April 15th, 2021
Category: Fast Food
At long last, Malaysians will finally be able to make a "run for the border" at the latest American fast food
From Tokyo-approved yakitori to Shanghai-inspired cocktails, Italian Neapolitan comfort food to Spanish pork grub, authentic Macanese cooking to Hong Kong-style Cantonese cuisine, this month’s roundup of new restaurants leaps across multiple borders and regions.
Kampong Kravers is taking a fresh leap into prominence this year, expanding from its original kiosk-based business into a series of comfy cafes that have sprouted across the Klang Valley's key shopping malls.
Commentators have often likened the three-year-old CaliBurger brand to California's pioneering In-N-Out Burger, pointing to stark similarities in their menus. We'll probably never see In-N-Out in KL, but its upstart rival unveiled a Malaysian outpost in Avenue K this month.
Opening this week in Mid Valley, Panchos claims it serves the city's tastiest tacos, burritos and quesadillas; there are a couple of other contenders in KL for that crown, but fortunately, this isn't entirely an empty boast.
KGB's third outpost (in two years!) in TTDI is a testament to the drive and determination of its creators, who've so far made KGB the go-to spot for burgers in Bangsar and Mid Valley and seem set to do likewise in TTDI.
The Counter - a California-based chain that's billed as 'the 21st century's bold answer to the classic burger joint' - celebrates the launch of its first Malaysian outpost in Pavilion this week
Customisable hot dogs are streaking into Sri Petaling; restaurant founders Jeffers, Desmond, Tyler and their team have created one of the most family-friendly destinations imaginable for everybody who loves massive wieners.
South Korea's G-Cova chicken franchise fires its opening salvo in Malaysia, launching in Mont Kiara Meridin this month.