HO HO Steamboat, Cheras on a regular weekday.

  Some of the best time to enjoy the hotpot is when the temperature drops, or whenever it gets chilly after the rain. That happens most of the time but hotpot lovers really don’t regard that as factors for them crave and love for steamboat or hotpots. Malaysians crave steamboat all year round, but I … Continue reading

Restoran Hua Mui @ Johor

Restoran Hua Mui @ Johor , Are they still the best in 2018?   Although it may, at first glance, seem a particularly right choice to hop on the bandwagon and just go right ahead with most websites raving and claiming how Restoran Hua Mui is the must visit when in Johor Bahru (JB), I … Continue reading

Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion     The decor might be simple and even maybe borderline close to sloppy, but comfort dining is rest assured. Don’t expect contemporary and bold fusion but do prep yourself for some authentic Thai fire and superb cooking including stalwarts like tomyam and padthai. They have always been one of … Continue reading

Bento Senya Express @ Plaza Mont Kiara

  Bento Shop Senya Express at Plaza Mont Kiara is one that provides quick to go meals. It is a takeaway-friendly cubbyhole with a cashier counter to place your order and some semi ready made to-go lunch boxes placed side by side one another on their refrigerator racks, all inside a limited space lot. Making … Continue reading

Pim’s & the Rama at Aman Suria Damansara

Pim’s &the Rama at Aman Suria Damansara   Talk about a pure satisfaction of tomyam and thai fare: Pim’s &the Rama at Aman Suria must be the one that comes into mind when it comes to mixes tongue-basting Thai soup in a Korean hot pot lookalike serving. Unlike conventional Thai restaurants, their first operating outlet … Continue reading

Hisho Japanese Cuisine at DC Mall

Hisho Japanese Cuisine at DC Mall   Whether is it a one-dish wonders or some pap baiting sashimi platter, Hisho Japanese Cuisine at DC Mall got it covered with some of the very decent Japanese fare. in fact, this sleek contemporary Japanese restaurant is more than worth your time: the interior are pretty cosy to … Continue reading

Lockers and loft at Damansara Kim (2018 New menu)

  For a place with such good reputation for its food and cocktails, and entering celebrating its second anniversary, the Locker and Loft is refreshingly cosy: classy furniture, neat tableware, and a handsome bar counter lined with whiskies, ales, beers, cocktails and a good list of wine varietal. It has a hidden entrance but upon … Continue reading

Babe x Cuca

  Chef Kevin Cherkas of the famed Cuca Restaurant in Bali and Chef Jeff Ramsey of Babe Kuala Lumpur came together as one for the most interesting culinary experience this month. Think Japanese meets Spanish over 20 canapes and 4 wines to pair, with one of the best views in KL and some groovy music … Continue reading

Guess What Vietnamese restaurant @ Kota Damansara

  Vietnamese chain and standalone restaurants are getting more and more popular in our local food scene with the latest and my most recent favourite, Guess What? at the Kota Damansara. No need to actually guess it, cause that’s the name of this Vietnamese restaurant. Don’t ask me. But there’s all the classic Vietnamese dishes … Continue reading

Revisited Chir Chir Malaysia @ Pavilion

  The existence of Korean fried chicken has added twists to the traditional fried chicken options in our daily lives. While some flavours and tastes come together with memories from childhood and nostalgia, it is always good to know there are more places with fancier choice of fried chicken fix. Korean fried chicken houses in … Continue reading

October Japanese Restaurant @ Johor

  To celebrate the Chinese New Year, the symbolic raw fish salad is a must have at any dining table during the festive season. And to make sure you get the greatest satisfaction when it comes to those sashimi, October Japanese restaurant in Johor features fresh seafood ingredients in the form of colourful prosperity platters … Continue reading

Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar

  Call it Lou Sang, Lou Hei, or even Yu Sang, otherwise also known as the prosperity toss is the always a centerpiece of a typical Chinese New Year banquet feast. Things are not any different here at the Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar. Best to kick off the meal, this delightful mix of salad and … Continue reading