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EXPECTING to be assaulted by the bold, spicy and numbing flavours of Sichuan food is a reason why some shy away from the cuisine.
FIVE new dishes await diners at Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant this month.
WHAT better way to enjoy an idyllic Sunday than a brunch with family and friends in a cosy setting?
MENTION dim sum and the first drink that comes to mind which complements it, is Chinese tea.
LONG afternoon lunches catching up with loved ones is a good way to spend a Sunday.
IN MALAYSIA, many are familiar with the term nasi campur, which means mixed rice.
IF YOU salivate at the thought of cracking a hard shell to enjoy the juicy and tender meat inside, head to Hilton Kuala Lumpur.