Category Archives: Kuala Lumpur

Taking Coffee Seriously in KL

Coffee Bars are constantly popping up around KL, but it is still difficult to find a great coffee. Here are two coffee bars that take the art of coffee making seriously. You won’t be disappointed. Artisan Coffee Bar, KL A

Taking Coffee Seriously in KL

Coffee Bars are constantly popping up around KL, but it is still difficult to find a great coffee. Here are two coffee bars that take the art of coffee making seriously. You won’t be disappointed. Artisan Coffee Bar, KL A

Crazy for Crab in KL

Situated only a short drive from the coast, KL has access to an abundance of seafood and crab is a particular favourite. There are numerous restaurants dedicated to this tasty crustacean and diners flock in their hundreds to crack open

Crazy for Crab in KL

Situated only a short drive from the coast, KL has access to an abundance of seafood and crab is a particular favourite. There are numerous restaurants dedicated to this tasty crustacean and diners flock in their hundreds to crack open

Merdeka Day Celebrations: Malaysia’s Independence Day

Hari Kemerdekaan, more commonly known as Merdeka Day (Merdeka meaning ‘independence’ or ‘freedom’ in Bahasa Melayu), is the national day of Malaysia, when Malaysian’s from all backgrounds, heritage and religions join together to celebrate the birth of their nation. It

Merdeka Day Celebrations: Malaysia’s Independence Day

Hari Kemerdekaan, more commonly known as Merdeka Day (Merdeka meaning ‘independence’ or ‘freedom’ in Bahasa Melayu), is the national day of Malaysia, when Malaysian’s from all backgrounds, heritage and religions join together to celebrate the birth of their nation. It

Battle of the Bakes, KL

Searching KL for the ultimate indulgence. Spatulas at the ready; let battle commence. Japanese Hanjuku Cheesecake, Komugi, MidValley City Megamall Beautifully baked to a Cotton soft, as light as a cloud, creamy soft and with a balanced sweetness. Komugi’s petite and

Battle of the Bakes, KL

Searching KL for the ultimate indulgence. Spatulas at the ready; let battle commence. Japanese Hanjuku Cheesecake, Komugi, MidValley City Megamall Beautifully baked to a Cotton soft, as light as a cloud, creamy soft and with a balanced sweetness. Komugi’s petite and

4 Banana Leaf Restaurants that you should know in KL

Banana leaf dining is a tradition brought to Malaysia by the Southern Indians, and one now deeply rooted in Malaysian like. Much akin to The British Sunday Roast, it seems Malaysian’s venture out for a spot of laid-back, elbow deep

4 Banana Leaf Restaurants that you should know in KL

Banana leaf dining is a tradition brought to Malaysia by the Southern Indians, and one now deeply rooted in Malaysian like. Much akin to The British Sunday Roast, it seems Malaysian’s venture out for a spot of laid-back, elbow deep

Restaurant Reviews: Nyonya Dining at Sri Nyonya & Baba Low’s 486, KL

When the Chinese landed on Malaysia’s shores, they brought with them a pantry of spices, a cache of recipes and a deep knowledge of the culinary arts. The Chinese immigrants settled predominantly in Melacca, an important port at the time

Restaurant Reviews: Nyonya Dining at Sri Nyonya & Baba Low’s 486, KL

When the Chinese landed on Malaysia’s shores, they brought with them a pantry of spices, a cache of recipes and a deep knowledge of the culinary arts. The Chinese immigrants settled predominantly in Melacca, an important port at the time

Restaurant Review: Dancing Fish, KL

Dancing Fish in Bangsar Shopping Centre offers traditional Indo-Malay cuisine in a modern and refined setting. I dined here on a whim; I was actually heading to a different restaurant when I spotted its jungle-inspired walls and vibrant atmosphere, that

Restaurant Review: Dancing Fish, KL

Dancing Fish in Bangsar Shopping Centre offers traditional Indo-Malay cuisine in a modern and refined setting. I dined here on a whim; I was actually heading to a different restaurant when I spotted its jungle-inspired walls and vibrant atmosphere, that

Wine Dinner at Tao Chinese Cuisine at The Intercontinental Hotel

The Expat Group, Malaysia’s leading media company for expats, holds a monthly ‘wine dinner’, during which expats gather for an evening of fine dining and good company. This month, the dinner was held at The Intermarks’s Chinese restaurant; Tai Chinese

Wine Dinner at Tao Chinese Cuisine at The Intercontinental Hotel

The Expat Group, Malaysia’s leading media company for expats, holds a monthly ‘wine dinner’, during which expats gather for an evening of fine dining and good company. This month, the dinner was held at The Intermarks’s Chinese restaurant; Tai Chinese

Recipe: Cucur Udang (Prawn Fritters) with Sweet Chilli Sauce

A crunchy snack that will have you going in for more and more. The chilli dipping sauce is a delicious complement to the fritters, giving a kick of spicy and a sweetness that pairs perfectly with the delicate prawns. It’s

Recipe: Cucur Udang (Prawn Fritters) with Sweet Chilli Sauce

A crunchy snack that will have you going in for more and more. The chilli dipping sauce is a delicious complement to the fritters, giving a kick of spicy and a sweetness that pairs perfectly with the delicate prawns. It’s

Authentic Malaysian Cookery at LaZat Cookery School, KL

LaZat offers authentic cookery lessons in a contemporary Malaysian home environment, surrounded by lush greenery. Who would have thought that just a few hundred meters from the highway at Damansara, this quiet haven would exist, where you can escape the city

Authentic Malaysian Cookery at LaZat Cookery School, KL

LaZat offers authentic cookery lessons in a contemporary Malaysian home environment, surrounded by lush greenery. Who would have thought that just a few hundred meters from the highway at Damansara, this quiet haven would exist, where you can escape the city