Best of Malaysia – Nyonya Cuisine by Chef Debbie Teoh

Not many places in KL do fantastic Nyonya cuisine, and one of the persons who ranks way up there as Nyonya cooking guru, is Chef Debbie Teoh. If Debbie calls, I drop everything to dine at her table. Trust me folks, it is THAT good!

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Anyway, not only will she be cooking her fantastic Nyonya nosh for me, but also for anyone who might be interested in this cuisine. From the 5 September to 12 October, the talented lady will be showcasing her expertise in Nyonya cuisine to diners at Chatz Brasserie. Chef Debbie will be preparing all those familiar, and also less familiar Nyonya dishes through buffet dinners, hi-teas and interactive cooking classes at the ParkRoyal hotel KL. So depending on your interests, you can definitely enjoy Debbie, up close and personal, especially if you sign up for her courses.

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Top 10 Hot Spots for Siew Yoke in KL

When I was little, I used to watch my dad prep his special, secret recipe, Roast Pork (Siew Yoke) in the back kitchen in Ipoh. I remember the distinct aroma wafting from the kitchen that got my salivary glands going – till today, he is still the best cook I know,  so any Siew Yoke […]

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Kampachi Pavilion’s Latest Seasonal Menu

Dining at Kampachi is always an exciting affair. Especially since it is summer in Japan, and now, all the in-season dishes happen to be from the merriest season of the year. Mizunasu/Japanese water eggplant, served with soy sauce and grated ginger This Japanese water eggplant was probably one of the most simple yet delightful dishes […]

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Ante’s New Brunch Menu

I think you would agree with me, when I say that there are plenty of restaurants that offer lackluster brunch fixes with sloppy egg dishes and weak fry ups. These places give brunch a bad name. But once in a while, you stumble upon a gem. A place that serves a non rip-off brunch menu […]

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Steak out @ The Restaurant, Saujana

If the thought of a lightly charred Angus steak, or a massive Wagyu burger makes you salivate, then you will be happy to know that in conjunction with the month of August from the 1st to 31st, Chef Alexander Waschl of Saujana Hotel, has created a menu, showcasing several awesome hunks of meat! Black Angus Beef […]

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Enju’s Revamped Japanese Menu

Great news for Japanese aficionados. The Japanese dining restaurant Enju, has undergone a complete revamp. A fresh experience awaits its guests with a greater selection of luscious Japanese gourmet food and great sake to match. The menu is elevated by new mainstays, such as the Maguro Tororogake. Definitely a Japanese delicacy for Adventure seekers – it had […]

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Elegantly satiated at Elegant Inn

Dining at Elegant is such a fine affair. Foie gras, Matsutake Mushroom, fish roe on egg custard, served with a Crunchy Sesame Prawn roll And I always feel spoilt rotten when I am dining here as Jeanette’s guest. She really sets the bar high, when it comes to fine-dining Hong Kong Chinese style.

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10 Things to Do in Brisbane

Brisbane is arguably one of Queensland’s hippest cities, a beautiful, undulating river town with a  fantastic food scene, pumping nightlife,  great cafes and parks scattered around the river. Though one of the most expensive cities (in particular, its parking fees) in Australia, Brisbane may well be the country’s most underrated city. Brisbane, just like the rest of […]

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Mediteca & the Luretta Organic Wines

Just off one of the busiest streets in KL, where night life is concerned, this warm, cozy deli, Mediteca, makes a strong case for the pleasures of cicchetti e ombre, or bite-size eats with good wine. Tonight, the place would be decorated with art and paintings and we would be pairing Luretta Organic Wines with […]

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Dimsum @ Shang Palace KL

I am sure many will agree with me that Shang Palace, does some terrific dimsum, in the heart of KL.  Where else can you find fifty over varieties of dimsum on the menu under one roof. Freshness is of top importance and dimsum Chef Low Kien Fatt is in the kitchen making them every morning at […]

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Top 10 Mooncakes for 2014

Mooncakes are all the rage, around this time of year. And we have seen the craze morph from the traditional icon of the Mid Autumn Festival, to more contemporary forms, such as jelly mooncakes, innovative snow skin flavours and the like. Even the packaging has gone from simple, to extravagant boxes that house these festive treats. […]

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