Live for rice and spice

By KY Teoh

The gulai nangka (jackfruit) was soft and flavorful, but I feel the crunchy ikan masin (salted fish), which you can eat in its entirety, is also worth a mention.

During the days before Google map and online reviews became a thing, most of us used to explore eateries mainly based on either word of mouth, or simply driving around to hunt for something to eat.

Yes, for those who were born after the Internet, there was a time when you actually had to research for stuff without relying on the World Wide Web!

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