Ngiu Chap Wong Beef Noodle Sri Hartamas

Ngiu Chap Wong @ Plaza Damas, Sri Hartamas

Ngiu Chap Wong had a humble beginning as a hawker stall in Damansara Perdana. They are well known for their Kota Kinabalu style beef noodles and mixed beef, fondly known as 'Ngiu Chap' by the locals. So that's how their name came about.
Pudu Fried Radish Cake Wai Sek Kai

Fried Radish Cake (Char Koay Kak) @ Pudu Wai Sek Kai

If you're a first timer to Pudu's wai sek kai and not sure what to eat, you should head directly to the fried radish cake (char koay kak) stall at the first junction of the street. A pair of brothers run the stall and they take turn to man the wok.
Ee Ji Ban Melaka Chicken Rice Ball

Ee Ji Ban Chicken Rice Ball Restaurant @ Melaka

During our last trip to Melaka, we stumbled into a new place for chicken rice. The restaurant is called 'Ee Ji Ban' and they appear to be Muslim friendly too as various Malay celebrities have eaten here before. And since it's located in Melaka, you can expect to find chicken rice balls in the menu too.
Coco Steamboat Old Klang Road

Coco Steamboat Restaurant @ Old Klang Road

If there's one steamboat chain restaurant in KL you should know, that has to be Coco which started out in Cheras. Not only their branch at Old Klang Road is the largest steamboat restaurant I have been to, Coco is also attributed with being the first in the country to have created the Pork Bone broth.

Dim Sum City @ Insa Dunia Food Court, Bukit Mertajam

The famous Wong Chow dim sum restaurant in Bukit Mertajam is getting worse with sub par food being served and choices are very limited too. I have since blacklisted the restaurant, which is a...
Mammam food delivery

Mammam Deliveries – Pioneer App Based Food Delivery in Klang Valley

The next time you feel like ordering fast food delivery due to traffic, weather or busy schedule, hold off that thought first and check out Mammam Deliveries. They are probably the only fully local...

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