What’s not to love about grilled meat on sticks and sake? These yakitori places in KL and Selangor have fun food, good drinks deals, and lively atmospheres.
Learn how to bake vegetarian focaccia from scratch, decorate with beautiful buttercream piping, and even create your own geode cake.
Depot’s Sarawakian founders are clearly proud of their roots, with small flags of their home state flying above the entrance and behind the counter.
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.
Malgudi marries the beauty of both North and South Indian cuisine, prepared with all the authenticity of home cooking, priced as reasonably as possible for everyone to enjoy.
Omulab’s eggs-tensive menu keeps the yolks coming, offering comfort food for fans of fusion fare.
Discretely tucked away in Petaling Jaya, Potter’s Cafe offers cakes and coffee in their art gallery.
‘A Taste of Japan’ Shumatsu Dinner Buffet commences at Eyuzu Japanese Cuisine in Petaling Jaya.
Milligram is one venue that deserves wider recognition for bringing a lot of heart and soul to what it offers.
This neighbourhood joint not only serves up a mean burger but also has delicious pizzas, leaving customers satisfied and wanting more.
Created by a wine lover, for wine lovers, this cosy den brings the cellars of De Toren, Dominio Romano and more to an intimate corner of Damansara Kim.
Tujoh’s new chef Iman has introduced a new menu this month that’s fuelled by thoughtful touches and tempting twists.
We’ve seen more than a few African restaurants come and go in the Klang Valley over the past decade, but Afri could be the best one so far.
Baba Kuat’s Seremban-born Peranakan founder Cheong Wai is flexing his culinary muscles with a sturdy selection of Asian-inflected rice bowl recipes
Masala Wheels started as a food truck that sold South Indian and Sri Lankan specialities in the city while also offering free meals to the homeless.