Read about Kedai Makan on City Arts
- Kedai Makan: Think Outside the Restaurant
Specializing in Malaysian street food—and serving food directly on the street—Kedai Makan is a welcome addition to Capitol Hill's outside-the-restaurant food scene.
Read about Kedai Makan on Seattle.eater.com
- Readers Vote: 16 of Seattle's Best Cheap Eats
While happy hours, burgers and pizza slices are never discouraged, this list leans more towards cheap eats you may not have considered to replace your drive-in and walk-up window encounters.
Read about Kedai Makan on seattletimes.com
- Kedai Makan: Capitol Hill’s trendy, tasty Malaysian takeout
Kedai Makan is Capitol Hill’s wildly popular and wonderfully tasty new Malaysian takeout joint. Kedai Makan has become a cult favorite around the Hill, especially with the after-work crowd of line cooks and bartenders.
Read about Kedai Makan on the CHS Capitol Hill Seattle Blog
There are some great photos by Alex Garland in this article.
- First look: Kedai Makan set to counter Capitol Hill bar crawl cravings
If you show up hungry Wednesday night at Capitol Hill's Montana, we can't say what variety of bar food will come your way. Thursday, it just might be Malaysian.
A little somethng about Kedai Makan on Nosh Pit
- Nasi Goreng, Your New Drunk Food
The tradition continues. The barely there storefront at 1510 East Olive Way has long been a beacon for peckish bargoers, and so it shall be when Kedai Makan opens on January 24.
Yet another reason to frequent the block of Olive Way just south of Denny: Malaysian street food enterprise Kedai Makan is moving into the 1510 Olive Way address that currently houses Taco Gringos. Read more at Nosh Pitt.
We will have more info soon on our new location coming soon on Olive Way!
- The New Seattle Tastemakers
Seattle is home to such an array of delicious food that choosing a place to eat can be more than a little overwhelming. It’s about to become even harder to make a dining decision as we introduce a handful of new talent into our Northwest culinary club.
- Kevin Burzell's Kedai Makan Stays Authentic, For Better or Worse
Over a year ago, Kevin Burzell and his fiancée Alysson Wilson sat at a café in Burma during their second trip to Asia, and began discussing a five-year plan to open a restaurant. The plan would provide a roadmap to creating a sustainable business that would allow them to live, work, and return to Asia once a year.
- Kedai Makan's Hakka Mee, a Nod to a Classic Noodle Dish
Kevin introduces another classic dish, the Hakka Mee, served up with Kedai Makan's handmade noodles.
- Farmers Markets Develop Seattle’s Next Generation of Restaurants
When the Broadway Farmers Market returned for the season in April, the line for Kedai Makan, a new Malaysian food stand, stretched across three neighboring stalls as Alysson Wilson and Kevin Burzell garnished coconut rice with sambal, curry, peanuts, and egg for curious marketgoers. The couple’s goal: Convert Kedai Makan into a restaurant within five years.
- CHS Capitol Hill Seattle Blog
Farmers market returns to Broadway with new things to eat+drink - Malaysian street vendor Kedai Makan is joining the Broadway roster and has already generated some buzz.
- SeattleMet Nosh Pit
Kedai Makan Brings Malaysian Fare to the Broadway Farmers Market - Local chef Kevin Burzell, who has cooked at Ba Bar, Monsoon, and Poppy, is teaming up with his fiancée Alysson Wilson to bring Malaysian food to the Sunday market.
- Seattle Weekly Blogs
It was a pretty spectacular day for the Broadway Farmers Market's season debut. Some of the longest lines were at two brand new vendors, Juice Box and Kedai Makan, which serves Malaysian street food.
Photo of Chili Pan Mee by Sean Balko - www.seanbalko.com