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
Aiming to come close to Malacca’s satay celup experience, Gai Ye offers all the essential hits, from cockles to quail eggs, pork meatballs to kangkung.
If you spend your days off nursing a craving for hot, tasty dim sum, we have another great choice for you in the city.
One of Shah Alam’s best-kept secrets for elegant Chinese fare with eclectic flourishes, East Lake offers a serene setting for sumptuous banquet-style feasts, nestled within Geno Hotel.
PJ’s popular porridge now has the home it long deserved: Kenny’s Food Cart represents nearly twenty-five years of labour that spans two generations, founded by a father, fearlessly inherited by his son.
A kopitiam utopia of char kuey teow, prawn mee and pork noodles by day, Plaza Batai’s Restoran Shangri-La now seeks to be a paradise by night for bak kut teh.
Inspired by a recipe that GG Seafood’s chef soaked up in the Chinese coastal city of Qingdao, this new restaurant’s signature offering is perfect for patrons who love the bounty of the ocean and the rivers.
Alison Soup House’s kitchen reflects Alicia’s childhood memories of her mom’s nourishing broths in Johor Baru; come here for slow-cooked, steaming-hot soups, prepared with a surplus of soul, served with heaps of heart.
Catering and delivery service Hakka Tale is offering two types of kitchen-made bak zhang for this year’s rice dumpling season, prepared by a matriarch with decades of experience (both in restaurants and at home) in Hakka cuisine.
Gohtong Jaya’s well-respected Loong Kee restaurant has opened its first outpost in KL: Fenix is a worthwhile entry in a city with no shortage of Chinese eateries.
Founded by three longtime friends Dinesh, Sam and Reagan, Eighty9 telegraphs a sense of playful…
Tongue to tail eating, with everything in between, at Cheras’ current hotspot for Chinese Hunan cuisine
Sunday’s the best time to check out Pudu’s popular beef noodle stall – that’s when…
Where best to spend Chinese New Year than surrounded by friends and family, and sitting down in front of a delicious meal? But where to eat – fortunately, The Mines shopping mall has a number of prosperous options.
This year’s yee sang, settled: Two KL-based eateries, The Bowls and Pretty On Plate, have…