Spices – Indian Claypot Rice (Sattisoru) @ Restoran Try To Eat, Rawang

Claypots have been used in traditional cooking for centuries and across many different cultures. It is said that the porous quality of clay helps to retain the food’s nutritional value, whilst also giving the dish an earthy aroma and deeper flavours. Here in Malaysia, claypot chicken rice is very popular among the Chinese diaspora. It… Read More Spices – Indian Claypot Rice (Sattisoru) @ Restoran Try To Eat, Rawang

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

(Update: This cafe is permanently closed). 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… Read More Hong Kong-style Desserts @ Lou Gai Fong, Bandar Puchong Jaya

MUSASHI: Music From The East – A One Night Only Performance In Kuala Lumpur

Curious about the sounds of traditional Japanese music? Four master musicians will be in town on February 11 for MUSASHI: Music From The East – a one-night only performance at Rex KL. Here exclusively on invitation by The Japan Foundation Kuala Lumpur, the four are Nobuto Yamanaka on the tsugaru-shamisen (a three-stringed instrument with a… Read More MUSASHI: Music From The East – A One Night Only Performance In Kuala Lumpur

DIY Batik For Just RM10! @ Batik Canting, Fahrenheit 88 Kuala Lumpur

Originally from Indonesia, batik is an ancient textile art that involves dyeing cloth with a wax-resist technique. It also refers to the textile itself, which often features beautiful patterns and motifs which differ from region to region. Malaysian batik is markedly different from its Indonesian counterpart; with larger, simpler patterns and a preference for floral… Read More DIY Batik For Just RM10! @ Batik Canting, Fahrenheit 88 Kuala Lumpur