Category Archives: Casual Dining

DISH, Dua Annexe: The Art of Dish-ing by Chef Steve Allen

My friends must think that I’ve gone missing by now. They’ve not heard of or seen my face for a good while now. But try explaining to them how your bosses and colleagues expect you to be a creative solution agency, an events company, a marketing & communications expert, social media titan, Bob the Builder,…

S.Wine Café, Publika Solaris Dutamas: Pork-Lover’s Heaven

So, the reigning king of KL’s restaurant scene has finally opened up his first non-halal venture. And we say it’s about damn time, cos’ frankly there is only so much duck we can chew on at his other establishments before we move on to the next BIG thing. They were beginning to taste a little…

Hong Kong: My Favourite Places to Eat

Confession. I’ve been putting off the idea to write about Hong Kong for the longest time now. I first made a visit to this global Chinatown just about this time last year. I can vividly recall how the city folks were slowly gearing back into their routine after a long break over the Chinese New…

The Red Beanbag, Solaris Dutamas: Starting the Day/Year Right

“You should start each day with a song in your heart, a gleam in your eyes and peace in your soul,” advises Lucy as I turn over the cover of my Peanuts-themed Moleskin notebook every morning. Her qoute has constantly reminded me how important it is to start the day right. And there is really…

Jeff Lee Kitchen, Kampung Baru Sungai Buloh: A Great Discovery

We celebrate. We celebrate our jobs. We celebrate that we still have jobs. We celebrate that we still like our jobs. We celebrate for the many jobs well-done. We celebrate being able to work together and have yet to kill each other. We celebrate surviving another year despite it being murderous. We celebrate over lunch….

Muntri Mews, Penang: A Charm of Its Own

Truth be told, I’ve never been the Penang’s biggest advocate. Nor have I been a fan either. In fact, given a few years ago, I have much preferred Malacca – the other city in the country that has been formerly inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But some thing inside of me has changed…

The Hungry Hog, Subang Jaya: A Piggy’s Dream

Running a food blog is much like operating a restaurant, it takes a lot commitment, hard work, dedication, and a good amount of humility. No matter how good you think your dishes are, you’re nothing without the support of a good crew, suppliers and clients. Restarting this blog was no different. I’ve stayed quiet and almost…

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