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April 30, 2011

The launch of life.hiltonkl.com

life.hiltonkl.com‘s main page Wedding page Hilton KL recently launched its new website which is more interactive, more dynamic and definitely more user friendly. It is easy to navigate around the new site — I know that because I was snooping around their wedding page. Bloggers and media were invited to the launch at leveL7even recently […]

April 29, 2011

Hanare @ The Intermark

When I heard about Hanare’s Champagne Brunch, I immediately told rif we had to check it out. For RM298+, you get to enjoy the buffet with a free flow of G.H.Mumm’s Champagne, while the non-alcoholic option cost RM150+ — we opted for the latter. The décor was tasteful and zen-like, and reminded me of the […]

April 27, 2011

Real And Wholesome (RAW) Coffee @ Kuala Lumpur

During lunch at Cilantro, Charles tasted my latte and told me it wasn’t up to standard. “Put this coffee down and I’ll buy you REAL coffee on the way back,” he said. Since he knows much more about coffee than I do, I left my latte behind. “I’ll take you to RAW. It’s this new […]

April 26, 2011

TheXtraMileRun — Giving kids a running stART

Dear all, StART Society will be organizing a 100km charity run called “TheXtraMileRun” to raise funds for StART’s Music and Dance Programme and Dream Village. A “hero runner” will be running 100km (yes, ONE HUNDRED KILOMETERS) for this good cause, and he will be paced by a troupe of elite runners. The running route starts […]

April 25, 2011

Ben’s General Food Store, Bangsar Village

My food radar has been a bit blunt lately, causing me to make bad food choices and miss out on newly opened places. Ben’s General Food Store opened in Bangsar Village last Friday, and rif who spotted it sent me a quick MMS picture of the outlet. No prizes for guessing where we went for […]

April 22, 2011

Senjyu Sushi, e@Curve, Mutiara Damansara

The Fukushima nuclear emergency in Japan caused many countries to ban food imports from Japan due to radioactive contamination. To be honest, I am slightly worried about consuming Japanese food especially fishes and vegetables. When Frankie of Senjyu Sushi invited me for a food review, I wasn’t sure if I should agree. Amuse bouche Fresh […]

April 21, 2011


*By guest writer, Paul Ang I’ve known Paul for slightly over 5 months and found him to be most entertaining. His job nature makes me very, very curious about him and he happens to know a great deal about life. One of the things that fascinate me about Paul is that he is always early. […]

April 20, 2011

Weissbräu @ Penang

I can never understand the German language let alone pronounce it right. While the language is alien to me, German food remains as one of my favourite cuisines. The flavours, textures and of course, large portions. What’s not to like about Bavarian servings? Erdinger…light and dark Weissbräu at Straits Quay has one advantage over most […]

April 19, 2011

Pitaya Street Restaurant @ Kepong

I’ve encountered a few unpleasant dining experiences after following Ho Chiak’s food recommendations (including the Cao Cao Grilled Lamb) so I’m quite wary about places that have the Ho Chiak logo. When rif told me we were having dinner at Pitaya Street Restaurant (recommended by Ho Chiak), I refused to go. It took him 30 […]

April 18, 2011

Kedai Kopi & Makanan Hoi Kee @ Segambut (revisit)

Pan mee is loosely translated to “board noodles” in English and it is one of my favourite things to eat on a rainy day. I still remember making pan mee (from scratch) for dinner in the UK and the outcome was far from satisfactory. But it was winter and I was homesick, so I ate […]

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Drunken chicken noodles for lunch today. Just average in my opinion and expensive too. #foodporn #lunch #photooftheday #igdaily

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