Food as I always said is a way of exploiting fascinating creation from an origin or a culture. Culinary histories are very closely influenced and explained by the geographic and demographic revolutions. The national cuisine of any country would normally have evolved through centuries of social and political changes. And as time elapsed, fusions and mixtures re-create the amazing art of culinary to another level, almost like exchanging ideas and evolving through creativity with limitless boundaries.
Like the warmth of summer, I radiate joy and optimism and I truly believe that food is a part it. I believe that good food can come from anywhere and everywhere and I appreciate all food as well as the effort of those preparing and making them. 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, seeming strange and pointless to people of other backgrounds but at the same time, bringing strangers of different backgrounds together.
No doubt food brings people together like a harmony of nature, it is also always important to remember and be thankful, for we are blessed with victual and happiness from the availability of good food on our table.
Sharing thoughts on different food is what I enjoy doing and feel free to drop by my page with any suggestions and comments. Thank you for reading. May the world be blessed with food always… Cheers~
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I’m Hibriyah from marketing for Toast Box brand. We would like to do a food review for our new Raya food products. We’re wondering if you’re interested to join our food tasting event, tentatively on 20th June 2019, 11.30AM to 2.00PM. If yes, I will share further details with you. Looking forward to your reply. Thank you 🙂
Dear Hibriyah, thank you for leaving this comment, Please have details emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, the blog has got a new host at http://www.foodeverywhere.net. You can also contact me on the new site! Thank you. I look forward to hearing from you soon. 🙂
Hi, I would appreciate if you could review all the restaurants around Plaza Damansara. There’s so many. I like your unbiased approach to how you blog about places and give your readers the real deal and not some fluff piece.
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Love your blog! 🙂
I would like to enquire if you could write a review about my restaurant/food. I own an Indian Restaurant called Mallika’s Restaurant in Bukit Jalil. We serve authentic,delicious, Indian food. We are open 7 days a week form 10:00am – 10:00pm.
Our adress – 5-10-G, Jalan Jalil Perkasa 14,Aked Esplanad, Bukit Jalil,
57000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Our website is http://www.mallikasrestaurant.com
Kindly reply at your earliest convenience.
+60 3-8998 1718
Hello there Robert,
I love Indian food!
Please drop me email at email@example.com and I will allocate a possible slot for your restaurant asap.
Have a lovely day ahead.
Hi , maybe you can come to visit our outlets Hangout Station -Hock Kee Confectionery which is located at Hatten 3rd Floor Link Bridge and another outlet at Jonker Street No.97 .
We provided freshly baked pastry in Melaka , hope you can come for a visit and have a try with our freshly baked pastry .
I hope our outlet will have the honour to be part of your blog . You can contact our people incharge 0123192463(Mr Tan) for more details .
Thanks you .
Hi Soo Yin,
Food is definitely about culture and knowledge. I would like to have you dine at Gongura Cyberjaya and try our Heritage Hyderabad Dum Biryani.
Let us know your experience for authentic Indian Heritage food. And do ask for the Mint Lime Energizer to go with that 🙂
Hope you and your friend enjoy the meal. Best time is weekend lunch as weekdays it finishes fast within the hour.
Hi, #KambingGrill would like to invite you to taste our Australian lamb shoulder, marinated with home-made honey based sauce, grilled to perfection! And it is a street food. We will be at foodiefest @thestrand kota damansara on 2&3 of April 2016.
Just introduce yourself as good blogger from food everywhere and we will let u to have the one hot from the grill!!
Till then, cious.
Dear Rizzal, thank you for your kind invitation.
My name is Jeff Lam. We have just started a cafe selling both local and western food in Setia Alam, Shah Alam. I would like to invite you to come over to our humble cafe for a food test and review. We hope our cafe will have the honour to be part of your famous blog. I can be reached at 012-3950850. Thank you so much and see you soon 🙂
Please feel free to visit our Facebook at Papapeoh cafe.
Dear Jeff, thank you very much for those kind words. Of course I am absolutely more than glad to visit your cafe asap. Do drop me an email and we would try our best on our side to schedule a time for you. Thank you.
You really need to work on your English. You may think using the thesaurus makes you appear more fluent in the language, but your grammar and your choice of words is really terrible.
Thanks for the advice.
hi Soo Yin
i would like to invite you the korean restaurant, and plz reply for me if you are interested , the restaurant is kind of Korean style pub serving fancy Korean food
thank you very much
Hello, thank you for your invitation. Please email me details at firstname.lastname@example.org . I’ll arrange a trip to your restaurant for sure.
Hi, I would like to invite you to WEIL hotel, Ipoh on 8 December 2015, next Tuesday for the Christmas Preview Buffet. Just want to know are you available on that day? If you ok, I will pass your details to my supervisor to contact you. Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.
Hello there, thank you for commenting. Unfortunately I have already a prior commitment scheduled on the 8th. I will keep you all on the list and would gladly drop by whenever I’m visiting Ipoh.
We would like to invite you to write a food review for our restaurant named Lucky King Bun which is located in Seremban. Pls advise. Thanks.
Hello there Vincent, thanks for reading. For advertorial engagements, please email all details to email@example.com. Thank you.
Would like to invite you to come over to our new outlet called the Teddie Bear Cafe (TBC) in Terminal Pahlawan Melaka.
Hope to hear from you soon. TQ
Hello Desmond, thanks for the invitation. I look forward to checking out your new outlet. Do drop me more details at my inbox :firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Hai.i would like to feature my new restaurant.Hope to hear it from you soon.Thx
Hi Frizy, you are welcome to drop me an email at anytime.
Hi Soo Yin
Your blog is excellent…
If you free i invited you to my cafe have a great Vietnamese coffee , Banh Mi Baguette Sandwich and other Vietnam home-town food.
Thank you for your kind words. If you scroll through, you’d see that we’ve already reviewed your cafe just right before your invite. I certainly like the fresh baked baguette very much. I would for sure return for more.
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You left a couple of LIKES on our blog – thank you very much – so I thought I’d check you out. Boy, would I like to be following you around for awhile. I’ve never been to Asia, although I love all kinds of regional Asian cuisine and you seem to encounter a lot of interesting stuff. I’ll be back. Ken
Hi Soo Yin
would like to invite you for a restaurant relaunch party in Publika
Do drop me a msg if you are interested
Thank you in advance. I also replied to your mailbox on your page. =)
Thanks for your likes on my posts, sycookies! Have you visited the DPRK (aka North Korea) before, or do you have plans to?
You are welcome. I have not been there, but for some reason it’s something about that place that interest me. And those posts you published are really interesting, so thank you for sharing them. Given the opportunity, I will pay a visit just to have a look and to experience the culture.
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