Having successfully disrupted the conventional F&B dining scene in Singapore, and accumulating over 500 private…
The Majapahit at Marc Residence KL is offering their first ever specially dedicated Ramadhan Buffet…
The food takes inspiration mainly from Indonesia and Thailand, with influences from Malaysia and Vietnam too.
This month, the city welcomes Alexis’ little sister, Isabel, reviving the space that was once synonymous with Mesui Road’s Palate Palette.
The first Malaysian spin-off of Melbourne’s I Love Pho has landed in Malaysia.
Starting out from their home-based private kitchen where they delighted guests with beautiful Vietnamese salads and sumptuous braised pork, it’s been a nearly four-year journey till this point for husband-and-wife team Kenneth and Hoa.
It’s all in the name. Ăn Viet – or “Eat Viet” – is meant to encourage patrons not merely to eat their food, but to consume it thoroughly and curb wastage.
Noodles keep customers slurping all day long at Pho Le Saigon.
Bon appetit: Served steaming-hot, Bonjour Vietnam is worth a stop for folks in this neighbourhood.
Southeast Asian culinary cultures come together: This new neighborhood eatery’s namesake specialities of Malaysian kopitiam noodles
Armed with a chef from Ho Chi Minh City, Ngon tackles Vietnamese street fare in…
V-Nam Cafe might seem like a small eatery, but its kitchen offers a diversity of dishes that pay tribute to the street food of Hanoi and beyond.
Slurp on the popular Vietnamese noodle soup at these destinations, which strive to bring the flavours of Hanoi & Ho Chi Minh City to the Klang Valley.
Pho King showcases the work of Vietnamese-born Hoa, who’s been running a private kitchen called Cute Ball Kitchen with her Malaysian husband Teoh in their PJ home since early 2014
Vietnamese pop songs that sound like a blast from the 1980s flood the air at Puchong’s Mimi Nguyen Cafe, setting the mood for a sweeping feast of Hanoi street fare.