For an Izakaya, Tsubohachi is alright in my book. One thing I feel they did right is maintaining the food prices affordable enough for frequent visits. They recently introduced a brand new, limited time only menu called Crab of Tsubohachi which features imported Snow Crab prepared in various Japanese styles.
Shaw Parade looks like an abandoned mall from inside out, but you'd be surprised by the amount of diners at Hee Lai Ton (Pudu) restaurant. Almost everyone is here for their dim sum.
7th Mile Kitchen could very bell the most Sarawakian eatery in the entire Klang Valley. They serve quite a number of Sarawakian hawker food such as Kolo Mee, Sarawak Laksa and even Tomato Koay Teow. It's a popular place to eat so getting a table here is tricky especially in the weekends.
Compared to PJ and the rest of KL, restaurants specializing in Hokkien Mee are few and far between in Kepong – especially the good ones. After going around town trying Hokkien Mee at different places, we finally found one that’s worthy of a mention which is San Ching San. The restaurant is located behind AEON […]
This obscene looking curry mee overloaded with toppings needs no further introduction. It went viral online a few months ago and it's probably the most famous in town. Their curry mee is doing so well that it's sold out even before the stall is ready for business.
James Bond is in PJ and he's undercovering as a Char Koay Teow seller! You can find him at WDS coffee shop next to Kayu Nasi Kandar in Chow Yang SS2, which was previously known as Ho Ho Sek. After the new owner took over, the coffee shop underwent a minor renovation and there's an air-conditioned eating section now.