They have been a popular spot for many of the locals in search of a good and affordable Malay meal, with an abundance of variety to choose from. They cover everything from top to toe, from poultry to seafood and vegetables as well. Lots of gravy and sauces, so your rice won't be dry; definitely worth going for.
Anjung Selera is a place you'll want to be if you're looking for variety. Stacks of tray are served in a long line, while some are being decked above, with each one of them packing in a good amount of flavour, perfect for a mix and match. Most of the dishes are set to be a balance of spicy and savoury, which works great when you mix them with some rice and gravy. Most of the dishes are cooked beautifully and devouring a small portion of them in a pool of rice is a feeling like no other.
Despite being a new face in the cafe scene of Johor Bahru, Vanilla Bean has been reaping up positive reviews. Interior-wise, it’s a clever mix of contemporary and comfort with plenty of natural light showered all over the space. As far as the food in concerned, choices are far from short, especially for sugar junkies out there. Expect a wonderful array of handcrafted home baked cakes and waffles that are happily turning visitors fat.
The name of this place may sound like a recycling campaign, but fortunately, it's not entirely true. After all, you'll find vintage CDs, posters and even decorational items around the cafe, giving it a really hipster-ish vibe. As for their food, you'll find a range of pretty interestingly designed menus with a finesse for presentation.
Maco Cafe & Bakery is famed for their mille crepe cakes since the day they opened. Set in a pretty warm and contemporary-looking cafe, Maco Cafe & Bakery has been one of the best places to hangout due to their soothing vibe, aromatic coffee and of course, delicious cakes.
A blend of tradition and contemporary, Faculty of Caffeine is another place of visit if you're into rustic outlooks and hipster vibes. This humble cafe with the seating capacity of less than 25 offers a wide range of breakfast favourites and coffee that many would definitely enjoy.
Bev C Cafe is a cross between a boutique and a cafe with 2-storey of Instagrammable space. Not only does this place looks absolutely stunning and cozy, the food and coffee too are pretty good. Famed for their charcoal croissant, one can simply enjoy the homeyness of the place while skimming through a selection of clothes.
part from bare brick walls and hanging light bulbs, this café also boasts magnificent décor inspired by grand musical halls (hence the name). Of course, if you’re already in love with the interior, wait until you get to the food and drinks. Brewed by professionals, you will be presented with some really fine tasting coffee that will not have you leave in disappointment. Also, it isn’t really complete without some coffee complementing your meal, which will also not fail to please you with over here.
This beautiful café will take you away from reality into a world of pure imagination where the lush greens and cottage-like décor will let you enjoy some time away from the concrete jungle. You will also find yourself adoring the charming coffee art done by the baristas as they craft some pretty innovative designs.
No, this is not your usual school excursion to visit a factory; instead, feast your eyes upon this beautifully refurbished warehouse turned café. The high ceiling and shutter doors give off a very industrial atmosphere, truly an attraction for café hoppers seeking novelty. In addition to the aberrant décor, you will also be able to relish in some amazing blends of coffee and warm, fluffy waffles.
As the name suggests, a shipping container is used and refurbished into a café where you can place an order and enjoy your snacks and beverages and in a breezy outdoor seating. Apart from the creative and fresh look, you will also get some really fine Chai Latte and Tea; their signature drinks.
This sweet desserts heaven is one of the widely known cafes you can find in Johor Bahru with their irresistible delights charming the local crowd. The café is set in a dim and relaxing environment with the beautiful sight of pastries and desserts surrounding you. Cakes are the main attraction here as you will get to indulge in a whole range of beautifully crafted and delicious confectionery, perfect for you sweet tooths.
Ferringi Grill, one of Shangri-la Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa fine-dining establishments, delivers modern and creative dishes made possible with classic techniques. They combine various styles from different regions of the world while ensuring that the flavour worked in harmony. This eatery also prides itself in their luxurious ambiance and friendly service.
