Korean Cheese Corn Dogs @ Kaiju Crunch, Lotus Extra Bukit Puchong

The Korean Wave, which started in the 2000s, has only grown stronger over the last two decades – thanks to cultural exports such as BTS and dramas like Crash Landing on You and more recently, Squid Game. Korean food has also become increasingly popular, with Korean fried chicken joints and BBQ restaurants opening up every… Read More Korean Cheese Corn Dogs @ Kaiju Crunch, Lotus Extra Bukit Puchong

Stinky Tofu, Durian & Insects: Would You Try These ‘Exotic’ Foods?

Hey, guys! Been meaning to blog more, but like the stereotypical millennial, I’ve been making poor life choices lately (like staying up until 3am every day. To play Witcher 3.) But I digress.  This post was inspired by a recent hotpot dinner, where I ordered century eggs. Whenever I have them, I’m reminded of a… Read More Stinky Tofu, Durian & Insects: Would You Try These ‘Exotic’ Foods?

Taiwanese Fried Chicken and Street Snacks @ Monga, Damansara Uptown

Before the boba tea craze, there was the Taiwanese fried chicken craze. I remember a time when Taiwanese fried chicken shops were popping up everywhere around Malaysia – Hot Star, Shihlin, Fried Chicken Master, J & G… but like many ‘trendy’ foods, of these, only a handful remain. Among them is Monga, a late entrant… Read More Taiwanese Fried Chicken and Street Snacks @ Monga, Damansara Uptown

DNS Kacang Puteh, Buntong Ipoh – Delightful Malaysian Indian Snacks

Before popcorn made its way to the masses in Malaysia, our parents and grandparents would have gone to the movie theater with a small white paper cone in hand. Inside, you’ll find an assortment of fried chickpeas, nuts, crisps and crunchy flour snacks flavoured with curry powder or other spices. This, ladies and gents, was kacang… Read More DNS Kacang Puteh, Buntong Ipoh – Delightful Malaysian Indian Snacks