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THE Cantonese phrase “Yat lau yat lau, wat luet luet”, which means “Tastes good and silky smooth”, can be heard by passers-by in Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur.
UNLESS you are a durian purist who only believes in eating durian in its natural form and abhor any confectionery made with durian, you’ll love durian crepe.
THE secret to any great noodle soup dish lies in the broth. A hearty broth will keep you coming back for more.
IF YOU ever find yourself at Jalan Thambipillay, a busy street in Brickfields, and in the mood for authentic Nyonya kuih and desserts, Nyonya Heritage is where you can find a wide selection.
A NIGHT out with her then boyfriend Datsun Li inspired Emily Chen to start a steakhouse with him 13 years ago.
For taste buds accustomed to the usual marinara or tomato-based sauces, an Asian twist in an Italian ravioli is indeed a pleasant surprise.
IT IS handy to have a packet of semolina or sugee flour (rava in Tamil) in the pantry, especially when in need of a quick-fix breakfast or dessert.