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.
Durianity takes durian-based novelties to a playful new peak where Musang King specialities are the top temptation.
Pak Jen is a terrific space for fans of traditional, time-honoured fare, spilling over with spices and flowing with flavours in the most satisfying sense.
Born in Brickfields this year, Anak Baba proudly represents the latest generation of southern Peranakan-inspired eateries in KL
Asian fare with fusion flourishes forms the cornerstone of this contemporary mall cafe.
The food takes inspiration mainly from Indonesia and Thailand, with influences from Malaysia and Vietnam too.
Beer Shack marries a passion for food with the love of beer, in a setting that pops with colourful vibrancy.
This new Nyonya restaurant means to impress, with a comprehensive menu curated by an actual Malaccan Baba cooking sifu. There’s even a music performance.
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