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Stall with various names scores on many counts

IF YOU are looking for that one stall offering everything from Western to local delicacies, Ampangan district in Seremban has one such place.

New food-wine pairings to seduce palates

THE perfect food and wine combinations bring out all the best elements of good wine and food.

Delicious creations to match with wine include (clockwise, from left) the sausage platter, coney dog, Trio Gusto pizza and steak sandwich

Dim sum with modern flair

HOTEL Equatorial Penang’s Golden Phoenix has always been the go-to dim sum place on the island.

A fine spread of dim sum creations at Hotel Equatorial Penang’s Golden Phoenix

Keeping family bonds through food

THE Chang family have come a long way from their childhood days of eating simple dishes when they lived in Sauk, Perak.

Loong Foong’s famous Hong Kong Roast Duck. — Photos: LOW BOON TAT/The Star

Family makes chicken rice its business

CHICKEN rice is a dish commonly enjoyed by Malaysians throughout the day.






Suat Yee (left) helps her father by chopping chicken.

Bringing cuisines together

JAPANESE and Thai fusion food is a marriage of flavours that can be pleasing to those who enjoy the cuisines.






(Clockwise from top left) Yummy Pork Ribs Rice, Khow Soi Ramen with Pork Ribs, Grilled Fish with Sweet Unagi Sauce and All-in-One Bento.

Heating up with four types of soup

THERE are probably hundreds of hotpot or steamboat eateries in Klang Valley, so it takes a brave soul to open yet another one.






Fei Fan Hotpot is an inviting place at any time of the day.

Soupy goodness in Sichuan dumplings

A WEEK has gone by since our meal of xiao long bao at a restaurant in Sepang, but the flavours are still fresh on our palates.

Exploring the taste of old favourites

TRUE to the saying, what is old is new again. This is certainly the case for Marco Polo Chinese Cuisine as the restaurant introduced a new menu featuring some of its classic dishes.






Beggar’s Chicken is stuffed with traditional herbs and spices, then steamed for two hours.

Tea-time snacks that bring smiles

IF YOU live in Bandar Sri Damansara, it is hard to miss Sarina Salleh’s yellow and purple truck parked in front of Grand Union Supermarket.






The yellow and purple truck is located in Jalan Tanjung, Bandar Sri Damansara.

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