Village Duck @ Bangsar Village I


Fans of London-style Chinese roast duck, rejoice! Village Roast Duck @ Bangsar Village is manned by the Choo siblings who have worked in roast duck restaurants in Bayswater, London for the past few years. The menu features Cantonese spread of roast meats, cold dishes, whole fish, and some slightly-tweaked eats such as wasabi prawns and Peking spare ribs. Those looking to satisfy their Chinese … [Read more...]

Best Soup Pan Mee in Klang Valley


Pan Mee is a popular noodle dish in Malaysia. This Hakka-style noodle can be found in food courts, hawker stalls, pan mee specialty shops and even restaurants. Pan Mee, literally means flat noodles as the dough is hand kneaded, flattened and pinched into dough pieces with irregular shapes. With the help of a noodle flattener, pan mee also comes in the form of noodle strands – thick or thin. … [Read more...]

Win Seng Heng Coffeeshop @ Jalan Imbi


Win Heng Seng is a “must-go” Chinese coffeeshop in KL’s Golden Triangle district. For those who are working around the area, Win Heng Seng is a one-stop shop to savour all-time favourites such as pork ball noodles, char kway teow, Sarawak kolok mee and egg tarts all under one roof. It is no surprise that this place is outrageously popular. We often find it hard to snare a table during … [Read more...]

B & Best Seafood Noodles @ Kelana Jaya


B & Best seafood noodles has been on my “to-do” list for quite some time. I blame it on my foodie friends who constantly flood my social media newsfeed with images of B & Best’s scrumptious looking seafood noodles. I didn’t get around to it until recently, when we were around Kelana Jaya to run some errands. Do bear in mind that this is a “premium” seafood noodles place … [Read more...]

Yut Kee @ Dang Wangi, Kuala Lumpur


Since 1928, Yut Kee has been serving local-style brew and traditional Hainanese fare and over the years, it has remained one of the most popular coffee shops in KL. Its charming nostalgic setting – with old school dark wooden chairs, round marble tables, old portraits and hand-written menu hanging on the wall – takes you back to days of yore. Hainanese cuisine is well known for its great … [Read more...]

Hoi Kee Coffee Shop @ Segambut, Kuala Lumpur


Hoi Kee coffee shop is our frequent stop during weekends, partly because we have grown so familiar with most of the food stalls in this humble little corner coffee shop. Most of them offer great variety and good value for money, which is why the coffee shop is always packed to the brim during lunch hour. If you are planning to stop by, be prepared to share a table with strangers. One of my … [Read more...]

顺利虾面 Soon Lee Prawn Mee @ Off Jalan Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur


We have heard so much about this famous prawn noodles stall located at the wai sek gai (glutton street) next to The Store Jalan Ipoh but it wasn’t until last week we made an effort to drop by. Soon Lee’s the name of this humble little stall and like most famous eateries, their menu is limited to only their signatures – prawn noodles, char kuey teow (CKT) and lam mee. We were there at … [Read more...]

Non Halal Nasi Lemak @ Jalan Sentul, Kuala Lumpur


What do you do when hunger pangs strike on a rainy day? For us, cold and drizzly nights as such call for warm and cozy meals such as steamboat, bakuteh and nasi lemak! Last month, our rainy day cravings were especially bad and fortunately for us, a dear friend recommended Jalan Sentul's nasi lemak and thus we decided to give it a try. He forewarned us about the long queue as soon as the … [Read more...]

Wing Hiong Bak Kut Teh @ Kota Damansara


The weather lately has been horrendous - with heavy downpour and strong gusts ocurring almost every evening. And nothing is more comforting than a steaming pot of Bak Kut Teh on a rainy day. It would be impractical to travel all the way to Klang for a good pot of Bak Kut Teh, hence we settled for a reputational name with branches in PJ. Wing Hiong's menu is rather extensive and everything works … [Read more...]

Siu Yoke @ Wong Kee, Pudu


Ask any KL-lites for the best siu yoke in town and 8 out of 10 of them will mention Wong Kee! Finding this place was quite a challenge, if you are not familiar with the Pudu area. Parking is notorious as well! Since it's within walking distance from Shaw Parade, so it would be easier to just park your car inside the building. Patrons must comply with certain rules here: Rule #1: Siu Yoke is … [Read more...]

(A Very) Hidden Gem around Taman Bamboo, Jalan Ipoh


Jalan Ipoh is packed with great restaurants—some hard to find. We are here to dish out some of these hidden-gem dining experiences at this lovely neighbourhood. One of them is this no name restaurant located towards the end of Taman Bamboo with no address nor postal code (scroll down for map). According to the lady owner who runs this place, the restaurant has been nicknamed by its regulars … [Read more...]

E.A.T Food Village @ Publika, Solaris Dutamas


Focusing on non halal local hawker fare, it is not difficult to guess that the newly opened E.A.T Food Village at Publika shopping gallery became my favourite lunching place. It brings together some of the best hawker food vendors from Klang Valley and North Peninsular Malaysia under one (air-conditioned) roof. The decor reminds diner of yesteryear; with shop facades that look as though time … [Read more...]

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