Steamed or roasted are usually the two options you get when you order chicken rice. Game for something different? Get out of your comfort zone and try the fried sesame chicken sold at Gerai Ah Kow. Hailing from Perak, Uncle Ah Kow… More »
Satay Capitol has been serving up happy meat-on-sticks since 1951 and have become something of a go to place for good and consistent satay. Founded by Hj. Kamarudin, they started up in Japan Tunku Abdul Rahman, a stone's throw from… More »
Those who know, know... that the best apam balik in town is down a dark little street in the middle of Kampung Baru. This is a fluffy, pillowy kind and to know it's true power is to wait by the side of the road as the Pakcik makes… More »
Whoever was the mad genius that decided to combine cendol and durian in a bowl… we thank you! Of course not all durian vendors are created equal. Some are too kedekut with the durian, some don't get the balance right. If your cendol… More »
Restoran MZ DarulNaim started off close to 30 years ago by the late Mohd Zain (who hailed from Tanah Merah, Kelantan), hence why the restaurant bears his initials "MZ". Now keeping the legacy is his wife and daughter, who keep on forking… More »
Kampung Baru is one of the oldest settlements in Kuala Lumpur. There are a lot of history surrounding the area and also good food. One step into this area and you are overwhelmed by the sheer amount of… More »
Alfiyah Lontong Jawa Asli is recommended to me from a friend, “try the lontong, oh and don't forget the paru goreng. You'll never taste anything like it”. I've tasted my fair share of lontong, most were very lackluster, but when… More »
In Kampung Baru, there are arguably a few household names for nasi lemak, Nasi Lemak Wanjor, Antarabangsa, City Roses and one of our favourites, Pak Hassan. He is right there up on top along with the best of the best and is situated… More »
Nasi Lemak Wanjo, called in turns Mak Wanjor for the matriarch of the family until the sign came up on their shop recently; serves a good, solid nasi lemak. For those of you that like your sambal a little sweet, this is the place for… 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 »
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