November 7th, 2019
Category: Kota Damansara
Ru Di Fook represents the vision of three Malaysian culinary comrades who offer an observant menu with inventive East Asian touches that try to tickle the taste buds from start to finish.
Eat Drink Thai's signature attraction is its steaming seafood pot - a whole barramundi, plus a substantial serving
For fans of Ipoh kopitiam fare, Nam Chau is known as one of the northern city's top stops for breakfast and lunch,
Lustrously marbled Valrhona chocolate bonbons, crafted in irresistible flavours: If chocolates are your weakness, Ballotin might be your downfall.
The pioneering purveyors of nasi kandar are off to a brisk start, with no lack of a lunchtime crowd - all patiently queuing for a delicious meal
Mhera-1 replaces Kota Damansara's revered Erawan Thai restaurant, but retains Chef Trakool 'Korn' Yodsuk's recipes
Right here in Malaysia, you can spice up the Songkran season with a visit to one of these Thai restaurants that showcase a selection of curries worth celebrating