IN A country blessed with an abundance of snacks, doughnuts are among the delights that continue to be a favourite among Malaysians.
The Prosperity Abalone Treasure Pot is a dish that makes an appearance whenever it is time to usher in the Lunar New Year.
THOSE who prefer to celebrate Chinese New Year in cooler temperatures might fancy the idea of taking a 45-minute drive up to Genting Highlands from Kuala Lumpur to get away from the heat.
SAVOURY pumpkin soup may not be part of your traditional Chinese New Year fare but one can expect interesting twists to dishes when dining at Yue Chinese Restaurant.
MANY restaurants are jumping on the health bandwagon in offering more food choices for Chinese New Year.
Sizzling hot plate: Enjoy sizzling hot fresh meats and crunchy vegetables as Melting Pot Cafe in Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur will be showcasing the Mongolian hot plate promotion until Feb 17.
IMAGINE dining on abalone as big as your palm, fresh Alaskan snow crab and bird’s nest plucked from a mountain range.
KEBAB’S likeability is understandable judging from the rapid growth of stalls selling the Middle Eastern food in the Klang Valley.
HAVING a meal together or to sau gong is a practice many people look forward to before ushering in Chinese New Year.
BEFORE we start regaling about Chinese New Year dishes, let’s talk about a cooking technique known as fei sui ko yau. It is literally translated to mean “to fly over water and pass through oil” in Cantonese.