October 11th, 2019
The heat is on at Hubba Hubba: Chef Izal and his team are fanning the embers of excitement at the city centre's party hub with their new menu of protein-powered, barbecued skewers with stirringly inventive sauces and stomach-pleasingly unlimited sides.
Adventurous admirers of Thai fare may like Aroy Nae Non, which delves into the diverse dishes of northeastern Isan cuisine.
This Korean family-run restaurant offers the rare treat of an all-you-can-eat spread, specialising in grilled goodness.
This Korean-founded BBQ restaurant features a few interesting flourishes, with a kitchen spearheaded by Mr Kim, a charming and cheerful chef with more than 15 years of experience.
Billed as a haven for lobster lovers and meat maniacs, here's a cheerful little restaurant tucked in the Putra Heights township.
Bustling on a Friday night, HoChiak strives to live up to its name and stand out amid Kuchai Lama's crowded steamboat scene.
There should be a warning sign informing diners that any attempt of counting the calories, or trying to stay healthy by sticking to the greens is futile when you step inside Ribs by Vintry. [Sponsored]
Checking out a neighbourhood newbie in Bukit Damansara, My Charcoal Bar, a barbecue joint that replaces Ka Soh Seafood Restaurant on the Kasah F&B strip.
Talk about a transformation: Monkey Garage has endured a complete revamp - it's now no longer a hidden cafe that offers Laksa Johor & Nasi Tomato, but a full-fledged restaurant & bar that strives to serve some of Bangsar's porkiest pleasures.
All-you-can-eat servings of grilled meat & seafood at wallet-pleasing rates? That's the hook for Rocku Yakiniku, currently the top highlight of the Pavilion mall's new seventh-floor, multi-outlet dining department.
French & Italian fare, carefully prepared by two Malaysian sisters coached by a respected French F&B consultant, surfaces this month at this casual restaurant in Sentul's Viva Residency, not too far from the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre.
Bali's best-loved pork ribs have burst into KL this week, brought into Sri Hartamas by a family of Malaysian F&B entrepreneurs who've won the endorsement of the Indonesian owners of Naughty Nuri's original warung.
Old Klang Road's 3rd Mile Square business centre is becoming a hotspot for Japanese eateries, dishing out distinctive results of grilling.