Teuscher @ Bangsar Shopping Center

Teuscher Chocolates of Switzerland has its origins in a small town in the Swiss Alps. This chocolate is approximately 70 years old. Rumor has it that one fine day, on an impulse, one single, solitary, chocolate-maker decided to embark on a path that would make him one of the world’s greatest chocolatiers… Dolf Teuscher was […]

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Char Siew Zhai Wantan Mee @ Sea Park, PJ

We’ve seen this place packed with people during the lunchtime and we wanted to check out the roasted meats and the wantan noodle in this shop. We ordered our noodles separate and ordered portions of Roast Duck, Roast Pork and BBQ Pork. The texture of the wantan noodle was not bad. It had a nice, […]

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Angku-licious

This post is about an incredibly popular Malaysian snack known as the Angku. It is a glutinous rice cake with bean or peanut filling, but it has move on to other unusual fillings like durian and coffee. Basically the skin of the Angku is made from glutinous rice flour. Dough is made from it and […]

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Il Padrino @ Damansara Heights, KL

Il Padrino at UOA – we read about this place on Eat Drink KL. We decided to pay the ‘Godfather’ a visit. Antipasto misto “il padrino” – RM78.00 This starter for two of bresaola, tomato buffalo mozzarella, calamari, parma ham with melon and grilled vegetables was served relatively quickly. It was light and refreshing with […]

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New York City Half-Marathon, August 16th 2009

Hello peeps! Cumi &Ciki are helping Sara of Freshair.org, post a mention of this year’s New York City Half Marathon held on the 16th of Aug 2009. “Would you like to run this year’s New York City Half-Marathon on August 16th while also helping Fresh Air Fund children? Join our Fresh Air Fund-Racers team today! […]

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Izakaya Tamako Japanese Restaurant @ Plaza Damas, KL

It was my cousin’s birthday this week and we had dinner with him at the cozy Izakaya Tamako, in Plaza Damas. Agedashi tofu is an old and revered dish. Izakaya is a type of Japanese drinking establishment which also serves food to accompany the drinks. The food is usually more substantial than that offered in […]

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Subak @ Bukit Lanjan, KL

Subak. We read about Subak on Masak-masak’s website, and decided to go hunt for this ‘highland’ dining restaurant, for ourselves. Subak’s architecture is inspired by the highland, Balinese styled rice terrace irrigation system and you can immediately feel the calm, serene vibe of the place when the only sounds you hear are the gurgling of […]

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The Blue Ribbon

In symbolism, blue ribbon is a term used to describe something of high quality. The usage came from The Blue Riband, a prize awarded for the fastest crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by passenger liners, also refers to the blue ribbon worn by a particular order of knights. The French for the term is ‘Cordon […]

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The Hummingbird from Kepong

Cumi & Ciki.. having Tongsui in Kepong, decide to call Hairyberry to join them for lunch. Hairyberry, unable to join due to prior commitments, decides to send the Hummingbird instead to visit his friends, C&C. Hairyberry, had recently been given the Hummingbird recipe by one Mr Fatboybakes and was eager to share the love. Anyway, […]

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Aunty Chee Cheong Fun @ Sea Park, PJ

I didn’t manage to catch the lady’s t-shirt (the lady with the plan.. the lady with the chee-cheong-fun..), but believe me when I say she loves her BLING. She’s such a classy little lady and her ‘chai’ chee cheong fun is delicious too. That’s right, the place is situated in Sea Park, just next to […]

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