Drinking in the ambience at Ramen Bar ShiShiDo

Drinking in the ambience at Ramen Bar ShiShiDo

My first ever bowl of uber ramen at Menya Shi Shi Do was mind-blowing as the Black Garlic tonkotsu was rich, full-bodied and packed a punch like no other. After 5 years, no thanks to the pandemic, the Jaya One outlet closed in June 2021 

Fanciest steamboat at Diao Yu Tai

Fanciest steamboat at Diao Yu Tai

Fish paste shaped into little fish. So atas, right? Skewered tiger prawns, prime cut meats arranged on a pyramid cone, luscious seafood and lobsters. This has to be the fanciest place for steamboat in town! Diao Yu Tai Hotpot debuted in the Klang Valley, sealing 

Come eat at Kanbe Ramen

Come eat at Kanbe Ramen

Probably every ramen fan on town would have tried this place already so I’m just adding my tow cents worth. Kanbe Ramen opened just before MCO 2.0 and queues were at least 45mins waiting time if not 1 hour. No way was I gonna spend 

Ramen quest – first stop, Ken Shin-Ryu Ramen

Ramen quest – first stop, Ken Shin-Ryu Ramen

Given the buzz about the new ramen joint in town and how the chef is Sapporo-born chef Kita Koichi trained under the late Kawana-san who ran Kiori-tei in Shibuya, I had to try Ken Shin-Ryu for myself to see if it was worth the hype. If 

Cheery summer days at The Lemon Tree

Cheery summer days at The Lemon Tree

Off the top of your head, how many songs on Lemon Tree do you know? Citrusy, refreshing and energising – The Lemon Tree café located at Menara Lien Hoe, Tropicana, is pretty much about these vibes. The 1,700sq ft café is bathed in light streaming 

Smooth and spicy dining experience with Carlsberg

Smooth and spicy dining experience with Carlsberg

Delivering yet another innovative showcase, Carlsberg invites beer lovers on a “Real Spicy, Real Smooth” drinking and dining exBEERience campaign this April and May.  Carlsberg Smooth Draught, together with Penang-born Chef Mano Thevar of the Michelin-starred restaurant Thevar, presents boundary-defying cuisine paired perfectly with its 

Coffee culture at The Coffee Academics

Coffee culture at The Coffee Academics

Hong Kong-based coffee chain, The Coffee Academïcs (TCA), said to be a multiple award-winning speciality coffee brand, made its debut at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. Spanning some 2,013 sq ft with an 80-seating capacity, the cafe offers a different coffee experience for enthusiasts, given its interesting 

Flirting with Italy at The CKT Supperclub

Flirting with Italy at The CKT Supperclub

Chef Andy Choy (Chateau Dionne) said the theme for The CKT Supper club this month was ‘Italy’ and not Italian, otherwise we would be better off at a true blue Italian resto. He’s being honest, and frankly, it did feel more like Malaysian fusion with 

Ramadan delights at Citarasa Nipah

Ramadan delights at Citarasa Nipah

It’s that time of the year when you get extra strong cravings for rendang and other Malaysian favourites. Give the cook at home a break and gather the family for a Ramadan buffet feast at Citarasa Nipah in EQ, KL. Featuring classic kampung dishes prepared 

Hale and hearty Meat Feds

Hale and hearty Meat Feds

Truffle Siew Yuk is something carried over from chef Yenni Law’s Meatology days. At her new resto Meat Feds in Taman Paramount, roast pork is paired with noodles, similar to wantan mee taken up several notches. Noodles packed with umami and a touch of sweetness