Bandar Puteri Puchong houses hundreds of eateries in its maze-like neighbourhood but none is as unique as BibiWok. Opened some 8 years ago, BibiWok is considered one of the “pioneer” pork-free restaurants in this thriving sprawling township. One of the main reasons for BibiWok’s staying power in the challenging F&B scene is due to the passion of its owner-cum-chef, Richie Yeo. The gregarious yet humble Richie always maintains “I’m just a cook” and it is precisely this warm humility and love … [Read more...]
Archives for April 2015
IPPUDO – have you tried their Grand Menu 2015?
Do you know that IPPUDO Malaysia refreshes its menu annually? Yes, new items are introduced every year, in line with founder Shigemi Kawahara’s philosophy to continuously innovate to remain true and relevant. Kawahara-san is always reinventing and redefining recipes of his ramen - something that emerged more than 300 years ago! Starting this month, new creations have been added to the menus of IPPUDO in Pavilion KL and The Gardens Mall. The new items are based on customer feedback and … [Read more...]
Epicuro – what to eat besides the famous pork chops
Epicuro remains one of the best dining treasures I discovered last year and it still remains firmly on my list of favourites. Its famed Pork Chops, created by Yugin has been raved over and over (and not only by me)… truth be told, I never fail to order that at Epicuro. However, Epicuro is not all about its delectable pork chops, as I discovered in an invited meal there a couple of months ago. Yes, this post is two months overdue and I’m guilty as charged but I shall not delve into the reasons … [Read more...]
Celebrity Chef Edward Kwon heats up InterContinental Kuala Lumpur
The InterContinental Kuala Lumpur has just kicked off their World Celebrity Chef Series 2015 with the appearance of Celebrity Chef Edward Kwon, a top chef from South Korea. For weeks, photos of the incredibly hot-looking Edward Kwon have been flooding my Facebook timeline. It’s not surprising his legion of fans go ga-ga over him with many of them expressing their adoration and support in social media. So when I received an invitation from the InterContinental Kuala Lumpur to meet him … [Read more...]
3 Bags Full… of goodies to dig in!
It’s safe to say that the café scene has almost reached saturation point now in the Klang Valley. Cafes now are a dime a dozen and a new one pops open every other week. I sometimes wonder how the café owners survive, given the keen competition everywhere. It must be pretty tough, especially in thriving neighbourhoods like Kota Damansara. And this is exactly where 3 Bags Full is located since it’s opened last December. To stay relevant and ahead of the competition, this cosy … [Read more...]
Thematic Buffets at Charcoal @ The Saujana Hotel
Buffets are never quite the same at Charcoal these days. Not when there are thematic feasts there every Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Sample some good old authentic nyonya food on Thursday evenings when “Nyonya Peranakan” is the theme. Auntie Belle cooks up a real spicy storm there on Thursdays. Seafood lovers, please congregate at Charcoal on Fridays because that’s Seafood Night then. That’s when a wide array of the freshest marine bounty is laid out for the … [Read more...]
Master Chef Kitchen – HK roasts, polo buns & kai tan chai!
Located in an outer building that’s part of the OneCity complex in Subang Jaya, Master Chef Kitchen is pretty visible with its big red-and-white signboard with the chef hat logo. It’s quite hard to miss, if you know which building to look for, within the sprawling OneCity development. Master Chef Kitchen is fashioned like a casual cafe serving Hong Kong-style roast meats served with rice and noodles. It also does a host of other simple Chinese dishes that go with rice. Most of the dishes … [Read more...]
YeZi Giveaway – Winner is…
Thank you, thank you all for participating in this little giveaway on my blog! All your comments are very much appreciated. So there are quite a number of steamboat fans out there! I had a hard time zooming in to ONE winner as all of you have been very supportive. Finally, DAWN LEE was chosen as the recipient of the RM300 dining voucher from YeZi. CONGRATULATIONS, Dawn! You have cited your "gluttony" reasons for wanting to go to YeZi and it's my pleasure to help you increase weight, size … [Read more...]
Bubblylicious Brunch @ El Cerdo
Sundays are meant for sleeping in and lazy meals. If you are one of those who live by this principle, then El Cerdo’s Sunday Bubblylicious Brunch will fit right in. And if you are a porky fan, this will even be more appealing as El Cerdo is well-known for their porcine repertoire. You can opt for either the alcoholic package or the non-alcoholic brunch. The former is priced at RM149++ and the latter is RM99++ per adult. I’d say that the alcoholic brunch is really good value for money as … [Read more...]