Bakkwa (also known as rougan) is the Chinese version of jerky, consisting of flattened pieces of dried meat seasoned with sugar, salt and spices. It is very popular among the Chinese community in Malaysia and Singapore, and although you can get it all year round, it is most commonly eaten during the Lunar New Year. We also prepare it differently here; ie cooking the meat … Continue reading Easy 4-Step Bakkwa Puffs
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
At first glance, Tanjung Sepat looks like any sleepy fishing town – boats docked by the river mouth, narrow roads flanked by wooden homes, quaint flower gardens and vegetable patches. Venture further in to Lorong 4, however, and you’ll find a bustling area where you can find all sorts of delicious delicacies, from handmade paus to local snacks.Villagers have made the area into a food … Continue reading What To Eat In Tanjung Sepat : Handmade Pau, Coffee, Cendol and Snacks
I’m pretty thankful for the job I have and the experiences it affords me. I mean, it’s not everyday one gets to meet, let alone have a sushi Masterclass with a celebrity chef like Nobu Matsuhisa. Known for his unusual approach of combining traditional Japanese techniques with Peruvian ingredients, the 70-year-old restaurateur has several restaurants (and hotels) around the world bearing his name, all frequented … Continue reading Review: Nobu Kuala Lumpur’s “Ode To Nobu” Omakase Menu + Sushi Masterclass With Chef Nobu Himself!