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 »
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 »
Sometimes a good plate of grilled lamb chops just hits the spot when you have meat cravings. It’s not too expensive either when you cook it yourself and get shoulder chops. RM40 can get you 7-8 slices- pretty sweet eh? Serve… More »
Chinese Muslim Jamal's friends told him that it's impossible to make non-pork lard bits for hokkien mee. Three months later and after tons of experiments, he was victorious! Some regulars can't even tell the difference. Jamal is a… More »
One of my favourite places to have duck rice at the moment is Kenny Hills Bistro. A sister restaurant to Kenny Hills Bakers, they have made this little strip of shops underneath one of the KL’s oldest flats happening again. I found… More »
Around the Ampang area, if you are hankering for some tandoori, go to Uncle Aru's. Now taken over by his son Ravi and renamed Tandoori Hut (why dude?) it's still one of our favourite places to indulge the spicy, red chicken charred… More »
Ah Hong owns Grub and is a magician. He makes the impossible... possible. His steaks are succulent, juicy, tender, well-spiced and prices start at RM39 for a sit down dinner. That's the magic. He works hard so that Malaysians can afford… More »
Fortune favours the brave and if you are brave enough to put your money down at Copper Restaurant in Menara Shell, you'll be rewarded with a great meal by a great chef who still thinks that he's just a cook. But we know better, Chef!… More »
Wanna try one of the spiciest nasi lemak sambal in town that will make you roll with tears? Read on. Nowadays we are getting more and more young entrepreneurs getting into the F & B game. They bring new… More »
When it comes to roti canai, I like ‘em crispy. I love it light too with just a bit of fluffiness underneath. There are of course many of this kind in Klang Valley but Valentine occupies a sweet spot in my heart. Crispy and light,… More »
Satay Capitol has been serving up happy meat-on-sticks since 1951 and have become something of a go to place for good and consistent satay. Founded by Hj. Kamarudin, they started up in Japan Tunku Abdul Rahman, a stone's throw from… More »
Bobby’s behind-his-house burger joint seems to be many things. The local takeout for one, a neighbourhood hangout and of course a bustling business. Manning the grill almost single handedly, on a weekday Bobby finishes 8 packs of… More »
Coming from a family of satay pioneers in KL, Satay Zainah followed her Grandfather's (Majid Satay) footsteps and continued their satay legacy. I have to say I'm quite bummed that it took a while for me to try out their satay, as I've… More »
Where was this dish invented? Is it from China or incarnated in America’s Chinatowns? Heck, it is super tasty and quick to whip up for a weekday meal. Open your windows and switch off the smoke detectors in your kitchen because it’s… More »
This is a simple one pot chicken rice recipe that you can make for a weekday dinner. The addition of shitake mushrooms and pak choy makes this a complete meal on its own. Once you’ve tried it, you’ll see how easy it is… More »
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