Anneh adds a pork-loving spin to banana leaf rice.
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.
Economy rice with some Penang Nyonya influences: You’ll find daily dishes galore for your chap fan fix (even after 2pm on a weekday)
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
Harumi 23 prides itself on presenting beautiful and delicious Japanese fare using as many authentically Japanese ingredients as possible.
Our favourite destination for Japanese desserts has embarked on a new chapter of its delightful journey
Thai Hou Sek strives to immerse us in the sights, scents and sensations of Bangkok’s streets, blending what’s time-honoured with what’s trendy
Baba Kuat’s Seremban-born Peranakan founder Cheong Wai is flexing his culinary muscles with a sturdy selection of Asian-inflected rice bowl recipes
Singapore’s Hill Street Coffee Shop has rolled into KL, offering a colourful slice of colonial-era kopitiam nostalgia
Eatomo recently launched its second outpost in Solaris Dutamas, and it’s our best bet for a feast of all things oceanic in the Publika enclave right now.
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.
Offering 22 dishes at RM2.50++ each, Bangsar’s new BAE seems like a boon for economically…
This new Hakka kopitiam specialises in salt-baked chicken, with the free-range meat exhibiting the smooth, tender and delicately flavoured hallmarks of this widely beloved recipe
Special K: This independent Korean-run cafe is a haven for honest home cooking