The business centre in SS15, Subang Jaya is home to a thriving but competitive food enclave, with eateries appearing and disappearing every so often.
Eastin Hotel Kuala Lumpur welcomes the Mid-Autumn festival with an exquisite range of baked and snow skin mooncakes infused with tea.
AT Vino Vino Bistro in Penang, the belief is that great wines are a necessity of life while exquisite sakes make it truly pleasurable.
GOING retro is certainly in vogue, but few eateries make it as tantalisingly delicious as the Charlie Chaplin-inspired 17 Kelawei in Penang.
THIS Mid-Autumn festival, feast your eyes and fill your stomachs with sumptuous masterpieces from the Grand Imperial Group.
AS A Penangite, I can safely say finding a stall which sells nasi kandar on the island is a cinch.
SAY goodbye to the hassle of getting a charcoal fire started in the barbecue pit. No worries about under or overcooking your food and smelling like smoke.
RESTAURANTS serving Pan-Asian cuisine (food from various parts of Asia) tend to be a dime a dozen, but when done right, it showcases the appeal, as evident at The Establishment.
WHENEVER I crave for ramen, one restaurant comes to mind – Ippudo – because the broth and noodles there are the closest to the ones I enjoyed in Japan.
There is a wide variety to choose from this Mid-Autumn festival and StarMetro features some of the sweet and savoury treats created by hotels and restaurants for this festive period also known as the Mooncake Festival.