March is upon us and with that the end of Q1 closes in. You may lament at the speed of which 2016 is unraveling, but rest assured that March will end on a good note with the upcoming installment of Great Eastern Mall’s Maple Food Market!
Fancy a BBQ and grill on the rooftop under the stars? Then Bangoya should be on your list. Located right above Kissaten at Jaya One's Palm Square building, Bangoya is a relaxed Yakitori and Yakiniku Izakaya that also features a range of sake, shochu, cocktails and beer. It's a cool place to unwind and have a drink accompanied with a variety of small dishes after a long day.
Most of the seafood restaurants in KL usually import large mangrove crabs from Indonesia, but Kau Kiah (owner of Pak Thong) prefers to use local ones all the way from Sabah.
Since the crab is monstrous, it's not surprising that they cost RM140/kg. When you have a crab so fresh, steaming it is a no-brainer and possibly the best way to cook it too.
Honey Crème, a premium soft-serve ice cream brand from Taiwan opened their first outlet in Desa Sri Hartamas next to Mei about 3 months ago.
This Korean-inspired soft serve became insanely popular after making it appeared on various Taiwanese variety shows. Cute and photogenic, no wonder it's a hit especially among the ladies.
What started as a small hut eatery has now grown into a large franchise operation and Rumah Makan Cibiuk can now be found in bigger cities like Jakarta and Bandung. Now, they are also present in Kajang (HQ), Shah Alam, Wangsa Maju and Melaka.
For years, San Peng Prawn Mee held the reputation as one of the best prawn mee in KL. Although I wasn't particularly keen on trying it after reading about it on other blogs, I still came for it - partly because I happen to be nearby one morning and suddenly remembered about this place.