• Where To EatMiddle East

    Broasted Chicken King

    by Ali on Wed, October 09, 2019

    Broasted Chicken King has its roots hailing from the middle east, one may even compare it to the renowned Al - Baik. The menu comprises of two types of meat which are chicken and fish, both which is featured in different variations.…  More »

  • Where To EatMiddle East

    Nasi Arab Masjid Kuning

    by Ali on Thu, September 21, 2017

    Say Nasi Arab and people usually imagine long grain rice, full with spices and cooked with mountains of meat. There are a few popular dishes frequently ordered at Arab resaurants such as Mandy Rice, Kabsa Rice, Maghdut Rice and many…  More »

  • Where To EatMiddle East

    Sahara Tent Ramadhan Buffet

    by Honey on Fri, August 20, 2010

    That tender fall-off-the-bone lamb. Mounds of golden fragrant rice with spice-massaged chicken buried like succulent treasures. Hummus- creamy ambrosia on warm pita. Eggplant done the most insanely delicious ways, baked tender in a…  More »

  • Where To EatMiddle East


    by Alexa P. on Sat, April 24, 2010

    Turkish cuisine is a mix of Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, Caucasian and Balkan cuisines. Many of the dishes look and taste similar to what you might find at a Lebanese restaurant but there are some subtle differences in spices used.…  More »

  • Where To EatMiddle East

    Al Rawsha

    by Edwan S. on Sat, March 13, 2010

    I first caught wind of this Lebanese restaurant through my brother, who mentioned that they have an awesome lamb, which they served with rice. Never one to pass up a good meal, I made it a point to pay Al Rawsha a visit. It’s quite…  More »

  • Where To EatMiddle East

    Saba Restaurant

    by Adly on Sat, August 15, 2009

    Great food & CyberJaya doesn't rhyme. Not even close. If you've ever been to this part of the world, you know what I mean. But I am about to let out a secret. Judging by the amount of people visiting this Arabic restaurant, I don't…  More »

  • Where To EatMiddle East


    by The Foodster on Mon, October 06, 2008

    Meandering around to the back roads behind Jalan Ampang, I was astonished to find that it’s now a little bit Arab. No less than three Arabic restaurants have sprung up in different degrees of deco and brightness. One, that is quite…  More »

  • Where To EatMiddle East


    by The Foodster on Wed, June 06, 2007

    I remember skipping over to Tarbush at Ampang Point and standing at the corner eating their kebabs, juice dribbling down my chin (because there’s no graceful way of eating kebabs) almost a decade ago. During that time they’ve spread…  More »