I confess that I’m not too familiar with Italian cuisine, other than the occasional prosciutto pizza at Enorme (purists will crucify me. Blasphemy!). And while commercial pizza and pasta joints are a dime a dozen in KL, most of these serve bastardised versions that will make any nonna weep – think ‘tom yum’ pizza or salted egg chicken spaghetti, lol. If you’re in for an … Continue reading Review: An Italian Affair @ Villa Danieli, Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur
Nowhere else in the world is a season so strongly associated to a particular bloom, than Japan and its beautiful cherry blossoms. And while the Japanese are undoubtedly excited about going to the park after work/on the weekend to enjoy the scenery, the rest of the world who a) haven’t been able to book their trips and b) can’t afford to travel will have to … Continue reading Food Review: Hanami High Tea @ Nobu Kuala Lumpur – Too Pretty To Be Eaten!
There are a few circumstances where I’d be able to afford a meal at the glitzy, glamourous five-star The Ritz Carlton Hotel Kuala Lumpur. a) I won the lottery b) Media review And then there’s c) : I got a voucher to dine there, like in this case. The initial plan was for the Moo and I to enjoy the three-course dinner for two, but we … Continue reading Review: 3-Course Dinner @ The Library, The Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur
With its laid back vibe and abundance of cheap, tasty street food, Ipoh is probably the last place you’d expect to find a fine dining restaurant of any kind. But despite having been here dozens of times since childhood, this city always finds a way to surprise me. Instead of the usual Chinese meal for Chinese New Year, my aunts arranged for something different – … Continue reading Review: 3-Course Western Dinner @ The Limestone’s Restaurant, Ipoh
A Continental fine dining restaurant seems like an unlikely place to find the world’s highest grade Miyazaki Wagyu Beef – but that’s exactly what diners will get at The Olive at Resorts World Genting. The award-winning establishment is the first in Malaysia to offer Miyazaki Wagyu – from the Miyazaki region in Japan – and only among a handful of restaurants around the world with such … Continue reading Review: World’s Highest Grade Miyazaki Wagyu Beef @ The Olive, Resorts World Genting
If you love Wagyu and happen to be in Singapore this November, then don’t miss out on an immersive, one-night only event at Fat Cow, to savour and learn more about some of Japan’s finest Wagyu beef, paired with sake, gin and wine from the region. Fat Cow is one of Singapore’s most exclusive steakhouses, specialising in bespoke meats – Japanese wagyu beef in particular. The … Continue reading One Night Only – Ohmi Wagyu Pairing Dinner @ Fat Cow, Singapore
Spring evokes new beginnings and cherry blossoms, and the transition between the old and the new. With this in mind, Lewin Terrace introduces a new Spring menu featuring opulent multi-course menus, that translates the essence of Japanese springtime through the use of seasonal ingredients. Chef de Cuisine Hiroyuki Shinkai actualises the concept of new beginnings and the crisp feeling of starting anew by centralising his new … Continue reading Lewin Terrace Singapore Introduces New Japanese Inspired Spring Menu
Beast & Butterflies, the award-winning social dining concept of M Social Singapore, enlivens its all-day dining programme with new Asian-fusion dishes, innovative cocktails, and a refreshed menu format designed to satiate all manner of creature comforts. As its name suggests, the restaurant’s revamped menu is divided between two categories—’Beast’ and ‘Butterflies’. The former features hearty, robust dishes brimming with bold flavours and textures; while the … Continue reading Beast & Butterflies @ M Social Singapore Pays Homage to Asian Flavours With New Menu