Milo Chicken Chop @ Cheese Banjir, Desa Pandan KL

Impossible is nothing. Now you can try the first ever Milo Chicken Chop at Cheese Banjir restaurant. This is probably one of the craziest mashups in the history of Malaysian food. If you think this is weird, you are not wrong but there have been plenty of instances where chocolate or cocoa powder was used […]

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Hana Tei Japanese Restaurant @ Bangsar, KL

Good news Bangsar folks! A new Japanese restaurant has popped up on Lorong Ara Kiri 2, Lucky Garden (same row as the famous coffee shops). What sets Hana Tei apart? We investigate for you. At first glance, Hana Tei looks like a cozy family-style restaurant where both young and elderly getting together at one table […]

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5 Elements Pop-Up Experience @ Lafite, Shangri-la Hotel KL

What’s your element? The five elements of Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water are believed to be the fundamental elements of the interactions that occur in the universe. The elements keep each other in check, creating a harmonious balance of force. This is similiar to the world world of cuisine where ingredients can be artfully […]

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Nasi Ayam Golek Opposite MINDEF, KL

We discovered a good ayam golek recently called Tokwan Nasi Ayam Golek and it’s located right opposite MINDEF (Ministry Of Defence Malaysia). Although MINDEF’s staff make up the bulk of their customers make up the bulk of their customers, they also command a following of loyal customers who have known Tokwan from the day he […]

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Tapas Club @ Pavilion KL

We never thought much of Spanish cuisine until we visited Spain. We were blown away. The paella we had was amazing, not to mention the pintxos/tapas. Tapas Club is one of the most talked about Spanish restaurant in town. Located at the Dining Loft of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Tapas Club is the first outlet in […]

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Ah Heng Australian Oxtail Beef Noodle @ Jalan Ipoh, KL

Jalan Ipoh has a good concentration of hawker food and Ah Heng’s beef noodle is one of them. The most essential ingredient to his Taiwanese-influenced is a master broth that has been simmering continuously at their home. It is then used to prepare the beef noodle’s broth by adding huge chunks of Australian Oxtail and […]

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Best Shabu Shabu Buffet in KL – Kurata Japanese Fine Dining

3 years ago I mentioned that Kurata Japanese Fine Dining‘s RM120 eat-all-you-can Wagyu shabu shabu was too good to be true. If you didn’t jump on the chance to try it then, you would be kicking yourself because the price has more than doubled to RM250. Currently, most shabu shabu buffets in KL are priced […]

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WURST KL, MOV Hotel: Slides Down to a Modern Deli Restaurant

Just 2 minutes walk from Bukit Bintang street art, we discovered a really lovely yet noteworthy dining place called WURST KL, hidden at the lower ground floor of MOV Hotel Kuala Lumpur. WURST is prides for their homemade gourmet sausage, alongside with homemade meatballs, fresh pastas, authentic haggis, mussels and all things delicious. And yay, […]

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Wild Honey @ Pavilion KL

Wild Honey @ Pavilion KL is every brunch lover’s dream. Recently, they have just introduced a bigger and better menu that offers a range of all day dining options, along side with their classic all-day breakfast items. On the weekends, it is a great place to enjoy a long lazy brunch in such a buzzing […]

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Mooncake Treasures by Mandarin Oriental KL

Mid Autumn Festival that is celebrated on the 15th day of the eighth month in the traditional lunar calendar is one of my favourite festivals. Families gather for dinner, lanterns are seen everywhere, and people enjoy staring at the bright full moon while having aptly named moon cakes as desserts. This year, Mandarin Oriental’s decadent, […]

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