There's no denying Malaysia's love for Fried Chicken but to be more specific it's Korean Fried Chicken and Kyochon 1991 without a doubt have to be one of the most well known. Is it the freshness of the chicken or could be the crispyness… More »
One pot meals are great because there is less to wash up when you’ve finished cooking. This is a quicky Mutton Briyani meal that will nicely feed 6 people. It is great for dinner or next day lunch. You can make it spicy too because… More »
We are in the final 3 recipes for our #Merdeka #MakanMuhibah food celebration and this time is dedicated to Malay cuisine. Gulai is the chosen dish because it is a special in the Malay food culture especially during festive seasons… More »
Our #MakanMuhibah series continues with a recipe from our awesome Indonesian neighbour. The love for Ayam Penyet has embedded itself into our food culture and now it is part of our local favourite food to eat. It is essentially a piece… 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 »
Angah started selling Ramly Burgers 15 years ago and have been making a name for himself as one of the most well known Ramly Burger stall in Bandar Sunway. Due to the inexpensive tengah pokai pun boleh beli lagi price and generous… More »
Don’t expect to find icing or carrot in this savoury Carrot Cake ya. The vital ingredient in this Teochew dish is White Radish (our people call it white carrot lah). It’s chopped then mixed with rice flour, steamed and cut into… More »
Nasi Dalca has been a Northern Malaysian favourite since 1948 especially in the state of Penang and Kedah. It has multiple names like Nasi Hujan Panas (that’s very popular at weddings) and Nasi Ganja (Ehemm because it makes you very… More »
As the World Cup heats up check out our top picks for watching football with the masses. 1. BRJ Bistro (Best to watch the World Cup Tepi Jalan) Photo courtesy of Facebook No stranger to Kaki Bola’s of… More »
Qureshi, the only name (in my books) that you need to remember when craving for some 'royal' taste of North Indian cuisine in KL. Muhammad Ahsan Ali Qureshi, the Chef and founder of Qureshi (Malaysia) comes with over 200 years of North… More »
Chef Rudi came up with the idea for Little Rara Thai Noodle House out of his passion for Thai Street Food. After making a name for himself in Malaysia's F&B scene, he wanted to go back to his Thai roots by sharing his family's recipes.… 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 »
It’s my go to joint every time I get a bad craving for Chinese food and it has never failed me, I’ve been chucking down their bowls of noodles since the early primary days. My mom would order me a bowl of their noodle as a reward… More »
Nathan’s Corner might not be as well known or famous as the other Naan joints in KL, but for the people of Bukit Jalil this cheese naan and tandoori institution has been around for as long as they can remember. Whether you are in… More »
If you’re a night owl and like to lepak or merayau all over KL then this place should be one of your pitstops, doling out one of the thickest and heartiest sup you can find in KL. Sup Haji Abu has been around since anyone could remember… More »
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