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Sizzling skewers and single-malt whisky.
Wondermilk Cute coffee shop serving cupcakes and candy. The brainchild of a graphic design collective, this candy-coloured cupcake emporium revels in its cute-as-a-button décor. Bunting is strung across the ceiling, take-home confectionary (M&M cookies, rocky...
Cafe leading KL’s third wave coffee scene. Having earned their barista stripes at Sections 17’s Butter + Beans, the dynamic duo of KL’s third wave coffee scene – mates Adam and Neil – are now busy extracting espresso and steaming milk at Sri Hartamas’ latest hipster...
Learn about coffee at a cafe with classrooms in Pulp by Papa Palheta.
The dish you're looking for at Restaurant Super Kitchen is called “Pan Mee”, the dried version. Pan mee actually means flat flour noodle. The best are freshly hand-pulled, where the dough is traditionally hand kneaded and torn into small pieces. Nowadays the dough is...
Tried Japanese Ramen? Have you tried the Chinese version? Because of its popularity, the wait time for a bowl of pork noodles is rather long in Kean Fatt but it’s worth it.
Restaurant Ratha Raub, a casual, family-owned restaurant is fast becoming one of Damansara Uptown’s most popular new hangouts this year
With Chinese New Year just around the corner, it's time to start making your restaurant reservations especially if you fancy to have an authentic Chinese cuisine. Yumiqi would be our pick as they serve authentic Shunde cuisine. Shunde is a district in Guangdong, China...
Three Little Pigs went to Nexo in Bangsar and all of them were turned into Iberico pork – and we all rejoiced.
Craving a strong hit of caffeine in a toe-curling brew? A cup of local coffee (kopi) at one of Singapore’s more than 3,000 kopitiams (coffee shops) will set you up for the day