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  • HWAN by Chakri

    by Bangsar Babe

    My first Thai mango salad was in Bangkok, where I sat by the roadside along the stretch of Sukhumvit. The lady used a mortar and pestle (batu lesung in Malay) to pound and mix the salad — it was robust, spicy and tropical. Hwan’s version is currently the closest to…

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  • Bits & Bobs, Ipoh

    by Bangsar Babe

    My childhood in Bangsar wasn’t much fun, as I recall. It was filled with ballet classes, music classes, art classes and tuitions, as my parents had big dreams for their four children. Plus, Bangsar was (and still is) a prime neighbourhood so my parents didn’t allow us to wander around…

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  • PMK Dessert Pudu

    by Bangsar Babe

    I’m one of those people who love a good tong sui and must have it at least once a week. Sometimes, twice. My favourites are bubur gandum (mak chuk), black sesame paste (ji ma wu) and barley with beancurd (fu chuk yee mai). That said, only few places serve good…

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  • Yogitree, The Gardens

    by Bangsar Babe

    Group buying deals are often tempting, especially when there’s more a 50% discount, or more. The Yogitree offer on Dealmates was RM28 for 3 pieces of pesto chicken bruschetta, 3 pieces of caramelised onion bruschetta, 2 raisin scones, 2 macarons, a slice of cake and 2 cups of tea. That…

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  • Valentine Roti

    by Bangsar Babe

    Roti canai is prided as one of the must-try items when you’re in Malaysia. It’s cheap, simple and most importantly, tasty. After three days of good dining in Singapore, the only thing I wanted to eat when I returned to KL was roti canai. Valentine Roti claims to serve the…

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  • Pisang Goreng Azmi

    by Bangsar Babe

    The goreng goreng stall at my old office canteen sells good pisang goreng and cucur bawang. I miss it, ever since my department moved to a new location. But the pisang goreng at the old place isn’t that great. It’s just convenient. Good pisang goreng is hard to come by…

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  • Kee’s Creampuffs

    by Bangsar Babe

    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…

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