OVER the years, there has been an increase in the number of Vietnamese restaurants in Malaysia.
ENJOY a Deepavali feast of South Indian flavours while reminiscing on dishes that remind one of home in the “An Indian Spice Trail” promotion.
CHEF Tam To Ming of Hong Kong’s Yee Tung Heen is in town to showcase his creations, and it is easy to see how his dainty dim sum have contributed to the restaurant winning its various accolades.
PAU, a common local delight, is popular among Malaysians, and Pau Pak Ngah is offering a unique take on the traditional, but much loved bread-like dumpling.
THAILAND is a popular getaway for Malaysians, hence why Thai cuisine is familiar to us. But what about home-cooked dishes the Thais savour at home?
KLUANG Rail Coffee in Kluang, Johor is known for its coffee, charcoal toasted bread and buns since 1938. Located at the Kluang KTM station, the olden wooden canteen-setting gives the place its unique charm.
KOHI Yatta (meaning “Yay! Coffee” in Japanese) has opened next to an auto showroom in Sungai Besi, Kuala Lumpur.
GET ready to feast and make merry as the Oktoberfest Buffet Dinner at Sigi’s Bar and Grill in Penang promises fun and revelry by the sea.
OCTOBER can only mean one thing at the popular alfresco Tree Bar at G Hotel Gurney in Penang — the return of Oktoberfest.
HALIBUT with nutmeg and toasted cardamom crust in vanilla butter sauce. Fresh mussels in silky white chocolate curry. Lamb seasoned with saltbush.