Le Cordon Bleu Malaysia Workshop – Charlotte Vanilla Raspberries

There is something to be said about the physical act of creating or making something with your own hands. It is definitely a rewarding experience, especially in this day and age where everything has become so convenient. Call me overdramatic, but I do enjoy the long process of creating a kitchen masterpiece. The art of... Continue Reading →

Rendez-vous New Menu with Chef Benjamin

If you ask me to list my Top 5 current favourite restaurant in Klang Valley, Rendez-vous would definitely on the list. It's not just that I'm a Francophile, as mentioned in my previous post of the very same restaurant; but there's a new face in Rendez-vous kitchen and the whole menu has been given a... Continue Reading →

Topshelf, TTDI (Revisit)

Time really waits for no man. I remember saying to myself following my first visit to Topshelf that we definitely want to come back again. Who would have thought that one year could pass by so quickly? Chef Christopher Yee has kindly extended an invitation for us to sample the new menu, and I was... Continue Reading →

Maison Francaise: A Revisit

Following a pleasant visit to Maison Francaise back in 2013 (geez how time flies), I didn't hesitate before accepting another invitation to dine at the romantic mansion again. Chef Thierry Le Baut has recently taken over the kitchen and needless to say has brought some changes to the menu. Let's take a look at the... Continue Reading →

Topshelf, TTDI

Taman Tun Dr Ismail is well known for its many watering holes (including the infamous Sid's, of course) and hipster coffee joints. But behind the busy Lorong Rahim Kajai 14, there is a lovely French restaurant called Topshelf, run by Chef Christopher and Hairenna, a friendly duo who is passionate about food and hospitality. I have... Continue Reading →

Café Café, French Fare at Its Best

After residing in London for years, Ben Yeong and Toto Ooi returned to Malaysia 12 years ago and opened Café Café. Back then, fine-dining restaurants in Klang Valley were few and far in between. That was to change. Café Café is as romantic as it gets, with a combination of old world charm and a... Continue Reading →

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