Bubble Bee is building buzz in Chinatown for its egg waffles, served fresh and warm in playful varieties.
The creators of Rainbow Pizza and Devi’s Kitchen Pizza, Mikey’s New York Pizza, unveils their most outrageous flavour yet – Chizza What? Chizza Who?
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.