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My co-workers and I ate at Good Golly Miss Molly, Millenium Square, PJ again and this time I ordered the duck pasta for MYR15 nett. Too al-dente. Softer would be nice for me.
The Tokyo Restaurant is a destination for contemporary flavours with Japanese essence, where quality meets light-heartedness. The dining experience presents treats for your palate and soul. The flavours journey begins at the heart of Kuala Lumpur, a melting pot different races and cultures closely interwined. It is a living room for the city, that connects you with friends & family.
Verdict: 1. Be prepared for spending at least RM50 per pax, but the food and experience here are totally worth every penny spent. 2. Excellent food quality and taste although the menu may be quite limited for some. 3. The search is over, I can have my most favourite cheesecake here! The Cheesecake is the No.1 must-try item here. Will definitely be back for more, but it’d be even better if I can have a whole cake for my birthday!
Backed by 60 years of rich history, Nam Heong Ipoh stands renowned for preserving the timeless flavours of Ipoh’s culinary heritage while delivering impeccable service. Through the years, Nam Heong has continually captivated the hearts of many near and far, en route to becoming one of the most iconic F&B brands in Malaysia as well as Asia.
Previously we just get takeaways from Nam Heong. This time we dined in after waiting for about 15 minutes for seats.
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Now, you have more reasons to visit TEMPTationS, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel as the restaurant launches their brand new all-day-dining menu! With over 50 food items to choose from, diners will definitely be spoilt with delicious choices from local to Asian, Western and fusion delights which are proud creation by talented chefs in Renaissance KL.
Specialty char siew and sui gau wanton mee stall since 1955
During our meal, I noticed a steady stream of elderly folks here. Maybe this older generation is familiar with the good ol' wantan mee taste back in 1996 (before the original owners retired) and are happy to be able to savour it again. However, my experience with this four-decade old wantan mee with a 62-years history ended with me not liking their speciality of wanton mee, char siew and sui kow (which they're famous for) as much. Let's just say the char siew isn't their strong suit. It's funny how a place didn't wow me with their signature dishes but with something else. If I had to rate my favourites, it'd be the lion head meatball noodles first followed by the homemade Chinese pork & liver sausage rice and fried sui kow! ^o^ These, I felt, were the better bets here (at least for me).
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Saturday Night Vibes – an amazing evening of good food, fun and music starts from 6pm to 10pm at RM168nett per person. A beverage package is also available at RM88nett (which includes an Aperol Spritz, a light-hearted cocktail of prosecco, Aperol and soda & applies to diners of Saturday Night Vibes only) while the 1-for-1 Happy Hour is available from 9.30pm to 11pm – selected draft beers, house wines and cocktails are served.
Malaysia Day Celebration is just around the corner. I was lucky to be invited to Grand BlueWave Hotel Shah Alam (GBWHSA) Malaysia Day 2017 High Tea Buffet Promotion in conjunction with the national celebration on 16th September 2017 next month. Chef Firdaus bin Ismail and his team have specially curated a wide array of Malaysia's famous cuisine from each state around the country to tempt your palate. Buffet Pricing Price : RM 68.00+ (Adult) RM 55.00+ (Senior Citizen) 60 years above RM 35.00+ (Children) 4 – 11 years old Date: 16th September 2017 (Saturday) Time: 12.00 noon – 4.00 pm
We started with bakery and now we extended a fusion restaurant.
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Located in the heart of George Town, Penang, Lavish Fusion Bakery offers customers a gourmet delight with the launch of its new Minilicious Menu. In its launching party recently, this non-halal bakery cum cafe stormed the social media with members of press and media posting their visits on the day along with the inventive and joyful offerings.
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It's always fun to have a quick getaway from the bustling city center and get closer to nature; if you agree with this statement, then make sure Kulim Forest Restaurant on your to-visit-list. Deep in the heart of Kulim, Kulim Forest Restaurant is tucked away behind the residential of Kampung Padang Tembak; once you have turned into the residential area (full of one-storey terrace houses), follow the signage and you will find yourself at a place surrounded by serene neighborhood with a man-made pool in the middle. Every corner offers a good photo opportunity, the atmosphere is most relaxed and the surrounding is picturesque. There is no written menu at Kulim Forest Restaurant but the server will recommend the freshest catch of the day. Fresh water produce is commonly served here, with a range of familiar Chinese dishes... reasonable price points if you must know.
The latest addition to the Chinese F&B outlets serving only authentic Chinese dishes is the New Village Chinese Restaurant. Located at Plaza OUG, the bustling suburban along Old Klang Road, this newly opened Chinese restaurant, not only serves authentic local Chinese cuisine but also offers an exciting new mixed of nostalgic and fusion cooking using the freshest village ingredients to entice your taste buds. The restaurant is fast making a name for itself with it's unique and interesting dish fit for a king or rather an Emperor - New Village Signature Beggar Chicken.
Putien restaurant serves Heng Hwa (or Xing Hua) cuisine, a regional specialty that has its roots traced to Putian, a beautiful coastal town located in the Fujian province of China.
A few days before I visited Pu Tien at Gardens with my friends, I ate lunch there with my spouse on a weekend. I over ordered and had to take the whole portion of fried rice home for dinner.
Come socialize, celebrate or simply escape over good food, fine wines and fun friends.
With so many esteemed outlets flourishing ever since the new extension of Pavilion KL shopping mall came alive, various F&B brands also starts pouring in on top of the potpourri of specialties shops, departmental stores, jewellery and timepieces, fashions, urban leisures and many more. And among them is the stylish ACME Bar & Coffee, located at the third floor of the shopping mall’s covered promenade, just slightly further up from Michelangelo's (my fave Italian pit stop)
Kiss The Tiramisu, the popular ice cream shop from Seoul, has officially launched in Sunway Pyramid. It is a hit with locals and tourists alike, as it fuses yummy tiramisu with soft serve ice cream.
Madam Lee's serves up the sumptuous Hock Chew dessert and delicious Hock Chew comfort food. When she cooks, her family and neighbours salivate! Her son, Jacky, being proud of his mother’s cooking, set up Hock Kee to showcase his mother’s recipes and style of cooking so that everyone can savour his mother’s wonderful cooking. Hock Chew are a people who hailed from Foo Chow, China, settling predominantly in Sarawak and Sitiawan on the Peninsular side and who has a unique type of food. The must-try are Hock Chew fish ball, Chinese red wine and vinegar noodle and Hock Chew peanut soup, a traditional dessert served on the 3rd day of Chinese Lunar New Year.
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Growing up in a small town that is near to Sitiawan Perak, Summergirl get introduced to Fook Chow food since she was young. Fook Chow Guang Bing, Ang Jiu Mi Sua, Hock Chew Fish Balls, Hock Chew Peanut Soup – these are all her favourite Hock Chew dishes.