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Laksa Kedah or laksa utara (northern laksa) is a dish of rice noodles in a fish-based asam-flavoured gravy, garnished with cucumber and onions, and fragranced with herbs like daun kesum (polygonum). The dominating sour asam (tamarind) notes and the sweetness of the fish differentiates this laksa from
Laksa is one of the most popular dishes in Malaysia. Besides Malaysian favourite dishes like Nasi Lemak and Char Kuey Teow, Laksa is a noodle dish that is irresistible after the first bite. The uniqueness of Laksa – the sour, spicy, slightly sweet taste – is what makes this fish-based
Situated in the walkway and between the rows of shop lots, the famous BBQ of Taman Desa is definitely noticeable and not hidden from sight. You can’t miss the crowd in the alley because it is full house almost every night for Japanese BBQ Taishu Yakiniki (大众烧肉). We heard of this
When someone mention hokkien mee in Klang Valley, people automatically think of the place in Uptown or those in the city centre. One will expect Kepong to have a few good ones especially since it is a Chinese-populated area. Fortunately for us, we found one of the best in Kepong
Lieong Kee Bae Good Teh (良记肉骨茶) is the one of the most popular and longest-serving bak kut teh restaurant in Kepong that we love and frequent. My family and I have been visiting this place on weekends for breakfast at least once a month since I was a teenager, probably
The most wonderful time of the year is here again. The Curve at Mutiara Damansara is decorated to the theme of Anastasia’s Mesmerising Christmas Gala.
I was having lunch at The Curve last week and was treated to a Christmas fit for royalty. It is a perfect place to pretend that
The Big Tree Head Mamak Stall (大樹頭 Mamak) was voted by many Malaysian food bloggers to have one of the best crispy fried chicken and nasi lemak in Kuala Lumpur. This mamak stall is well-known to all Kepong residents and being Kepong people ourselves, we have frequented this place many times,
If you are looking for the best loh mee in Kepong, look no further because the best is in Kepong Baru. Ulu Yam Mee House (吁噜音面家饭店) offers not your typical loh mee, but like in its name, it offers Ulu Yam loh mee (or simply Ulu Yam mee for some).
Langkawi’s night markets, locally known as pasar malam, is a lively affair that is held every day of the week, at different locations. Local vendors will set u makeshift stalls along the road and sells all kinds of local food and items from 5:00pm until 10:00pm.
These markets offer a wide-ranging
Located on the western coastal, Penang Cenang is the most developed area and the main tourism hub of Langkawi. Being the busiest beach town on the island, Pantai Cenang has a diverse mix of restaurants and cafes, massage and spas, duty-free outlets and knick-knacks shops along its picturesque beach strip.