The late Haji Ali started out in 1958 by opening a small warong near the UMNO building in Alor Setar, Kedah. Using family recipes he brought with him from India such as the Ayam Marican, Daging Rose and Sotong Pedas, it instantly became… More »
Nasi Dalca has been a Northern Malaysian favourite since 1948 especially in the state of Penang and Kedah. It has multiple names like Nasi Hujan Panas (that’s very popular at weddings) and Nasi Ganja (Ehemm because it makes you very… More »
It’s an unwritten rule that whenever you wanna hunker down on a genuinely good Ramly Burger, you just have to look for a neighbourhood 7-11 and there will be Ramly Burger stall right in front it. I’m sure I’m not the only who… More »
Kota Damansara sits right in between Petaling Jaya and Subang, and is relatively a new neighbourhood. So in a way it's still finding it's feet as a makan destination. This means that anything goes, from… More »
Little Yum Yum is originally from Ipoh, but they had open a branch in Kota Damansara for quite sometime. Here in Kota Damansara, they still retain their Nyonya Cuisine which is what they are famous for.
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 »
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