Lim's Fried Chicken has grown from its humble original location in Subang Jaya SS14's Wong Soon Kee coffee shop (sometimes erroneously referred to as Wong Soon Kee fried chicken) to a chain of 5 restaurants located throughout northern… More »
There's no denying Malaysia's love for Fried Chicken but to be more specific it's Korean Fried Chicken and Kyochon 1991 without a doubt have to be one of the most well known. Is it the freshness of the chicken or could be the crispyness… More »
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 »
Personally, I haven’t met a Malaysian who doesn’t like curry and if ada pun, mesti tak pernah try a proper, betul-betul kaw, original curry-kari like how our aunties used to make! Seriously, someone… More »
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 »
Remember 40 cents for a plate of noodles? Those were the days! Do you sometimes crave for your school canteen mee hoon? Simple and satisfying, I bet some of you would sneak back to school just to eat it. OK la if you malu to… More »
Burned out from the corporate world, David or lovingly known as Baker Dave by his regulars decided to go back to his passion which is baking and giving Anna Olsen a run for her money. After 2 years of soul searching and taking orders… More »
Qureshi, the only name (in my books) that you need to remember when craving for some 'royal' taste of North Indian cuisine in KL. Muhammad Ahsan Ali Qureshi, the Chef and founder of Qureshi (Malaysia) comes with over 200 years of North… More »
Warm and nourishing, Soto Ayam is an Asian chicken soup that is brimming with spices and aromatics. A definite crowd-pleaser and an ideal dish for family gatherings. More »
It’s my go to joint every time I get a bad craving for Chinese food and it has never failed me, I’ve been chucking down their bowls of noodles since the early primary days. My mom would order me a bowl of their noodle as a reward… More »
The smell of the Briyani is one of the first things you’ll notice the moment you step into the always crowded eatery. The light but very distinct saffron aroma fills the entrance as the giant cooker sits next to the an array of lauk… More »
Gulai lemak is such an easy local dish to prepare, and truly delicious to boot. The best thing is about this recipe is that it’s pretty fool-proof. This striking yellow gulai will brighten up your meal. Best with hot white rice! More »
Scrumptious prawns fried up quickly is a great little meal for your family. It uses most of your store cupboard essentials and pairs wonderfully with rice or even a bowl of noodles. More »
Yap Kee Coffee Shop started out back in 1923 (that’s almost a 100 years ago!) Uncle Yap’s Grandfather and Uncle Esvaran’s Grandfather decided to join forces and open up a coffeeshop. So Yap's Grandpa does local coffee and drinks… More »
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