Restoran Tupai-tupai

Nice ambience, very comforting with all the nature sounds effect. You tend to forget that you are right in the middle of KL. The food is worth every penny during lunch hour. Superb selection of nasi campur. Try daging bakar cicah air asam dia…besht. Worth ordering in the a la carte is kangkung belacan and…

Rebung – Malay Cuisine

If you want to taste the best Malay Kampung traditional food, just go straightaway to Rebung located in Bangsar. Yes! a hidden GEM! Good ambiance too and if you got lucky, you can meet Chef Ismail. He’s a charming guy and even had a lil chat with me and my family, yep girl night-out hehe……

Nasi Padang Ibu – K.K

This restaurant is located at Jesselton Point at the Kota Kinabalu Ferry Terminal, in the town centre. Serving gastronomical delights since 2007, this establishment is the collective effort of a group of young professionals. They have since opened a second restaurant, on the first floor of Karamunsing Shopping Complex, Kota Kinabalu Ambiance: 7/10 Price: 7/10…

Nasi Lemak Tanglin – 1948

Traditionally, the rice is steamed in a wooden bucket. Nowadays, it’s impossible to steam that way since they cook a whopping 85 kilogrammes of rice every day. Their compromise is a custom-made stainless steel steamer. Even their sambal takes a few hours to cook over a low fire, and you will notice it is darker…

Nasi Lemak Antarabangsa

One of the famous nasi lemak in KL is the Nasi Lemak Antarabangsa where they have branches in many places. How cool.. as this is the first time i notice that Nasi Lemak can also be opened to many outlets. Incredible!! Neverless, the service was good as well. So, dear ordered a set of Nasi…

Nasuha Herbal Restaurant

We checked out this Nasuha Herbal Restaurant. This place is well known for their natural herbs and spices. When I was there, I noticed that the decor of the restaurant assimilates an indoor plantation. I ordered a plate of Nasi Briyani, the sauce was rich and tasty and filled with natural herbs and spices. The chicken was well…

Emak Engku

“Ikan Bakar” The direct translation of this dish means “burned fish. You shouldn’t let that turn you off, this is one tasty grilled bit of seafood and fter being marinated in the all-important sambal, the fish is placed on a banana leaf and grilled over a flame. Great for sharing. Ambiance: 5/10 Price: 6/10 Food:…

Adzie Seafood Restaurant – K.K

Adzie Cafe and Bakery in Alamesra serves a wide selection of seafood dishes and a unique dining experience known as ‘Mangan Mangan Daun Pisang’ – which means dining on banana leaves. Ranged from rm78 for 2-3 person to rm358 for a family feast. The seafoods are fresh varying from prawns, fish, squids, to crabs. It…

A. Hassan – Ayam Kampung

Only healthy ayam kampung (free range chicken) are used. This is a Kelantanese restaurant so you can expect authentic and delicious regional cuisine here. Concept is mixed rice as well as side dishes. For a fabulous refined texture, try their “Ayam Kampung Goreng” deep fried village breed chicken. It has a harder texture than the normal…