Tantalizing Tuaran Noodles @ Ah Soon Kor

Cumi just stumbled upon this fabulous place for that Sabah favorite, Tuaran mee, and this weekend he promptly had me in tow, to check out the place. Named after two partners, Ah Soon Kor is located in SS3 and serves a delightful mix of Sabah noodles, local chinese daichow dishes, specialties from Rawang (steamed fish) and […]

Slurp Worthy Ramen @ New Yew Sang Restoran

It’s hard to hate a huge bowl of steaming hot, salty, meaty broth with tender, slow-cooked slices of charsiew (BBQ pork) that sits like a crown, on top of a pile of bouncy ramen noodles. But there’s a difference between ramen you eat for a quick fix, and ramen that’s so good, you want to eat it a […]

A French Affair for One Night only @ The Restaurant, Saujana

One of the most versatile chefs I know is Austrian Head Chef at Saujana, Chef Alexander Waschl. Beneath his tall chef hat and distinct Austrian accent is a humble yet talented man, who brings an amazing Austrian flare to the table, each and every time he cooks for us. And people actually forget that the Austrians had […]

Awesome Thosai & Biryani @ Asian Rice Pot, SS5 !

If you’re a thosai addict like I am, then you need to check out Asian Rice Pot. This place does the most awesome Ghee Thosai on earth. It’s so crispy, yet soft and flavourful, I would go so far as to say, one of the best in PJ for just RM2.50.

Pulled Pan Mee @ Restoran Hong Joo, PJ Old Town

Pan Mee.. Ah yes.. I am a huge fan of the Pan Mee. There’s nothing fancy or glam about this dish. When it’s torn with uneven edges, it is called Mee Hoon Kueh. The uneven shapes might even come across as rather crass and unpolished, but take one bite out of this comfort food, and […]

Garden to Table Private Dining in Section 14 PJ

Eating clean seems to be  the buzz word these days. It is a concept that stresses healthy, whole, unprocessed, organic type of eating. And, although the phrase is relatively new, the principles are not.   There’s a ridiculous amount of information out there these days, and it can be tough sorting out truth from fallacy.. […]

Chef Li’s Penang Hokkien Mee @ Taman Megah

While we KL folk call it Prawn Mee, the Penangites call it Hokkien Mee. Hokkien mee to us locals is the black colored thick noodles, stir-fried with pork lard, steeped in dark soy sauce, finished off with prawns, pork and serve with chili lime paste. So make no mistake, this is indeed the Penang version […]

Is Tim Ho Wan worth queuing for?

First day of business at Tim Ho Wan

I know for a fact, that the good people of the Republic, i.e. Singapore love to queue. Good food, queue. Bad food, also queue. But Malaysians on the other hand, are probably a less tolerant bunch where queuing is concerned. Or at least that’s what I thought. I myself find it a pain in the ass, […]

Margaret Yong Tau Foo @ Subang Perdana

If you are a size queen, like I am, you will love this place. Margaret’s Yong Tau Foo is one of the best places to visit, for supersized Yong Tau Foo (YTF). It definitely ranks way up there on our top list of YTF Joints in KL. Priced at RM0.80 per piece, it is rather […]

MIGF 2014 at Signature @ The Roof

To thrive in today’s fickle culinary landscape, restaurants are adapting at dizzying speed and the more unique or exciting a menu, the better. And one would hope to be assailed by extravagantly conceived menus paired with amazing wines, especially during this Malaysian International Gourmet Festival (MIGF) season. The city’s high-minded culinary circle would expect no less. […]

Hwan by Chakri

Hwan means ‘sweet’ in Thai. But whilst some Thai desserts might tend toward the decorative, the sticky, and the cloyingly sweet, Hwan, is more of a no frills kind of dessert joint, and the desserts thankfully are not overly sweet. tab tim grob

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