Among all the satay celup restaurants I have been to so far, McQuek's would be the cleanest and most comfortable. Converted from a bungalow, the seating arrangement is spacious and the indoor area is well ventilated. But what I really like about this place is the 'kampung atmosphere' it exudes, especially if you are eating at the courtyard.
Just when we thought we have tried all the steamboat restaurants in Bandar Menjalara, we actually missed out a big one - Taifeng Taiwanese Hotpot.
Taifeng offers a few unique soup bases that cannot be found at other local steamboat restaurants. One of them is their signature Sour Vege with Pork Soup @ RM26.50. Yep you read that right, soups are not provided free here.
Step aside salted egg custard, half-baked cheese tarts are officially the craze of the town currently. One unassuming bakery in Kajang called Happy Happy Bread Bakery has even stepped up the game by imbuing our beloved durian into their cheese tarts.
Recently, I saw someone sharing this Char Koay Teow basah topped with flower crabs in Facebook. It drew my attention so I went looking for it immediately. Char Kuey Teow Ketam Berasap ZLR is located in Batu Caves and although it sounds far, the journey took us only about 15 minutes from Kepong via MRR2.
Kepong is never short of great food but it certainly lacks good wantan noodle. After going around tasting countless wantan mee in town, I finally found one that's worth recommending: Fat Yoong.
Half baked (Hanjyuku) cheese tart is the latest fad in town, even the normal bakeries are offering it now to catch up with the trend.
Tokyo Secret in Ikano Power Centre started it all and their business flourished through word-of-mouth publicity. Even I was convinced to give it a try after many of my friends sang praises of it.