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Tuesday, December 10, 2019


What’s going on in the culinary world: reviews, recommendations and recipes.

Shobana’s cooks up a storm of southern Indian cravings

This humble restaurant in Petaling Jaya serves authentic Malayalee cuisine that is reminiscent of home-cooked fare.

Buttery and crispy chocolate chip cookies in a jiffy

There is no better comfort food than hot, freshly baked chocolate chip cookies. There is no better comfort food than hot, freshly baked chocolate chip cookies.

Lip-smacking Penang-style kuih teow soup at Hock Seng’s

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.

It’s Yuen Ting for soya bean drinks and Chinese deep-fried breads

Located in Seapark, Petaling Jaya this restaurant also serves up one of the best Tau Foo Fah.

Famed Tokyo sushi restaurant Jiro left dreaming of Michelin stars

Restaurant can only seat 10 people so getting a spot to dine there is very difficult.

Xfrens Restaurant: Unusual name, delicious food

If you're into Teow Chew-style cooking, you'll enjoy the dishes at this restaurant in SS18, Subang Jaya.

Should Malaysians stop eating meat?

Eating meat is a particularly complex issue as the process of acquiring such tasty food is highly unethical.

The KK Concept Store looks like a winner

Located in Bukit Bintang, this is a 24-hour convenience store and round-the-clock eatery for busy Malaysians.

Braised abalone and sea cucumber make for a premium meal

This dish takes some time and effort to make but the taste is heavenly.

Thumbs up for Ayam Penyet Mak Maya in Kampung Baru

The freshly made sambal served with the chicken or fish is among the best ever.

Home made sweet and silky taufu fa

Taufu fa is excellent for cooling down in the hot and humid weather. Here’s an easy recipe to make this treat at home.

Malaysia Airports takes KULinary to new heights with MIGF partnership

Guests enjoyed exciting and award-winning offerings from KLIA, klia2 and partner airlines.

Top 1 Chicken Rice lives up to its name in Klang

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.

Fancy a meal that wriggles in your mouth?

Sago worms are still a hit with foodies although they're becoming expensive.

This green bean casserole is a sure crowd pleaser

This is the perfect dish to feed a large party crowd, and it's easy to make too.

It’s hawker fare galore at Lido Square in Kota Kinabalu

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.

Kitsune Udon soup is both hearty and filling

Kitsune udon is a hearty and filling Japanese staple on cold rainy nights.

Kagura’s halal Tokyo-style chicken ramen is truly delicious

This restaurant in Lot 10 offers a pork-free version of the famous Japanese soup-based dish with noodles.

Gin Rik Sha: Unusual name but great food and drinks

Gin Rik Sha is an interesting visit, for both after-work winding down or a proper meal with friends

Steamed mussels elevate spaghetti for a satisfying meal

This easy steamed mussels with spaghetti makes for a complete restaurant-quality meal.

If you love duck, you’ll love Kimberly Street’s Koay Chap

The main ingredients of Koay Chap are duck meat, duck innards, duck eggs and coagulated blood.

Peach cobbler infused with Bourbon – now that’s a dessert!

This peach cobbler infused with Bourbon is easy to make and perfect for hot days.

8 great stops in Ipoh Old Town

If you're short on time but big on enjoyment, head to Ipoh Old Town for eight great spots to eat, drink and be merry in.

Buttered potato-mushrooms make a delightful dish

All of 15 minutes and even the pickiest eater will be happy with this dish.