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Kelam Kaboot Cafe (RM8 Halal Korean Food) @ Kg Dato Harun, PJ

Honestly, I did not expect much when we stepped into Kelam Kaboot cafe. First, the cafe serves both Korean and Italian food, plus its Malay owned so the dishes are halal. Korean food, Italian food and halal these words just dont go together. But I am glad I was wrong, as the meal...

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1 week and 6 days ago.

 

Kuih Keria Abang Botek

Kuih Keria is a unique Malay style donut that is more commonly found in Melaka. It is basically deep fried sweet potato dough covered in sweet Gula Melaka glaze. Depending on the recipe of choice, sometimes honey and a mix of rock sugar and caster sugar are used instead. When done right, the donut is...

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1 month and 4 weeks ago.

 

Richard’s Top Taste Cafe @ Seberang Perai

Richards Top Taste Cafe has gone from humble beginnings to become an enduring presence in Seberang Perai. It is one of the longest standing Western food restaurants in Penang and has been my familys favorite place to go for good yet affordable chops. Also, this place is halal-certified so...

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5 months and 4 weeks ago.

 

Expedia’s Interactive Map of Where to Go in Malaysia

One of the things I enjoy the most about traveling is the planing process. Usually, I am the one who does the planning eg. hotel booking, attractions to visit and places to eat at. However, I dont plan the trip in such a way that we list the things to do in timetable, like wake [] The post...

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10 months and 3 weeks ago.

 

Ja Toi (ร้าน จ่าต๋อย) @ Pattaya

Ja Toi is also one of the most popular Thai restaurants in Pattaya offering a combination of vintage decor, antiques and local food. From the outside, it actually looked more like a museum or woodcraft shop. You wouldn't have guessed that it's a restaurant even after you enter the premise. The post Ja Toi...

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1 month and a week ago.

 

Mooncakes Autumn Specials Menu @ Grand Harbour, Fahrenheit 88

When it comes to mooncakes, Grand Harbour restaurant favors using fine traditional ingredients and let the quality speak for itself. Their latest mooncake flavor - Golden Emerald Dates is named after red date which is also the featured ingredient in their Autumn Specials. The post Mooncakes Autumn...

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4 months ago.

 

Chinese-Indian Curry @ Restoran Sin Hiap Kee, Pudu

Sin Hiap Kee looks like any unassuming kopitiam at first, but it's more than meets the eye. What's popular here are Indian-style curries interestingly prepared by a Chinese couple. There's one thing you should consider before eating here though, that is their price is similar, and maybe even higher than the...

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4 months and a week ago.

 

Nyonya Valley Restaurant @ CyberView Garden, Cyberjaya

Nyonya Valley is one of the better restaurants to eat at Cyberjaya and it has become one of our to-go places. Their halal menu is extensive enough to cover either small or large dining groups, which is why Nyonya Valley is also an ideal restaurant for companies to have team lunch. The price is...

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29th August 2013 1:56pm

 

fatCUPID @ La Pari-Pari Boutique Hotel, Langkawi

If youre in the mood for continental meals and the idea of poolside dining appeals to you, then fatCUPID fits the bill. Located just a stone throws away from Sun Cafe, fatCUPID is the resident restaurant of La Pari-Pari, a boutique hotel with a cheerful and relaxing atmosphere. But first you...

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5th August 2013 11:39am

 

OId Cathay Cinema Char Koay Teow @ Jalan Ali, Muar

Coming from Penang myself I have ridiculously high standards when it comes to Char Koay Teow. But it also means I might be biased when judging Char Koay Teow from other states. In the Southern parts of Malaysia like Melaka, Johor and Singapore, Char Koay Teow is fried to appear dark but the overall concept

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7th February 2013 8:56pm

 

2ND Floor Kitchen Bar @ TTDI

Despite being a relatively new restaurant, 2ND Floor Kitchen Bar has already established itself as one of the best places to eat in Taman Tun Dr Ismail. Whether you are looking for a lazy brunch, drinks, desserts or an intimate dinner, 2ND Floor fits all the bills. What makes it even sweeter is the...

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1 week ago.

 

Putu Piring Abah (Blueberry, Chocolate Kaya Flavor) @ Nilai

Usually when people think of putu piring, they associate it with Melaka. That is probably because Gula Melaka is the traditional filling for putu piring. Over the years, this simple and inexpensive snack has evolved to keep up with the times. If you know where to look, you can actually get putu piring made...

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1 week and 4 days ago.

 

Torafugu (Tiger Puffer Fish) Course Meal @ Guenpin Fugu, Osaka

Among the 22 species of fugu (puffer fish) that you can eat in Japan, the torafugu or tiger blowfish is recognized as the highest grade and most poisonous. Because of that, chefs have to go through years of training before being lawfully allowed to prepare fugu for consumption. Although fugu...

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2 weeks and a day ago.

 

Nasi Lemak Volcano @ Tiger Tiger, Sunway

New restaurants are popping up around KL at a dizzying pace. For those who enjoy eating out, there is always a new place to check out and new food to try. Tiger Tiger is one of the latest restaurants to open in Sunway and their menu got my attention. Tiger Tiger serves affordable Malaysian cuisine []...

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2 weeks and 3 days ago.

 

Nasi Cikgu Sue (Original Nasi Kak Wok) @ Ampang

Last year, Warung Cikgus Nasi Mmanggey opened up a new world of taste for me. I got hooked and it prompted me to look for alternatives that would not require me to travel to Puchong or USJ. Then I stumbled upon Nasi Cikgu Sue in Ampang. Just to be clear, Nasi Cikgu Sue serves Nasi [] The post...

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2 weeks and 5 days ago.

 

Tony Thai Pancake @ Fifty Five 55 Studio, Kepong

It has been a while since I posted about food in Kepong. So, heres one. If you have been to Thailand you would have probably seen or tasted Thai pancake simply known as Roti by the locals. Its like a thinner and crispier version of roti canai but eaten with sweet and savory toppings, fillings...

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3 weeks ago.

 

Tony Thai Pancake @ Fifty Five 55 Studio, Kepong

It has been a while since I posted about food in Kepong. So, heres one. If you have been to Thailand you would have probably seen or tasted Thai pancake simply known as Roti by the locals. Its like a thinner and crispier version of roti canai but eaten with sweet and savory toppings, fillings...

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3 weeks ago.

 

Tony Thai Pancake @ Fifty Five 55 Studio, Kepong

It has been a while since I posted about food in Kepong. So, heres one. If you have been to Thailand you would have probably seen or tasted Thai pancake simply known as Roti by the locals. Its like a thinner and crispier version of roti canai but eaten with sweet and savory toppings, fillings...

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3 weeks ago.

 

Kurumi Mochi (Walnut Paste Mochi) @ Kan Bukuro, Sakai

For a small city in Japan, Sakai is full of good and inexpensive food. After our satisfying lunch at Ginshariya Gekotei, we took a leisurely walk to Kan Bukuro for dessert, specifically walnut mochi or also known as Kurumi Mochi. While Kurumi Mochi is quite common in Japan, the way Kan Bukuro serves it is...

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3 weeks and 2 days ago.

 

Kurumi Mochi (Walnut Paste Mochi) @ Kan Bukuro, Sakai

For a small city in Japan, Sakai is full of good and inexpensive food. After our satisfying lunch at Ginshariya Gekotei, we took a leisurely walk to Kan Bukuro for dessert, specifically walnut mochi or also known as Kurumi Mochi. While Kurumi Mochi is quite common in Japan, the way Kan Bukuro serves it is...

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3 weeks and 2 days ago.

 

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