Recent and archived articles by Aida Ahmad
A DISPLAY of fresh and succulent seafood on a buffet is enough to stimulate the senses in anticipation of what is to come.
AS FAR as food courts go, the best thing about it is the variety of choices at our disposal.
UP UNTIL about a year ago, falling asleep without air-conditioning was a doable thing for me. Today, it is almost impossible.
SUKAU village offers a majestic view of the Kinabatangan river in Sandakan, Sabah.
THE right balance of wok hei (cooking over high heat) is just as important when a cook puts together a serving of mee goreng mamak as he does whipping up a plate of char kuey teow.
TO BE honest, what cultural festival would be complete without a culinary feast?
DOES the seriousness of a true British restaurant rest in its fish and chips?
THERE is nothing more satisfying than indulging in good, wholesome and tasty food after a day of fasting.
SHOPPING for food can make one peckish.
IT’S been 10 days since StarMetro launched its “Do Good. Grant-A-Wish” campaign and over the last week, generous donors have stepped forward to do their part in helping the less fortunate.