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MANGROVE snails or siput sedut cooked in gravy is a unique Malaysian delicacy.
EXPECTING to be assaulted by the bold, spicy and numbing flavours of Sichuan food is a reason why some shy away from the cuisine.
Teatime treat presents unique blend of tastes.
PENANG kuey teow soup, better known as kuey teow thng, is a staple comfort food and breakfast option on the island. However, in the Klang Valley, it faces stiff competition from the likes of pork noodles and pan mee.
RESTAURATEURS in the Klang Valley say they are in a tight spot with regard to allowing patrons to dine in and ensuring the customers follow the Government’s standard operating procedures (SOP) to curb the spread of Covid-19.The restaurant operators claimed that some diners were not easy to deal with and turned aggressive when reminded to adhere to the SOP.
Famed culinary figure Carol Selva Rajah, author of over 15 cookbooks primarily on Malaysian and Asian cooking, has passed away at 81.
DINERS can now enjoy their favourite food at Riverside Cafe On The Go, Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
Still in its infancy in Malaysia, cloud kitchens are now being viewed as cost-efficient models for F&B businesses.