Kesom Cafe @ Aman Suria


Every other day, there is a new café, a burger place or a fancy restaurant popping out in the Klang Valley but I have never gotten this excited to blog about Kesom, a café in Aman Suria that offers home made Kelantanese cuisines such as nasi dagang and nasi kerabu. I first got to know about this place from @boolicious, so when NTV7 approached us to do a special Ramadan feature, Kesom is the … [Read more...]

Vicchuda Tom Yam @ Damansara Utama


Vicchuda in Damansara Utama is a great place to get your tom yum fix. The restaurant has done pretty well because it serves cheap and fast food. The owner comes from southern Thailand so the menu features some Thai classics as well as popular Malaysian fare such as ayam paprik, daging masak merah and curries. We usually order four to five dishes to be shared between the two of us. With each … [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...]

Alicafe Tigarasa Restaurant @ USJ Taipan


Alicafe by Power Root Berhad is no stranger to most Malaysians. Do you know that Power Root is also venturing into the restaurant business? Alicafe Tigarasa Restaurant located at Taipan Business Centre has been serving up unique Malay cuisines, and of course a good cup of Alicafe related coffee/tea since December 2011. I love its fabulous black and white contemporary interior, which creates a … [Read more...]

Dancing Fish @ Bangsar Shopping Centre, Kuala Lumpur


Our first encounter with  Indonesian food happened two years back in Bali island. It left us awestruck with the potential and range of Indonesian food that we never realized. We first hear about Dancing Fish located on the third floor of Bangsar Shopping Centre from a friend. It is a treasure trove of Malay-Indo dishes, we were told. Hence the very idea of savoring Indonesian cuisine among me … [Read more...]

Penang Food Trip with Malaysia Airlines


Few months back, MAS flew some of the bloggers up north for a FOOD TRIP. A day trip can't get any cooler than this - fly to Penang in the morning just to eat a meal or two and fly back in the evening itself. Pretty air stewardess greeted us with a wide, pretty and an attractive smile. … [Read more...]

Nasi Lemak Antarabangsa @ Kota Damansara


Nasi Lemak Antarabangsa, an established name in Kampung Baru since 1973. The brand name is so strong that they have ventured into franchising now, with 12 branches available in Klang Valley and Malacca. Despite having a bad prior experience that we have decided not to blog about it, we will always give a restaurant a second chance unless it's a horrible transgression. So we said yes to the … [Read more...]

Recession Food? Vicchuda Tom Yum @ Damansara Uptown


Small Note: Our write-up on Nong & Jimmy was featured in The Star Sunday Metro With more stories about credit crisis, mortgage meltdown and job losses, it appears we are heading towards recession, and it may not get better anytime soon. I figured I'd jump on the recession bandwagon by introducing some recession proof food that is light on the wallet but feels heavy on the stomach. Vicchuda … [Read more...]

RM 1.20 Nasi Lemak @ Selera Jaya 223


On a totally random night, KampungBoy brought me to Selera Jaya 223 for some piping hot nasi lemak and boy, I was hooked after that. I have been begging him to take me here for supper almost every week! As you can see, the place is bustling with activities, even after 12 am, which make it a great place for hang out session. Mind you that the vendors here are very territorial and they will lead … [Read more...]

Village Park Restaurant @ Damansara Utama


I have always found Village Park to be bustling with customers, often times crowded near the entrance because of great word of mouth about their very delicious malay dishes.Giving in to our kiasuness and curiosity, we dropped by on a Sunday morning. It is much easier to get a place during the weekends. Teh Ice (RM 1.70)Nasi Lemak Ayam (RM 6). It comes with the usual condiments like sambal, fried … [Read more...]

Keropok Sengit


Keropok Sengit! My homeland, Terengganu comprises of seven districts: Setiu, Kemaman, Dungun, Marang, Hulu Terengganu and Kuala Terengganu. 90% of the population on this state are Malays and the reminder share among the Chinese, Indians and aborigines. It is not surprise to see a heavy Malay influence on Terengganu’s delicacies.Keropok sengit, please. Sengit = Satu Ringgit whereby Terengganuan … [Read more...]

Terengganu Specialties – Kak Yah Keropok Lekor @ Losong


Keropok is cracker made of fish which is ground to a paste then mixed with sago before it is steamed and later deep fried. It is the snack instead of a proper meal and sometimes is served as the snack before meal.Keropok is easily found elsewhere in Kuala Terengganu, from the stalls beside the road to restaurants or market. If you wish to bring home some, go to the Central Market for dried keropok … [Read more...]