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Authentic Nyonya Cendol @ Mdm Kiow Cendol, Melaka

Its an open secret that Aunty Koh makes the best Nyonya cendol in Melaka, and probably in Malaysia too. If you managed to try her cendol before then count yourself lucky, because word is that her stall has remained closed for the last couple of weeks. Thats always a sign that she might be...

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1 day and 15 hours ago.

 

Avocado Shake @ Malacca Avocado Choc

With the opening of Malacca Avocado Choc since early this year, Melaka now has three prominent places to visit for quenching your thirst. If you are wondering what the other two are, they are Klebang Coconut Shake and Mango Float Royale. The popularity of Malacca Avocado Choc is apparent, as queue as long...

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2 days and 21 hours ago.

 

RM3 Cheesy Fried Chicken Burger @ Stylish Burger, PJ

With everything considered, Stylish Burger could be the cheapest burger stall in Klang Valley. Their burgers are priced at a flat RM3 and you can choose between Zenger (cheesy fried chicken burger) and Rambly double beef burger. If the name Zenger sounds familiar, obviously thats because its a...

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1 week and 2 days ago.

 

Nasi Lemak Kukus SS2 (Seapark)

Nasi Lemak Kukus SS2 (Seapark) is an extremely popular nasi lemak stall in PJ. Unless you get here super early, a long queue is always to be expected. Luckily, the queue moves fairly quickly so you do not need to wait that long for your turn. Currently, the stall is manned by three brothers who []...

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1 week and 3 days ago.

 

Best Shabu Shabu Buffet in KL – Kurata Japanese Fine Dining

3 years ago I mentioned that Kurata Japanese Fine Dinings RM120 eat-all-you-can Wagyu shabu shabu was too good to be true. If you didnt jump on the chance to try it then, you would be kicking yourself because the price has more than doubled to RM250. Currently, most shabu shabu buffets in KL...

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1 week and 5 days ago.

 

Spicy Seafood Noodles @ Buldojang, Desa Sri Hartamas

Just to be clear, this is not meant to be a proper review for Buldoljang because we only tried two noodles. If you havent heard of Buldoljang, its basically a Korean-Chinese restaurant that is popular among Korean expatriates in KL. You wont find the typical stuff here like Korean fried...

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2 weeks ago.

 

D’Laksa – Popular Penang Asam Laksa from JB

With more than 20 branches scattered across shopping malls in Malaysia and Singapore, DLaksa is one of the most popular food chains that specializes in Asam Laksa. Its a no-frills and self-serving kiosk-style establishment that makes a good choice for an affordable meal while shopping. Also,...

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2 weeks and 2 days ago.

 

TatoTato – First Mashed Potato Shop in Malaysia

Usually served as a side dish, mashed potatoes are turned into the star attraction at TatoTato which claims to be the first mashed potato shop in Malayisa. Here, mashed potatoes are served in a bowl or as a sandwich filling with with a variety of toppings to choose from. TatoTatos mashed potatoes are...

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2 weeks and 4 days ago.

 

Lala Noodles @ Kedai Kopi Lai Foong, Petaling Street

In the weekdays, Lai Foong coffee shop is one of our favorite places for lunch. Essentially, three of the food stalls are more popular than the rest. Among all, the beef noodle is the most popular one and its still the best thing to eat here. The lala noodle comes at a close second while []...

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2 weeks and 5 days ago.

 

Fish Head Curry @ Malaysian Food Street, Resort World Genting

Resort World Genting is not short of places to eat. The main challenge however, is to look for one that is worth your money. Safe to say, a meal up in the hills here will set you back at least RM20/pax if you are dining at a proper sit down restaurant. Of course, you could [] The post Fish Head Curry...

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3 weeks ago.

 

Bawal Power Sempoi Cyberjaya (RM15 seafood set)

Bawal Power Sempoi is where you can enjoy a satisfying and filling lunch for RM15 or less in Cyberjaya. Better still, the meal consists of seafood! Not bad at all considering the location where food is not exactly affordable. It is not hard to look for Bawal Power Sempoi as the stall operates at TSI...

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3 weeks and 2 days ago.

 

Original Masak Lemak Cili Api (Gulai Itik Salai) @ Kajang

Masak Lomak Cili Api is a traditional Malay dish that is especially popular in Negeri Sembilan. It can be prepared with various ingredients such as beef, chicken, snail and catfish. A typical meal consists of a meat of your choice, accompanied by tempoyak petai dan pucuk ubi kayu (optional if...

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3 weeks and 4 days ago.

 

Inside Scoop Ice Cream Buffet (Ramadan 2018)

Feast on unique ice cream flavors such as onde-onde, sticky date, cendol, bandung, blueberry cheesecake and not forgetting favorites like durian and chocolate cookie dough all at Inside Scoops ice cream buffet this Ramadan! Besides ice cream and freshly baked waffles, they are also adding...

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5 months ago.

 

3D Musang King Fresh Durian Cream @ Moonlight Cake House

If you are looking for a special cake to celebrate birthday, upcoming Mothers Day or Fathers Day, you should consider Moonlight Cake Houses Fresh Cream Durian cake. This unique 3D cake is shaped like a real durian and its 100% handmade with a Musang King flavored sponge cake as...

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5 months and 3 weeks ago.

 

McDonald’s Nasi Lemak Burger (Malaysia)

Ever since McDonalds Singapore launched their Nasi Lemak Burger last year, many Malaysians have asked the question why not Malaysia first?. Well, better late than never, as McDonalds Malaysia is finally launching a local version of Nasi Lemak Burger on 26th April 2018.

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5 months and 3 weeks ago.

 

Kung Fu Panda Kitchen Steamboat Buffet @ Sunway Pyramid West

DreamWorkss first Kung Fu Panda Kitchen was opened at Sunway Pyramid West a couple of months ago. Like the name says, the large restaurant focuses on Po the main star of Kung Fu Panda franchise and his love for food. So its no wonder the restaurant offers eat-all-you-can steamboat...

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6 months ago.

 

Empire Nasi Lemak Kukus Berlauk @ SS15, Subang Jaya

Empire Nasi Lemak is a new nasi lemak kukus stall to try in SS15 Subang Jaya. Previously, the stall had been operating in various pasar malam in Klang Valley for more than 10 years. Their nasi lemak is steamed for 4 hours daily to keep it warm and fluffy. A handful of traditional dishes are [] The...

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6 months ago.

 

Roti Canai Special Teh Ding Dong @ Mansion Tea Stall, KL

Prepare yourself for the best teh tarik you will ever have in KL at Mansion Tea Stall. Previously known as Al Amnah, this legendary eatery at Masjid India is famed for two things: Teh Ding Dong and Roti Special. Teh Ding Dong is basically a name given to their delicious teh tarik...

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6 months and 2 weeks ago.

 

Black Daimon Street Teppanyaki @ TTDI

Black Daimon has been operating their teppanyaki stall for a little more than two months at TTDI. Since they opened, the street food scene in the neighborhood had become livelier. I am not sure why it took so long for a street-style teppanyaki to pop up, but I am glad it finally happened. Although Black...

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6 months and 2 weeks ago.

 

Durian Mei Mei (榴莲妹妹档) @ Klang

Durian season is upon us again. This time, the durians are cheaper than previous seasons and they are affordable again. If you are looking for a reliable durian stall in Klang, look out for 榴莲妹妹档 (Durian Mei Mei). This family owned durian stall offers a variety of durian clones including Musang...

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6 months and 3 weeks ago.

 

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