• Foodeverywhere

    Eating is a mouthful of culture and knowledge. I believe one of the best ways to understand a culture is through their food. Like languages, eating customs are often culturally distinct and at the same time seeming strange and pointless to people of different backgrounds. At the same time, food also bring various personalities together. I enjoy sharing thoughts on different food so feel free to drop by my page with any suggestions and comments. Thank you for reading. May the world be blessed with food always…

Ola! Korean BBQ Garden @ Soho KL, Solaris Mont Kiara

  It isn’t easy coming up with the best place for Korean BBQ in Solaris Mont Kiara but Ola! Korean BBQ Garden in Soho KL is easily one with a good grill that delivers native tastes to the many Koreans here in Mont Kiara. On top of the wide range of meat that’s perfect for … Continue reading

Korean Chicken House @ Solaris Mont Kiara

  Fried chicken has been a favourite among chicken lovers of all ages. Here at the Korean chicken house Mont Kiara, you will probably find the best Korean fried chicken within Klang Valley. Chicken is extra crispy and fried in such a way that the skin is extremely tasty with the batter coated beautifully to … Continue reading

Pantree in Justlife Organic shop @ Semabok, Melaka

The Pantree Melaka (Semabok)   Melaka town is so small and with all the social networking, one may think that there is probably no secret in the city. As much as we love the Jonker street and merry crowd on festive and holiday seasons, we all sometimes need a bit of quiet and peacefulness. It … Continue reading

Korean delight @ Gangnam 88, Kota Damansara

  Gangnam 88’s long-standing reputation has not faltered – its BBQ offering maintains good standards and variety, and their staffs being friendly and helpful. It is set to revolutionise Korean dining with their fancy dishes for sure.  Here at the Kota Damansara outlet (I know, why not the Solaris Mont Kiara outlet when it’s within … Continue reading

Nasi Kukus Lejen @ Damansara Uptown

  Nasi kukus is probbaly one of the most eaten dish in the country. Whether it is lunch or dinner, or even breakfast, we love this dish very dearly indeed. Nasi kukus lejen at Damansara Upotwn is conveniently the place to seek this comfort dish. Serving in paper wrap instead of plates, the best way … Continue reading

Apgujeong Korean Restaurnat @ Solaris Mont Kiara

    Korean food in Solaris Mont Kiara has come a long way with plenty of creative trend, but BBQ stays authentically the staple favourite still among both the locals as well as the Korean expatriates. Meanwhile as the fried chicken and cheesy gimmick taking over the world (well Solaris Mont Kiara at least), this … Continue reading

Restaurant Kah Lok Economy Rice @ Puchong

  Restaurant Kah Lok in Puchong joins the neighbourhood as staple provider, offering both classic and some innovative dishes to impress diners; especially when the lineup is offering such an incredible amount of choices.     There is no way we could have sampled everything so we started with a few at random pick. For … Continue reading

Huo Lu Ai Korean BBQ @ Setiawalk Puchong

  Huo Lu Ai at Setiawalk Puchong serves Korean style BBQ with a standard serving of side dishes and some popular ala carte Korean dishes. If you fancy feasting on delicious grilled meat and kimchi whilst downing shots of soju or sipping from glasses of beers with comfy and relaxing ambiance, then this is the … Continue reading

Delicious local favourites @ Basikal, Bangsar

  This quiet rooftop cafe, also another one of Bangsar’s hole in the wall has been operating under the radar for a while now. Serving warung like home cooked dishes, Makan at The Basikal is one of the coolest hangout places with steeped stairways through a back alleyway with unknown drips and cars parked recklessly. … Continue reading

Chicken Up @ Subang Jaya, SS 15

  Fried chicken happened to not only be a cult fave in Korea but also one of my all time favourite. When Singapore’s leading chicken house (Chicken Up) made their debut in SS15 Subang Jaya, I never hesitated to visit them. Interior was very hipster and comfortable with vibrant colours and very friendly staffs.   … Continue reading

Village BBQ Steamboat @ Puchong

  Designed to provide both hot pot and BBQ simultaneously, Village Steamboat in Puchong is one place not to be overlooked when scouting for a joyful dinner experience. The thing about hot pot and BBQ is also the togetherness and conversations over the cooking time. What makes this halal (pork-free) restaurant stand out is the … Continue reading

Yee Kee Yong Tau Fu House @ SS14 Subang Jaya

  Yee Kee Yong Tau Fu House is one of the latest additions to the blooming Chinese restaurants in SS14 neighbourhood shoplot. The yong tau fu serving here is indeed pretty authentic if not the best of Hakka yong tau fu in town.     Unlike the usual fish paste-stuffed yong tau foo, hakka yong … Continue reading