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Is it worth your money to spend RM500 or more for a Japanese omakase dinner for two?
This claypot chicken rice in Taman Berkeley, Klang, stand out for taste and value.
Nothing beats a hot steaming bowl of herbal soup on a cold and breezy evening.
Tonkatsu is basically breaded, deep-fried pork cutlet served with shredded cabbage, an ideal meal for those on a low-carb or keto diet.
Its possible to get the authentic taste of Balinese cuisine right here in Puchong.
One of the most crowded restaurants in Setia City Mall, Little Nyonya has an extensive menu to sate appetites.
Hungry folks in Gopeng can head over to Mee Kari Ami for a satisfying and tasty meal.
While there are many takes on the ubiquitous curry mee, this version stands out.
Drop by Little Eat Stall in Pudu for a delicious and hearty bowl of noodles served with fresh fish.
Warm bread, fresh ingredients and scrambled egg make for a great breakfast.
Malaysians will do almost anything for good food including waking up early.
Knowns locally as Bun Oc, the soup comes chockfull of vegetables and can be enjoyed either on its own or with vermicelli.
The fish here is fresh, flavourful, and seasoned so well, it doesn’t take away from the natural flavours of the seafood. It's simply addictive.
It’s not surprising to find good food in the most out of way places
Other than Sarawak Laksa, this restaurant in Mutiara Damansara also serves Kolo Mee, Belacan Bee Hoon and Mee Jawa Sarawak.
The 'uncle' who used to operate in Damansara Heights is now operating a stall in Sen Kee White Coffee kopitiam in Taman Sri Muda, Shah Alam.
The fried eel with vermicelli and eel porridge are good choices to go with.
These air-flown crabs from Sri Lanka are gigantic, juicy, sweet and bursting with flavour.
Located at 163 Retail Park in Mont Kiara, this restaurant serves some seriously great-tasting dishes that all in the family will enjoy.
The standard hot coffee with condensed milk is thick, aromatic, and packs a punch. What's there not to love about it?
Hai Keng Restaurant in Petaling Jaya makes a mean bowl of Nyonya Curry Mee with delicious add-ons that take it to the next level.
The pork noodles soup in this restaurant in Taman Megah is sweet with a porky goodness and comes with slices of pork, liver, intestine, and minced pork.
However busy your holiday itinerary, stop by at the Long Wah Tea House to sample their extensive array of delicious Dim Sum.
Half green house-half cafe, this spot at Hoan Kiem Lake Park serves up a mean cup of coffee to be enjoyed among the soothing greens.