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Savouring Kuala Kangsar’s village-style cuisine includes not just cooking it but also harvesting and foraging for the ingredients in the kampung.
JOHOR BARU: Many Malaysians and Singaporeans are getting their first taste of the fish gravy-rich laksa Johor thousands of kilometres away Down Under, thanks to the young owner of a Johorean restaurant there.
IF YOU are on a supper hunt around Taman Tun Dr Ismail and Sungai Penchala and all you want is some not-too-bad, affordable and simple local food, go to Sambal Hijau Restaurant.
Savouring authentic, traditional, kampung-style Malay food in the royal town of Kuala Kangsar in Perak, Malayisa is a real treat.
In conjunction with the Mid-Autumn festival, Tai Zi Heen Chinese Restaurant at Pullman KLCC is presenting a selection of baked and snow skin mooncakes.
In continuing our homage to the not-so-humble bowl of laksa, we travel first to the East Coast, and then take a sea journey to Sarawak.
Marina Mustafa and childhood friend Chong Woon Lee’s collaborative cookbook Our Malaysian Kitchen is full of great local recipes.
JOHOR BARU: Although she has to work during Hari Raya Aidilfitri, nurse Nur Syaqilla Redzuan, 23, is happy to bring cheer to patients and their families.
AL-AMAR LEBANESE CUISINE: ,The use of garlic, olive oil, herbs and spices with lemon juice as a seasoning makes the Lebanese meal enticing to discerning tastebuds.
THE best time to savour Malay food is during the fasting month and Hari Raya Aidilfitri as chefs and cooks dig out their personal recipes to make traditional dishes abundant with local herbs and spices.