If the spicy and flavourful Ikan masak nenas or Sambal petai udang doesn’t get you hooked to Nyonya food, the Sago Gula Melaka will.
One of the newer kids on the Old Malaya block, Pintu serves up Western fusion dishes and an array of cocktails in a relaxing atmosphere.
Nyonya food in the heart of Putrajaya.
Take a look at some of the Ramadan 2018 spreads we’ve been to, then take your pick! From east coast specialties like Laksam all the way to classic must-haves like Rendang Tok, prepare to indulge in plenty of Malaysian flavours.
If you’re looking for a filling portion of Malaysian food with an almost-home-cooked feel, consider giving Mammam Deliveries a go.
The delivery service offers affordable Western and local meals with a gourmet twist.
An interesting culinary gentrification has taken place at the formerly ramshackle venue along Jalan Raja Chulan, under the imposing KL Tower.
Focusing on its founders’ Terengganu and Sarawak home state heritage, it showcases how when it comes to classic local cuisine, East truly might be best.
Helmed by a warm, friendly team, it’s a nice, fuss-free spot to bookmark for folks in the neighbourhood.
Subang’s new spot for banana leaf rice dishes out a solid serving that should satisfy enough enthusiasts.
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.
The chicken pongteh is a surprising standout, with a resonant flavour that does justice to the beloved classic.
The top temptation might be the Claypot Briyani Gam Muar, with your choice of Chicken Briyani, Beef Briyani, or our pick, Lamb Briyani.
Customers can take long, deep breaths of fresh air while savouring a minimal-fuss meal near Cyberjaya’s lake gardens.
Geographer Cafe knows the map to our hearts and stomachs.