Tokyo Kitchen, Bandar Putri Puchong

Hey guys! Sorry for the lack of updates. Been busy at work, and what free time I have, I’ve been binging on Kitchen Nightmares episodes on Youtube. :x Watching Gordon Ramsay roast clueless restaurateurs is fun, but it’s also turned me off from eating outside ever again…. Just kidding. Eating out is inevitable. But it…

Cheap and Tasty Eats @ Marufuku Udon, Jaya One PJ

The other day, I was returning to the office after visiting the National Archives and decided to stop by at Jaya One for lunch.Wanted to get udon, but realised that the Sushi King there is an ‘Express’ outlet and doesn’t serve noodles :/. But as usual, the universe provides – and I stumbled on this…

The (Sinking) Ship @ PJ Centerstage

THE Ship, much like the (now over-commercialised) Coliseum Cafe, is an establishment that has been around for decades and a name that is synonymous with Western food. I’ve been to its Kuala Lumpur outlet (review here) and enjoyed the food/service, so I was looking forward to it when my officemates and I went to The…

Mak’s Chee Wonton Noodles, 1 Utama (Revisited)

Hey guys! So we’re already almost halfway through the year – how time flies! It feels like only yesterday that I drove all the way to 1Utama after work (braving the rush hour traffic) to Mak’s Chee, to try their opening promo – the limited edition Champion Milk Tea and cheesy fried wontons (review here).…

New Chapter by The Owls Cafe (Revisited)

It’s been some time since my first visit to New Chapter by The Owls Cafe at the Cavalry Convention Center in Bukit Jalil. Although the food is delish, the wait is long and the place is rather out of the way :D Over the long weekend, I was craving for their criss-cross fries, so I…

Sakae Sushi, IOI Mall

Ah, it’s great to be back! Been feeling under the weather these past few days after travelling abroad, and then was busy catching up with work so I haven’t had time to update this space. Anyway, the Australia trip is embargoed until the story is published in the magazine, so it might be a couple…

Wong Kok Char Chan Teng, Setiawalk Puchong

Despite it being one of the pioneers when Setiawalk Mall opened in Puchong, I’ve never been to the Wong Kok Char Chan Teng branch there. Maybe it’s the darkly lit interior, which doesn’t look as inviting as the boisterous Japanese and Korean restaurants clustered near the fountain area. S and I went to grab dinner…