This is the first tonkatsu restaurant in Malaysia to have the distinction of using only premium aged black pork from Kyushu.
Just 45 minutes from Shah Alam, this restaurant in Kuala Selangor serves up some pretty fresh and tasty seafood dishes.
Something of an acquired taste, almost all of Siem Reap's dishes have sugar in it - yes, even the savoury ones.
At RM28 for a satisfying portion of pork and five decent-sized prawns, the food here is pretty good value as well.
The fish here is cooked just right, with a texture that's soft, almost crumbly on first bite.
This restaurant is crowded with Chinese, Malays, and Indians on a daily basis.
This is a modern eatery serving mostly traditional Thai fare that is worth your while.
Gopala Indian vegetarian is a good place to go to for a different take on vegetarian fare.
Good Loh Mee is a challenge to find in the Klang Valley. Indulge in a bowl at Restaurant Do Re Mi 123.
If you love fish noodles and your fish bits chunky, this is certainly the place for you.
Fans of Penang style Chee Cheong Fun can find it in Restoran O&S in Taman Paramount, Petaling Jaya.
For authentic Thai food that is wallet friendly, you can’t do better than Little Rara.
Medifoods uses non-GMO ingredients, MSG-free flavourings, and harvests vegetables from the restaurant's own farm.
The classic breakfast of Roti Kahwin, half-boiled eggs, and iced coffee make for a delightful breakfast or tea-time treat in this halal coffee shop.
When it comes to dimsum, few other places offer as many variety as Jin Xuan restaurant does.
If you’re a fan of this street food or comfort food in general, this hawker stall in an Ara Damansara kopitiam is worth checking out.
Located in Seapark, Petaling Jaya this restaurant also serves up one of the best Tau Foo Fah.
If you're into Teow Chew-style cooking, you'll enjoy the dishes at this restaurant in SS18, Subang Jaya.
Located in Bukit Bintang, this is a 24-hour convenience store and round-the-clock eatery for busy Malaysians.
The freshly made sambal served with the chicken or fish is among the best ever.
What sets this stall apart from others in Klang is their use of Bentong ginger as a condiment in addition to their homemade chilli sauce.
From barbecued chicken wings to huge cockles to ikan bakar and lots more, Lido Square in Lintas is a fine place to eat till you drop.
This restaurant in Lot 10 offers a pork-free version of the famous Japanese soup-based dish with noodles.
Gin Rik Sha is an interesting visit, for both after-work winding down or a proper meal with friends