Black Tap Brings the Heat with Its New Hot Chicken Sandwich
June 4th, 2023
Its cute & catchy name might seem sufficient to lure curious customers, but thankfully, there's still more to Oinkz than that.
First-rate art meets third-wave coffee: Visitors can now survey creativity on canvasses while sipping cappuccinos
OW:L Espresso, a first-floor perch where college students of a feather flock together, is set to become one of Subang Jaya's coolest new hangouts.
Midsummer Night in OUG; a first floor cafe, concealed without a signboard above an auto workshop, is for now an oasis of crowd-free calm.
Einstein Cafe, tucked on the first floor of a shop-house on Jalan Sultan in Chinatown. The cafe has no signboard, so look for Sinn Optical & the little red door beside that store.
Salads often get a raw deal from the meat-preferring public - 'rabbit food,' some folks scoff - but a fresh set of salad bars is sprouting to change that.
It's the end of the road for Wei Kee in Imbi; the respected specialist in duck & goose meat is closing this branch & heading to Subang Jaya at the end of September because of tenancy troubles.
It might not exactly be a cabin in the woods, but this new cafe - run by a 21-year-old (!) - is pretty well-hidden too, nestled within a leafy compound beside the La Salle secondary school on PJ's Jalan Gasing.
Mexican mania is on the move in Malaysia!
Fans of Nyonya fare have a new cafe to patron in their search for sambal prawns & kangkung belacan: Straits Food Company opened this month at Bangsar Utama.
This month, the residents of Bukit Jalil will welcome a new cafe in the area: The Owls Cafe.
Subang's horizon for coffee fans expands even further this weekend, extending to a new cafe within the EX8 complex in the semi-industrial estate that's home to Tupperware, Skynet and the UCSI International School.
Coffee Amo unveiled its second branch this month, spreading its wings from KL's Chinatown to Taman Tun Dr Ismail.
Air-Infusion Coffee? Brevis may be KL's only cafe to serve beverages brewed via a patented process that seems pretty obscure, intriguing us enough to check out this tiny new venue in The Weld mall.
Yet another Thai street-food treat is set to make its Malaysian breakthrough this year: Independent newbie Sangkaya Creamery is bringing locally made, Chatuchak-influenced coconut ice cream to the sultry streets of KL
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