Sou taken up by omakase

Sou taken up by omakase

So many new omakase restaurants are popping up these days that I can’t keep track. Did you know that ‘Omakase’ means ‘I’ll leave it to you’?  Decided to an older establishment instead, a few months’ ago. Sou Omakase Dining has been around for 6 years, 

The Year of the Tiger roars in with Tiger Beer

The Year of the Tiger roars in with Tiger Beer

This year, 2022, is especially significant for Tiger Beer as it is the Year of the Tiger. To uncage the festive cheer, Tiger Beer has partnered with Son Heung-Min, a football icon from South Korea, in conjunction with the Lunar New Year celebrations to ignite 

You got me at Hungry Bacon

You got me at Hungry Bacon

During a recent birthday celebration, we descended on Hungry Bacon, chiefly because the name of the resto itself was already appealing. Looking more like a pub rather than a family joint thanks to the dark interior, the menu centres on Mr Pig, naturally. We got 

Progressive Thai expressions at Kompassion

Progressive Thai expressions at Kompassion

Kompassion describe themselves as ‘progressive Thai cuisine’. If you’ve visited the newly revamped set up, progressive is indeed the best way to describe how far they’ve come. Not a new establishment, the resto has been around for about 9 years. And I confess after one 

‘XPERIENCE THE XTRAORDINARY’ WITH TIGER STREET FOOD

‘XPERIENCE THE XTRAORDINARY’ WITH TIGER STREET FOOD

The Street Food Virtual Festival is back this year, with an epic collision between street food and an integral part of street culture – streetwear. The local streetwear scene has always been a way for people to express themselves and is influenced by the many 

Porkalicious menu at Snout

Porkalicious menu at Snout

With a name like Snout, there’re no prizes for guessing what’s the mainstay of this resto. The place is brightly lit and spacious with piggy soft toys on stools and pigs painted on walls, reaffirming the restaurant’s theme, while potted plants, stacks of books and 

You can Buri by Two Chefs me any time

You can Buri by Two Chefs me any time

There’s Japanese food, and then, there’s Japanese cuisine that’s so good, it’ll knock your socks off. Buri by Two Chefs in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, seems like any other ordinary Japanese restaurant, but food is well-above expectations, short of an omakase experience. Helmed by chefs 

Food from the cloud

Food from the cloud

Pt 2: Here’s a look at another few vendors selling at Cookhouse TTDI. Chef Dave PB Kitchen Took a while to register that this version of Nasi Kerabu which we were having was vegan. The blue rice came with assorted ulam, kerisik (grated coconut), grilled 

Delicious food from kitchen in the cloud

Delicious food from kitchen in the cloud

You’ve heard of saving your data on the cloud … now there are cloud kitchens which are community-based co-sharing cooking spaces, specially designed to boost small-home food businesses which want to go bigger but don’t have the capital to have their own place just yet. 

Nyonya sliced beef with preserved sweet radish

Nyonya sliced beef with preserved sweet radish

True Aussie beef and lamb can be enjoyed in different meat cuts and in a variety of cooking styles. Here’s my take on the home-style sweet and salty dishnusually made with long beans and preserved radish, taken up a notch with Aussie beef. Ingredients 200g