overwhelmed because there are three restaurants, side by side, separated only by a small drain, offering a total of almost 150 tables, with a total seating capacity of nearly…  More »

  • Where To EatIndian

    Hameediyah Restaurant

    by The Foodster on Thu, August 02, 2001

    Hameediyah Restaurant must be one of the oldest restaurant we've reviewed surpassed maybe by Bismillah in Taiping. Established in 1907, they've been serving Indian Muslim dishes for four generations. Sailing all the way from Ramnad…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Lontong Mak Yah

    by The Foodster on Fri, July 27, 2001

    What's a Lontong you ask? Nope it’s not a simian-like animal but rather a Malay delicacy from the South of the border. It’s a combination of nasi impit, sotong, telur, kuah kacang, kuah lontong, cabbage and sambal. I don't usually…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Nasi Lemak Tanjung Puteri

    by The Foodster on Mon, April 23, 2001

    Sometimes, when I feel like winding down at a nice place, I go to Tanjung Puteri. But my Tanjung Puteri is in Desa Sri Hartamas. First things first, they have nice night ambience. Although Nasi Lemak Tanjung Puteri is just a stall,…  More »

  • Where To EatIndian

    Fluffy Roti Canai at Raju’s

    by The Foodster on Mon, April 02, 2001

    Many people remember Raju's during the days when they are under the trees, breezes blowing through as you enjoy an Indian breakfast or banana leaf rice. A lot of people have mixed feelings about Raju's. Some say the the curry is diluted…  More »