As the name suggests, Oh Scooter Cafe takes on quite a number of inspiration and decor items from scooters, or rather specifically, Vespa.
Jibril Cafe isn't the easiest to find as it's located at the back of Sangkaya in SS15. Literally, it's behind the wall of Sangkaya and the reason to that is because they're a speakeasy bar. Unfortunately to some, they do not serve alcohol whatsoever.
They have an extensive food menu that ranges from savoury and tasty pasta and main dishes to hot served waffles and sweet cakes. As the name of the shop suggests, the walls are featured with quirky book shelves and colourful soft interior and pale coloured wood which still brings a lounge/bar vibe.
The value of the food served should deserve a star as it is tasty, nutritious and plated nicely and does not hurt your wallet. This hip new kid in town sure wows many crowds with the after-work shisha sessions, open board games and Instagram-worthy interior.
The backstreet look of this pop-art interior designed coffee shop depicts lower-budget spending crowd. Famous among young and hip crowd pleasers, this hot spot quickly became the talk of the town and filled with hungry students from nearby colleges who are always keen to have pancakes! Their menu consists of outsourced desserts and cakes, breakfast, limited pasta and main dishes and not to forget their speciality sweet and savoury pancake inventions.
A homegrown business, Sai Kee Coffee is Muar’s very own coffee roaster, employing state-of-the-art Brambati technology from Italy.
One of the reasons why this pisang goreng stands out above the rest is because Mawar uses some of the best species of banana around, with some coming all the way from Perak.
Literally meaning out of the ordinary, this coconut shake is luar biasa for two reasons. The first is its location just off the side of the trunk roads a little ways from Muar town.
We went for the virgin black mint mojito (RM9.90, non-alcoholic) which tasted like iced coffee with a sprig of mint. There were also a selection of cakes and our blueberry mille crepe (RM9.90) was the perfect sweet treat to round off our night.
Akin to mee rebus but with a thicker, stronger shrimp base, each strand of mee bandung Muar’s (RM4.50) thick yellow noodles were coated with the slightly spicy, sweet-ish gravy.
Kin Hua kopitiam is a throwback to simpler times and is the kind of place you remember from your childhood. The food served here is simple but good.
Located close to the immigration point, this quaint little stall can be found packed full of customers every morning.
Located in the middle of a small housing area, this stall has been in operation since the 1970s and is now being run by the family’s second and third generation.
A favourite kopitiam hangout for locals, Meng Fang serves up standard milky coffee and teatime snacks. Known for its buttered toast with kaya, you can choose to have either sliced bread or buns.
Cendol Air Putih is a restaurant in Kuantan which once started as a small stall under the tree, now has grown to a local cendol empire over the town.
Restaurant Thong Kuok offer a huge variety of home-made bun. Customers come to this Chinese restaurant in Kuantan for the taste of home-made bun.
Hoi Yin is one of the highly raved halal curry mee in Kuantan. Their curry mee served in a very Chinese styled kopitiam is halal and there were quite a handful of muslims having their breakfast in this Chinese restaurant.
Mee hoon kueh is what we called in Hokkien. It is actually a pan mee. What’s different here is the color of their pan mee, 3-color pan mee.
Restoran Hoo Seng is a food court in Kuantan which is specializes in Chinese food. There is a famous stall among the locals as you can see the crowd building up people the moment they start their business.
Namoo will serve you the new trend of korean food by serving a genuine taste in modern style in a awesome ambiance with modern interior design.
Southern Rock Seafood is a family run specialist fishmonger committed to providing the finest air-flown fish and seafood to customers in Kuala Lumpur,
The surf n turf steak was superbly cooked and the creme brûlée was to die for.
A mediterranean restaurant which serves the great italian spanish cuisine.
A Balinese feel restaurant with great taste dishes and comfortable environment.
A cafe with all kinds of Toasts for every person out there! A best place to have toasty treats !
Mosaic serves a delicious mix of local and international cuisine, complemented by interactive live cooking stations and a large dessert bar.