Most of the burgers here evoke the savoury, heavily seasoned flavours of KL street burgers.
Thonglor’s take on cuisine from our northern neighbour is meant to convey crowd-pleasing comfort
Poised to gain ground among fans of baked fare, this new haven for pastries, cakes & cookies is a labour of love by Sarah, who honed her craft for over 18 months as a home baker before creating her own space to showcase her passion.
Pudu’s Chan Fatt Wanton Mee is back this month after a 21-year hiatus, revived by Megan, daughter of the late Wong Poon of the original stall.
After nearly two decades in Bangsar, Aunty Christina is taking her well-respected Sarawak laksa to PJ, shifting from her kopitiam stall in Lucky Garden to her own full-fledged eatery in Sea Park.
PJ’s popular porridge now has the home it long deserved: Kenny’s Food Cart represents nearly twenty-five years of labour that spans two generations, founded by a father, fearlessly inherited by his son.
A kopitiam utopia of char kuey teow, prawn mee and pork noodles by day, Plaza Batai’s Restoran Shangri-La now seeks to be a paradise by night for bak kut teh.
This is probably the first place to really bring pork ribs to the city in a big way, surely still ranks as one of the top choices
Inspired by a recipe that GG Seafood’s chef soaked up in the Chinese coastal city of Qingdao, this new restaurant’s signature offering is perfect for patrons who love the bounty of the ocean and the rivers.
Pencil in Black Ink No. 6 as a cosy stop for comfort food and caffeine, offering a calm respite from the cosmopolitan bustle.