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CELEBRATING Chinese New Year does not mean one needs to only savour traditional Chinese dishes throughout the 15 days of the celebration.
FOR the Chinese, the Lunar New Year revolves around five blessings — longevity, prosperity, peace, wisdom and virtue.
IT IS that time of year again when family and friends, near or far, come together to share a hearty meal as they usher in the Year of the Rat.
WORKING in a restaurant with a more intimate setting at W Kuala Lumpur has given executive Chinese chef Tan Kim Weng the opportunity to focus on innovative dining experiences.
FOOD plays an important role in Chinese New Year celebrations and certain dishes with symbolic meanings are considered essential.
EARTHY and intense in taste, black truffles feature prominently in a couple of dishes in chef Ben Lim’s festive menu, as he finds that they lend a fragrant touch to the dishes.
The menu read “Roasted Farm Chicken Marinated with Ginger and Five Spices”.
THERE is no right or wrong when it comes to something as subjective as wine pairing as it boils down to personal taste.
CHICKEN rice is definitely one of the favourite, hearty meals for many Malaysians.