Marhaba Restaurant serves traditional Yemeni cuisine, hiring chefs from Yemen and the Middle East region, ensuring the authenticity of the food. Spices are incorporated into the dishes subtly yet the role they play in accentuating the food is undismissable. “Exotic” was the first word that came to mind when I stepped into Marhaba. Mosaic lamps…
Jeju Badang is a new Korean Restaurant in Solaris Mont Kiara that offers something different than the usual Korean BBQ. With the chef being from Jeju, local Jeju food is one of Jeju Badang’s main focus on top of seafood and sashimi.
TWT stands for “Tea, Warmer, Treat” and as you have guessed it, it’s a cafe to go for meals and tea ! There’s only a handful of cafes in Ipoh that focuses on tea instead of coffee, could tea be the next hot trend amidst the craze for coffee ?
I’ve passed LewisGene Espresso Cafe a few times in Solaris Mont Kiara and somehow always thought it’s a franchise cafe because of it’s name – but it’s not ! The moment we stepped in, we immediately loosened up in this cafe with personality.
The Morsel Eatery nestled in the same building as Shamrock Hotel is brought to you by the same group behind Myth and Jose & Deli, only that this concept is not entirely new because the interior is the marriage of the two existing places.
Ami Domicile Cafe that has just newly opened at Soho Ipoh has an interesting name, with “domicile” being associated with “home” – perhaps with the intention of making guests feel at home with simple atmosphere and quaint dishes.
The Departure Lounge Cafe may excite travelholics when coffee comes with wide range of travel books from Lonely Planet to Insight Guides; the collection is actually better than your neighborhood bookstore!
Bon Ga Korean Restaurant offers a decent range of Korean classics including BBQ, noodles, soups and a bit of seafood as well. The barbecue here is done on electric grill that’s super convenient and saves you the jolt as the waiter no longer needs to bring a hot pot of scorching coal or take the pot away at the end…
“Pawning” is an integral part of Macau’s cultural history which dates back to the Qing Dynasty period. Macau was blessed as it was never involved in wars and it was the place where the mainland Chinese sought refuge during the Sino-Japanese War (1938 – 1945). It was about the same time that pawn shops started to…
Romeo Cafe in Ipoh has an uncommon specialty – tobacco. IN this clean-cut and no-frills space, tobacco is the main focus, while coffee and pastries complement the cafe.