Tiffin by Chef Korn, Midvalley Megamall

Tiffin by Chef Korn is another newbie in town at Midvalley Megamall. If you think Chef Korn sounds familiar to you, that’s because he’s behind the well-known Thai restaurant Erawan. This new outlet is more casual in setting, featuring Chef Korn’s village-style cooking, dishes he grew up loving and eating. The location is a little…

Viva El Sabor at Eccucino, Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur

I’ve always been fond of Spanish food for its vibrancy, be it colours, spices, and a wide spectrum of delicious ingredients. From delectable small dishes (tapas) to the decadent Paella, not to mention my favourite type of desert: churros; how to say no to such a feast? I don’t know about you but I absolutely…

Nook’s MIGF 2014 Menu

It’s always a pleasure receiving invitations from Aloft Kuala Lumpur be it a review session, or music event. You might have notice that I am there quite often (several times a month, in fact) and that is because I always enjoyed their great hospitality. A makan session at Nook, especially, is something I won’t miss….

Sunday Curry Tiffin Lunch, Colonial Cafe @ Hotel Majestic

I’ve long heard about the Colonial Cafe at the beautiful Hotel Majestic but yet to pay a visit until couple of Sundays ago when we were invited to dine and enjoy their Sunday Curry Tiffin Lunch. Sunday Tiffin is basically synonymous with over indulging of curries, vegetables and rice. This tradition is believed to begun…

AFF Singapore: Hainanese Chicken Rice

If I were to choose a few meals to eat before I die, Hainanese Chicken Rice would be amongst the Top 3. I’m not sure when or how I fell in love with this dish (certainly not when I was growing up because Bintulu is deprived of good Chicken Rice), but I can tell you…

AFF Philippines: Fried Adobo Chicken Wings

I’m loving my new Philips Airfryer! Even though I don’t have a problem taking my time with cooking most of the time. It’s still great to have amazing gadgets like these to help enhance my kitchen experience. Especially now that I am increasingly time poor. The very first recipe I tried using this machine was…

AFF Indochina: Ping Kai (Laotian Roast Chicken)

My second contribution to AFF Indochina is a Laotian recipe: Ping Kai. It’s also called Kai Yang in Thailand but essentially the recipe is brought over to Thailand by the Lao people too. This is a very popular street food you can find pretty much anywhere locally, often paired with the tam mak hoong (Lao…

AFF Indian Subcontinent: Butter Chicken

I can’t remember the first time I’ve ever had Butter Chicken nor the person who introduced me to this dish, but I can tell you it was love at first sight. The name Butter Chicken doesn’t sound like much, but the tender pieces of chicken doused in tangy and creamy tomato gravy, it’s just heavenly…

Doro Wat (Spicy Ethiopian Chicken Stew)

My current favourite Paleo Blog is Nom Nom Paleo. If you haven’t been to her epicness of a blog, make sure you do it now! Her photos are incredible, and all her recipes look super delicious. Best still, her content is neatly laid out with useful tips for the Paleo eaters, in and out of…

Singapore Get-away featuring Gordon Ramsay

I love spontaneity and due to the nature of my schedule, it’s hard to find time for a getaway. But I suppose I just need a little spark of motivation to make that decision and 2 weeks ago, I did precisely that. When I heard from KY that Gordon Ramsay was doing the cook-off against…