Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur - Burmese Mohinga Noodles at Little Myanmar

by klyeoh 5 years ago

Lebuh Pudu in KL's old downtown (between Jalan Tun Tan Siew Sin & Jalan Tun H S Lee is the city's Little Myanmar dist...

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Andika commented 4 months ago

[Seremban, Malaysia] Hawker Eats at the Seremban Main Market

by klyeoh 3 years ago

Seremban is the often overlooked city which lies mid-way between Kuala Lumpur and historic Malacca. It's a mere 1 hou...

klyeoh commented 4 months ago

[Kuala Lumpur] Chow Hunt in Chow Kit

by klyeoh 1 year ago

Chow Kit is KL's roughest & grimiest neighbourhood, populated by some of KL's most violent characters. The place is f...

klyeoh commented 1 year ago

Best Malaysian food places

by bloodboy 1 year ago

I'm in Chow Kit at the moment but will head somewhere else tonight maybe. I would like to find the best restaurant...

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bloodboy commented 1 year ago

[Malaysia] Itinerary help needed by NYC Chowhound

by Peter Cuce 2 years ago

Hi folks I'm coming to Malaysia for 2 weeks in early March - it's coming up fast. I'm meeting a friend there who r...

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felipeochoa commented 1 year ago

[Penang] Ayer Itam Asam Laksa

by klyeoh 1 year ago

68 years old and counting - this Air Itam dining icon still pulls in the crowd every day. Currently run by Ang Kar Se...

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Steve commented 1 year ago

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[Penang] "Ban Chang Kueh" or Chinese Peanut Pancake

by klyeoh 1 year ago

"Ban Chien Kueh"/慢煎粿 (known as "Meen Chien Kueh"/面煎粿 in Singapore and "Dai Gao Meen"/大块面 in Ipoh & Kuala Lumpur) is a...

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[Penang] Best Nasi Padang at Nasi Padang Minang, Transfer Road

by klyeoh 1 year ago

This amazing Nasi Padang spot was started by the late Padang-born Madam Ardaini Sabar in 1987. Indonesia's loss was P...

Kuala Lumpur - Fabulous Nepali Cuisine at Khukri Restaurant

by klyeoh 5 years ago

Named after the lethal curved blade used by Nepali Gurkhas both as a tool & a weapon, Khukri Restaurant in Kuala Lump...

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subhadra commented 1 year ago

Penang - "2 Sisters" Char Koay Teow, MacAlister Road

by klyeoh 5 years ago

The 2 Sisters Char Koay Teow in Lam Heng Cafe, 183 MacAlister Road, had been known as one of the best purveyors of Pe...

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hochew commented 1 year ago

[Malacca, Malaysia] Aunty Lee's - the best Nyonya restaurant in town?

by klyeoh 3 years ago

It's been 6 years since Singapore's top food-blogger, Chubby Hubby, wrote about Aunty Lee's, a little eatery on the e...

klyeoh commented 1 year ago

Penang, Malaysia Report from SF Chowhounder

by goldangl95 2 years ago

We spent a few days around Georgetown, some notes: If you want to eat at Kabaya book ahead of time, they were a bi...

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goldangl95 commented 2 years ago

Kuala Lumpur - restaurant and wine. Help!

by Asomaniac 2 years ago

I have been in KL for a few days with work and tomorrow night can finally explore the food scene a bit (leaving on Sa...

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Asomaniac commented 2 years ago

Kuala Lumpur - A Taste of Malaysian Chilli Crabs!

by klyeoh 5 years ago

Aaah, Chilli Crabs - the quintessential must-order dish for many a foreign gourmet/gourmand/glutton visiting Singapor...

klyeoh commented 2 years ago

[Malacca, Malaysia] Best "Cendol" at Aunty Koh's, Bukit Rambai

by klyeoh 2 years ago

For a taste of the milkiest, richest "cendol" in Malacca, make a beeline for Aunty Koh's, a small zinc-roofed, ramsha...

klyeoh commented 2 years ago

Malaccan-Portuguese cuisine at Simply Mel's, Kuala Lumpur

by klyeoh 3 years ago

Simply Mel's is one of the rare few Malaccan-Portuguese eateries in Kuala Lumpur, and perhaps the best one in town....

klyeoh commented 2 years ago

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[Ipoh, Malaysia] Traditional home-cooked Cantonese flavours at Wong Koh Kee

by klyeoh 2 years ago

Wong Koh Kee on Yee Lai Hong (Concubine Lane) has been operating for over 70 years. It's currently run by the 4th-gen...

Malacca, Malaysia - Teochew dinner at the 80-year-old Teo Soon Loong Chan

by klyeoh 3 years ago

For over 80 years, Teochew food connoisseurs (including Singapore's ex-President Ong Teng Cheong and ex-Prime Ministe...

klyeoh commented 2 years ago

[Titi, Malaysia] Hakka Cakes from Soong Seng

by klyeoh 2 years ago

Titi is a tiny Hakka-Chinese village about 100km's drive from Kuala Lumpur, through the hills of Hulu Langat. It's cl...

klyeoh commented 2 years ago

Kuala Lumpur - Superb KL-style Fried Hokkien Noodles @ Kim Lian Kee (金莲记)

by klyeoh 5 years ago

I’d blogged about Kim Lian Kee before as part of my writing about KL’s old Chinatown eats, but I reckon a 80+ year ol...

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swannee commented 2 years ago