Sri Petaling’s newest dessert parlour promises a hot-and-cold medley of Japanese crowd-pleasers.
Malaysian dessert devotees can now enjoy these crystalline cakes for every celebration – courtesy of home baker The Flour Chemistry, in a flurry of fun, fondant-coated flavours.
This new Belgian restaurant brings a bit of Brussels to Mont Kiara
Burnt8 is lit with sparks of imagination, injecting Asian inspirations into its creations
The magic of the four seasons: La Belle Saison is a wonderful little restaurant hidden…
Naro’s spaghetti soaked in tomato sauce and steamed rice with salted egg chicken might lure customers seeking a simple lunch
Unicorn25 is a bright, inviting cafe, reflecting the warmth of its young team.
Kajang’s new culinary darling is not this town’s typical cafe – both the setting and the food are decked out in contemporary flourishes
Bangsar’s cosy new French-owned wine bar is a place to bookmark for patrons seeking some interesting vintages, paired with solid snacks.
This new neighbourhood grocery store doubles as a bustling cafe
This colourfully groovy bar exudes a quirky sense of cool, bolstered further by playful cocktails
If you’re visiting the new Melawati Mall, Be Sixth might be the most distinctive destination for a meal, showcasing a sixth-floor view of the neighbourhood from the restaurant’s alfresco area.
Taking pride in their Kelantanese heritage, the proprietors of Rarn D’Anggun do a delicious nasi kerabu, aromatically fresh and naturally lovely, just like how we’d expect it to taste in a village not far from Kota Bharu.
Stink bean lovers, unite: PJ Petai Mee, a stall inside Bandar Sunway’s Rock Cafe kopitiam space, pays homage to our cherished parkia speciosa
This neighbourhood bakery-cafe might be less than a year old but it harks back to less complicated times