What started out as a hobby, now has become one of TTDI neighbourhood’s institution. Pn. Rubiah first open her doors to customer more than 35 years ago. Cooking up her family's specials such as Laksa Johor, Lontong, Soto and other… More »
P. K. Abdullah started the business more than 50 years ago, right in the heart of Kampung Pandan. Now run by his children, it has become Ampang's best kept secret. It's just a simple warong that serves good ol' Roti Canai and they're… More »
This place was started by Kak Ida and her family, she went back to her true love for cooking after working in the banking industry for 26 years. Hailing from Kuala Pilah herself, Kak Ida guna recipe turun temurun from her family but… More »
Here is a list of places that are great breakfast spots for you to try the next time your plane is departing in the wee hours of the morning. KLIA 1. Pantai Timur, Food Garden Nasi Campur is a cheap and… More »
There's so much good eats you need to discover when travelling through the airport. Scroll down the list to check out our top 5 recommendations. LAND-SIDE (before immigration) 1. BIBIK HERITAGE Bibik Heritage’s… More »
Azlan Aziz was an experienced hotelier before he decided to trade his suit and tie for an apron and a spatula to open up Lontong & Such. A true blue Lontong addict, it took him a while before he found the perfect Lontong recipe. The… 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 »
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 »
When you think of Satay, you’d never think of it as a breakfast or lunch fare, unless you’re from the state of Johor or Kelantan where it’s a total norm for people to have it during the day. Well good friends, Ekram and Zahid… More »
This is one of the few places in KL that does Karipap Telor (Egg Currypuffs) really really well. And its made fresh everyday. Mr. Yeong started out by helping his mother when she had her own Karipap stall in Bukit Bintang, roughly… More »
Started out by a Kelantanese couple back in the early 80’s, they only have two things in mind. One, cook up the best authentic Kelantanese fare outside of Kelantan and two, toss a no fuss, no muss Roti Canai. I have to say, they… More »
Sinarnor started as a modest set up selling nasi lemak to factory workers along Jalan Chan Sow Lin. “My grandmother just spread her nasi lemak and dishes on the ground, this was in the 70s,” says Wati,… More »
I like anything that has eggs on top EVEN BETTER if it’s soft boiled egg. And this needs to be done well. The white needs to be opaque, not too solid and not too runny. However the true test is the yolk needs to slip out as soon… More »
Nasi Lemak has survive throughout the years as Malaysia's No.1 Breakfast, so it is no wonder that many try to find some uniqueness when serving it up. Here at Appu Uncle Curry House, instead of coming up with a different interpretation… More »
Thaipusam is just around the corner and it reminds us of one of our favourite Indian breakfast – Puri and Potato Masala! Here is an easy recipe you can whip up in less than an hour. (Vini’s Amma can do this in half the time!) More »
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