Delectable @ Glasshouse Seputeh

We’ve always been huge fans of Delectable by Su’s fabulous cakes and imaginative sweet creations.

So, when we gleefully found out that they’d just open shop at a most gorgeous premises, Delectable @ Glasshouse Seputeh, we quickly organized a visit to check out her joint.


This place is apparently where the Delectable main Kitchen is housed as well. So the concept of the little cafe/restaurant is like a testing ground for their latest creations. Speaking to Su, she tells us that it’s a place for feedback and for fine tuning their mainstream offerings.

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Strongbow Apple Ciders at Cantaloupe, The Troika KL

I’ve never really seen the appeal in cider. Always found it to be too sweet, and not alcoholic enough to get me anywhere, without me OD-ing on sugar in the process. But then again, all alcohol is sugar, I suppose, though not all alcohol tastes sweet. But it is true, that though I invariably end […]

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The Viña Maipo Wine Dinner at Tatsu KL

October has to be the month for wine dinners, I tell you. And boy have we been busy. Viña Maipo… this particular range of Chilean wines are most probably more well-known to Malaysians at the entry-level, i.e. not the most high ended wines you could pick up at the supermarket. We knew there would definitely […]

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Tonkatsu by Wa Kitchen

Actually this place has been on our radar for the longest time simply because, 1. we love pork and 2. it had been several long years since the opening, since we had gone back to Tonkatsu. Blame it on the location in KL that’s far from our home, or perhaps the place was relegated to […]

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10 Things to do in Yogyakarta

Wow, so much to cover and so little time. And let us say it again, Java, Indonesia sure is sprawling, but with a little bit of planning, even a tight schedule can be effectively packed with the right activities. On our recent trip with Tourism Indonesia that spanned 14 days, here’s 10 Things you can […]

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Should you buy the Sony DSC-RX100 IV?

We’ve had the new Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV (DSC-RX100M4) for a few weeks now and have used it extensively while traveling through Indonesia. This feature packed palm-size camera has a memory-attached 1.0-type stacked CMOS sensor which allows for better low light captures, smoother 40x super slow motion, super-high-speed 1/32000 sec captures, anti-distortion shutter, and true […]

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Guardians of Glenlivet @ the Forking Cork

Twas a Roast Pork showdown at The Forking Cork last week. Two roasts compete to see, which would pair best with the single malt whisky, Glenlivet.. Another one of those incredibly cool, secret society events that I find hard to resist or say no to, when the invitation arrives, summoning the presence of the ‘Guardians […]

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Hardly your average John Doe @ STOKED KL

A pop-up dining experience the menu said. In other words, Guests Chefs visiting from John Doe London, would grace Stoked restaurant for just a mere FOUR days. Good lord.. that doesn’t give us much time to blog this event now does it? Anyway, if you hurry, you still have the remaining one day, to catch […]

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British Inspired SuperBrunch at KL Hilton

Brunch is by far the best meal of the weekend – a meal that justifies gorging oneself even before the clock chimes 12pm. And while British cuisine used to suffer under the image of grey boiled meat, this is definitely no longer true. We were lucky we got to sample the best in British fare, at Vasco, […]

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Top Volcanic Adventures at Mt. Bromo.. not to be missed

We had heard so much about Mt Bromo. Standing at 2329m, it might not be the tallest mountain in Indonesia (Puncak Jaya in Papua is), but it’s definitely one of the most captivating and alluring. Every year, thousands of travelers and tourist hike up the mount and we were about to do the same, along with […]

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5 Things to Do, in Komodo National Park

I hate lizards. When I was young, I used to practice the piano in the evenings, and they would just run down my music notes and try and eat every single mosquito alive. They used to scare the living begeesus out of me. Anyway, one would not have guessed that juxtapose that lizard ordeal to the […]

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