Tag Archive: Dessert

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,…

Valentines Surprises by A Slice of Heaven

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and there’s really no way of escaping it even if you ran away to a galaxy far, far away as the video would have animated. Love, as it turns out, is far more powerful than any Force in the universe, even the dark side is no match for its powers….

Les Deux Garçons Pâtisserie, Bangsar Baru: French Kissing

“There is no way back for me now. I am going to take you on journeys you’ve never dreamed were possible.” – Alexander McQueen “#@%*!” Pardon my French, but I get all tensed up with the French Mafia’s in town. For the uninitiated, that’s just code for the Big Boss of the ze French company…

Pastry Union: A New Baker on the Block

Another year, another new baker comes along to a take a slice of the online cake industry. Once upon a time, this business was a niche thing where only a brave and talented few dared venture into. Nowadays, almost everyone is an online baker. Question is, are they good enough to get a little piece…

A Slice of Heaven & Just Heavenly: Hari Raya Centrepieces

Malaysians are a giving bunch but with the festive season fast approaching comes the usual anxiety over what to give and bring to an open house. To help many urbanites along and expanding the choices of gifts in the market, A Slice of Heaven and its parent company, Just Heavenly, has introduced their new line…

Dining at Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur: A Night of Discovery

The city of Kuala Lumpur is a cozy kampung (village) populated by over 1.4 million fascinating individuals and with just as many places to worship. But it recently dawned on me that the only place anyone has spoken about going into for a prayer these days, is a restaurant – where single people worship each…

Pierre, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong: Our Grand Finale

I was out on a walk in Chinatown last weekend and noticed a peculiar sign at the back of the flower market. It read: “Please leave all your personal problems behind when you leave home for work.” What a very odd place for such a sign, I thought. I could have sworn that it was…

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