Tag Archive: Malaysia

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…

Menya Musashi: Famous Tokyo Ramen Chain in KL for Limited Time…Go Grab A Bowl Now!

If you ask any locals in Tokyo to name the place they head to for their favourite bowl of ramen in the bustling metropolis, chances are the name Menya Musashi would crop up as one of the top suggestions. And that would definitely explain the famous long queues in front of their flagship Shinjuku store…

Ril’s Steakhouse & Remembering Old KL

Bagai Kacang Lupakan Kulit. — old Malay proverb. If history is like our parents as TimeOut KL’s editor, Lim Chee Wah, suggested in the February’12 issue, then we are guilty of irreverence and negligence. Lim writes in his editorial note, “the past is a very powerful thing and it’s not just about nostalgia or having…

New Formosa Restaurant, SS2: Good Ol’ Favourite

Earlier in the week, a perculiar video made its round on Facebook. One by one my friends were sharing this video. Some found it amusing, while others were appalled by it. I too had to watch it to see what’s the buzz about. I hate to admit it but I actually found it rather amusing. In Boleh-land,…

Elegant Inn Hong Kong Cuisine, Menara Hap Seng: A ‘Simple’ Reunion Dinner

The eve of Chinese New Year is fast approaching. As is with tradition, it’s an evening where family members gather around the dinner table to feast (seriously do you expect any less from us Chinese?) on their last meal before the New Year under the lunar calendar rolls in. In the movies, it’s often portrayed…

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…

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