Taman Desa’s latest spot for Japanese soul food mainly tackles ramen
The food is comforting and wholesome, reminding one of homecooked weekend lunches with the family.
There’s no mystery to what’s offered here: Bottles of vino and platters of formaggio.
Springtime has come for restaurant enthusiasts at Sunway Geo Avenue, where many new eateries have sprouted recently.
Siu yuk satay is the novelty here and it might be worth sampling for curious customers who enjoy eccentric experimentation.
The Ang family’s nearly 70-year-old legacy of asam laksa spreads this month to Subang
Roshona Bilash’s sees mostly migrant workers at their restaurant, a testament to the authenticity of their Bangladeshi cooking,
The Bloom’s own-made tarts coupled with filter coffee and iced tea complements the calming and mellow piano music tinkling softly in the background.
Three X Co ranks among Bangsar’s friendliest bars, spearheaded by three buddies in collaboration with one of KL’s top mixologists, David Hans.
A taste of Perak: Lee Ji’s top specialities include classic Ipoh hor fun and Kampar fish ball noodles
This coffee stand may currently sport a bare-bones selection – sit down for an espresso or take away a flat white
PJ’s latest hawker food court is a microcosm of the country on one breezy boulevard, led by the hornbill state specialities of stallkeeper Aunty Lan.
The big dogs are romping into Sunway Geo Avenue: Food by Fat Cat feels purr-fect…
A massive, menacing shark mural ushers customers into KL’s first diving-themed cafe, the kitchen casts its net beyond the sea, with separate menus for brunch and dinner.
Ramen addicts, add Menya Kotetsu to your list of destinations