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Woah, Chulia Court offers five types of laksa

Can't get enough of laksa when in Penang? Then Chulia Court with five variants of the world-famous noodle dish is the place to be at.

Five variants of a world-famous delicacy (clockwise from top left) the Katong Laksa, Laksa Lemak, Penang Asam Laksa, Crab Laksa and Sarawak Laksa are available at Chulia Court

Big spread of tasty local fare for buka puasa

HOTEL Royal Penang’s Ramadan Buffet Dinner returns to offer guests a regal yet value for money experience for the breaking of fast.

Executive sous chef Rozairy Roslan carving the Kambing Golek, which is marinated with Mediterranean spices.

Spoilt for choice with spicy delights

BERJAYA Penang Hotel (formerly known as Georgetown City Hotel) boasts the best priced Ramadan buffet in town at only RM58 nett per adult.

The ayam masak merah is simply appetising.

Smorgasbord of Malaysian favourites

WHAT a lovely way to start a meal — with plump bright green petai seeds and pegaga leaves so fresh they looked freshly plucked from a garden.

The aromatic lamb briyani. — Photos: SHAARI CHE MAT/The Star

Lumut resort offers Malaysian fare for Ramadan

It is Ramadan month and choices are plentiful for those looking for a place to break their fast.

Some of the cakes and dates available for Ramadan buffet spread in Swiss Garden Beach Resort Damai Laut.

Flower pot grilled chicken, anybody?

COMING across a Ramadan bazaar stall with flower pots is unusual; but these are no ordinary pots.

Mohd Hafizzal Mustafa glazing the chicken with butter.

Selvi's irresistible spiced chicken nasi lemak

WHEN one mentions nasi lemak, the image of rice cooked in coconut milk and served with sambal ikan bilis comes to mind, bringing back nostalgic memories of home.

A plate of nasi lemak ayam goreng berempah.

Bringing back classic favourites

Chef presents a balance of both traditional dishes and new recipes

The Royale Briyani is the highlight of the buffet spread

Korean restaurant chain celebrates 35th anniversary with exciting deals

ASIAN-KOREAN restaurant chain Seoul Garden marked its 35th anniversary with a joyful celebration at its first Malaysian outlet in Gurney Plaza, Penang.

Guests helping themselves to the many buffet offerings at the event.

Egg a day tied to lower risk of heart disease

People who eat an egg just about every day may have a lower risk of heart attack and stroke than individuals who don't eat eggs at all, a large Chinese study suggests.

Researchers examined survey data on egg consumption among 461,213 adults who were 51 years old on average. When they joined the study, none had a history of heart disease

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