Poised to gain ground among fans of baked fare, this new haven for pastries, cakes & cookies is a labour of love by Sarah, who honed her craft for over 18 months as a home baker before creating her own space to showcase her passion.
Pudu’s Chan Fatt Wanton Mee is back this month after a 21-year hiatus, revived by Megan, daughter of the late Wong Poon of the original stall.
After nearly two decades in Bangsar, Aunty Christina is taking her well-respected Sarawak laksa to PJ, shifting from her kopitiam stall in Lucky Garden to her own full-fledged eatery in Sea Park.
PJ’s popular porridge now has the home it long deserved: Kenny’s Food Cart represents nearly twenty-five years of labour that spans two generations, founded by a father, fearlessly inherited by his son.
A kopitiam utopia of char kuey teow, prawn mee and pork noodles by day, Plaza Batai’s Restoran Shangri-La now seeks to be a paradise by night for bak kut teh.
Hype is becoming a firm favourite in Subang’s college enclave, with credit due to its buoyant vibe and upbeat fare.
At just over a year old, The Locker & Loft (L&L) has already established itself…
The first Malaysian outpost of Canadian speciality caffeine retailer Second Cup Coffee Co makes for a pleasant stop at Sunway Putra Mall
Kofix Cafe is the newest place in town for that all-day brunch fix.
Alison Soup House’s kitchen reflects Alicia’s childhood memories of her mom’s nourishing broths in Johor Baru; come here for slow-cooked, steaming-hot soups, prepared with a surplus of soul, served with heaps of heart.
Coffee saloon by day, gin parlour by night; sunny before six p.m., sultry after dusk: Maze takes an imaginative Jekyll-and-Hyde philosophy to what a suave, sprawling lounge can potentially be, transforming from a brunch-to-tea, cake-and-caffeine haven into a velvet-cloaked watering hole that stylishly spotlights the old-world glamour of gin.
Butterfly Dessert Cafe charts the metamorphosis of Lai Leng, who emerged from the chrysalis of…
Petals and pasta: This cafe manages to maintain a rather rosy outlook on life, despite being hidden on a witheringly dreary road with hardware factories for neighbours.
Don’t be late, for this very important dessert date: This new wonderland of eat-me treats by hat-sporting MasterChef Asia standout Marcus Low in Damansara Uptown will have customers grinning like a Cheshire Cat – perfect for a mad tea party.
Maldivian cuisine in Malaysia? Count us in: Veli (which means ‘sand’ in the Dhivehi language) offers not only a casual beachside vibe but a few flavoursome cornerstones of Male’s cooking.