Feast your eyes on Ee Chinese Cuisine’s Chinese New Year 2018 menu that mixes traditional and modern delicacies with a special focus on fish and seafood.
Samy and Min Bak Kut Teh in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is a welcomed non-halal addition to the Bukit Bintang area. A convenient place for a quick BKT fix.
TTDI’s new hog haven is worth pigging out at.
R2 (pronounced R-squared) is Bangsar’s newest hidden bar, a relaxed, intimate space where you’ll find a solid selection of bottles and glasses at reasonable rates.
This is a casual but chic restaurant that takes risks, resulting in a rewarding experience for its customers.
When it comes to inspiration, restaurateurs draw from a range of sources, but few might open a cafe that seems to pay homage to budget carrier AirAsia.
Dealing with a Rubik’s Cube has never been more delicious. Have a go at devouring the colourful yoghurt-based creation by Homuri Homemade Desserts.
BarZhen’s address is supposed to be ‘5, Jalan Balai Polis,’ but there’s no sign of that on this shop-house street.
Beginning its reign in Bangsar this month, Shawarma King boasts a crown jewel of a shawarma wrap that’s royally stuffed with tenderly grilled lamb and chicken, crisp vegetables and no fewer than five sauces.
Young Malaysian chefs Lucas and Tammy put their personal spin on local flavours and textures.