Let's get this straight, martabak (with an 'a') is a popular snack in Indonesia where it resembles our own apam balik. It is thicker and usually comes with sweet fillings. Lucky for us a local Malaysian learnt the recipe from a martabak… More »
Shah Alam is actually pretty vast. In this vastness, therefore, it's logical to think that great eating spots are all over the state capital of Selangor. Drive away from the city centre and towards the more industrial areas and you… More »
It’s easy to see the appeal of ayam penyet restaurants. Spiced chicken (and beef, and fish, etc.) is fried to a golden crisp on the outside with still fork tender meat within. Served with rice and usually fiery hot sambals, it’s… More »
The actual name of this restaurant is Syasya Syaheera – but nobody really calls it that. To most of its regular customers (hundreds of ‘em) the place is simply known as Pecel Lele. It’s famous for, you guessed it – the pecel.… More »
Masakan Padang was a big part of my childhood. I remember afternoons spent sitting in a plain restaurant where décor came second to the food. Plates would magically appear at the table with all sorts of delicacies. The way you do… More »
You know a place is really good when food reviewers eat at a place thrice before getting around to writing a review - because they’re too busy eating to bother with taking photos and notes. It was still a bit of a struggle to get… More »
When I invited an Indonesian classmate to come with me, she agreed so fast you would think she hadn't had any Indonesian food for a year. As we escape college grounds during lunch hour, she declares, “It's alright, it's only class.… More »
I am perpetually in search of good guramie. I remembered a short-lived Warung Guramie on Jalan P.Ramlee nestled between Beach Club and some other club. Didn't really make it. Fungsiwaty, the lovely lady who runs Anggrek Kuring shakes… More »
I used to frequent the pasar malam in Taman Melawati when I was younger, always getting fascinated by the cacophony of sounds and myriad of colours. I made my way through the fruits and veg section, the butchers and the dried goods… More »
A stone's throw away from the Chow Kit area, Restoran Rose is a real find. During the day, they serve pretty decent Nasi Padang fare. The Rendang is quite good, though I usually reach for the Lele (catfish) and Sambal Ijo (Green Chilly… More »
The concept here is a bit different from the typical restaurant experience. As you walk in you are ushered to a long buffet-like counter where all the delicious food is spread out. While there are menus to order from it’s more fun… More »
Minang Saiyo restaurant in Taman Melawati is somewhat a hidden treasure, as not many people seem to know of it discounting nearby residents, and it's easy to see why. Make no mistake: this place is old. It's been around for about thirty… More »
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