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Bon Bon Brasserie is the place for gourmands and a local celebrity or two to kick back and enjoy modern European dishes and wines.
The place where you indulge your appetite should be an attraction in itself. At 18-20th Century, everything#8217;s in place to make your meal part of the #8220;show#8221; and a rewarding experience. And oh yes, the food#8217;s good too.
ALIEN species piggybacking on human travellers to new countries are wreaking havoc on planet Earth in the harmless-sounding guises of fluffy rabbits, violet water hyacinths and humble zebra mussels.
We drink it but we don't know how it came to be. TAN LEE KUEN visits a brewery to uncover the secret of the Golden Liquid.
If Alice Ching's dinner preview of the Regent Kuala Lumpur#8217;s Brasserie is a yardstick of what patrons can expect of the restaurant#8217;s Christmas and new year#8217;s eve menu, they will be assured of a dining experience nothing short of spectacular.
I HATE having too many choices. Variety is certainly not the spice of my life; it#8217;s the stuff that invariably leads to indigestion and regret. When I#8217;m presented with too many choices, I usually end up in a confused state of indecision; a desperate state that often causes me to make all the wrong choices.
Like the rest of the world, Malaysians tend to take Italian cuisine for grated.What immediately comes to mind is the oft-abused pizza and pasta, carelessly done in some places with nary a thought for freshness and subtlety.