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  • Mo-Mo Paradise, Lot 10

    by Bangsar Babe

    I’ve always found it difficult to choose between sukiyaki and shabu-shabu – both are Japanese-style hotpots comprising thinly sliced meats and vegetables, with dipping sauces. The difference between the two is flavour. Shabu-shabu is savoury while sukiyaki leans towards the sweeter side. At Mo-Mo Paradise in Lot 10, you get…

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  • Fei Fan Hotpot

    by Bangsar Babe

    Jien and I have been frequenting Fei Fan Hotpot of late as we find the food pretty good value for money and taste wise, decent. We first tried Fei Fan in SS15 Courtyard before sticking to their other outlet at 163 Retail Park in Mont Kiara. I prefer the latter…

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  • Yezi, The Roof

    by Bangsar Babe

    Hotpot or steamboat happens to be one of my favourite things to eat – to an extent I actually ate hotpot on my first night in New York, much to the dismay of Jien who didn’t understand how one can travel more than 20,000 miles to a foreign city and…

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  • Dragon Door Steamboat, Cheras

    by Bangsar Babe

    Jien and I have different opinions about steamboat and BBQ – I love anything soupy while he’s a fan of smoky-charred flavours. It’s often difficult to agree on a middle ground between these two options as the 2-in-1 steamboat/BBQ we’ve tried didn’t quite hack it. For me, the beauty of…

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  • Bijin Nabe by Tsukada Nojo

    by Bangsar Babe

    I was introduced to this beauty collagen hot pot called “ BIJIN NABE ” by Tsukada Nojo when I was in Singapore earlier this year where the signature Golden Collagen chicken stock is highly raved about. Tsukada Nojo in Kyushu is known for producing organic chicken of best quality in…

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  • Hai Di Lao, Singapore

    by Bangsar Babe

    My first Hai Di Lao experience was in Shanghai and it was both a terrifying and eye-opening experience. The taxi driver we got couldn’t read or write so the directions written by our hotel concierge was futile. To make things worse, there were a lot of things I couldn’t pronounce…

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