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Prime, Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur

There’s a lot to love about Prime steakhouse – its masculine décor, large arm chairs and open kitchen with a view of the chefs at work. I think the restaurant has aged well, creating a name of its own and it is to me, the best steakhouse in Kuala Lumpur. Perhaps it’s the professional and […]

Si Chuan Dou Hua at Parkroyal Kuala Lumpur

Sichuan cuisine is often full of surprises — there is always an element of heat and it comes at you in many ways. Sometimes, it hits you hard at first bite and sometimes, it starts mild and builds up from there. Then there are occasions when it creeps up on you and that to me, […]

Chicken House, Solaris Mont Kiara

Chicken House, Solaris Mont Kiara

In Malaysia, KFC stands for more than just Kentucky Fried Chicken. To me, it could also mean “Klang Fried Chicken” or my comfort food – Korean Fried Chicken. There’s a lot more appeal to twice fried chicken, where the skin is crispier and offers a lot more crunch in each bite. But not all Korean […]

Fuego at Troika Sky Dining

Fuego at Troika Sky Dining

Dining with a view has always been one that tops my list of places to visit and the latest addition to Troika Sky Dining – Fuego – makes one of those places. This casual restaurant and bar overlooks the KL Twin Towers and offers a panoramic view of the city skyline on a good day. […]

November 14, 2014

Chuup, Damansara Jaya

I’ve heard a lot of good things about the pork chop at Chuup, a cosy restaurant in Damansara Jaya. rif was determined to give this place a try even after three failed attempts on our end, but we finally did so a couple of weeks back. Alas, we arrived to discover they had to close […]

New Chef, New Menu at Mandarin Grill

Fine dining was never a forte of mine and it still isn’t – I’m constantly learning from new dining experiences and chefs I meet, both locally and abroad. I learnt a great deal about the fine dining scene when I travelled to Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, where I explored the culinary offerings through the […]

November 10, 2014

Shucked, The Gardens Mid Valley

My first encounter with fresh oysters wasn’t particularly a memorable one. It was close to a decade ago at a popular hotel buffet of that time. Rows of supposedly fresh oysters, displayed on a bed of ice with an option of lemon wedges, Tabasco sauce or thousand island dressing were hot among buffet loving folks. […]

November 5, 2014

Chu Yoke Weng, Penang

My first encounter of pipa duck was in a small town called Lunas and I’ve since become a fan of this dish that is both crispy and meaty. Then I discovered the duck from Chu Yoke Weng, sold in a coffeeshop in Air Itam and have been going back ever since. When a friend told […]

November 3, 2014

Kam Heong Coffeeshop, PJ State

My father in-law comes from Melaka and one of the few things he love that I cannot stomach is wantan mee, red-tinged from the use of chilli sauce. That’s how they eat it in Melaka and I was shocked when I first encountered it. Worse still, I was greedy and ordered a large bowl thinking […]

October 30, 2014

Tiffin Tea Set at Casa Del Rio, Melaka

While many establishments serve afternoon tea on a three-tier plate stand, I like how Casa del Rio serves theirs – in a tiffin carrier, often used in a Peranakan household. This was a nice change from the fancy afternoon teas I’ve been accustomed to – no frills, but accentuated by the ambiance of the property. […]

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