Batu Caves 5
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.
Besides Daily Burger, Wira seafood restaurant is another worthy place to dine in Taman Sri Gombak. In business since 1980, Wira is known in town for serving fresh seafood at affordable prices. Ikan bakar, nasi lemak and kerabu are some of their signature dishes. More importantly, the prices are as low as they can be expected to be.
Sometimes all you want is to chow down a burger that won't cost around 20 bucks. You don't need the burger to be made with 100% Australian grain fed beef, organic lettuce, homemade secret sauces and served sandwiched in a charcoal bun.
In Gombak, there exists a burger stall that outsells McDonald's just across the street and it's called Daily Burger.
Although it’s not uncommon for the Malays to cook Chinese-style dishes, it’s quite a challenge to find one that does it well and proper. What’s more important, the halal dishes should taste similar to its non-halal counterpart without altering too many components. Seri Banjar Ikan Bakar located at the Medan Selera MPS is one of […]
A sudden crave for Sang Har noodles led me to Pan Heong restaurant at Batu Caves, which I have been eyeing to try for quite some time now. Pan Heong is not only well known for their cheaper-than-average Sang Har noodles, they also operate as a bakery of sorts selling various tarts and pastries. Lunch […]