Hong Kong’s one-Michelin-starred Pang’s Kitchen opens its first foreign offshoot this month at Taman Desa.
A Taiwanese-inspired cross between a private kitchen & a coffee bar? Malaysian couple Damien Chong & River Ho have created a singular space in a SoHo suite in Bangsar South, open four afternoons a week
To celebrate Christmas and New Year’s, Brotzeit has a special menu to entice hungry customers.
Five nights a week, Mike Abdul Nan plies his craft at a PJ road stall that’s high in the Klang Valley’s pantheon of street burger venues.
Here are eight restaurants in KL and Selangor for smoky flavours.
The BBP (‘Big Black Pig,’ according to a member of the service team, though ‘Best BBQ Pit’ appears to be their chosen alternative) is cosy & welcoming.
H&T stands for Hungry & Thirsty. It’s right to head here ravenous, since the grub is good.
Babe’s chief asset is its chef, American-Japanese Jeff Ramsey, an affably approachable figure who helmed the kitchen of Tapas Molecular Bar in Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, when it earned its first Michelin star.
The newest branch of Tangkak Beef Noodles is at Ampang, offering bowl after bowl of time-honoured recipes fine-tuned through two generations.
Crab Hut, a spin-off of Petaling Jaya’s Crab Factory, is now open at Shaftsbury Square, springing saucy surprises & offering a real reason for food lovers to take the trip to Malaysia’s tech town.