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A Taste of Taiwan at Zuan Yuan, One World Hotel

At the heart of Taiwanese food is simplicity and use of basic rustic ingredients. Simple cooking methods also prevail, where food is usually cooked using just one method (eg steaming, frying, boiling etc) and then served. This is quite unlike other Chinese cuisines, like the Shanghainese or Cantonese dishes whereby usually a combination and permutation [...]

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Lou Sang Feast with a Taiwanese twist @ New Formosa Restaurant

It’s been quite some time since I stepped foot into the New Formosa Restaurant in SS2 Petaling Jaya. Since the last time I was there, the place has been given a new breath of air… new furniture, more mirrors but the warm welcome from Mrs Jeanie Lee and her long-serving service crew remains just as [...]

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BlackBall in Subang Jaya

HAPPY NEW YEAR! What better way to kickstart the New Year than with something sweet? The past year we Malaysians have been spoilt for choices when it comes to Taiwanese teas and desserts. There’s the ever-popular Chatime, Gong Cha, Snowflake (and many other lesser-known ones) … and now we have BlackBall! Similar to Snowflake, (it [...]

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