ON ONE end is Pak Loh Chiu Chow (PLCC) serving Teochew-style Chinese cuisine. At the other, is Luk Yu Tea House (LYTH), a dim sum place. If a choice is to be made, where should the diner go for a Chinese New Year feast?
IT IS difficult to not eat well when in a hotel, whether you are indulging in afternoon tea at the lounge or dining at a restaurant.
TAIPING in Perak, has always been known for its excellent food, with Malaysians from all over the country often visiting the town for its street food from cendol, char kuey teow, chicken rice to mee rebus.
HAVE a ‘yat yat fatt fatt’ (everyday prosper) celebration at Penang Golf Club’s Sakurajima in Bukit Jambul this Chinese New Year!
AUSPICIOUS. That was the adjective that came to mind when looking at Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant’s Splendour of Spring menu.
Chef gets creative with sliced abalone, caviar and gold flakes.
THE all-time local favourite nasi lemak tastes different when cooks of different races prepare it.
MANY of us are creatures of habit when it comes to enjoying festive food, more so during Chinese New Year.
THOSE looking for gift ideas for relatives they are about to meet at their family’s reunion dinner may want to consider a box of sticky rice cakes and assorted Chinese pastries.
THE tradition of saying specific prosperous wishes out loud as each ingredient is added to the yee sang is something diners look forward to during the lunar new year.