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CAVA, 71 Jalan Bangkung, Bukit Bandaraya, Serves Catalan-style cuisine noted for seafood, pasta and rice dishes. Expect good wines and an extensive tapas selection.

Nook at Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral will be honouring the merits of French cuisine with a four-course French menu promotion, in conjunction with Gout de France (Good France). The menu, available for dinner from March 19 to 23, is priced at RM180 nett per person.

Eden Catering celebrates 37 years of culinary extravaganza satisfying customers’ tastebuds

EDEN Catering prides itself on a reputation built over 37 years catering for some of the largest and most prestigious events throughout Peninsular Malaysia.

Festive favourite sambal tumis udang with petai.

Whipping up refreshing new ideas for dinner

HONEST to goodness food has been keeping the crowds coming back for more at No Eyed Deer restaurant in Penang.

Nothing beats a good Rib Eye Steak, cooked just right that it melts in the mouth.

Drawing in lovers of afternoon tea

French pastry chef uses premium ingredients and local organic products on new menu.

Savoury canapes include Alaskan Giant Red King Crab Aioli, Caviar, Organic Scottish Salmon, Bio Turkey Ham Rock Melon, Cream Cheese on Multigrain Bread and Egg Mayonnaise ‘Melanosporum’ Italian Black Truffle. — Photos: SIA HONG KIAU/The Star

Fried chicken bursting with flavours

TURMERIC fried chicken or ayam goreng kunyit is a great dish when you are craving for something simple yet flavourful.

A plate of ayam goreng kunyit with rice and a sunny side up egg costs RM6. — Photos: M. AZHAR AR IF/The Star

Fire in the belly with real Kedah curry

THE northern-style gulai panas is not easily found here in the Klang Valley but it is now possible to satiate cravings for this dish when heading out for a meal in the city.

Spaghetti Pak Jen is a twist to the traditional pasta dish as it is served with curry sauce. -Photo by: LOW LAY PHON/TheStar

Set to be bowled over

SUSHI Tei catches the poke (pronounced as poh-kay) fever and has introduced four varieties of poke bowls to its new menu this year.

The Salmon Poke Bowl with Japanese Akita brown rice topped with chia seeds, melon seeds, almond, black beans, edamame and other vegetables. Diners can choose from three homemade sauces.

Restaurant serves up tasty and tender dry-aged meat and Kyushu beef

IT TAKES time and effort to prepare a good meal and this is especially true when it concerns dry-aged beef.

The Japanese Kyushu is served with truffle mashed potatoes, crispy onion rings, rocket leaf salad, jumbo asparagus, horseradish cream, mustard, Pommery mustard and Dijon mustard. — Photos: SAMUEL ONG/The Star

Cool East-West combos that are bursting with flavours

AT Beach Blanket Babylon in Penang, the creative merging of flavours from the east and west ensure there is always a tasty treat.

Chicken and Cashew Terrine, a refreshing appetite rouser.

Tasteful dishes to warm the heart

MEDITERRANEAN winds have blown into Sigi’s Bar and Grill, offering gourmands in Penang mesmerising flavours for a limited time only.

Saffron Risotto with Scallop and Green Asparagus comes with the zing of lemon and the surprise of cocoa powder.