Restaurant Kah Lok Economy Rice @ Puchong

  Restaurant Kah Lok in Puchong joins the neighbourhood as staple provider, offering both classic and some innovative dishes to impress diners; especially when the lineup is offering such an incredible amount of choices.     There is no way we could have sampled everything so we started with a few at random pick. For … Continue reading

Old Town Chicken Rice Ball @ Taman Malim Jaya (Melaka)

Old Town Chicken Rice Ball @ Taman Malim Jaya (Melaka)   Melaka is already popular as one of the stop for heavenly food and being a state that is so rich in history and food culture, eating is considered leisure for the locals. It is a small town pack with delicious food, and people are … Continue reading

A taste of Macau at The Mercado De S.Domingos Municipa Complex

  Wet market and food court under one roof aka The Mercado De S.Domingos Municipal Complex in Macau is the perfect place to experience some local culinary culture and it is very true that local flavours made an authentic travel experience on top of an unforgettable trip. While discovering these little quirks and local culture … Continue reading

Garlic Roasted Chicken Rice Shop @ Sunway

  Garlic Roasted Chicken Rice Shop at Sunway here brings a special spin to conventional chicken rice we are all familiar with. What looked so conservative and ordinary turns out to win the heart of many, especially the students from the adjacent campus. Serving only breakfast and lunch, the shop looks comfortable, not at all … Continue reading

Nasi Lemak Ujong Pasir @ Restoran Ming Huat (Melaka)

  Nasi Lemak at Ujung Pasir (Restoran Ming Huat) has been loved by Malaccans for those rich and unique taste of an authentic experience that remained the same all these years. This coffee shop also hosts several stalls of other typical local flavours, each showcasing their excellent local dishes, but our signature Malaysian heritage takes … Continue reading

Uncle Botak’s Nasi Lemak @ Melaka Baru (Melaka)

  Where is Uncle Botak’s nasi lemak stall now? Did Uncle Botak move somewhere? What happened to Uncle Botak’s nasi lemak stall next to IJC? These are those questions every IJConvent’s alumni from classes of 90s to early 2000s would asks, and could relate to when speaking about good old memories from back in the … Continue reading

Restaurant Unlimited @ SS 14 (Subang Jaya)

  Restaurant Unlimited at SS14 happens to be a gem when it comes to variety and affordability. Also, the tai chau fire up a lineup of comforting dishes with the first pick being perfect for sharing especially for late night supper- Watan Hor. Velvet and silky smooth starchy gravy coating a neat fried char kuey … Continue reading

Loke Ann Cafe @ Melaka

  Melaka is a beautiful place that is filled with preserved tradition and culture. Loke Ann Café in Melaka is one that is fantastic to experience the very authentic and local flavour of the lovely town. With the many hip and contemporary eateries and cafe in town, some of the old coffee shops still remain … Continue reading

Restaurant Jie Mee @ Hartamas

  The legendary wantan mee in Damansara Heights sent many patrons with disappointment and anxiety when it was closed somewhere last year. This wan tan mee somehow became an essential part for regular customers (at least the ones within Damansara Heights’ community) from when since they started their operations on Jalan Batai, thanks to the … Continue reading

Klebang Coconut Shake @ Melaka

  The coconut shake maniac started in Melaka and as a proud Malaccan, I ought to pay a visit to the pioneer coconut shake in Klebang. The long queue was indeed a shocker and not only did the scene did some obstruction the traffic flow at the very narrow road in Klebang, it also put … Continue reading

Korean BBQ ( Food Court style ) @ the Rock Cafe

  Pop culture of Korea has definitely played a very important role in the Korean wave as more people are getting to know more about the country, the culture and the tradition of Korea. In the culinary scene, things aren’t any different. With K-pop getting bigger, more people acquiring the flavour of Korea. With these … Continue reading

Steam Fish Head @ Ah wang bah kut teh

  Located along Jalan Klang Lama right beneath one of the flyover bridges, the Ah Wang Bah Kut Teh is a place with some extended awnings and a lot of tables and chairs to cater for the crowd. This place doesn’t quite have anything too fancy but they serve good food and really fresh steam … Continue reading