The chicken pongteh is a surprising standout, with a resonant flavour that does justice to the beloved classic.
The Ghan is helmed mainly by a team of Afghans who’ve come to Malaysia in recent years.
Customers can take long, deep breaths of fresh air while savouring a minimal-fuss meal near Cyberjaya’s lake gardens.
Fresh fish is Fincch’s pride, flown in from Tokyo’s Tsukiji market every Tuesday and Friday.
With its owners and head chef being Egyptians themselves, diners can look forward to tasting some authentic flavours of Egypt at Tut’s Eatery.
Bubble Bee is building buzz in Chinatown for its egg waffles, served fresh and warm in playful varieties.
If you’re looking for an indulgent all-you-can-eat meal, then Kuro Japanese Steamboat should be on your list.
Asian fare with fusion flourishes forms the cornerstone of this contemporary mall cafe.
A cafe and florist that not only serves coffee, but Asian rice bowls.
Damansara Uptown’s new spot for Korean fried chicken does a decent job of whipping up wings with a solid crunch, a reasonable tenderness and fairly distinct soy and spicy flavours.
The Morning After’s new menu features bread bowls, crepes, and the trendy charcoal latte.
Lim Sheng specialises in charcoal-cooked satisfaction for tempest-tossed evenings – each serving of rice with sliced chicken, salted fish and Chinese sausages remains reliably fresh and steaming-hot to the last, crusty-bottomed bite.
Champignons merits a look for putting extra effort into its work.
Comfortably snuggled in Damansara City Mall, 1974 Bar and Restaurant serves Korean-inspired bar bites like Korean fried chicken and a Bulgogi burger.
Five Sen5es at The Westin Kuala Lumpur serves up some delightful Chinese New Year 2018 dishes and a yee sang that’s surely abundantly blessed.