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Fusion offerings for a stronger chemistry

COFFEE Chemistry Signature may be best known for their adorable 3D coffee art, but their latest restaurant concept, MACE aims to serve a variety of good fusion food, too.

Delicious garden of earthy flavours served at Abbey Road Bistro & Restaurant

STUNNING presentations matched by equally bold and stunning flavours... Abbey Road Bistro & Restaurant in Seberang Jaya (Bandar Sunway), Penang, not only appeals to the taste buds but tantalises all the senses.

Top foreign and local stories at 3.30pm

Top foreign and local stories at 3.30pm

McDonald's stock hits record high as turnaround takes hold

NEW YORK: McDonald's Corp shares hit an all-time high on Thursday after Chief Executive Steve Easterbrook said a rebound in quarterly restaurant sales showed that his turnaround plan is starting to work.

Yum set to split China ops

NEW YORK: Yum! Brands Inc, whose restaurants have been selling crispy chicken in Beijing since 1987, is preparing to separate its battered China business from its US operations following calls from an activist investor, people with knowledge of the matter said.

Good value lunches with sea view

THE Everyday Special Lunch promotion at Hotel Sentral Seaview Penang is ideal for those seeking a value-for-money midday treat in scenic surroundings.

Delighting diners with new treats

Seafood-lovers will be able to stuff themselves silly as Malay-Thai dining chain Bangkok House is currently promoting a series of new, “off-menu” dishes devised by its head of kitchen Sarah Hassan.

Aromatic dishes to satisfy the cravings

TUCKED away in BBT Boulevard in Bandar Bukit Tinggi Klang is a hidden gastronomic gem called Cravings.

Chilling out over fusion food

THE Deck at the Weil Hotel in Ipoh has its chef de cuisine Sam Lau to thank for helping to put Ipoh on the culinary map.

Eager to stay put

SS2 Chow Yang pasar malam traders, who have been operating their stalls for five years, are against the council’s plans to rearrange the stalls to better manage traffic and allow for more aisle space between the stalls.