Re: Fuel on Wheel @ Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral

  Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral launched the first food truck by a hotel in Kuala Lumpur, and that we are looking at Re: Fuel on Wheel. It is offering Street grub on the streets of Kuala Lumpur Sentral at the port a cochere of the hotel. This one is making them the first hotel in … Continue reading

Bazaar Ramadhan TTDI 2017

  During the Ramadhan month and buffets aside, we know that visiting the Bazaar is the other way to celebrate buka puasa during this holy month. If there is anything I enjoyed more than the spoilt choices of buffets, the Ramadhan Bazaar if the next in mind to break fast. Ramadhan bazaars are filled with … Continue reading

Street Eats: Melaka- Gor Hiong (5 spice)/ Prawn Crackers @ Jalan Tun Perak

  When it comes to food obsession in Melaka, you definitely don’t need the disposable income for best restaurants because street food is your saviour. All the cheap eats of exceptional flavour and experience served either in dinky plastics and paper wraps are the best experience to dive into the local eating habits and food … Continue reading

Pork Organ Pepper Soup @ Taman Midah Cheras

  Pork Organ Pepper Soup at Taman Midah, Cheras is apparently notoriously well known and popular amongst the neighbourhood patrons to offer fresh and delicious offal if you are into this kind of delicacies. Being the anchor at this row of stalls, they attract a healthy number of crowds – it would be difficult to … Continue reading

Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center & Porride Stall @ Jalan Ipoh

  Leng Kee (Claypot) and Bah Kut Teh Center and the humble Porride Stall adjacent to the restaurant works perfectly well as a duo combo and provides some of the most comforting indulgence especially when they serve till late hours at night. When the sun goes down, the area is instantly filled with the night … Continue reading

Hong Sang Mix Rice (Chap Fan) with more than 100 dishes @ Cheras

  One of the best budget foods we can find in Malaysia is probably the economy rice aka known locally as “chap fan” which literally translates to mix rice. Commonly found in hawker stalls, coffee shops, or food stalls, the chap fan is always popular with lots of people lining up and bustling around the … Continue reading

Backlane (Longkang) Cockles @ Tong Bee’s Stall (Melaka)

  Longkang cockles, cockles at the back alley, bunga raya cockles, bunga raya si ham, Melaka longkang siham, Bunga Raya kerang rebus, longkang lala, Tong Bee’s stall and many other names; all referring to the same dodgy stall operating at the back alley along the Jalan Bunga Raya Melaka.     Notoriously renowned with their … Continue reading

La Famiglia’s Mobile Pasta @ SS 15

  The pop ups of recent food trucks around ss15 has been nothing but more than another upcoming trend that eventually benefits foodies and youngsters in the hipster community. The latest I’ve checked out was the humble and friendly food truck with the chefs doubling as waiters as well. Thou there weren’t any proper dining … Continue reading

Lekor King @ Melaka

  Lekor is no longer something new or strange to many of us but it has somewhat evolved with fusion style to fulfill and please the palate of many. Simply because creativity and special creation appears to appeal and stand out whilst at the same time triggering the interest of gourmands, lekor is no longer … Continue reading

Ammonia Free ‘You Tiao’

  Chinese fried bread stick, or commonly known as the Youtiao, Chinese cruller, Chinese oil stick, or Chinese doughnut, is dough shaped into long strip and deep fried to golden-brown. Originated from China and later common amongst many other countries with each having a version of their own, and slowly enjoyed distinctively in many cuisines. … Continue reading

Seaweed Popiah

  Popiah (also known as the spring roll) originated from China and is usually eaten as snack in between meals or appetizer ever since migration happened. From time to time there are many types of popiahs mostly rolled with the thin popiah skin. There is the Chinese spring roll with cooked julienned turnips in it, … Continue reading

Eat and Drink China : Famous Shanghai street food

  They said the Chinese eats everything. I couldn’t agree less with that statement and I do find their food interesting. The street foods in China are pretty fascinating as well if you ask me. There is an array of varieties but the popular ones would be their steam bun. It seems to be available … Continue reading