With an adventurous inclusion of Xin Jiang cuisine of China, consisting of a series of delectable lamb dishes, Ming Ren Restaurant at Genting Highlands is not your typical Cantonese restaurant. I like the lunch sets, which are elaborate six-course sets, perveying a sumptuous mix of Cantonese and Xin Jiang cuisine. Continue reading
Last week, Cristallo Di Luna in Pacific Regency Hotel Suites launched an all new menu, comprising of western classics with a Malaysian twist in some of the dishes. The launch included a total of 18 delectable dishes and it was food galore time for me to try out what’s new and cooking, while enjoying the glimmering KL city at night from the 34 th floor. Continue reading
Tammy’s Kitchen is buried deep in the residential area in Ipoh Garden East, just a little further up the Citrus Restaurant. It is unbeknownst to me all these years because the furthest I go in the area is Citrus. Continue reading
Stan & Brew Roast Coffe is located in the newly built Soho Complex (next to Sam Tet School) and carries an extensive menu with breakfast, salads, soups, pasta, sandwiches, entrees and even vegetarian. The best part is, you can grab a quick bite anytime from 7.30 am – 12.00am. Continue reading
The Sabah Tea has made its way from the highlands of Borneo to Ipoh. With the opening of STG Tea House Cafe in Ipoh, now we can enjoy organic and pesticide-free tea in a pristine white mansion surrounded by cooling shades of trees. Continue reading
Stonegrill is a fun and healthy way of eating. The food is served raw on a hot volcanic stone where it will take a few minutes to cook, and it is healthy because there’s no oil used at all.
At Mackenzie’s Bar and Restaurant, Continue reading