Happy New Year! Welcome back to another new year with FoodyFans!
Here’s a look back at FoodyFan’s year in review for 2022.
Since the early beginnings in 2014, we’ve grown small, yet incrementally. In 2022, a total of 107 posts have been published.
In the 107 posts, can’t believe an astronomical 40,966 words were written!
Through the 107 posts, 9,585 visitors visited FoodyFans. To our visitors, thank you very much for not only the 12,064 views but also the 200 likes.
To our fans, likers, viewers, and all visitors – thank you very much for a great and blessed 2022! Looking forward to another fantastic year and 2023 with ya’ll!
Below are the top posts of 2022
Jonker Street or also known as Jonker Walk, is the Chinatown street of Melaka. It is an old, beautiful heritage street in Malacca City in Malacca (Melaka), Malaysia. It is a street filled with 17th century historical houses. You can start your journey at either ends of the street. On one end is the Jonker…Keep reading
Just a short 10 minutes walk to and from Jonker Street is Samfu Restaurant in Malacca (Melaka). If you’re craving for Nyonya food, you’ll be glad to know that Samfu Restaurant serves Nyonya food. Samfu Restaurant is not like most other restaurants in a shoplot along the (main) road. Only people who know the location…Keep reading
‘Otaru’ is one of the leading tourist spots in Hokkaido with high popularity. It is a port city northwest of Sapporo city. It is a perfect gateway to the seaside from the hustle and bustle of the city. For holiday-goers, the charming Hokkaido port city is renowned for it’s redbrick warehouses, sake distilleries, glassworks, and…Keep reading
We’re back with another Japanese restaurant in Lot 10 at Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur. In a previous post, I shared about my tonkatsu cravings from Malaysia to Japan. Tokyo Ramen Tokyo Ramen is on the 4th floor in Lot 10. The 4th floor – J’s Gate Dining – is commonly and famously known as the…Keep reading
On the way back from Klang, after a round of Bak Kut Teh? Craving for Japanese food in Subang Jaya or more specifically in Empire Shopping Gallery? There’s Robataya Izakaya in Empire Shopping Gallery. There are 5 Robataya restaurants in Malaysia: 4 in the Klang Valley and 1 in Penang. Today’s lunch is at the…Keep reading
You can’t give Sankaku Market a miss when you visit Otaru in Hokkaido. It is a down-to-earth marketplace with vendors selling fruits, veggies, seafood, and prepared seafood dishes in this wet market. Where is Sankaku Market It is the closest tourist attraction (200 meters or about 2 minutes walk) to Otaru JR station. After exiting…Keep reading
Also known as Shi Shi Do Ramen Bar (to me), is in the Gasket Alley. The Gasket Alley is not hard to miss, as it is directly opposite Jaya 1 shopping mall and behind Columbia Asia Hospital – Petaling Jaya. The Gasket Alley is a small warehouse with restaurants, dessert outlets, an IT store, and…Keep reading
We’re back here for another round of desserts and afternoon tea. Kwong Wah Ais Kacang at Section 17, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. Bringing the taste of Melaka to PJ. Authentic gula melaka Ice Kacang using our secret family recipe handed down through generations since 1939.kwong_wah_ice_kacang Where is Kwong Wah Ais Kacang? Address: 627, Jalan 17/8,…Keep reading
Japanese food is no stranger to Sea Park and Taman Paramount. There are Shokudo Japanese Curry Rice, Waffurus, and Kakiyuki @ Taman Paramount, Petaling Jaya. A new addition to the family is Washoku Japanese Restaurant. Washoku is no stranger to Malaysia, as it already has outlets in Sunway, Bandar Kinrara, and USJ Taipan. Washoku Sea…Keep reading
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