Yung Yi Kei Porridge @ Jinjang Selatan

Porridge restaurants like Yung Yi Kei is not a common sight. Most of the time when I feel like eating porridge I would go looking for it in a food court or coffee shop. Judging from the large crowd, Yung Yi Kei is a local favorite and it also appears to be the busiest restaurant in the area. In business since 1991, it was started off as a road side stall at Jinjang Utara before it moved into a shoplot at the current location.
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Funny Mountain Tau Fu Fah & Soya Bean Milk @ Jalan Theatre, Ipoh

Judging by the number of customers at Funny Mountain, it could very well be the most popular Tau Fu Fah shop in the entire country. I had been to Ipoh a couple of times...
Durian Cendol Batu Caves Mel's Corner

Durian Cendol @ Mel’s Corner, Batu Caves

We are approaching the bumper period (when the supply is high) for the current durian season, so you will see a gradual decline in the prices. Although Musang King's price has dropped from RM120/kg...

Capitol Satay Celup @ Bukit Cina, Melaka

When it comes to Melaka's Satay Celup, Capitol's popularity supersedes the rest. And with that reputation, you are sure to have a fair share of lovers and haters - some swear by it and...

Restoran Sai Woo @ Jalan Alor, KL

I have entertained a fair share of business associates at Jalan Alor and my choice of restaurant is usually between Wong Ah Wah or Sai Woo. If your intention is for your guests to have variety, then Sai Woo would be a better option because they offer hawker food on top of their a la carte offerings.

6 Underrated Places to Eat in Melaka

We had been visiting Melaka almost every week for the past 2 months. In those trips, we discovered dozens of new eating places that are not touristy, not viral-ed on social media but deserve...

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