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Family favourites on the menu

STEPPING into the Country Barn pub and restaurant brings back memories of the 1980s TV sitcom Cheers.

Run by husband and wife, Paulin and Jeffrey, Country Barn opened for business in Subang Jaya last May. — Photos: DARRAN TAN/The Star

Fired up for charcoal Hokkien mee

IT WAS fascinating to see a burst of sparks from the metal charcoal stove as the cook deftly prepared Hokkien mee at Restaurant Jin Sui in Taman Bukit Indah, Kuala Lumpur.


Enticing spread: Celebrate the nation’s independence with a feast on Aug 31 at Cinnamon Coffee House, One World Hotel, Petaling Jaya.

Celebrate National Day with a sumptuous high-tea on Aug 31 at Melting Pot Cafe, Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur. Available from 12.30pm to 4pm, the promotion is priced at RM70 nett per adult while children get to dine at half price.

Filipino chef creates delightful 10-course omakase meals at sushi bar

HERE is an opportunity for sushi lovers to get adventurous.

Filipino-born Chico is ready to show his flair at the special sushi bar.

Tempting lunch picks below the ramp

THE one-way loop stretch near the Asia Jaya LRT station in Petaling Jaya is infamous for its traffic as motorists whizz into Jalan Utara from uphill Jalan Barat.

Khamilah who learnt to cook Western food from her relatives always has batter-fried fish and butter chicken for her customers.

Celebrate National Day with high tea

A FEW award-winning dishes will be among the highlights at a high tea buffet that is making a comeback in the city.

(Clockwise from left) Rossham and his team have prepared some of their award-winning dishes such as nasi ayam kampung, nasi lemak istimewa and bubur lambuk; guests can customise their own soup gearbox and include the type of meat they want in the rich broth; nasi ayam kampung comes with fried tempeh, tauhu goreng, red and green chili paste and vegetables. — Photos: SAM THAM/The Star

Celebration of food with robust flavours

BE PREPARED to have your taste buds tickled and your appetite satiated with tasty dishes created by Lanjut Beach and Golf Resort executive sous chef Ahmad Nizam Saidin.

The chicken enchilada oozes with Parmesan and mozzarella cheese, chicken strips and a handful of fresh vegetables.

Artful dishes to suit the occasion

DINERS will be able to feast their eyes on and savour four artistically crafted dishes at Grand Imperial restaurants, specially created for the Mid-Autumn Festival.

Chai (left) drizzling homemade sauce onto the fish balls made from freshwater Western Saury while Grand Imperial business development manager Maggie Chow looks on. — Photos: SAM THAM/The Star

Emphasising on all things Italian

A LITTLE bit of coffee powder dusting the surface of a luscious serving of tiramisu is expected of the Italian dessert.

Grilled Wagyu Beef, Cherry, Foie Gras and Potatoes.

Rolls of goodness with a twist

MENTION spring rolls and the first thing that comes to mind are thin, traditional flour skin wraps with vegetable fillings.