If you like creative Japanese cuisine, alcoholic desserts, and inventive cocktails, Rolling Daruma x Olfactory Bulb hits all the right spots, served in a cozy setting ideal for intimate get-togethers. The Hubs and I stumbled on this place purely by chance: we were hunting for dinner around Kota Damansara and saw their menu on the… Read More Rolling Daruma x Olfactory Bulb, Kota Damansara
We went to IKEA Damansara last month to buy a new desk— and hopefully have The Hubs try their famous meatballs — but the food court was so packed we just got the furniture and had lunch somewhere else. Which was a shame, as I was looking forward to enjoying the food again (the last… Read More Food at IKEA Malaysia – What Do You Usually Get?
You’ve probably heard of pan mee (or ban mian, literally ‘board noodles’), the popular Chinese noodle dish served in soup, with various condiments such as minced pork and anchovies. But did you know that chilli pan mee is a wholly Malaysian invention? Chilli pan mee traces its roots to Chow Kit, Kuala Lumpur in 1985—the… Read More Super Kitchen Chilli Pan Mee, Damen Mall USJ
Uncle Don’s is a popular resto-bar chain with close to 30 outlets in Peninsula Malaysia. The brand is known for its relatively affordable Western and Asian fusion cuisine, served alongside draught beers and other alcoholic beverages. It also has a catchy tagline, ie “Dine like a Don Everyday!” There aren’t too many affordable bistro-style eateries… Read More Uncle Don’s @ IOI Boulevard, Puchong Jaya
Tiffin made its debut back in 2016 as a culinary pop-up called Tiffin Food Court, which ran for a month or two each time at various spots around town. It quickly made a name for itself as ‘the’ hottest makan spot – thanks to its unique “Malaysian food court with a twist” concept, featuring fusion… Read More KL’s Hottest Culinary Playground: Tiffin At The Yard @ Sentul Depot, Kuala Lumpur
Hey, guys! So I’m all better from COVID (yay)! There’s still a bit of a cough and phlegm + brain fog, but everything seems fine otherwise. Hopefully there won’t be any long-term side effects manifesting down the road. More importantly, my appetite’s back–and after a week of steamed/bland/tasteless food while in recovery, I’m ready for… Read More Casual Korean Cuisine @ DubuYo Mini, Pavilion Bukit Jalil
Kürtőskalács, or chimney cake, is a traditional Hungarian dessert – so called because the bread-like pastry is wrapped around a spit in a truncated cone, then roasted over a charcoal fire, with the end product resembling a hot chimney. The cakes have a rich history dating back to medieval times, and was once favoured by… Read More Hungarian Chimney Cakes @ Rollney, Setia City Mall, Shah Alam
It’s been awhile since I last had fish and chips from Cor Blimey — the last time was pre-pandemic, so it has been well over two years! This is my favourite place for fish and chips as it’s the closest taste-wise to the ones in the UK. Since the Hubs is now here in Malaysia… Read More Authentic Fish and Chips @ Cor Blimey, SS15 Subang