Category Archives: Indian

Crazy for Crab in KL

Situated only a short drive from the coast, KL has access to an abundance of seafood and crab is a particular favourite. There are numerous restaurants dedicated to this tasty crustacean and diners flock in their hundreds to crack open

Crazy for Crab in KL

Situated only a short drive from the coast, KL has access to an abundance of seafood and crab is a particular favourite. There are numerous restaurants dedicated to this tasty crustacean and diners flock in their hundreds to crack open

4 Banana Leaf Restaurants that you should know in KL

Banana leaf dining is a tradition brought to Malaysia by the Southern Indians, and one now deeply rooted in Malaysian like. Much akin to The British Sunday Roast, it seems Malaysian’s venture out for a spot of laid-back, elbow deep

4 Banana Leaf Restaurants that you should know in KL

Banana leaf dining is a tradition brought to Malaysia by the Southern Indians, and one now deeply rooted in Malaysian like. Much akin to The British Sunday Roast, it seems Malaysian’s venture out for a spot of laid-back, elbow deep

Restaurant Review: Fierce Curry House, Kuala Lumpur

Fierce Curry House is by no means grand, but they certainly live up to their name when it comes to serving the fiercest briyani in town. This mamak-style restaurant has a limited menu of briyani, banana leaf rice, roti canai

Restaurant Review: Fierce Curry House, Kuala Lumpur

Fierce Curry House is by no means grand, but they certainly live up to their name when it comes to serving the fiercest briyani in town. This mamak-style restaurant has a limited menu of briyani, banana leaf rice, roti canai

The Cuisines of Malaysia

Malaysia’s fascinating culinary heritage reflect its multiculturalism. The country is a melting pot of cuisines from across the east. Walk down any hawker stall street in Kuala Lumpur or Penang, Malacca or Johor and see a Chinese woman tossing noodles

The Cuisines of Malaysia

Malaysia’s fascinating culinary heritage reflect its multiculturalism. The country is a melting pot of cuisines from across the east. Walk down any hawker stall street in Kuala Lumpur or Penang, Malacca or Johor and see a Chinese woman tossing noodles