Dinner at La Vie en Rose with Yves Cuilleron from Rhone Valley


You won’t believe, with whom I’ve just had dinner. Am still a bit star struck but will try to pull myself together to write this post. Cured foie gras, with poached pears and aged balsamic Last weekend, we had the pleasure of meeting Yves Cuilleron over dinner at the French restaurant La Vie en Rose, […]

Le Cordon Bleu Certified!

“Remember, Remember the Ninth of November, the hot oven, the sweat of the onion and seared duck. I know of no reason why the hot oven, onion and duck should ever be forgot” – adapted from V for Vendetta/Guy Fawkes 9th November, I braced the infamous Sunway-Subang afternoon traffic jams to rush to Sunway Le […]

Daniel Boulud Bistro Moderne

Given what little time I had in Singapore, I had to work fast. I had been given a ‘must eat list’ by Singapore gourmands, Camemberu, Keropokman and LadyIronChef. The one synonymous name that came popping up was DB’s. Originally from Lyon, France, Chef Daniel Boulud had finally opened shop at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. Why […]

Bistro à Table – Degustation

Bistro a Table is housed in a modestly sized space and its splashes of vintage French posters, sparse furnishings, low-hanging modern decorations and lazy French vocals played throughout the night, inspires a certain Gallic joie de vivre. Chef-proprietor Isadora Chai’s occasionally wacky but always cutting-edge cooking at Bistro a Table, is well regarded by food […]

Bistro à Table @ Section 17

I think it’s a bad thing that Bistro à Table is only a stone’s throw from our place. The temptation to eat there is just too great, and I feel no remorse when I say that I might actually be dining there again tonight, with my parents and the husband. The last time I came, […]

Bistro à Table

Growing up as part of the MYF (Methodist Youth Fellowship) kids, I remember we came in all shapes, sizes and with different talents too. We had different roles in this youth group but most of the time we were just boisterous kids looking for new ways to vent our extra energy. Well, some things never […]

Nathalie’s Gourmet Studio

Biolyn Solaris Dutamas, Jalan Dutamas 1, Kompleks Kerajaan, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Why do I love eating at Nathalie’s? Well this post, is one of my favorite posts on why this charming restaurant has won a place in my heart. There is no denying that Nathalie Arbefeuille has made a name for herself in the industry by pushing the boundaries of normality in cuisine preparation. In about […]


Why does this place get under my skin? Because I really like the Chef and what he stands for. If you dine here, your meal will consist of whatever the chef “feels” like cooking for the day.. and considering Chef Max has impeccable taste, I feel like I am in good hands!  Millesime is really […]

Chef Max of Millesime.. a sneak preview

Millesime opens its doors tomorrow, Monday the 18th of October.. Its first wine dinner on Wednesday the 20th of October… Word it to your mates.. Add: Millesime, G1-01-3, Level G1 Menara Kencana Petroleum, Solaris Dutamas No. 1, Jalan Dutamas 1 50480 Kuala Lumpur Operation hours are from 12pm-12am Call now for reservations: +603- 6211 0648 […]

I heart Macaron

video via Wall Street Journal.com I just watched this video on Wall Street Journal dot com which really got me thinking.. The once classy, elite French confection called the Macaron which use to only be available in Ladurée and Pierre Hermé, Paris, is now starting to show up in low-end places like Starbucks and McDonald’s […]

La Vie En Rose @ Frangipani

fran·gi·pan·i (frnj-pn, -pän) n. pl. fran·gi·pan·is 1. Any of the shrubs or small trees that make up the genus Plumeria, in the dogbane family, native to the New World tropics and widely cultivated as ornamentals. 2. The white-edged, yellow flowers of the Mexican frangipani (P. rubra acutifolia) are a popular component of the Hawaiian lei. […]

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