Yulek Wan Tan Mee is one of the most popular wantan mee restaurant in Cheras. Before they shifted here, they used to operate a stall at Meng Shiang coffee shop further down the road. Looking at the number of customers they have, I think the coffee shop is on the losing end of the change.
If you were tasked to convince a meat lover to change his perception about vegetarian food, just bring him to Kechara Oasis - where vegetarianism is encouraged through New Age Vegetarian Cuisine, where tasty vegetarian dishes are prepared to appear appealing and delectable.
Poppo Kanteen is a cheerful restaurant that serves local delicacies with a few Asian-Fusion dishes thrown into the mix. The backstory was that Poppo used to be a canteen operator at a school in Batu Pahat, so her mission is to provide new food choices for the students and teachers. Because of that, there is a back-to-school vibe featuring traditional metal dishes and a menu that takes the shape of a 'buku latihan'.
Salasabaii is a newly opened Thai food stall in Taman Taynton View's 118 KK Food Court. The main chefs themselves are Thai and Mookata, Jim Jum, BBQ and salt baked tilapia are only some of their signature items. Their BBQ Salt Baked Fish is seriously good and you should drop by just for this ridiculously delicious dish alone.
Crab Generation seafood restaurant at Taman Len Sen, Cheras specializes in crab dishes and you could get French Brown Crab and Chilean Spanner Crab here.
For a restaurant that’s barely 6 months old, Imai-ya has been making waves with its classic Japanese cuisine in a casual dining environment. Based on what we had, I think the chef is good at what he does and the food’s great, albeit at slightly upmarket price. The first thing we saw when we entered […]