At Makan Time, a quaint little cafe in Kota Damansara, dishes are prepared meticulously. No corners are cut, no shortcuts taken. If the chicken stock needs four hours to prepare, then, it will take four hours; not a minute more, not a minute less. The result is magic in the mouth, writes Haris Hussain.
The pair have been operating from the same spot for three years now, offering a smorgasbord of tasty, honest, comfort food that money can buy – at insane prices.
Jackfruit is a superfood that can be eaten raw, cooked, sweet, and savoury, while its seeds are edible too, writes Pipa Arbee.
It’s like a journey of discovery at the spanking new Medan Selera in USJ 1, Subang Jaya. The tasty food, low prices and easy parking have got Purwaiz Alam hooked.
If you are craving for authentic Nyonya cuisine, Baba Ho Liao is the place to be.
Unlike the ‘old days’, banana leaf rice sets now don’t come with many of the sides/condiments and chips apart from papadam. Masala Wheels is one of the few that still offer more than most places.
Business has boomed for Kapten Corner in Boomtown, USJ 11, Subang Jaya. It’s not surprising as retrenched pilot Azrin Mohamad Zawawi and his wife serve delicious Ipoh Mee Kari and Laksa Utara.
Bok’s Kito and Gertak Merah serve up delicious Nasi Kerabu but which is our favourite? Read on to find out.
Woodfire has its origins in Johor Bahru and has been around for more than six years. Having recently opened outlets in the Klang Valley, it could pass off as the best burger in town (for now).
Chacha Naan and Briyani in Section 14, Petaling Jaya is a must visit for naan and briyani lovers.
Steven Yap and wife Annie Leong find silver lining in Covid-19 era as they graduate from selling baby oil sticks (yau char kwai) from their truck to opening a humble shop in Bandar Baru Ampang.
Antonio’s Trattoria Calabria in Taman Tun Dr Ismail offers great lunch sets with a friendly owner who willingly undertakes requests.
What used to be known as Portofino in Taman Tun Dr Ismail is now Abah Deli. It remains unclear if the change in name is linked to Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin but rest assured there are no rotan in sight and the nasi lemak still tastes good.