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 »
We love Nomms. First incognito test.. fail.. second.. fail.. one day they suddenly found their mojo and started to make great fried chickens. Nomms opened about a year ago in SS15 serving crispy fried chicken. The people behind Nomms… More »
Why come here for their Sashimi? Because it's fresh and thick! In most value places, the Sashimi's are thin. But not here. Tip: Come on Tuesday or Fridays when they get their fishes freshly delivered. You'll want to go for their Kame… More »
Koridor Pancakes is tucked in a neighbourhood of USJ11 at BoomTown Cafe. Famed for flipping premium Pancakes with harga tepi jalan, Khairul - the owner and Head Pancake flipper have been satisfying his customers sweet tooth cravings… More »
Analog cafe stands out by not standing out. Confused? The cafe owner Afiq didn't want to market Analog as serving one of the best coffees in the area and he also didn't want to say that all the meals served in Analog is made from scratch.… More »
Abang Rahim and Kak Yati started out sharing their mouthwatering Nasi Lemak and lauk since the early 80’s. This hidden gem have been a prominent player in filling up those hungry tummies of “Subangites”. Little bit of everything… More »
The heatwave that hit Malaysia recently has got everyone sweating and parched. People are cowering inside buildings and refusing to leave their air conditioners. Being a foodie and self-proclaimed optimist,… More »
Subang Jaya is well known for a vibrant cafe culture and Indie restaurants. With so many universities in the area, the crowd is youthful this helped shape the newer eating places and indirectly attract… More »
Liza sells her nasi biriyani, pilau rice and capati just outside her corner house at SS15, at a makeshift stall. Located at the intersection of SS15/5B and SS15/5G, look out for a small humble hut with plenty of handwritten signs on… More »
We all have that one friend who opts for fish and chips at a western joint, but is always disappointed by a poor rendition. As a guy who always has a recommendation to fit each of my friends’ food preferences, I always fail to find… More »
When it comes to pizza food trucks, there are not many around Klang Valley even with the plethora of food trucks mushrooming around town lately. Wood-fired pizza on a truck you say? Impossible! Or so we thought, until we came across… More »
Here's a #throwbackthursday of one our favourite reviews, Grafa Cafe.. Inspired by business combinations in international stores, founders Fadli Hj Rosli and Halyza Halim sought no time to combine three things they loved most – riding,… More »
Many of us have a dream. You know: the one in your head where you leave all your current pursuits behind and go to pursue, regardless of the many trials and tribulations. Unfortunately not many of us have… More »
Beautiful restaurants are a dime a dozen in the Klang Valley area, especially with the advent of the hipster generation whose attention to aesthetics are on equal terms with their demand for good food. In this sea of pretty places,… More »
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