Anneh adds a pork-loving spin to banana leaf rice.
Baking its own bread and cakes, Avgust might not be the right cafe for the carb-phobic, but the rest of us will find much to savour
This colourfully groovy bar exudes a quirky sense of cool, bolstered further by playful cocktails
Where there’s a Will: This playful new watering hole, which boasts a cool cartoon fox named Will for its mascot, specialises in smoky skewers with a twist or two
If you’re visiting the new Melawati Mall, Be Sixth might be the most distinctive destination for a meal, showcasing a sixth-floor view of the neighbourhood from the restaurant’s alfresco area.
Taking pride in their Kelantanese heritage, the proprietors of Rarn D’Anggun do a delicious nasi kerabu, aromatically fresh and naturally lovely, just like how we’d expect it to taste in a village not far from Kota Bharu.
Stink bean lovers, unite: PJ Petai Mee, a stall inside Bandar Sunway’s Rock Cafe kopitiam space, pays homage to our cherished parkia speciosa
This neighbourhood bakery-cafe might be less than a year old but it harks back to less complicated times
Malaysian sisters Cynthia and Cassley have created a fresh haven that beautifully illustrates a sense of calm and character
TTDI’s calmest coffee house is a soothing space where the filter coffee is satisfactory
Economy rice with some Penang Nyonya influences: You’ll find daily dishes galore for your chap fan fix (even after 2pm on a weekday)
Bangsar’s latest restaurant on Lorong Kurau is all fired up with smoked specialities, served in a pleasant two-level setting, staffed by a welcoming team.
Honest, time-honoured flavours: Chi Fan is run with lots of heart by Shurqi, a former lawyer whose caseload now consists of cooking, baking and serving customers at her lovely new venue.
Nasi Kukus Mama Sab’s namesake recipe is a joy – warm rice drenched in a delicious gulai gravy, with some fiery sambal and cooling cucumbers on the side
Mezcla does a good job of conveying the crowd-pleasing flavours of Mexican-inspired fare