Loong Hua seafood Restaurant (隆华海鲜酒家) would be an ideal place to eat if you have a big party because everything is ordered by the kg. You could still eat there if you only have two people – the upside is, you are overloaded with the same good stuff, the downside is, you can only try two dishes and you will be maxed out.
Four Seasons Korean Restaurant at Solaris Mont Kiara is unlike many other Korean restaurants in the same area. Instead of a typical Korean BBQ menu that one would expect to see, the restaurant offers unique meals using live fish kept in cold tanks. The fish is served raw or cooked, along with choices of premium items like live octopus, abalone and lobster. Continue reading
Kuriya (厨) Japanese restaurant in Bangsar Shopping Centre (BSC) is a little more posh than the usual Japanese restaurants. While it serves your typical ramen, soba and rice dishes, it combines some of the most lavish ingredients to create a luxurious dining experience. Wagyu BBQ roll + sea urchin, and double toro roll are fine examples.
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
At one particular junction in Chinatown, Bangkok, the scent of grilled seafood permeates the area, with two rival seafood restaurants – T&K Seafood (green shirts) and Lek & Rut Seafood (red shirts) competing right next to each other. Continue reading
“Mala” Crayfish is the signature dish on “Ghost Street” (Gui Jie 簋街) in Beijing. Almost every restaurant that we pass by is selling this delicacy! Some of the restaurants even have three or branches on the same street. We picked Zai Zai restaurant (簋街仔仔) because there is at least 8 branches of them along the street so I thought they gotta be good right? Continue reading
Kuala Sepetang is a fishing village 20 km away from Taiping town. Naturally, the seafood from the village is the freshest it can possibly get and at a good bargain too. Continue reading
Enoshima (江の島) is a little island in the Kanagawa Prefecture (神奈川県), 40 minutes by train from Tokyo, and just 24 minutes away from Kamakura. You will see that there are dragon statues on the island because legend has it that Kamakura was once tormented by a 5-headed dragon. Continue reading
Pangkor Island, a tranquil little island that I have not visited in the longest time, almost forgetting how it really is. It ‘s still a little old-fashioned, basic; but I like it because it has not been taken over by commercialization. Continue reading
We could not give awesome Sitiawan seafood a miss on our way back to Ipoh from Pangkor. We drove along the main road on Kampung Cina amidst of so many seafood restaurants, we decided to give Laut Villa Restaurant a try. And how did we come to that decision? Because there were loads of cars parked outside the restaurant compared to the others so we guessed this is probably the famous one around. Continue reading