Buffalo wings are at their best when eaten by the dozen, accompanied by beer and the sports channel at the pub. Alternatively, great cocktails also do them buffalo wings justice, so long as they are made right, with a tangy kick to cut the grease. Sometimes I like my buffalo wings with a glass of […]
Star gazing… Moon gazing… and dinner at the Moon Bar. What an unusual name. It kind of conjured up images of werewolves and things that go bump in the night, coming out to play. But far from being creepy, we found that this latest gastro pub on the Plaza Damansara strip, served rather nice, unpretentious […]
Honey colored wood walls stretch high to the sky at Cellar Door, dampening music and conversation. An equally handsome wooden floor and soft incandescent lighting create a subterranean ambience akin to a monk’s cheese cellar. Softly illuminated in the room’s center is a long bar that dominates one side of the dining room and is […]
If someone told you that you could have 5 margarita’s for RM80 bucks, you would probably shake your head in disbelief.. Not only that, that you could have the most addictive crispy bacon, the darkest, smoothest most mysterious *beer, *Erdinger Weissbier ‘dark’ is a rich and smooth wheat beer specialty from Erdinger Weissbräu. The dark […]
de·cant·er (d-kntr) A vessel used for decanting, especially a decorative bottle used for serving wine. a stoppered bottle into which a drink is poured for serving ox·tail (äks′tāl′) noun: the tail of an ox, steer, or cow, esp. when skinned and used in soup/stew. flash (fl’ esh) v. flashed, flash·ing, flash·es v.intr. 1. To burst […]
Decanter section 17… great for bloody mary’s, graveyards… and killing time whilst waiting for the traffic jam to subside, en route to dinner Full set dinner on Fridays and Sats, with a ”drink-all- you-can drink” menu. RM68 per head. Not bad if you guzzle like a fish..
Twas.. LARRY… CURLY … and MOE…. and moi…. and la fille… (ah.. tres jolie..!) that oh-so-cute-and friendly waitress with MENU on t-shirt… at… The George and Dragon.. ! Dragons lived in the early records of the British Isles, and stand as ominous shades in the history of english folklore, especially where the population is predominantly […]