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BEEF stroganoff is a classic Russian dish named after the influential Stroganov family and its invention has been attributed to French chefs who worked for the family in the 19th century.
PENANG kuey teow soup, better known as kuey teow thng, is a staple comfort food and breakfast option on the island. However, in the Klang Valley, it faces stiff competition from the likes of pork noodles and pan mee.
MENTION dim sum and the first drink that comes to mind which complements it, is Chinese tea.
AFTERNOON tea, traditionally a British tradition that came about in the 1840s, was a time to have a small meal to stem the hunger before an evening meal.
Aloft Kuala Lumpur SentralW XYZ Bar will put couples in the mood for love with a four-course menu, priced at RM288 nett per couple (including mocktails). It includes a choice of Pan-Seared Barramundi or Slow-Cooked Beef Cheek as main course, followed by Tiramisu and Chocolate Lava Cake with Vanilla Gelato for dessert. Nook boasts a generous buffet spread with highlights such as the fresh seafood station, roast lamb, Nook’s signature Assam Pedas, Pink Chocolate Fountain and Raspberry Creme Brulee. The buffet is priced at RM128 nett per person. Both promotions are available only on Feb 14 for dinner. For reservations, call 03-2723 1154.
This year’s new variant of yee sang, the Chiu Chow Yee Sang, was inspired by chef Alex Au’s travels and the local yee sang he had sampled.