Chinese mitten crabs, also known as hairy crabs, are now in season. Where to find them in Singapore? Head over to these MICHELIN restaurants for exciting creations featuring the crustacean’s sweet, delicate flesh and prized roe.
There are seven new restaurants that join the MICHELIN Guide Kuala Lumpur and Penang selection this October, showcasing a diverse range of cuisines and a lot of local eats.
There is no better way to glimpse into the heart of a destination than by experiencing its local delights. Discover a selection of quintessentially Malaysian dishes the MICHELIN way.
How to enjoy a MICHELIN restaurant meal at a pocket-friendly price.
A handful of MICHELIN restaurants in Kuala Lumpur and Penang are now paving the way for vegetarian tasting menus, in addition to the standard tasting menus. Here’s where to get them and what they serve.
Celebrate Malaysian heritage and discover which MICHELIN restaurants in Kuala Lumpur serve these almost-forgotten Malay dishes.
Discover the real taste of Seoul-style cuisine at these Michelin Bib-Gourmand restaurants.
Heun Kee Claypot Chicken Rice’s Madam Heun May Lan shares how she persevered at expanding her claypot chicken rice shop from a street stall to a full-fledged Bib Gourmand-worthy business.
Majority of Malaysians begin each day with a heart-warming meal, typically with a noodle or rice dish. One of them is Bak Kut Teh, a staple in Malaysian cuisine.
Open for only three hours during lunch-time, Wong Mei Kee offers seemingly simple yet extraordinarily memorable roasted meats. Here's the secret behind the restaurant's success.
Enjoyed any time of the day, here’s why Assam Laksa is a mainstay and an indispensable part of Penang’s rich culinary offerings.
From delectable buffet spreads to local favourites, prepare to buka puasa (break the fast) and feast with family and friends after Ramadan at these MICHELIN restaurants in Kuala Lumpur. Don't forget to make a reservation!
It only took one dish to transform Lai Foong Lala Noodles from a humble stall in a coffee shop to a full-fledged restaurant, recognised with a Bib Gourmand. The key to their success? Teamwork, consistency, and a willingness to pass ownership down to the next generation.
Malaysia's rich and diverse cultural heritage has manifested itself in many ways through the variety of its cuisine — particularly in the country's rice dishes that are a reflection of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Eurasian, and Nyonya influences. Let's makan!