Sate Kajang Haji Samuri at R&R Awan Besar, Kesas Highway

Come to KL and you ask any local, “Where can I find the best satays?” and most locals will associate the best satays with Sate Kajang HJ Samuri at Kajang. Throughout the years, the business has expanded to various locations in KL. One of the outlets which I tried during my recent trip is located at the Awan Besar Rest and Relax stop along the Kesas Highway. Apart from the satay outlet, there are also a few food stores or outlets which is worth checking out. At Sate Kajang, there’s a variety of satays you can choose to order from. … Continue reading Sate Kajang Haji Samuri at R&R Awan Besar, Kesas Highway

Taste Enclave Classic at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

You are out shopping at a massive shopping centre in the heart of KL. After visiting a few of your favourite stores in the morning, your tummy decides to make some noise and it’s time for a lunch break. But hang on, where do I go to eat? There’s just too many choices to choose from. While searching for my destination for lunch, I stumbled upon Taste Enclave Classic which has been open in Pavilion KL since August 2014. At Taste Enclave Classic, you can find authentic hawker fare and the difference with Taste Enclave at Avenue K is that … Continue reading Taste Enclave Classic at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Magnum Cafe Kuala Lumpur

During my recent trip back to KL, I visited Malaysia’s very first Magnum Cafe, located at the heart of Mid Valley Megamall. I have heard a lot about the hype and craze of Magnum Cafe from social media with long queues of customers looking forward to their customised ice cream when it first opened last year. When I was there, luckily, there was no queue and I was able to customise my ice cream pretty quickly. There are two floors at Magnum Cafe. The ground floor is only for customising your very own Magnum ice cream and the first floor … Continue reading Magnum Cafe Kuala Lumpur


While flipping through channels on Astro (Pay TV) in Malaysia, I stumbled across Food Network. During my free time in Malaysia, I love watching Asian Food Channel, Food Network and TLC. Coincidentally a short clip came up about Erawan and the prawns looks oh-so-amazing! I was drooling and immediately, I thought of visiting Erawan and giving it a go. Erawan is tucked away in Kota Damansara and is named after the white elephant, a symbol of royalty. If you can see red doors which are hand-carved intricately then you are at the right place. We arrived and the restaurant was … Continue reading Erawan