Recent and archived articles by Julie Wong
Where would you dine in Sydney? A foodie has her wishlist granted at Quay, Sepia, Rockpool and Café Sydney.
It’s more interesting when les chefs cook together.
Don’t just boil them – serve instant noodles in interesting and novel ways.
French food has finally made a firm foodhold in the Klang Valley.
A buttery waffle is great on its own, but you can also go the fancy route. Try these recipes from Chef Jean Michel Fraisse.
This Chinese New Year, surprise family and friends with fresh takes on old classics. Recipes by Debbie Teoh.
Recipes so simple that even the culinarily challenged can impress their loved ones come Valentine’s.
Marinade or deep fry, there's not one best recipe. But when done right, nothing beats the taste of deep fried chicken.
Technically, you can board a flight after lunch, and be in an Australian city in time for dinner.
No frills, only thrills at this welcome new addition to the KL dining scene.