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FOR most Malaysians, nothing beats local fare eaten in a casual ambience, however, the concept of fine dining has been gaining recognition of late.
PETALING JAYA: Most Malaysians have either eaten or drank some form of the aphrodisiac i>tongkat ali/i>. Now, this traditional root has made its way to the fine-dining arena.
WANTING to break away from conventional beer flavours, Carlsberg took their brewing process a level above with their new up-market concoction that is set to attract food and beer connoisseurs.
JUST as the guests were getting comfortable in their seats, Med@Marche chef de cuisine Tim Yee announced the surprise of the day.
THE Malaysia International Gourmet Festival 2008 is expected to attract 150,000 gourmands.
Conventional Chinese dinner often begins with a bowl of nourishing soup but at Zuan Yuan restaurant what greets you first are oysters.
PETALING JAYA: Food lovers can get a taste of country’s finest food ahead of the Malaysia International Gourmet Festival.
Stay up-to-plate with the trend predictions of the country's foodies.
Try out the restaurant's signature dishes during the Malaysia International Gourmet Festival.
Chefs focus on clean and simple dishes throughout October in conjunction with Malaysian International Gourmet Festival.