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    3 Budak Gemok

    by Arslan Z. on Tue, February 12, 2019

    Coming from a family with a heavy footprint in the food scene in KL, 3 relatives decided to start one of their own shop with the help of their sister-in-law whom came up with the recipe for the famous Ayam Masak Kicap and Cili Gesek.…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Restoran Puteri

    by Arslan Z. on Mon, February 11, 2019

    What started out as a hobby, now has become one of TTDI neighbourhood’s institution. Pn. Rubiah first open her doors to customer more than 35 years ago. Cooking up her family's specials such as Laksa Johor, Lontong, Soto and other…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Yam’s Cornerz Roti Canai

    by Arslan Z. on Fri, January 11, 2019

    P. K. Abdullah started the business more than 50 years ago, right in the heart of Kampung Pandan. Now run by his children, it has become Ampang's best kept secret. It's just a simple warong that serves good ol' Roti Canai and they're…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Nasi Lemak Lori Setiawangsa

    by Arslan Z. on Wed, December 19, 2018

    Abang Hisham begun his Nasi Lemak affair with his foster family back in Melaka. Learning the A to Z of Nasi Lemak making, especially the Sambal, he made sure all his ingredients are fresh and handmade. Yes, he makes the cili giling…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Lubuk Bangku

    by Arslan Z. on Wed, December 12, 2018

    This place was started by Kak Ida and her family, she went back to her true love for cooking after working in the banking industry for 26 years. Hailing from Kuala Pilah herself, Kak Ida guna recipe turun temurun from her family but…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Lontong & Such

    by Arslan Z. on Wed, November 21, 2018

    Azlan Aziz was an experienced hotelier before he decided to trade his suit and tie for an apron and a spatula to open up Lontong & Such. A true blue Lontong addict, it took him a while before he found the perfect Lontong recipe. The…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Nasi Lemak Wak Kentut

    by Honey on Fri, November 02, 2018

    Nasi Lemak Khora - Khora (formerly known as Nasi Lemak Wak Kentut) came on our radar because of the cheeky name and news of excellent ayam goreng. This fried chicken folks, is the battered kind, with a crispy crunchy crust that hides…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Familia Fried Chicken Kg. Baru

    by Arslan Z. on Thu, November 01, 2018

    What sets apart Familia Fried Chicken from the other local Ayam goreng joint is their unique batter and of course their claim to fame Cheese Leleh Sauce! And the other thing is that their Kg Baru setup has a beautiful view of KLCC…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Sup Haji Abu Menusuk Kalbu

    by Arslan Z. on Sun, June 10, 2018

    If you’re a night owl and like to lepak or merayau all over KL then this place should be one of your pitstops, doling out one of the thickest and heartiest sup you can find in KL. Sup Haji Abu has been around since anyone could remember…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Juicy Meaty Australian Beef Tenderloin Satay only at JomSatecom

    by Arslan Z. on Thu, May 03, 2018

    When you think of Satay, you’d never think of it as a breakfast or lunch fare, unless you’re from the state of Johor or Kelantan where it’s a total norm for people to have it during the day. Well good friends, Ekram and Zahid…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Extra Flaky Roti Canai at Restoran Jaya SS5

    by Arslan Z. on Thu, April 26, 2018

    Started out by a Kelantanese couple back in the early 80’s, they only have two things in mind. One, cook up the best authentic Kelantanese fare outside of Kelantan and two, toss a no fuss, no muss Roti Canai. I have to say, they…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    SS12 Subang Jaya’s low-key nasi lemak is ons!

    by Honey on Sun, April 22, 2018

    Abang Rahim and Kak Yati started out sharing their mouthwatering Nasi Lemak and lauk since the early 80’s. This hidden gem have been a prominent player in filling up those hungry tummies of “Subangites”. Little bit of everything…  More »