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    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…

Cooking Demonstration with In Style Hong Kong (Hong Kong Trade Development Council) by Hong Kong Celebrity, Luk Ho Miing

  Being one of Asia’s most important financial hub, Hong Kong has always been known to be the most prominent business city in Asia. Characterized by the trade of business, lifestyle element and the high economic resilience in general, living standard in Hong Kong is growing rapidly in proportional to its economic growth- it is … Continue reading

Iban delicacies at the Bawang Assan Longhouse Village

  The Bawang Assan Longhouse Village is one of the oldest Iban settlements in Sibu that welcomes tourists to experience their culture and heritage. To get to the village, one can choose to travel by road or the boat and we travelled on the river for the serenity and beautiful riverside views as we cruise … Continue reading

Green but tasty Smoothie Bowl

  Food intake and energy expenditure are balanced by homeostatic system that maintains our body fat content and this system can be overridden by stressful stimuli, thus the choices of our eating habit at times (aka de-stress with food). I know, I know… binging is bad..   A huge portion of our dietary practices are … Continue reading

Food Culture of Sibu, Sarawak

  Sibu, Sarawak has never been the on my top 10 list but it should have been for the charm of the beautiful cultural diversity and the insight of the heritage and tradition of this gorgeous state. The experience has transformed perspective on people as I experience the cultures during my visit, when I decided … Continue reading

Solomen Cafe @ SS 2

  From ramen bowls made with long simmer pot bone broth, simple soy sauce based soup, or miso to rice bowls with delicious pork slices; we can now get our Japanese comfort meal fix in Solomen Cafe at SS2. There is not only an assortment of steaming bowls of thin wheat noodles in broth, but … Continue reading

Fifth Palate @ Kota Damansara celebrates Malaysia Day with Nasi Lemak

Fifth Palate @ Kota Damansara   If there is one dish that represents Malaysia and if that particular dish must fit into any meal of the day (all breakfast, lunch and dinner); then it would inevitably be the nasi lemak for sure. And with the celebration of Merdeka and Malaysia day in August and September … Continue reading

New Asian favourites at the Forum KL @ Desa Sri Hartamas

At the Forum KL, western dishes have mainly dominated the menu and Instagram feeds ever since the cafe wave bloomed in the local food scene, including popular brunch selections. Remaining some western touches on the menu, the Forum KL recently launches the best of comfort food, showcasing Asian interpretations of soulful dishes. For the starters … Continue reading

Di Wei Chinese Cusine @ Empire Hotel Subang

  Di Wei at Empire Hotel Subang really should have gotten more limelight amongst chinese cusine lover. Led by Chef Thian, the restaurant is taking pride in their new menu with plenty of sous vide dishes. Commonly a technique used aplenty in Western cooking, this technique is rare in preparation of chinese cuisine. Missing a … Continue reading

Nasi Lemak Burger @ Agak Agak, APW Bangsar

  It was very well expected that many other variations would naturally pop up after the big success of the McDonald’s regional menu in Singapore. Nasi Lemak Burger has know reached us and in conjunction with the upcoming national day and Malaysia day, local cafes and eateries are all coming up with their own renditions … Continue reading

Celebrating Malaysia with mooncake and duck at the Renaissance KL

  The month of August has plenty of reason for celebration and Renaissance is celebrating Malaysia with a symphony of flavours at the Dynasty Restaurant. In conjunction with the upcoming 60th Merdeka Day, executive sous Chef Kok Chee Kin’s Signature Peking duck is available for dinner at RM 60.60 nett per bird with any main … Continue reading

3 Simple Steps that Saves You Time and Lunch Money

    Ever wonder how to enjoy lunch at work without much hassle? Here are the 3 Simple Steps that Saves You Time and Lunch Money by TrySmartBite     What’s the first thing that comes to mind every single day once the clock ticks for lunch time? We always hear these words that comes … Continue reading

Everything You Need to Know About Durian

We know how some people are frenzy and fanatical when when it comes to durian but is what is that everything else that we need to know? Here is another good read by Helen Trickle who has previously blogged as a guest here on Foodeverywhere. This article is plenty of what else you don’t know … Continue reading