Kuching’s gula apong ice cream is now available in the heart of KL – made with nipah palm sugar, these soft serves are mellow and mild, reasonably smooth and natural-tasting, more than faintly evocative of gula melaka.
This new Hakka kopitiam specialises in salt-baked chicken, with the free-range meat exhibiting the smooth, tender and delicately flavoured hallmarks of this widely beloved recipe
Special K: This independent Korean-run cafe is a haven for honest home cooking
Heaps of happy vibes await dessert enthusiasts at My Own Bakes, where the selection swings…
Anatomy of an okonomiyaki: Konaya is dedicated to the art of making the Osaka-style savoury…
Trust Issue implores patrons to place their faith in Italian-Malaysian fusion novelties
Taste Gallery is a modern kopitiam-inspired restaurant that serves a wide range of Western and Asian food, boasting a sizable beverage selection as well.
A cornucopia of cookies, crisp and fresh, buttery and chocolaty
APW Bangsar’s new alfresco Japanese-themed craft beer bar is another East Asian-inspired concept by the team behind the Kaiju Company Thai restaurant.
When Trafalgar Square and Telawi Street intersect, the result is Bangsar’s suave new British-inspired restaurant,…
BFF puts a sense of fun first for its menu: Start with the grilled balsamic watermelon, served warm, juicy and sweet
This year’s Judges’ Choice Winner at Urbanscapes’ Tiffin Throwdown: Battle of the Poke Bowls, Paperfish is all about letting you choose the perfect combination of wholesome deliciousness that is the poke bowl.
Putting a head-turning spin on biryani, Fish Head Briyani’s speciality is what its name promises
Malaysian chef Ahong Yeang has some interesting ideas up his sleeve at Grub, tackling casual Western favourites with a few personal twists
This place takes classics mainly from the Malay, Chinese and Indian cookbooks and reinterprets them into small plates for bar-style snacking.