Some of the best food in the world is on the street. If you don't believe that.... means you don't travel much. But take our lead when we say that Nasi Beriani Tajudin is one of the best street Biryani's in KL. Not so heavy on the… More »
Asking a Malaysian which is the best banana leaf joint and the list of contentions are probably as long as a balik kampung jam on the first day of Raya. Best curry? Bittergourd? Fried chicken or squid? Most tender mutton varuval? With… More »
Ever had briyani cooked in bamboo tubes? There's this little place in Klang that does just that. With different spice paste for chicken, mutton and even crab, their briyani is in a league of their own. Firstly, Stellamary layers the… 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 »
This chilled out little café in Melawati has perked up the cake scene in this part of town. Often we bemoan that all cafes seem to want to be in Taman Tun or Bangsar or Subang Jaya. Well, people in Ampang/Melawati/ Wangsa Maju eat… More »
Restoran MZ DarulNaim started off close to 30 years ago by the late Mohd Zain (who hailed from Tanah Merah, Kelantan), hence why the restaurant bears his initials "MZ". Now keeping the legacy is his wife and daughter, who keep on forking… More »
Aji Don’s Penang Fried Kuey Teow is not often talked about but we can all agree on one thing. It is “FLIPPIN” Good! The recipe is pretty much the same since the early 2000s when they first started frying up all that smokey goodness. More »
One of the first thing you’ll see as soon as you get to Warung Soho is the tagline “Resipi Tradisi Cik Siti Wan Kembang” right on the signboard and true enough they do live up to their name of satisfying your “kelate’’… More »
The story goes that Sofya & her husband Karel are true blue Sarawakian. When they got married ad later moved to KL, her Chinese muslim husband was hankering for Sarawak Laksa that was Halal but just couldn't find one. That was then… More »
We’re back again solving your Monday Makan Blues, we all have been there when the clock slowly approach the lunch hour and that one guy in the cubicle right behind you will shout “Eh Lunch Mana?”.… More »
My resolution this year is to learn how to make my favourite food. And recently I made yong tau fu! Woot! Woot! A good friend’s mum offered to teach me her super delicious YTF so one Sunday there I was… More »
“Eh Lunch Mana?” has always been the age old question as the clock slowly approach the lunch hour. To save you from the fuss of figuring out on where to beat the Monday blues, we’ve made a compilation… More »
By just adding your favourite sausage to a medley of mushrooms and aromatics will punch up your weekly pasta meal. We make this with the spirally fusilli so that you’ll get sausage bits and mushrooms in every fork-twirl. More »
Folks in PJ have been coming to this hidden Banana Leaf Rice place for more than 5 years. Relatively young compared to other curry institutions in PJ like Kanna or Raju's they are nevertheless enthusiastic and consistent with their… More »
These little burgers might be mini but they pack tons of flavour! The little patties are crispy and goes well with coleslaw, a bit of spicy jalapeños and a slice of cheddar. We think they are perfect for party bites or a light family… More »
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