Travel and Leisure – It’s time to shine a spotlight on this Southeast Asian cuisine with so many stories to tell. Malaysian food is fascinatingly diverse, rich in flavor and heritage. Add these 10 dishes to your next culinary tour.
Jom Makan Life – As far as I’m concerned, old is still gold when it comes to mooncakes. While the local Mid-Autumn Festival market is fixated on packaging, the sweet-toothed glutton in me reckon the traditional speciality should taste as good, if not better than an impressive-looking box
Robb Report Malaysia - With the Mid-Autumn Festival approaching, confectioneries, restaurants and hotels have started offering their unique and diverse range to these festive delicacies. From classic styles to delightful new recipes, here are the top places to get your mooncakes this year.
Tatler Malaysia - Lotus paste or red bean, traditionally baked or snow skin—there's something for everyone with these mooncake offerings from these hotels.
The mooncake boxes from EQ this year are based on classical traditions. The Longevity Box is based on the legend of the Jade Rabbit, while The Autumn Box draws inspiration from the season.
GLAM - Diundi antara restoran terbaik dunia oleh TripAdvisor, Sabayon yang terletak di EQ Kuala Lumpur menawarkan menu panggang popular, Signature Roast yang kini boleh dinikmati secara eksklusif di rumah.
Buro 24/7 - Whether you miss Sabayon’s Signature Roast or simply crave good roast beef, it’s now available for you to have at home. The whole beef OP (oven-prepared) rib is juicy, tender, and has a rich mouthfeel that’s amazing with the accompanying sauces including warm beef jus, Béarnaise sauce, and stone-ground mustard.
Travel Mishmash - On top of my list features Étoile. This café is so great that I also toyed with the idea of devoting one whole post to this and only spot. No kidding, it really is that awesome. Clearly this is an incredible fresh starter on the KL’s café and dining scene and for all the good reasons.