With Christmas round the corner, I thought it apt to check out Santa Chapati House. So on a sunny Saturday, we venture to Lebuh Ampang for the best chapati in KL. This better be worth the train trip and 10min trek! It's usually… More »
The massive chunk of duck thigh sits in a reddish brown gravy, absorbing the myriad of spices in the dish. A heady aroma hits you as you take a whiff. You try it, expecting something familiar but it's different. The gravy is slightly… More »
One of the best, or in fact the best tandoori in Malaysia is actually located in a small shop in Kota Laksamana, Melaka. So there, I have said it. You've read it. Can't take it back now. I now have to defend why after all these years… More »
When I first heard of banana leaf rice (BLR) being served at a little cafe near the office on Friday afternoons I was a bit skeptical. The initial hesitation disappeared though the minute I tasted the curry. Bursting with flavour and… More »
The streets are hot. Blindingly hot. Your stomach is halfway distended from that enormous lunch of nasi beriyani ayam you just had at Hameediyah. But you're determined, determined to walk through Georgetown just a little more, to… More »
I used to label the banana leaf rice meal (BLR) as a once-in-a-blue-moon treat. Though I'm a huge fan, this sumptuous affair usually left me feeling overly bloated and my wallet a whole lot lighter. Unfortunately, many BLR joints… More »
Unlike some other places, Gowry makes 'made-to-order' capati instead of making a stock and reheating it when there is an order. This keeps her capati fresh. Not only that, you can actually have a planta or ghee version as well. Gowry… More »
I dropped by recently after handing in a paper to reward myself with a curry fix. I grabbed a seat at one of the outer tables in chilly after-morning-rain weather and placed my usual order: two roti canai (garing, of course) and a… More »
"This is Maggie Goreng fried by an Indian man," my friend smiles. "So that's why its so good, only an Indian man knows how to fry noodles like this." My friend emphasised this point by tapping on the table animatedly. Still we were… More »
One of my favorite joints to visit after school was near my best friend's house. We'd trudge there, still in our uniforms and gorge ourselves silly on banana leaf rice so we could really sink in to our afternoon naps that we school… More »
Brickfields is a bit of a mystery for me. I've lived in either KL or PJ for my entire life but have yet to explore the depths of this place. The smell of curry on every street, the colors everywhere, the people who smile as they jostle… More »
A relative of mine mentioned that another distant relative had opened up a banana leaf restaurant. Well it made sense that since I work in the food line I just had to go give it a try. I went with an open mind trying not to be biased.… More »
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