Dinner with Chef Malcolm Goh @ Samplings on the 14th

It was hard to resists the invite that asked if we wanted to attend a dinner at Samplings on the 14th, hosted by Chef Malcolm Goh. Would you say no to a celebrity chef, made famous by the AFC production called, Great Dinners of the World? I think not. And not to be fooled by […]

Elegantology and the making of Reality Bites

It was touted to be ” A match made in gastronomic heaven” and we would soon find out, just how magical dinner could be, at the skilled hands of Chef Sherson Lian and Chef Johnny Fua. Arriving at Elegantology, it was literally “lights, camera, action” from the word go. It was strange talking to Chef […]

Wines galore, at Renoma Cafe Gallery @ Bukit Bintang

Last weekend, was one that was filled with wines and food, at Renoma Cafe Gallery in KL. It was a great opportunity for wine afficionados to sample interesting labels and to get to know the wine reps and wine makers from popular wine regions around the world. Organized by The Straits Wine Co. , 2013 […]

Hats Off with Chef Serge Dansereau @ Prego

Chef Serge Dansereau hails from Montreal Canada, and we had the pleasure of talking to him at the recent Hats off dinner at Prego, the Westin KL. This French Canadian chef’s career kick started as a kitchen hand in Montreal, but he gradually worked his way to the top as his flair for cooking became […]

Hats Off ! Catch 3 Michelin-star Chefs at The Westin KL

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Hats Off to the Starwood group for bringing 3 amazing chefs to our KL shores this week… If you’ve ever wondered why, famous Chefs of Michelin restaurants from around the globe, who visit KL are few and far between, I have good news for you. For 5 days in May (from 8 to 12 May […]

Hit & Mrs @ Lorong Kurau, Bangsar

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What should one make of a restaurant named, Hit & Mrs ? There’s much interest these days in something gourmands and chefs alike call experimental cooking or experimental cuisine. A relatively new approach to food that invents new dishes, and explores new ways to make traditional dishes, with the help of the tools and ideas […]

Chef Baptiste Fournier Revisits Mezze Bistro

Chef Baptiste Fournier, of the One star Michelin restaurant, La Tour, France, Revisits Mezze Bistro.. We had to get this post out real fast, because, a rather cool and accomplished chef, is visiting Mezze Bistro KL, for just this week. That’s right folks – all good things should and must be shared, and so, from […]

A Perennial Feast By YTL Hotels

Witnessing the launch of A Perennial Feast By YTL Hotels.. When asked about the title of the book, author Kim Inglis said that she chose the word because, ‘enduring’ about sums up the idea behind the book and the culinary journey she wished to take us on. Just last week, YTL Hotels, invited us to […]

Thomas Hardy Wine Pairing Dinner @ Istana Hotel KL

Before today, Thomas Hardy was just a wine that I liked to drink from time to time. That was till I actually met Thomas K Hardy in person. Last week at the Istana Hotel KL, Thomas Hardy wine food pairing dinner, I got to meet the charming man himself. He is in fact, fifth generation […]

Dish Weekend Tapas Brunch

The Dish Weekend Tapas brunch is a really traffic stopper! traffic light soup bottom – top: pea soup with marscapone, carrot and cardamom with spiced jack fruit, french onion with gruyere I’ve always liked Chef Steve Allen’s cooking style – brawny, seasonal, and deeply flavored. The tapas served here at Dish is not strictly Spanish […]

Hennessy X.O Appreciation Grows – Chef Michael Han

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At first glance, Michael Han is not your typical chef: quiet, soft-spoken and shy, not to mention a law degree holder. No trace of the Gordon Ramsey-esque ‘tough love’ qualities can you see in this young man. However, ask him a question about his restaurant, FiftyThree, and why he decided to pursue a career in […]

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