KY eats – Melanian Sang Nyuk Mian, Kota Kinabalu

KY eats – Melanian Sang Nyuk Mian, Kota Kinabalu
When it comes to hawker dishes in Sabah, the most famous of them all is none other than north Borneo’s very own version of pork noodle – Sang Nyuk Mian (生肉面), or raw pork noodle in Hakka, the most spoken Chinese dialect this part of Malaysia. Melanian Sang Nyuk Mian, Kota Kinabalu To be honest, ...

KY eats – Bun Cha Dac Kim, Hanoi, Vietnam

KY eats – Bun Cha Dac Kim, Hanoi, Vietnam
When it comes to Vietnamese food, pho usually gets all the glory, and to be fair, before I stepped foot on Hanoi, I too did not know the existence of this arguably superior Vietnamese dish – Bun Cha. Bun Cha Dac Kim, Hanoi For those who aren’t familiar, bún chả ( is a dish consists of ...

KY eats – Bamboo Briyani Taste & See, Klang

KY eats – Bamboo Briyani Taste & See, Klang
What’s the similarities between currency exchange and nasi briyani? Well, for one, visiting one of these outlets is always a good idea before heading overseas for any amount of time, and of course, they’re also associated with the Indian Muslim communities in the country. Nasi Briyani Taste & See, Klang Briyani rice is often cooked ...

KY eats – Tuaran Mee Restoran with Lehing, Kota Kinabalu

KY eats – Tuaran Mee Restoran with Lehing, Kota Kinabalu
In North Borneo, the most often talked about hawker dish by visitors is undoubtedly fish noodle, and justifiably so due to the abundance of great seafood here. However, for the locals, often times a good plate of Tuaran Mee is where it’s at. Tuaran Mee Restoran, Inanam, Kota Kinabalu For those who’re not familiar, Tuaran ...

KY eats – Teck Huat Bak Kut Teh, Bandar Baru Klang

KY eats – Teck Huat Bak Kut Teh, Bandar Baru Klang
Realized it’s been a while since I last posted anything in Klang Valley, I suppose it’s appropriate to get back on talking about my favorite dish – bak kut teh. This is in fact the 60th such post on this blog, yeap, a bit much perhaps, but someone’s gotta do the job. Teck Huat Bak ...