Tau Foo Fah & Soyamilk @ Dao, Puchong Jaya

Back when I was still working at the newspaper, I did a business story on the gentrification of street food; ie, well-loved local hawker favourites such as popiah, oh-chien and nasi lemak being repackaged and sold in a ‘nicer’ setting (comfortable, with air conditioning), to serve a younger crowd. This was back in 2014, when the trend was just starting to emerge. Fast forward seven … Continue reading Tau Foo Fah & Soyamilk @ Dao, Puchong Jaya

Online Cake Delivery by Cake Together

The fam and I aren’t big on birthday celebrations – we rarely even get cakes – but my colleagues in Singapore were kind enough to send me one when they heard it was my birthday. Thanks, guys! They used a service called Cake Together, which is like a marketplace for bakers. There are over 100 to choose from and they provide deliveries around the Klang … Continue reading Online Cake Delivery by Cake Together

Hong Kong-style Desserts @ Lou Gai Fong, Bandar Puchong Jaya

Hey guys! I hope you’re all keeping safe. After a lull of sorts, coronavirus cases have spiked again in Malaysia to over 400 cases at the time of this writing. Most of them are from the election which was held in Sabah recently. For some unfortunate reason, our government did not impose a mandatory quarantine for returnees to West Malaysia, and since people can’t be … Continue reading Hong Kong-style Desserts @ Lou Gai Fong, Bandar Puchong Jaya

Hilton Kuala Lumpur Celebrates The Mid-Autumn Festival with Royal Midnight Mooncake Series

The Mid-Autumn Festival is an important festival in Chinese culture. Also called the Mooncake Festival or the Lantern Festival, it is also celebrated in a few other East Asian countries, where it is known as Chuseok in Korea and Tsukimi in Japan. The festival falls on the 15th day of the 8th month according to the Chinese Lunar calendar, when the moon is believed to … Continue reading Hilton Kuala Lumpur Celebrates The Mid-Autumn Festival with Royal Midnight Mooncake Series

This Dessert Cafe in Puchong Serves Up Pillow-Soft Souffle Pancakes

First popularised in Japan, souffle pancakes are a gift to mankind.  (Okay, I’m exaggerating. But not by much). Bouncy, airy and soft as clouds (insert more adjectives here), these delectable creations are made with less flour and uses egg whites that have been whipped to a meringue, which is then gently folded into the batter. This gives the pancakes their signature fluffiness, and makes them … Continue reading This Dessert Cafe in Puchong Serves Up Pillow-Soft Souffle Pancakes

Where To Get Waffles in Puchong: Shelove Waffle Cafe, Bandar Puteri Puchong

Waffles are incredibly versatile. They come in a variety of flavours, from buttermilk and chocolate to pandan, and you can have them plain with syrup, or spruced up with ice cream, fruits and other toppings. You can also have them savoury, paired with fried chicken, salmon, eggs… the possibilities are endless. While Puchong has no shortage of cafes serving waffles, a good place to have … Continue reading Where To Get Waffles in Puchong: Shelove Waffle Cafe, Bandar Puteri Puchong