If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times. If I had to choose a place to live (other than KL), Melbourne would definitely be on top of the list. Why? Aside from a thriving arts and culture scene, they’ve also got awesome coffee. And of course, food. Australians in general are big on food and wine, but Melbourne is on another level. … Continue reading Food Review: Lesa, Melbourne
Partygoers in Malaysia (and Singapore) will be familiar with Zouk – one of the biggest names in the Asian clubbing scene. In recent years, the brand has been moving towards more lifestyle-oriented offerings – which is why at Zouk Genting, they have a number of other outlets (besides the main club), such as the games lounge Redtail by Zouk, hiphop club Empire, and Redtail Karaoke. … Continue reading Food Review: “Vibe Dining” and Contemporary Chinese at FUHU @ Resorts World Genting
What’s better than barbecue? UNLIMITED BARBECUE. There’s nothing like the sizzle of fresh meat as it hits the grill, and the glisten of oil and juices over beautifully marbled slices of pork belly. You get all that, and more, at Rocku Yakiniku, a popular Japanese-style barbecue (yakiniku)joint located within 1 Utama Shopping Centre, Bandar Utama Petaling Jaya. Video here. Scroll to the bottom to read … Continue reading Review: Unlimited BBQ @ Rocku Yakiniku, 1 Utama Shopping Centre Petaling Jaya
Go on a gastronomical “island hopping” adventure with Native Kitchen, the latest islander-inspired restaurant to open at Village Hotel at Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore. Serving up wholesome and authentic cuisine from the tropics, the casual setting is ideal for sharing meals and conversation, over dishes that use fresh ingredients and culinary techniques to bring out their natural flavours. Under Executive Chef Patrice Godino’s direction, expect … Continue reading Go ‘Island Hopping’ At Native Kitchen @ Village Hotel, Sentosa Singapore
While not authentic by any stretch, there are many cheap and tasty ‘Japanese’ inspired outlets all over the Klang Valley, if you need a quick fix. One of these is Sukiya Tokyo Bowls and Noodles, which has recently opened up a branch in IOI Mall Puchong. Tucked along food street, the small albeit cosy establishment boasts hues of red, white and Japanese-inspired decor. They’re currently … Continue reading Review: Cheap Japanese Eats @ Sukiya Tokyo Bowls and Noodles, IOI Mall Puchong
What can you do with an old, disused saw mill? You turn it into the hottest, most happening food spot in town. At least, that’s what the folks at The Steamship Merchants have done with Swallow @ The Saw Emporium, located at Gat Lebuh Macallum in Georgetown, Penang. Open since November 2017, Swallow is a multi-concept culinary and lifestyle pop-up event, housed on the first … Continue reading Swallow @ The Saw Emporium – The Hottest Pop-Up Dining Joint in Penang Now Extended Til July 2018!
Ask any Puchong-ite about where to get poached chicken and chances are, you’ll be directed to Kong Sai Zai in Bandar Putri, Puchong. In the restaurant’s early days, they occupied just one corner shoplot, but have since extended to two, with an upstairs dining area to boot. The quality of the dishes has not changed much: a good thing, since many establishments lose their QC … Continue reading Review: Kong Sai Zai, Bandar Putri Puchong – Poached Chicken and Curry Ribs
Everyone who knows me knows that I have an insatiable appetite for fried chicken. MORESO fried chicken wings. So I was super psyched when I heard an American franchise, Wingstop, was finally making its way to Malaysian shores! They’ve been quite aggressive on their social media platforms, posting these amazing, juicy-looking pictures of ayam goreng hmm. I was so excited I decided to drive through bad after-work traffic … Continue reading American-Style Wings at Wingstop,The Curve, Mutiara Damansara