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  • Where To EatStreet Burgers

    Zam Burger

    by Ali on Wed, November 23, 2016

    Zam Burger is operated by Shafizam hence the name Zam Burger, a chirpy chap with 12 years of burger cooking experience. Zam Burger has an extensive menu to order from, there is the your not-so-average burger (we’ll get to that),…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Nasi Lemak Ejam

    by Farah D. on Mon, November 21, 2016

    The winning side dish that always keeps people coming to Ejam is their fried chicken. It’s even more enticing when paired with a dark crimson sambal and rice richly-flavoured with coconut. It’s no surprise that Ejam has been a…  More »

  • Where To Eat

    Jonbab Turkish Kebab Wangsa Maju

    by Ali on Thu, November 17, 2016

    Jonbab is a kebab stall at the corner of Wangsa Maju, in front of the famous mamak BRJ in the area. The owner of the stall, Turkish origin Sedat, has kept the concept simple. You order up a kebab, and you select your choice from the…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Warung Nasi Lemak Cik Chom

    by Farah D. on Mon, November 14, 2016

    Cik Chom’s nasi lemak doesn’t look like the usual nasi lemak. Even the rice itself looks different – a dome made up of green rice on top of white, unusual yet appealing. And of course, sliced cucumbers would be too mainstream…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Lesung Batu Cafe

    by Honey on Tue, October 25, 2016

    I must confess I was seduced by a picture of sambal kerang on social media one day which led me to try the nasi lemak at Lesung Batu. Jasmeen who runs the place and is pretty much a wizard in the kitchen herself serves mainly Malay-Patani…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Nasi Lemak Angah

    by Farah D. on Mon, October 24, 2016

    Each packet from Angah is wrapped meticulously in paper and banana leaf. Its enticing aroma pulls you closer, the quintessential packed meal that is undeniably Malaysian. Rice is rich with aromatics like ginger and lemongrass. You…  More »

  • Where To EatMalay

    Warung Sinarnor

    by Farah D. on Thu, October 20, 2016

    All the cooking for nasi lemak at Warung Sinarnor is done over a wood fire, a method that has remained unchanged even after 47 years. Wood imparts a smokey taste to the rice, enhancing the subtle hints of pandan and coconut. They steam…  More »

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