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Anis Puteri Corner, Pantai Dalam

I’m a big fan of Malay nasi campur especially the ones from the east coast, namely Kelantan. The dishes are heavily influenced by Thai cuisine, with emphasis on sugar and coconut milk – expect the curries to taste richer, sweeter and creamier. My regular fix is at Restoran Jaring but a friend told me about […]

“Buka Puasa” at Mosaic, Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur

When eating lemang, a good beef rendang is important as it is what makes the experience worth while. I used to love buying lemang from the stalls along the highway on the east coast, but occasionally, the beef rendang is tough and hardly fragrant. The lemang and beef rendang by Chef Kamarudin of Mandarin Oriental […]

Hayaki Cafe, Damansara Uptown

Ever since I tried the Kelantan style ayam percik at Yati and Restoran Jaring, I’d be on a lookout for it whenever I dine at a nasi campur stall. There’s just something about the sticky sweet yet spicy sauce — so addictive, I tell you. At Hayaki Cafe in Damansara Uptown, they serve Kelantan style […]

February 27, 2014

Restoran Jaring, Sunway Mentari

Kelantan food is one of my favourite Malaysian cuisines and I am always on a lookout for good ayam percik and gulai. Alas, there aren’t any good ones near my workplace so I made do with the typical nasi campur melayu from my office cafeteria. It was by chance that rif and I were in […]

September 18, 2013

Capital Nasi Dagang Kelantan in Damansara Uptown

rif and I stumbled upon Capital Nasi Dagang last weekend when we were driving around Damansara Uptown in search of a lunch place. It was close to 3pm and we had just finished running errands and picking up some things for our new home – and most lunch places were closed. The name Capital Nasi […]

August 26, 2013

Top 10 Food To Eat in Kuantan

Kuantan used to be a place I’d visit at least twice a year because back in his audit days, rif was stationed there for a month or two. When I went over for the weekend, we’d explore the area for good eats. Given our hectic schedules these days, I don’t foresee us revisiting anytime soon. […]

The Gulai House, The Datai Langkawi

The Gulai House at The Datai Langkawi offers guests the experience of dining in a wooden house amidst the lush green surrounding. This “kampung style” setting is further complemented by The Gulai’s unique blend of authentic Malay and Indian dishes, made from fresh ingredients and seafood. I was greeted by my name, handwritten on a […]

Ramadhan inspired by nenek’s kitchen at JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur

The Ramadhan feast at JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur boasts 138 nenek’s traditional recipes, handed down by the grandmothers of the chefs. While this is my first Ramadhan review at JW Marriott, it wasn’t the first time I had the Ramadhan buffet here. My former manager is a fan of the masakan kampung here so our […]

Asam Pedas Hajjah Mona

My first encounter of asam pedas was when rif’s parents invited me over to lunch when we were still dating. Prior to that, I assumed asam pedas and asam fish curry were the same. That lunch was an introduction and education to a variety of Melaka Nyonya food – and I have to say, both […]

A-List Malaysian Feast at Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral

Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral is offering diners an A-List Malaysian Feast of local Malay delicacies this Ramadhan. For RM88+ per pax, one can break fast with an assortment of dishes including stuffed whole lamb kuzi with nasi briyani, nasi lemak, rendang ayam, satay and roasted chicken. The buffet line is reasonably extensive – with several […]

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