• Where To EatMalay

    Klebang Coconut Shake

    by Alexa P. on Sat, March 20, 2010

    It was a sweltering hot day in Melaka, the kind where your brain feels fuzzy, water doesn't do anything to help your state of dehydration and all you can think of is ice. We were driving around in search of something refreshing when…  More »

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    Hard Wood Kafe

    by Honey on Thu, February 18, 2010

    For some odd reason, Negeri Sembilan always gets a little left out when we are doing roadtrips. Perhaps because people glaze over it en route to Melaka or it's always been rather relaxed and humble when it comes to their dishes. Do…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Mak Tom D’Condo

    by Honey on Sun, January 03, 2010

    Ah... nothing warms the cockles of the heart more than the wafting scent of grilling fish. It's barely 12pm and the crowds are already arriving in droves. Taking a cheeky peek on the grill, I spy mackerel, catfish and stingray nestled…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay


    by Honey on Tue, October 13, 2009

    I must confess sometimes there's nothing I want better for lunch than some rice, a bit of curry on top and fried spicy fish. Maybe a little bit of sayur masak lemak on the side and tofu. Like economy rice, nasi campur shops are real…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Serai Satay Bar

    by Keeta B. on Mon, July 06, 2009

    Popcorn, hot dogs and ice-cream cones share a few things in common. Aside from being absolutely yummy, these are the kind of foods that are known for their 'on-the-go' appeal, prepared fast and eaten straight up. Satay on the other…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Kedai Mak Ngah

    by Honey on Wed, July 01, 2009

    The best laksam in the world is on a languid road leading up to Northern Terengganu. It faces the South China Sea and lives in a modest open-aired shop. This shop is situated in the village of Rhu Sepuluh in Penarik. Apparently original…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay


    by Honey on Tue, June 16, 2009

    D'Cengkih opens early (yay!) which means you can have soto for breakfast. Most places that serve this dish usually only have it available for lunch or dinner. And the soto here is GOOD. Great soup and they serve it with bergedil (like…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    O’Mulia Satay

    by Adly on Fri, June 12, 2009

    O'Mulia Satay is located at a busy intersection between Jalan Tun Razak and Jalan Semarak. If you know where this place is, you'll know that this location is an almost suicidal location to be in. The elevated highway is nearly just…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Nasi Dagang Chendering

    by Honey on Mon, May 25, 2009

    Going through my Terengganu pictures the other day, I came across some nasi dagang snapshots. Mmm... lovely white glutinous rice with a splash of light curry usually made with tongkol (a local tuna) and some acar. I always preferred…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Satay Yunus

    by Vini Balan on Fri, May 08, 2009

    “Oh please… satay Malaysia? Cannot beat Indonesia,” My Indonesian friends wave their hands disdainfully. What is it about Indonesians and their satay? They are insanely proud of it. According to one of them, they grill their…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Restoran A. Hassan

    by Honey on Fri, March 27, 2009

    “The sambal belacan here, boleh ternaik…” my friend licked her chops as we sat in A. Hassan. “I’m already salivating thinking about it”, she grins pleased with the fact she managed to drag me all the way to Taipan. What’s…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Kedai Makan Fathi

    by Honey on Mon, March 02, 2009

    Now here's the thing, if you're not from Kelantan and spend most your life as a West Coaster, the chances of coming across Kelantanese food in your daily life is sporadic at best. That is unless you really seek it out. So when in Kelantan,…  More »