Han Wa Dam serves authentic and traditional Korean food in a modern and classy atmosphere.
What’s not to love about grilled meat on sticks and sake? These yakitori places in KL and Selangor have fun food, good drinks deals, and lively atmospheres.
The meats are slow-cooked and infused with a variety of different rubs, allowing for complex flavours and extremely tender meat.
Bangsar’s latest restaurant on Lorong Kurau is all fired up with smoked specialities, served in a pleasant two-level setting, staffed by a welcoming team.
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This is probably the first place to really bring pork ribs to the city in a big way, surely still ranks as one of the top choices
Firing up Puchong’s steamboat scene, Asap smokes the competition with a fun perspective to communal feasting
Bakar features modern cuisine cooked over a traditional grill flame.
It’s a carnivore’s club at Elixir Kitchen, which promises plenty of pork and poultry, ham and sausages, beef, lamb and seafood, marinated in-house with a host of herbs and spices for a spike of flavour
BBQ buffs might want to make a house call to Beard Brothers, a home-based set-up…
OMG (OhMyGrocer) is a ‘meal kit delivery service’, launched in mid-September 2016 with them aim of creating an attractive, logical, and financially feasible option for the millennial market when it comes to cooking meals at home.
Ampang’s veteran BBQ specialist moved from its longtime location in Taman Cahaya to a sprawling venue in Kampung Baru Ampang
KL’s yakiniku experts have expanded their horizons: Akashi BBQ brings the atmospheric allure of alfresco grilling to Puchong
Down To Bones lives up to its caveman-baiting moniker, commandeering an OUG kopitiam every Saturday and Sunday evening
Gyu-Kaku hits the protein-loving spot for those occasions when all you want is to sink your teeth into a succulent meal of meat and seafood.