July 5th, 2022
This friendly, family-run restaurant brings a bit of Johor to KL, relying on recipes that catering veteran Khaty Ahmad inherited from her mother
From kebaya to karipap: Malaysian crafts and cuisine come together at Kita Kita, a combination of a store and cafe where customers can shop for locally produced clothing, tableware and paintings while snacking on some beloved traditional tidbits.
Kopi XOXO has a nice vibe, but that's not necessarily the reason it's a crowd magnet. Sightings of beloved local actors & singers are rampant at this celebrity-run cafe
Sustainability forms the core of Garden To Table's philosophies - the chairs, tables & cupboards here are pre-owned, sourced from flea market or friends' homes or recycled from crates. Biodegradable detergent is used to cleanse cooking utensils & dishes, while food scraps are turned into compost for the plants.
Mad about murals? You might go ga-ga over the walls at Kota Damansara's new Crazy Kopitiam.
For customers who prefer the original taste of Malaysian cuisine, this recently launched outlet at USJ One City Mall might well live up to its catchy name.
KariGuys, a family-run business with roots in Pahang, recently completed its transformation from a food court stall into a full-fledged restaurant.
Ploughing through the Klang Valley for paddy: This one's dedicated to rice enthusiasts seeking new eateries that serve nasi lemak & nasi kukus.
The highlights at Cafe Pak Abu's are the cooked to order side dishes with lively flavours, spanning the likes of rendang and dendeng.
With about a week remaining till Ramadan begins, folks have started planning where to break their fast throughout