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Ding dong over chicken rendang

Indonesians and Malaysians have their feathers in a flap over rendangate.

South-east Asians unite to defend non-crispy chicken rendang, but differences remain over dish's origin

KUALA LUMPUR: South-east Asians have united to defend hugely popular "chicken rendang" that was knocked out of a British cooking competition television show for not being crispy enough, but the longstanding debate on the origins of the dish rages on.

KFC Malaysia responds to 'Rendangate' with cheeky Instagram post

PETALING JAYA: Fast food chain KFC has pulled a mischievous advertising stunt as it jumps onto the "Rendangate" bandwagon.

‘Rendangate’ heats up

PETALING JAYA: The simmering “Rendangate” controversy over the judging of a dish during an episode of MasterChef UK has boiled over with more comments from politicians, the public and the British judges.

Dr M and Najib aligned over one thing at least: Don’t mess with our rendang!

PETALING JAYA: A MasterChef UK episode has done the impossible, managing to unite two rival political leaders into defending a Malaysian chef who was eliminated from the quarter-finals of the reality TV show on Monday (April 2).

Choices aplenty for chicken chop fans

JOHOR BARU: SDS Cafe has launched its Ultimate Chicken Chop series that is available until May 31.

Fried chicken bursting with flavours

TURMERIC fried chicken or ayam goreng kunyit is a great dish when you are craving for something simple yet flavourful.

Nine-course Cantonese delights

CHINESE New Year is the ideal time to treat family and friends to a special dinner.

Creative twist for local favourites

THRILL your tastebuds with the new Hotel Jen Signature Food and Cocktails debuting in all Hotel Jen by Shangri-La properties across the Asia Pacific region.

Choose to feast on festive fare at Bukit Bintang restaurants

ON ONE end is Pak Loh Chiu Chow (PLCC) serving Teochew-style Chinese cuisine. At the other, is Luk Yu Tea House (LYTH), a dim sum place. If a choice is to be made, where should the diner go for a Chinese New Year feast?