‘Food, glorious food’ should have been a line in our national anthem.
curates our favourite new finds, whether it’s a swanky restaurant in the city or an age-old hawker
stall deserving of praise This renowned restaurant in Kuching is especially popular among out-of-towners for the simple fact that it makes ethnic minority cuisine accessible to city-dwellers. From chicken stewed in bamboo to rice wine-spiked ice cream, the.Dyak’s platters are unique but not overly exotic in terms of flavour. More details on page 123. Jalan Simpang Tiga, Kuching (08 223 4068/www.facebook. com/the.Dyak).
Eating & Drinking 2015/16