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Yakitori rules at Palilos Yakitori Bar

Yakitori takes centre stage at Palilos Yakitori Bar where all manner of grilled food like grilled wings, gizzard, Iberico pork appear.

Eating Out: Modern South-East Asian fare at Jing Ze

Jing Ze Contemporary Asian Restaurant is a hotbed of ideas and innovation spurred by the creativity of chef-owner Nicholas Scorpion, who serves up delicious fare like smoked black grouper, wagyu rump cap and more.

Elevated comfort food at Blackbyrd KL

Blackbyrd KL marks the maiden venture of Indonesia's Ismaya Group and serves up a range of elevated comfort food like wagyu beef satay, truffle tagliolini, mie goreng sambal matah and cavatelli escargot.

Have a cuppa coffee history at the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

The Story Of Coffee exhibition at the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (IAMM) in Kuala Lumpur is packed with interesting facts, stories and images revolving around coffee and its colourful, often tumultuous, history.

Set adrift on delicious bliss at Singapore's Adrift by David Myers

Adrift by David Myers in Singapore's Marina Bay Sands features Western fare tinged with Asian influences, like the agnolotti suckling pig, wagyu beef and kampachi sashimi.

Hearty Chinese food at Fat Fook Inn

Fat Fook Inn serves up a range of hearty, sumptuous Chinese fare like pork lard rice, pork belly with salted fish, Hokkien noodles and sweet and sour pork.

Lighter, healthier Italian meals at Via Pre KL

Via Pre KL serves up healthier Italian meals with reduced sugar, salt and oil like bruschetta, duck polpette, pasta and panna cotta.

Kerabu is slowly being forgotten - meet the chefs trying to revive this traditional Malay salad

There is so much to love about kerabu – that riotous, tropical local salad, made using vegetables and herbs, and dressed with a fiery sambal, coconut and lime. It is sharp, tangy and often inherently addictive.

Brunching out at Snitch by The Thieves

Snitch by The Thieves differs from its predecessor Breakfast Thieves by showcasing a range of local fare like mee jawa and curry laksa.

Bonding over moreh

Muslims in Malaysia bond over a light meal of moreh, used to describe the meal shared after the terawih prayers during Ramadan.