Monch! Monga Fried Chicken (SS15)

Written by: Cheah Wei Shang  Edited by: Chua Jia Ying The conversation went something like this: “Did you know there’s a restaurant called Monga that serves fried chicken?” The Editors’ Team collectively: Holy shit. On that note, we drove to MONGA Fried Chicken in SS15. It wasn’t far from Monash, only needing a 15-minute drive….

Perfection in Simplicity: How Japanese Culture Resonates With Their Food

To many people, food is a language that overcomes all conventional barriers of communication. To these people, words hold no importance in telling their stories when they can let their food speak on their behalf. Almost every race among humanity can be identified by the uniqueness and individuality of the flavours, smells and looks of…

A review of.. Maggi?

Hey guys, so I am writing about something that I would have never bothered writing about before, and here it goes – it is a food review! So, what triggered me to write a review on something that is pretty HOT and SPICY? Well, it is Maggi’s all new, largely packaged Hot Mealz! First Impression:…

Mikey’s Original New York Pizza @ Bangsar: Restaurant review

Words by: Sandeep Dhanoa Lift. Fold. Bite. That’s the mantra that is recited here in Mikey’s Original New York Pizza. With an extensive selection of pizzas to be devoured, the ultimate spotlight this time around was on the 9-1-1 pizza. Dubbed as the spiciest pizza in Asia, this is not for the faint hearted. Practise…

Fat Basterd: It’s more than just a burger

Written by: Sandeep Dhanoa Over the past few years, KL has undoubtedly been bitten by the burger bug. The city’s food scene has witnessed assorted burger joints, such as the ever-improving myBurgerLab and the underrated Killer Gourmet Burgers (KGB), joining in to revolutionise KL’s burger scene. However, this post is not about the best burger…

Monash Annual Ball 2013 prep: The Food

By Lestari Hairul “Oooh fancy!” We’d just rolled into the driveway of the Majestic Hotel and were treated to a sight seldom seen on the KL streets. Doormen and valets, all dressed up in colonial livery, were greeting the owners of the expensive cars driving up just ahead of us. Since we are but broke…

Maou no Café: A Detour of Routines

By Olga Scarlett I just happened to pass by an announcement board when my eyes caught a glimpse of a poster. It was a poster with a white background and a purple-haired girl drawn on it. I was used to scanning posters in my brain, and would leave when nothing caught my interest. But that…

Burgertory

By Emily Choong You may or may not notice, but most burger restaurants/stalls around Sunway and Subang Jaya are usually halal (no pork served) for a few reasons: Some of them are owned by Malays. As for non-Malays owners, having a halal status for their restaurant is essential especially in this country to be able…