• Where To EatChinese

    Gerai Ah Kow Sesame Chicken Rice

    by Farah on Fri, November 02, 2018

    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 »

  • Where To Eat

    Warung Soho

    by Arslan Z. on Thu, January 25, 2018

    One of the first thing you’ll see as soon as you get to Warung Soho is the tagline “Resipi Tradisi Cik Siti Wan Kembang” right on the signboard and true enough they do live up to their name of satisfying your “kelate’’…  More »

  • Food Articles Special Feature

    Budget Eats in KLIA and klia2 for 2017

    by Farah D. on Sat, December 02, 2017

    We've explored KLIA and klia2 to bring to you a selection of affordable meals that will keep both your tummy and wallet happy. This list will keep you well-fed without breaking the bank so you have money…  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 EatMalay

    Nasi Lemak Cun-one @ Studio 5

    by Honey on Sun, September 17, 2017

    Everyone has a late night nasi lemak joint that never lets them down. Whether it's the 24-hour nasi lemak bungkus at 223 or a midnight fried chicken at Bumbung, there's always a nasi lemak within easy reach in KL. Well mine is at Studio…  More »

  • What to Cook

    Sambal Ikan Bilis with Potatoes

    by Edwan S. on Tue, June 21, 2016

    An old stalwart of many Malay kitchens, sambal ikan bilis with potatoes is understandably popular: easy to make with relatively cheap ingredients, and it hits the all important hot-sweet-tart flavour combination loved by so many Malaysians.…  More »

  • Where To Eat

    Restoran Al-Amin Food Corner

    by Honey Ahmad on Wed, October 28, 2015

    “This is the secret to my nasi Arab,” says Kak Hasnah as she showed us some foil in the palm of her hand. In it are some onion skins and a generous dollop of ghee. On it she puts in a smoking hot piece of charcoal, bundles it up…  More »

  • Where To Eat

    Nasi Lemak Royale Kedah

    by Edwan S. on Fri, September 05, 2014

    Nasi lemak is probably THE flagship Malaysian food. Show me a Malaysian that doesn’t know nasi lemak and I’ll show you a unicorn. Seriously it is as ubiquitious as a food can get in Malaysia. Coconut rice, sambal and some ikan…  More »

  • What to CookAsian

    Sugar and Spiced Salmon (Nanban Zuke)

    by Honey Ahmad on Tue, August 19, 2014

    This is a refreshing Japanese dish that gives you crunchy fish with slightly vinegary vegetables. You can use mackerel or sardines but salmon gives it a slight richness that makes it a delicious topping on hot, white rice. This recipe…  More »

  • Where To EatIndonesian

    Warung Leko

    by Edwan S. on Wed, August 06, 2014

    It’s easy to see the appeal of ayam penyet restaurants. Spiced chicken (and beef, and fish, etc.) is fried to a golden crisp on the outside with still fork tender meat within. Served with rice and usually fiery hot sambals, it’s…  More »

  • What to CookChinese

    Garlic Fried Rice

    by Sjaiful A. on Thu, June 07, 2012

    This is such an easy recipe to whip up especially when you’re pressed for time. Fried garlic flavours the rice and gives it an aromatic taste. If you’re looking for a quick dinner, this would be a perfect option.  More »

  • What to CookChinese

    Yeung Chow Chinese Fried Rice

    by Sjaiful A. on Wed, February 22, 2012

    If you’ve got some leftover rice sitting around the house this is a great tasty way to use it up. This is simple to whip up and is a satisfying and filling meal.  More »

  • What to CookMalay

    Nasi Ulam

    by Alexa P. on Thu, December 16, 2010

    This rice is the perfect accompaniment to meat dishes. However the fragrant herbs also makes it a great stand-alone dish.  More »