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LeavING your car at home as you savour a drink or two safely outside is a better option, especially when you can enjoy free or discounted rides by five e-hailing and chauffeur-on-call partners.
Malaysian drinkers seeking a refreshing brew with a unique twist can now say “Bonjour!”, or “Hello!” in French, to 1664 Rosé.
In many Western countries the new incarnations of these meeting places are being appropriated by Gen Z, and in France their habitués are making them into modern-day equivalents of the bistro.
PETALING JAYA: Despite the Klang Valley’s move to Phase Three of the National Recovery Plan (NRP) and restrictions eased even before that, pubs, bistros and various entertainment outlets are still finding it difficult to cope with the current business environment.
IT IS not known when the pandemic will end, but some Penangites evidently make the best use of their time staying safe at home, as is evident from a visit to Cheapside.
French startup Cook-e demonstrated its robotic kitchen at Viva Technology. This vending-machine-like device is capable of cooking a variety of dishes simply by mixing and cooking the ingredients it has in stock.
IT MAY become compulsory for all traders in Sibu Municipal Council area to be vaccinated if they want to continue doing business.
KUCHING: Sarawak will maintain its current conditional movement control order with stricter standard operating procedure (SOP) until May 17 instead of MCO 3.0.
CARLSBERG Malaysia’s Connor’s Stout Porter is introducing its draught stout experience now in cans.