Kepong Lim Kee Bak Kut Teh @ Taman Kepong

There are a few Bak Kut Teh restaurants along Jalan Development in Taman Kepong with Lieong Kee being the most famous one. Lim Kee, which only opens at night could be seen as the second most popular. It’s a no frills Bak Kut Teh restaurant with only a handful of simple dishes to order, but done right.


Harley’s Burgers @ Taman Tun Dr Ismail, KL

One would usually associate burgers with unhealthy fast food in Malaysia but Harley’s at TTDI might be out to change this perception. Inspired by the American In-N-Out, Harley’s emphasizes on freshness of their burgers by doing away with preservatives. Their 100% Australian beef patties are never frozen nor precooked and all orders are cooked at the time of order to …


Shaheen Palace Moghul Cuisine @ Kampung Baru

Shaheen Palace serves Northern Indian and Pakistani cuisine with a Malaysian touch. Stepping into the restaurant feels like a time warp – very old school and the walls are covered with pictures from their rustic menu. Due to lack of manpower (main challenge in any F&B business) it was closed temporarily for a few months during mid of last year. …


Ramen Kanbe @ Empire Damansara, Petaling Jaya

Not all ramen are created equal. So before you decide to eat at Ramen Kanbe, do know that their soup is soy based and prepared with chicken bones and vegetables for a light and clean taste. If you are expecting thick and deep flavoured ramen like those served at Ippudo or Menya Kamikaze, I think you’d be in for a …