Bringing local Chinese food to the fore


From left: Khor, Phua and Soh making Malaysian Chinese food relatable to the younger set. — Photos: LOW LAY PHON/The Star

At first glance, Fifty Tales appears to be another modern cafe in the quiet suburb of Sea Park in Petaling Jaya, but when you delve deeper, the narrative behind this modern Malaysian noodle bar unfolds.

Showcasing the art of Asian noodle-making, it is firmly committed to making Malaysian heritage food stay relevant and absolutely delicious.

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