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As Deepavali is approaching, many would want to start to prepare cookies for visitors. I know of a few Hindu friends who are 100% fully vegetarian- and they do not take eggs. Most of the homemade cookies sold today contained eggs. Knowing the predicament of some friends, I contacted Kasturi Caters as I know they [...]

This stall came under recommendation from someone who is a real foodie expert. It is located in the food court in Section 14, Petaling Jaya, Selangor (next to Digital Mall, Petaling Jaya). The stall sells asam laksa, laksa Siam (Thai laksa) and curry mee. But it is most famous for its Siam Laksa. Below is [...]

In end July 2017, McDonalds have launched their new Korean menu but it is for a limited duration only. From reviews of those who have taste the new meal, it is a bit on the spicy side. The set menu consists of Spicy Korean Burger, Criss Cut Chips and Frozen Fanta. But what amazes me [...]

My friend introduced me to Texas Chicken which he says he prefers compared to KFC. He also favors Texas Chicken because of the bottomless beverage that you are allowed the fill if you dine in: Below are the pictures of their menu as of July 2017: Please click on the individual pictures to enlarge: - [...]

Over these recent years, mixed rice restaurants have mushroomed all over Klang Valley and possibly other states. These shops sell only mixed rice but the choices of dishes are amazing. For tourists visiting Malaysia, please do not forget to visit such stalls for an affordable meal of Chinese food. Above- just a simple set up [...]

Nowadays, shopping malls have little kiosks selling various kuih muih or delicacies like Nyonya kuih, kuih koci, karipap (curry puffs), lobak kuih (made from carrot), ang kueh and so many more. Usually, I would suggest that if you buy directly from the market (either the day or the night market)- as it is so much [...]

One of the things that we Malaysians find it hard to resist is the curry rice with fried chicken and papadam. Sometimes, the rice would be the oily rice such as nasi kandar or nasi briyani.  But usually, I would opt for the plain white rice. Some people are hopelessly addicted to this curry rice- [...]

Dry pan mee can be found in most Chinese restaurants and sometimes in foodcourt. Seasoned with light soya sauce, sesame oil and a host of other flavours, topped with fried wonton and shrimps together with a bowl of fishball soup, it makes a light and delicious lunch. Usually chili paste or sambal is used for [...]