Bringing back the familiar scents and tastes of your past from the kitchen of the…
TPC Kuala Lumpur’s Ramadan buffet spread is one for the books.
Traditional Malay cuisine taken to another level.
Originating from the Minangkabau people (Minang in Indonesia) of West Sumatra, the Padang-style serving of…
Whether you prefer something sweet, savoury, or cold and refreshing, there’s sure to be something for everyone when it comes to Malaysian tea time snacks.
If you’re looking for a filling portion of Malaysian food with an almost-home-cooked feel, consider giving Mammam Deliveries a go.
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.
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.
Ketuhar is tucked in the calm confines of Menara Ruyi, scarcely a five-minute drive from Mid Valley, but its discreet location makes it a potential destination for patrons who dream of eluding the crowds.
Little Mums is a bundle of joy with honest, hearty and skilful cooking.
This friendly, family-run restaurant brings a bit of Johor to KL, relying on recipes that catering veteran Khaty Ahmad inherited from her mother
From kebaya to karipap: Malaysian crafts and cuisine come together at Kita Kita, a combination of a store and cafe where customers can shop for locally produced clothing, tableware and paintings while snacking on some beloved traditional tidbits.
Kopi XOXO has a nice vibe, but that’s not necessarily the reason it’s a crowd magnet. Sightings of beloved local actors & singers are rampant at this celebrity-run cafe
Hatching this month to soon rule the fast-food roost here, a freshly laid plan by Perak’s well-respected Winner’s Fried Chicken franchise.