The Star - Malaysia is a melting pot of cultures and traditions, and nowhere is this more apparent than in our food. Arab, Indian, Chinese, Thai and Javanese are just a few of the influences that make Malaysian food truly unique.
Robb Report Malaysia - Of the many elements that make the wines of Champagne Barons de Rothschild so spectacular, there are three in particular that stand out most. There is, of course, the Rothschild name – for the Rothschild family has long been linked to some of the world’s finest and most coveted wines.
Robb Report Malaysia - During the month of Ramadan, the perfect restaurant to buka puasa or break fast in needs to not only serve up delicious heritage cuisine, but also provides a space where families can be together as they celebrate the holy month. Here’s Robb Report Malaysia list of the best buka puasa feasts in Kuala Lumpur.
KL Foodie - Klang Valley is home to numerous hotels that offer Ramadan Buffets. Get ready to eat to your heart’s content and enjoy a full spread of delicious local food and Ramadan delights too! We have uncovered 12 spots for you to check out this whole Ramadan month.
Malaysian Foodie - Since Ramadhan will be coming soon, EQ returns with Citarasa Nipah, a diverse buffet spread of over 100 delectable traditional Malay and Southeast Asian dishes. The menu will be rotated weekly during the promotional period from 13 April until 31 May 2021.
First Classe - The fasting season is only a week away, so now’s a good time to start planning your buka puasa get-togethers. After the restrictions on dining out last year, you can count on Malaysians to seize the opportunity this time around to celebrate the holy month at the best places in town.