Leaving behind her engineering career to care for her children, Chuah Chiew See has turned her hobby of baking into a fulfilling pastime.
These tiny delightful morsels are a must-eat snack when in Penang.
In Malaysia, the Philippines and Indonesia, about 40% of children aged five and below are malnourished.
Using basic ingredients, these pork chops are cooked in a skillet on the stove and is ready in just 20 minutes.
The stall at Restoran Ehsan Maju is a branch of the famous Bangkok Lane mee goreng in Penang.
Every first and third Sunday of the month, you get to enjoy Hugo’s Blues & BBQ buffet.
A little butter, pepper and salt with the main star being Cajun seasoning means a delicious meal is yours to enjoy in under 30 minutes.
Good beef noodle places abound in the Klang Valley but this Kota Kinabalu version rocks.
Research suggests people tend to consume up to 48% more in the company of loved ones.
This recipe only requires pepper, salt and butter with a touch of lemon to deliver great taste.
Fei Fan Hot Pot certainly offers great value for money especially if you’re a big eater.
240-seat establishment only open to those aged 21 and above.
Established by poke bowl pioneer Aaron Lim, Kubis & Kale offers vegetable-based meals at a reasonable price.
'Foo Young' means lotus, as it is said the dish resembles that of a lotus flower. It is made with ground pork and various vegetables.
From savoury to sweet to traditional and modern, there's something for everyone when spending the day in Melaka.
Hin Kee restaurant in Klang serves up old school dishes done well.
In a fascinating showcase of the Malaysian baking industry, beautiful cakes take centerstage during the Eat Cake Today Cake Show 2019.
TEN noodles are not only good, they offer value-for-money and customer experience.
With the goal of making healthy food accessible to all, Ours Eatery has surprisingly delicious fare served up without any frying.
Enjoy this Myanmar recipe for a sweet, sticky rice dessert that is very simple to make.
Chef Somkid Ketkaew has come down from Bangkok to serve Malaysians with his signature dishes.
Tucked away in a quiet corner of PJ Old Town, Masala Wheels is a good place to bring friends and family who crave really great-tasting spicy food.
What you see is not what you deliciously taste at this molecular gastronomy restaurant.
The perfect filling for this spicy Indian appetiser should have the perfect balance of flavour and texture.