Melur & Thyme Afternoon Tea Set

Melur & Thyme’s prices are reasonable; the menu’s costliest choice is the foie gras burger (RM39 before taxes), featuring a house-minced beef patty marinated with herbs & spices, grilled to respectable tenderness & topped with a little liver, not much. Sufficient foie, for what it costs. Satiate your cravings with Melur & Thyme’s Afternoon Tea Set…

Mei Sin Fried Nian Gao 強記炸年糕

Mei Sin Eating Shop 美新茶餐室 in Imbi KL has been in the city for decades , housing some of the local Chinese street food ideal from breakfast through lunch. Char Koay Teow, Pork noodles (Zhu Yoke Fan), Wantan Mee, Chicken Rice, Rice Noodle with Sliced Chicken ( Kai Si Hor Fun) , Curry Mee, Noodles with…

May King Lam Mee

It’s difficult to wrangle the ‘best lam mee’ title from May King, a ’70s institution along Pudu’s Jalan Yew. Though it’s renovated to look more contemporary, the restaurant still whips up a wicked version of the noodles: yellow mee drenched in gloopy brown sauce, topped with fresh prawns, shredded chicken, bean sprouts and Chinese cabbage….

Manmaru Homemade Udon

Had to say the best Udon in KL so far for me is this Manmaru  Udon. For me, their Udon was served at the right bite texture that i am carving for.  Its like al dente for Udon noodles  and with the affordable price range and trully great flavour. Its definately worth going again and…

Magnificent Fish – Changkat

Due to the numerous rave reviews about this place, I went to try it. I ordered the most expensive fish (RM46, I think). I was way way disappointed. The batter was not light and crispy but thick, rubbery and not crispy at all. It didn’t even matter after this whether the fish inside was fresh…

Madam Kuan’s

Madam Kwan’s offers many Malaysian-style street food in a restaurant setting, with prices about 3-4 times what you would pay at a hawker stall. You may think twice about the price, but other customers reflect otherwise – the restaurant is always packed. Other than the nasi lemak, other popular dishes are the Nasi Bojari –…

Macro Polo

Dim Sum in Kuala Lumpur, isn’t limited to just serving breakfast to hungry people. In fact, thanks to Hong Kong’s exposure of dim sum throughout the world, our dim sum has been getting better by the year. Regardless whether it is traditionally made or fusion with some other cuisine – dim sum will always have…

Lunar Bar – KL

Dine al-fresco style by the pool (yes, there is a pool!) at Luna Poolside bar on the lower deck, or step up to Luna Mezzanine on the top floor for an even better view of the city’s skyline. Non-smokers can also choose to dine at the new smoke-free indoor lounge, Cristallo Di Luna, for a…

Low Mun Chai Medical Co. 流民仔参茸中医药业公司

After soupy meal, here we come to soupy herbal tea or having a nourishing dessert after lunch. I came across a Chinese health magazine article about a year ago, that interviewed the owner and the manager of this particular medical shop. They serve several types of nourishing desserts/Tong Sui (糖水) each day, as well as…

Love 18 Setia Walk

If you ask me, I have always adored and enjoyed all kind of dairy products as well as dark chocolate, particularly imported from abroad as I often wondered how could they be so velvet and soft that it immediately the moment you hold it, it melts swiftly, not yet even having them popped into your mouth…