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Dash of finesse on every plate

Subtlety goes a long way in food preparation and YTL Corporate executive chef Wai Look Chow has successfully mastered this art.

Tempting smorgasbord

THOSE looking for a place to feast on seafood might enjoy the Seafood Sensation 2.0 buffet.

The Roma Relish Slow-Baked Pacific Salmon flakes easily.

At home in world of Thai culinary

BESIDES being a popular travel destination, Thailand is well known for its delicious cuisine which has won fans all over the world.

Platters of natural goodness

THOSE who do not want to compromise on taste while observing a healthy diet might find the Himalayan pink salt the perfect option to add flavour to their food.

Two coffee variants with no sugar added now available

ONE of Malaysia’s leading ready-to-drink coffee brands has come up with no-sugar-added variants, Wonda Zero Max Original and Wonda Zero Max Latte.

(Left) Wonda Zero Max Latte. (Right) Wonda Zero Max Original.

Right ingredient for Lunar New Year

WHAT better way to celebrate the Year of the Pig than by including premium pork on the menu?

Salt Baked Fresh Abalone is served on a bed of salt in a clay pot.

Aromatic hidden treasure in Klang

Bak kut teh – literally translated means “pork rib tea” in Hokkien – is a well-loved dish among Malaysians and Singaporeans.

Goodness on a plate

GET a healthy start to the Chinese New Year with steamed and stewed goodness in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

Suitable for a group of 10, the roselle and salmon yee sang features fresh salmon slices in a sweet and sour sauce. — Photos: NUR ATHIRAH FARHANA/The Star

Celebration of love and women

THE inspiration for a three-course dinner to celebrate love and romance comes from the women in Sharus Mizal Salleh’s life.

Tasty morsels wrapped up

THERE is a commonality among chefs when it comes to planning Chinese New Year menus to present dishes that make a lasting impression.

Adorable ‘pig’ pau arranged on the yee sang platter to welcome the Year of the Pig at Lai Ching Yuen, Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur. — Photos: LOW LAY PHON/The Star