Review: Thai Hou Sek, 1 Utama – Thai Food With A Twist

You need to understand Cantonese to get the cheeky wit behind Thai Hou Sek‘s name. Tai is a homonym for ‘very/too much’, and hou sek means delicious. It can therefore be translated as ‘too delicious’, or simply, ‘Thai food is delicious’. Ignoring the semantics, Thai Hou Sek prides itself in Thai food with a Chinese… Read More Review: Thai Hou Sek, 1 Utama – Thai Food With A Twist

Cheesy Wontons! @ Mak’s Chee Authentic Wonton, 1 Utama

I was blog surfing recently when I came across an entry on Mak’s Chee, a new outlet in 1Utama Shopping Mall selling ‘authentic’ Hong Kong-style wontons and wonton noodles. They were having a limited time only promotion for new snacks; namely cheese-stuffed deep fried wontons and Muscular Man Milktea. The pictures looked so inviting that… Read More Cheesy Wontons! @ Mak’s Chee Authentic Wonton, 1 Utama