The locals tried their best to keep this place to themselves because they don't want their beloved makan place to be full of tourists. But the word start spreading on how good Haji Abu's Shell Out is and people start pouring in! Their… More »
Aglio e olio means garlic and oil. Originating from Naples, this pasta is such simple dish to make but so easy to get it wrong or bland. This dish is tweaked from the original Italian classic because we Malaysians need more flavour,… More »
After about an hour's drive from KL to Kuala Selangor, we arrived at Aroma Ikan Bakar, a famous Malay seaside seafood place. What's really good here is their ikan bakar that is sourced from Kuala Selangor and surrounding provinces.… More »
This is an all time favourite lauk for many Malaysians when it comes to mixed rice. Heck, it was a hot seller with nasi lemak at I EAT NASI LEMAK 2014 too when two vendors from Lenggeng, Negeri Sembilan brought it to the event. Easy… More »
Evening rush hour sets in and you’re stuck in the middle of Damansara, where do you go to escape the madness? Uptown Damansara of course! And with the new parking lot building just next to it, makes it a lot easier for you to feast… 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 »
CC makes delicious casual sashimi that will not burn a hole in your wallet. Currently RM20 buys you 10 - 11 thick slices of imported fresh salmon. And to think, almost 8 years ago, CC was from an IT industry and couldn't even cut fish… More »
It's noon and you are craving for some really good ikan bakar. What are you going to do? You can either drive down to Umbai, Port Dickson or opt to stay in the state and drive behind Istana Negara at Jalan Bellamy. People from all… More »
Veg Fish Farm Thai Restaurant is located on a remote hill in Bukit Ampang, surrounded by nature, a farm and a fish pond. Honestly every time I come here (it's been at least 10 times) I feel like I'm on holiday in Thailand. The restaurant… More »
This British classic is a must for seafood lovers. Salmon, white fish and succulent prawns in a lush creamy white sauce, topped with mashed potatoes and cheese. Serve with a side of fresh greens, this makes your tummy very happy. More »
This is a non-tumis version of asam pedas. Zero oil but maximum yums. It gets its flavour bomb from the use of toasted belacan and aromatics like lemongrass and daun kesum. Once you start slurping the soup you really can’t stop! More »
Salted egg flavoured squid or chicken has been a staple in Chinese restaurants’ menus but it blew up and became viral back in 2016. People still can’t get enough of it so why not cook this addictive dish for your reunion dinner? More »
Where do I even begin? Let’s start off with - I absolutely love this shop! From the outside it doesn’t look like much. I guess they didn’t spend much on some "fancy supermarket display designer team"… More »
In my pursuit to learn how to cook my favourite dishes, Gulai Tempoyak looms large. I came to tempoyak late in the game, more obsessed with sambal tumis growing up but when I started, taste genes that… More »
Taucu (fermented soybean paste) goes beautifully with a freshly steamed fish. They seemed to be an abundance of pomfrets lately in the market and get this fish fresh, it’s firm, white flesh is a real treat! We really think nothing… More »
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