Wondermama recently launched a Wonder Tapas menu that’s poised to be crowd-pleasing, available both in Bangsar and 1 Utama.
Siu yuk satay is the novelty here and it might be worth sampling for curious customers who enjoy eccentric experimentation.
The Ang family’s nearly 70-year-old legacy of asam laksa spreads this month to Subang
A taste of Perak: Lee Ji’s top specialities include classic Ipoh hor fun and Kampar fish ball noodles
This month, the city welcomes Alexis’ little sister, Isabel, reviving the space that was once synonymous with Mesui Road’s Palate Palette.
PJ’s latest hawker food court is a microcosm of the country on one breezy boulevard, led by the hornbill state specialities of stallkeeper Aunty Lan.
Malacca by way of Sarawak: Okra offers Nyonya cuisine that stems from recipes that Alicia…
Chinatown’s Chocha Foodstore has embarked on a new evening menu that’s energised by produce at its peak, marrying traditional local ingredients with contemporary cosmopolitan cooking
Kayan+Co serves a confident mix of local and international crowd-pleasers.
Middle Eastern rice recipes take centre stage at Spiced Pumpkin
Nasi Lemak Tepi Jalan 1996 pays tribute to a late matriarch who started selling nasi lemak at a street-side stall in Desa Petaling more than two decades ago
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