Keeping it real food at BeReal Cafe

Keeping it real food at BeReal Cafe

At health cafe BeReal, I learnt for the first time what shiokoji (used in place of salt) and rejuvelac (from sprouted fermented soy bean) was. Extolling biodynamic ingredients, BeReal Cafe makes its own sourdough breads and sausages, features biodynamic vegetables and uses natural seasonings made 

Mooncakes by Oh Cha Matcha

Mooncakes by Oh Cha Matcha

Oh Cha Matcha, a renowned matcha cafe celebrated for its dedication to health-conscious options and exceptional matcha creations, presents its Snow Skin Mooncakes for the third year this coming Mid-Autumn Celebration. Oh Cha Matcha’s packaging is a striking red and white box, depicting the enchanting 

New menu at An Viet

New menu at An Viet

Caren Poon started An Viet back in 2015, chiefly because she was inspired by how the Vietnamese used every part of the animal or plant in their cooking. In line with her vision to reduce food wastage, she started the restaurant to offer authentic, good 

Chinese omakase at Chef Photographer Andy Ong

Chinese omakase at Chef Photographer Andy Ong

A spin on the omakase experience, with reimagined Chinese classic dishes. Are you game? At Chef Photographer Andy Ong in Jaya One, PJ, you only get to know the menu when the food arrives. Andy is a little whimsical, a little temperature and as ardent in his 

Guinness Flavour By Fire returns

Guinness Flavour By Fire returns

¬†Guinness Malaysia invites fans and food enthusiasts to discover a taste experience beyond the ordinary, made possible through the power of fire and infusion. Guinness Flavour By Fire returns with a bigger line-up of renowned chefs to fire up the flavours of Guinness-infused flame-cooked foods 

Mixed delights at Penghulu Seafood

Mixed delights at Penghulu Seafood

With name like Penghulu Seafood, we weren’t sure what to expect. Malay food at best with Asian nuances, probably, we guessed. We weren’t far off, as Leslie, who also owns Esan Thai Kitchen near door, ventured that it’s a mix of Chinese food with influences 

The day I Meat The Porkers

The day I Meat The Porkers

I’ve always felt that Meat the Porkers (MTP) was quite ingenious in naming the restaurant, probably inspired by the comedy Meet the Fockers some years back. Located upstairs in a spacious setting in Plaza Damansara, Kuala Lumpur, the decor features piggy figurines collected by the 

Cafe Chef Wan’s international selection

Cafe Chef Wan’s international selection

One of those days, we dropped by Cafe Chef Wan TTDI and found the quality of food indeed deserving of his high accolades. The menu is a gastronomic compilation of his travels worldwide, featuring international and traditional Malaysian favs.  We had Cucur Udang (RM36) as 

Eating at The Choi’s

Eating at The Choi’s

I really like this hidden Korean Resto, @thechois_official in SS2 The Hub which I had my eye on for a while. We could get single portions of favs like beef and seafood jjampong, chicken tangsuyuk and beef doenjang, and prices were more than reasonable. Even 

Let’s eat at Makan Time

Let’s eat at Makan Time

With a name like Makan Time, you know they get right down to business with their best food forward. The decor evokes nostalgia, and you can’t help but feel you’re having a taste of¬† home. The interior resembles an old-school coffeeshop, and the entrance is