Dealing with a Rubik’s Cube has never been more delicious. Have a go at devouring the colourful yoghurt-based creation by Homuri Homemade Desserts.
Matcha maniacs, meet MaikoTea Cafe, potentially KL’s premier destination for drinking green tea.
Stomping into Cheras, Mighty Monster is more heartwarming than hair-raising, blending warm service with a…
Aida Daniya’s setting might be its undeniable attraction, perched on a scenic slope of Fraser’s Hill. But its food passes muster too, with hearty fare like fried chicken with chips and cream sauce for lunch, and the obligatory scones, cakes and pies for tea.
Discretely tucked away in Petaling Jaya, Potter’s Cafe offers cakes and coffee in their art gallery.
Fahmi, El, Nas and their friendly crew bring a lot of heart to Mikro, a small space that won us over big time.
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.
This coffee stand may currently sport a bare-bones selection – sit down for an espresso or take away a flat white
The big dogs are romping into Sunway Geo Avenue: Food by Fat Cat feels purr-fect…
This new chocolate boutique-cafe relies primarily on cacao beans from Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam, turned into treats that are made in Malaysia under Japanese auspices.
Sri Petaling’s newest dessert parlour promises a hot-and-cold medley of Japanese crowd-pleasers.
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
Nasi Lemak Tepi Jalan 1996 pays tribute to a late matriarch who started selling nasi lemak at a street-side stall in Desa Petaling more than two decades ago