This year’s yee sang, settled: Two KL-based eateries, The Bowls and Pretty On Plate, have…
BBQ buffs might want to make a house call to Beard Brothers, a home-based set-up…
Cheeni’s is helmed by a husband-&-wife team who honour their culinary heritage: Hubby specialises in…
The folks of Yuk Bebek definitely are no quacks – they’re armed with recipes by an Indonesian chef with 25 years of experience.
Trying out take away meals from Ampersand and Cafe 5 this CNY
Bangsar’s cornerstone for French cooking is firing on all cylinders for 2016 with a repertoire of traditional Gallic treats that’s more extensive than ever.
Choo Choo Chicken serves a wide variety of Korean fried chicken and other warm meals.
From Japanese sea breams to Malaysian white snappers, Canadian-bred sea urchins to French oysters & Alaskan king crabs, Yamaguchi Fish Market is a one-stop polestar for customers coveting the opulence of the world’s oceans. The water’s the limit.
Malaysia’s first Aboong cafe opened this month, taking Korean carp cakes – bungeoppangs – & turning them into soft-waffle receptacles for frozen yoghurt.
Taiyakie House offers a twist on the Japanese version of fish-shaped cakes.
After bringing the original New York pizza to KL in 2014, Mikey’s is ready to introduce our city to another authentic American classic – frozen custard, produced in the way that stays loyal to tradition.
Flingstones is maturing into one of Subang’s most satisfying cafes for both food & beverages; with several interesting new temptations now on the menu, this feels like the right time to return here for a well-crafted meal laced with likeable surprises.
Daily Shots Cafe in Taman Tun Dr Ismail aspires to deliver a dose of cheer through ice cream.
Happy Creme hopes to become a happy stop for shoppers in Suria KLCC, offering pure milk soft serves with an array of possible toppings.
This fuss-free spot welcomes customers with bowl after bowl of Vietnamese noodles, both soupy & dry.