Cuisine and culture collide in Penang’s new walking tour for street food.
Bulletproof coffee still gunning for public acceptance in Malaysia.
Food and Malaysian culture are inextricably intertwined, and what better way to know Malaysia than through food?
Restaurateurs from the Klang Valley are increasingly venturing into Penang due to signs of untapped potential.
PappaRich has been a big hit with Malaysians from the beginning. Now it is making its mark Down Under.
East Malaysian fast food chain SugarBun is fast expanding from its Australian base of Melbourne, and delighting people from all walks of life along the way.
One of the harsh realities of urban life is that you don’t get to eat home-cooked food much. Urban Stove, a hot new online F&B start up, aims to change that by making home cooking fast, easy and fun.
Dah Makan is among the legions of food delivery services to have sprung up in the last couple of years, offering healthy and exotic cuisines. They are a far cry from the tiffin deliveries that used to be the hallmark of catered food.
We asked the founders of some of the Klang Valley’s most noteworthy cafes to share their insights with us.
The 16th Malaysian International Food & Beverage Trade Fair will showcase over 300 exhibitors from 45 countries.
Young Malaysians are bringing a new dimension to street food. Low-rent premises like food trucks, food courts, roadside stalls and coffeeshops are no longer strangers to the fancy food that was once the domain of restaurants.
Wholesome food is fast gaining momentum in Kuala Lumpur.
Former cartoonist offers Malaysian food and groceries Down Under, promoting Malaysia to Australia.
‘Food For Good.’ The philosophy that fuels F&B entrepreneur Ronald Khoo’s recently launched Mango Chili restaurant reflects an encouraging trend that’s rising this year among Malaysian eateries: A hunger to give back to society through inventive new ideas.
Why do we snack? What are the favourite snack foods for consumers around the globe? Nielsen’s Global Survey of Snacking uncovers some pretty interesting global snacking trends.
Many young professionals are irresistibly drawn to the rising number of trendy eateries popping up across the Klang Valley. The strain, how to balance the need to socialise at restaurants with other financial responsibilities, especially if they need to save to purchase their first homes and cars or even plan for marriage.
From those who’d done it Thinking of starting your own cosy café? Done right, it can be a very fulfilling experience. Compiled by Sean Yoong New cafés have opened at a dizzying pace throughout the Klang Valley in recent months, but not all of them thrive. Thinking of starting your own cosy café? Seven owners […]
For die-hard fans of seafood, the best way to secure the freshest fish, crabs and prawns might be to trudge through a wet market and haggle with the hawkers early in the morning. But what if seafood could be delivered directly from the fisheries to your doorsteps?
‘Anyone can save lives.’ That’s the intriguing tagline for KindMeal.my, touted as Malaysia’s first social portal that tries to tempt customers with deals and discounts for meat-free meals at restaurants.
Here are some tips to master the business lunch.