The Zao of Zen: This calm new cafe is a white-walled haven for daytime dreamers,…
Catering and delivery service Hakka Tale is offering two types of kitchen-made bak zhang for this year’s rice dumpling season, prepared by a matriarch with decades of experience (both in restaurants and at home) in Hakka cuisine.
The flame licked charring around the edges and the undeniable smokiness in these pizzas show us that Proof takes its pizzas seriously.
Specialities from Sarawak seize centre stage at this new venue – on Saturdays and Sundays,…
Nagoya’s popular Yamachan izakaya chain has embarked on its first outpost in Malaysia, specialising in ‘tebasaki’ deep-fried chicken wings.
The Kneady Baker has more than puns in its oven – Jo (she makes the bread rise) and Pete (he ensures the meat sizzles) cast aside careers in banking and advertising to embark on a fresh path as cafe founders, creating a cheerful space that feels like both living room and restaurant.
Noodles keep customers slurping all day long at Pho Le Saigon.
Bon appetit: Served steaming-hot, Bonjour Vietnam is worth a stop for folks in this neighbourhood.
Ground Hog’s emergence heralds the onset of pork season on this street in Taman Tun Dr Ismail
Gohtong Jaya’s well-respected Loong Kee restaurant has opened its first outpost in KL: Fenix is a worthwhile entry in a city with no shortage of Chinese eateries.
This friendly restaurant infuses its food with enjoyable twists
Cooking that stays faithful to what Mum might prepare for the family table
Ru Di Fook represents the vision of three Malaysian culinary comrades who offer an observant menu with inventive East Asian touches that try to tickle the taste buds from start to finish.
Fun fusion fare, bringing together Malaysian and Japanese flourishes: March Azalea’s rice bowl is a…
Tentori brings a splashy sense of playfulness to KL’s izakaya-style experience, in a contemporary setting…