Following their successful debut last year, the reinvention of the quintessential Malaysian food court experience,…
Whether you prefer something sweet, savoury, or cold and refreshing, there’s sure to be something for everyone when it comes to Malaysian tea time snacks.
This place serves porridge of all kinds, with even frog porridge on the menu, for those who are willing to give it a go.
Fans of roast duck might like to flock to Fai Koh, a new stall in Puchong that’s reputedly run by a Hong Kong-born-and-trained chef with nearly four decades of professional experience in preparing fresh, flavoursome fowl.
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.
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 Little Giraffe Book Club community library’s new location has become not only a place for families and friends to come together to read, but a home for F&B purveyors like Rojak Wan
This friendly new Indian food stall in Pudu promises curries surprisingly cooked to order, meticulously mixed with rice and meat in claypots for fresh, fragrant and fiery soul food
The signature bowl is a solid, fuss-free workman’s lunch, with plenty of noodles topped with beef balls, slices and tripe in a mild, clear broth
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Tiger STREATS, by Tiger Beer, is the world’s first ‘street food meets fine dining’ pop-up restaurant, where two chefs join forces to stir up the appetites of people from all walks of life.
Jenma & Zam’s Burger-mbira is a friendly spot with an extensive menu – the couple take pride particularly in speciality burgers with their own-made patties.
Chips.my offers hand-cut fries, cooked to order, thick & fairly fluffy, made with russet potatoes, served with a choice of sweet-spicy sauce or tangy lemon aioli.
Wild Wild East gallops this month into KL’s untamed frontiers of upmarket street food, bringing a maverick take on cooked-to-order beef, lamb, chicken & fish.
Another Penang-inspired stop opened recently, vowing to also dish out authentic street eats.