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Food Vlog: Chew Chew Chow Tofu

This video blog was a spontaneous move. I didn’t get to coordinate with my wardrobe and accessories sponsor Peep Boutique and The Aura as I randomly videoed this when I visited the OUG night market. But here’s the video of my first Chow Tofu attempt. Smelly until can die! Like my Facebook page here.

August 30, 2012

Yuzu, The Gardens

One of my favourite cuisine is Japanese, especially when it’s done right. By right, I mean a balance of taste, presentation and authenticity. A good Japanese meal is like an art waiting to be devoured. Yuzu in The Gardens serve a pretty good Japanese meal, but it is the good service that keeps me coming […]

August 29, 2012

Pan Mee, Old Klang Road

Of late, I’ve been having incessant cravings for pan mee, which I foresee will last for at least 6 months. My wat tan hor phase lasted for a year, while my craving for NIPS chocolate lasted for 2 years. Heck, I even shipped 50 packets of the latter to the UK when I was living […]

August 28, 2012

Mooncake Review at Lai Ching Yuen, Grand Millennium

Ever seen a mooncake noob attempt to make a snowskin mooncake? Here you go: That was how I made my not-so-nice mini snowskin mooncake with passion fruit lotus paste and I got to take it home for rif to try. He didn’t believe I made the mooncake. Ok fine, I didn’t make the dough or […]

August 27, 2012

Koon Kee Wantan Mee

Wantan mee isn’t something I crave for unless it comes with curry laksa broth or topped with flavourful pai kuat. My first Koon Kee experience was at age 17, when a friend took me here for lunch after finishing a school project in Petaling Street. It wasn’t a pleasant lunch – the place was filthy […]

August 25, 2012

Kee’s Creampuffs

I fell for creampuff, also known as choux puff, when I was in my teens. Back in the days, I would pester my mother to make them for me and I loved piping fresh custard cream into the warm pastry shells. They never lasted longer than two hours, to mum’s dismay. Eventually, I fell for […]

August 24, 2012

Lai Po Heen Mooncake Review

For the mid-autumn festival each year, hotels will come up with their variation of mooncakes and fancy gift boxes fit to become one’s jewelry box. This year, Mandarin Oriental’s mooncake gift box oozes grandeur with hues of gold and royal purple. While the packaging was impressive, it was the array of mooncakes on offer that […]

Malacca Eating Spree

I’ve always wanted to do a proper “Bangsar Babe Eating Spree” since 2009, but after joining me for a few trips, my makan kakis waved the white flag. So my food trips comprise just rif and myself, and occasionally his friends. Good thing I found the perfect eating partner in Ken, who was able to […]

August 21, 2012

You shouldn’t call yourself a food blogger…

If you charge for your food reviews. If you only write good things about a restaurant just because you’re getting your meal for free. If you use tissue paper to blot the oil off your McD Fries or any other fries for that matter. If you keep stealing ideas from other bloggers. Don’t be so […]

Bangsar Babe’s First Popiah Party

*This is a re-post (original blog post in 2009) I’ve never been to a popiah party and the popiahs I’ve eaten are either made by my mum or the pasar malam variety. No offence to my mum, but her popiah is rather bland (popiah, sengkuang filling and kampung koh chilli sauce only); unless they are […]

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