Tatler Malaysia - Dining omakase (chef's choice) ensures patrons get the best a restaurant has to offer, as they indulge in premium cuts of fish flown in from Japan prepared and selected by the chefs. Leave it up to these culinary maestros to guide you on a gastronomical experience.
Buro 24/7 - Whether you choose to venture outside for a treat or stay home, we've got seven awesome things you can be doing this weekend.
Enjoy a 'Year of the Ox Afternoon Tea' at EQ. Bottega Lounge at EQ has reopened with a Chinese New Year-themed afternoon tea set, featuring three tiers of both savoury and sweet delights.
Malaysian Foodie - In celebration of Chinese New Year, EQ is presenting their Gifts of Prosperity, a selection of from delectable yee sang, the signature fortune pen cai, decadent dining sets, à la carte items, luxurious hampers and customisable gifts.
The Malaysian Reserve - The Chinese New Year celebrations at EQ Hotel (EQ) this year will present Gifts of Prosperity, a selection of palatable Yee Sang, the signature fortune pen cai, decadent dining sets, à la carte items, luxurious hampers and customisable gifts until Feb 26.
Malaysian Flavours - In celebration of Chinese New Year, EQ is presenting their Gifts of Prosperity, a selection of from delectable yee sang, the signature fortune pen cai, decadent dining sets, à la carte items, luxurious hampers and customizable gifts.
New Straits Times - I'm sure I'm not the only one who's beset with this "First World problem" of what to eat every day, especially since we've been pretty much ensconced within the four walls of our home ever since Covid-19 began its rampage around the world.
The Star - A reader shares fond memories of his uncle’s hotel in Penang, which is forced to close down:
I was sad to read the recent news of the closure of Hotel Equatorial Penang. A friend had forwarded me a message containing a letter sent to the hotel staff. It mentioned: “... the adverse business conditions caused by Covid-19” as the reason for the closure.
The City List - If you are looking to put some festive cheer into your Chinese New Year (or just life in general), try delivery and takeaway from EQ’s famous restaurants – Kampachi, Etoile Bistro and Nipah.
The Star - Former world champion squash player Datuk Nicol David has been anointed as the World Games Greatest Athlete of All Time.
The 37-year-old Penangite claimed the honour after obtaining the most number of votes in the final round of 10 athletes after the world-wide poll closed at 9pm Malaysian time.
Unreserved - EQ Kuala Lumpur’s most popular dishes are now available for delivery.
We might not be able to head out to our favourite dining rooms due to the ongoing MCO, but we can certainly make our at-home-dining experience a five-star affair.