September 9th, 2020
Category: Hot Dogs
The meats are slow-cooked and infused with a variety of different rubs, allowing for complex flavours and extremely tender meat.
Satisfyingly sloppy hot dogs, served in hefty portions that convey substance and weight, constructed with succulent, real-meat sausages, blanketed in richly flavourful, interesting toppings
One of the Klang Valley's most satisfying F&B collaborations takes shape this month at Seven Cups, which is hosting the creative cooks of the KL-born Root Cellar initiative in a pop-up kitchen that makes lovely use of Empire Damansara's outdoors.
The Gastro Project has recently introduced two intriguing promotions: An Afternoon Tea menu that features creative sliders constructed with mantou buns & fun fillings, as well as Posh Nosh three-course dinnertime sets that change every fortnight.
BRATS looks nothing like a hot dog parlour - its roofed, atrium-style courtyard at the back, converted from a kopitiam kitchen, could be mistaken for a contemporary art museum corridor.
Customisable hot dogs are streaking into Sri Petaling; restaurant founders Jeffers, Desmond, Tyler and their team have created one of the most family-friendly destinations imaginable for everybody who loves massive wieners.
This new restaurant provides what its name promises, giving customers their daily bread and getting to the meat of the matter.
Good Food & Co at Jaya Shopping Centre is pretty passionate about its offerings. The restaurant relies on locally sourced ingredients for most of its fare.
Brief visits to a trio of eateries where comfort-food pastas, burgers & cakes reign supreme, starting with
Craving carbs? Pretzel Power to the rescue! California-based chain Wetzel's Pretzels has opened its first Malaysian