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  • Rendez-Vous, Bangsar

    by Bangsar Babe

    Rendez-Vous in Bangsar Park offers traditional French cuisine without putting a hole in the wallet, an attempt to change the perception of French food being pricey. While we drive past Bangsar Park fairly often, rif and I only tried it early this year when we were out on a date…

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  • Charmonix, Taipei

    by Bangsar Babe

    When I visited Taiwan last May, a good friend recommended that I try Charmonix should I get tired of street food. I shrugged his suggestion off initially, thinking that wasn’t going to happen. He was right — as I got really homesick by the 5th day and the thought of…

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  • Miam Miam, Penang

    by Bangsar Babe

    There is a lot of hype about Miam Miam (‘yum yum’ in French), a café that serves a range of French food with strong Japanese influence. While we’ve yet to try the one at 1 Utama, rif and I managed to pop by the outlet in Penang for dinner. The…

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  • Topshelf, TTDI

    by Bangsar Babe

    There’s plenty of potential in Topshelf TTDI, a neighbourhood French restaurant with quirky industrial-style touches, colourful paintings and an open kitchen. rif and I were invited to dinner at Topshelf, to sample some items from the new menu prepared by chef and owner Christopher Yee. It was my first visit…

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  • Hit & Mrs, Bangsar

    by Bangsar Babe

    Hit & Mrs has a lot more to offer than just food – it is an experience that combines modern cuisine, classic ambiance and a whole lot of passion. This spot in Bangsar focuses on creative European cuisine, helmed by Chef Keith Choong. The restaurant sits on the ground floor…

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  • Farine Bakery, Shanghai

    by Bangsar Babe

    One of the highlights of my Shanghai trip was my visit to Farine Boulangerie, located in Wukang Lu, former French Concession. I liked the area – the buildings showcased a range of architecture, from French Renaissance, Art Deco, English and Mediterranean, surrounded by large trees. Farine is said to serve…

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  • Yeast, Bangsar

    by Bangsar Babe

    Second chances are hard to come by these days; we’re often quick to dismiss a friend over something petty or write someone off after a bad first impression. I had an encounter with a snooty manager at Yeast last year, that I refused to try the food despite recommendations from…

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