Back to Sin Hiap Kee for that Curry Fish Head Fix

Just as any South East Asian that’s been away in the West for too long, the immediate craving on the dining table is for something greasy, sweet-sour, spicy and hot off the stove. I am back in KL! And my appetite for all things spicy, greasy and generally eaten with a truck load of steaming […]

Las Vacas latest Breakfast Menu

Having heard good things about the butcher, Las Vacas, and their steaks, we were rather pleased to be invited over to check out their latest breakfast menu. Las Vacas is touted to do delicious, affordable steaks and we hoped that the breakfast menu would be the same. The Wagyu Karubi and Eggs – RM28 One […]

Hennessy Appreciation Grows 2014 at Danga Bay, Johor Bahru

Has time really passed so quickly? Hennessy Appreciation Grows is no stranger to those in Malaysia or to those who read this blog. This year, Hennessy Appreciation Grows 2014 would take us to the south of West Malaysia. Taking place for the very first time in Johor Bahru, men in bow ties and women in evening […]

The Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc & Seafood Tasting Trail

While most people were behind desks on a sunny Thursday noon, we were treated to an exclusive preliminary food and wine pairing trail across several restaurants in the city. The wine in focus was the Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc 2013 and the central theme of the food prepared was seafood. The reason behind this special […]

Wines of St Hugo, at Cava Bangsar

The 2010 vintage for St Hugo, one of Australia’s iconic wines, has finally reached Malaysian shores and we were invited by Pernod Ricard Malaysia to try out their selection of fine wines, paired with some delectable Spanish cuisine, prepared by Cava. Being a huge fan of Cava, I knew we were in for a treat. […]

The Magical Kim Ma @ Palace of the Golden Horses

From delicate dim sum to fusion Chinese cuisine, the award winning Kim Ma Restaurant, under the prowess of renowned Chef Roy Wong has certainly stood the test of time. Such acutely stylish venues rarely last, but after being around so long, Kim Ma can certainly add longevity to its enviable list of attributes. chinese fusion […]

Shochu Pairing at Kuriya

One of the great things about Japanese food, is that it is so versatile. I can eat it any time of the day, and I’ve even had it paired with white or red wine, sake or shochu. Even an after work beer goes terrific with some slivers of fresh fatty fish, still plump and juicy […]

The Greek Week Festival at Eccucino, Prince Hotel

Nuts about Greece or Greek Food? Here’s a solution for that hankering that’s just screaming out to be satisfied. Baklava  For two weeks, the Greek Week Festival will be running at Eccucino, Prince Hotel so find a way, to visit them, asap. The festival is headed by Greek guest chefs, Chef George Diakomichalis and Chef Kalliopi […]

Back to Le Midi @ BSC

Le Midi might not be the newest restaurant in Bangsar Shopping Center (and I remember back in the day, when we used to visit this place in 2010) but it certainly still has an exciting and surprisingly accomplished menu. unusual deco – the Nautilus greets patrons to Le Midi The establishment’s best dish, to my […]

Restaurant Nepal Himalayan Cuisine

I’ve always been enamored by Nepali cuisine. From thick, chewy and succulent momos to Dal, Bhaat and Tarkari (Lentils, Rice and Vegetables/Meat), there’s hardly anything I hate about the cuisine. Even the BBQ spare parts ilke the Poleko Khan (tongue and ear of the pig), or Sukuti ra bhat – dehydrated buffalo meat, or Gundruk […]

Grill 582 @ Best Western Premier Dua Sentral

Grill 582 is not the place to study the latest contortions of molecular haute cuisine. But it is exactly the place for anybody who needs to recharge by plugging straight into a nice, juicy steak or straight-out-of-the-ocean-fresh seafood. With an open concept kitchen, manned by just two staff, it is a marvel that Chef Siti […]