Rating: 9 / 10
My zeal for Indian food will never diminish until I'm six feet under and turned to worm food. Having said that, even in the holiest of holies, the motherland, you can still have some diabolical meals if you're unlucky. But if, like me, you have local friends who have your best interests at heart, who live and breathe for good food, good music and good films, then you'll navigate those pitfalls with suprising ease.
Rating: 7 / 10
Much like the Dharma Realm Guan Yin Sagely Monastery in Kuala Lumpur, this Hindu Temple of the Arts serves up buffet lunches for the religious, and the thrifty. Secluded in a backyard beset with statues of various holinesses, the place indeedly offers lunch in peaceful surrounds.
Rating: 5 / 10
Unabashedly worshipping of the late Bourdains burrowing through markets and stalls of the earth, gleaning smiles and handshakes from locals, bleary eyed with the best of them come midnight, and up early to slam coffee's and suck on cigarettes like Trumps death depended on it, I try to hunt down his favourite places everywhere I go. Today's victim was Pasar Air Itam's Laksa.
"The hunt for perfection continues"