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.
Malaysian chef Ahong Yeang has some interesting ideas up his sleeve at Grub, tackling casual Western favourites with a few personal twists
Starting out from their home-based private kitchen where they delighted guests with beautiful Vietnamese salads and sumptuous braised pork, it’s been a nearly four-year journey till this point for husband-and-wife team Kenneth and Hoa.
Pay what you want – and nothing more – for coffee, croissants and cakes at Summersault
They can cook up major marketing campaigns, but can they fry a big breakfast? Malaysian creative agency Forefront is forging a fresh path in the cafe business with its friendly new flagship eatery, Foremula
Folks in SS2 are flocking to SoloMen for Japanese-inspired soul food
Get the gang together for a good grilling at this new Japanese restaurant, which does…
Aroi Mak Mak does a decent job at conveying clean, clear Thai flavours, imbued with ingredients that taste respectably fresh and nuanced.
A nifty new entry to the neighbourhood, with friendly, obliging service and a menu that strives to offer interesting choices.
Thonglor’s take on cuisine from our northern neighbour is meant to convey crowd-pleasing comfort