2016, is the auspicious year of Monkey. It is the time again we get-together with family and friends, at the round dining table, celebrating the prosperous Chinese New Year.
Celebrating CNY with Lai Ching Yuen
Serve as one of the perfect places to hold the reunion dinner, Lai Ching Yuen Restaurant offers a wonderful array of scrumptious “yee sang” and delicious and promising dishes this Chinese New Year; specially crafted and headed by Chef Terrence Foong. The Chinese New Year menus are available from now until 29th February 2016; with 9 course set menus that start from Rm 1268.00 for a table of ten.
This is how life’s like especially it was just the first day of the week. Well, we were in need to counter the Monday blue with some booze and continued with more kanpai!
Or Two OX.
Manned by the lovely and energetic team behind Maison Francaise and leaded by passionate Chef Thierry, this is a French style bistro café which is created in a casual and much relaxed atmosphere, for one to enjoy the simple yet affordable and authentic French plates; that is ranging from warm to cold appetizer, cold platter to the amazing juicy steak and to the sweet ending; all in the simple one piece menu.
December; the last month of the year, the month of joy, the month of happiness.
Yes right, we have now come to the last month of the year and in less than 2 weeks’ time, it will be another brand new year. Hence, it’s time to be merry, get together and celebrate on this jolly festive month again! Ho Ho Ho!
So, what’s your plan for Christmas and New Year Eve???
If you haven’t thought of anything yet, perhaps this could be the great place for the festive celebration and to welcome the year of 2016 with your loved ones, friends and family.
The biggest regret while I was in Saga, Kyushu last year was I never get try out the marbling Saga beef in its homeland. I was overjoyed when there is one in KL that serves really great premium cuts of Saga beef and my buddy decided to splurge me on my birthday this year. We were both in heaven when we got to taste the real Saga beef in KL.
And so I just came back from Japan last month. One of the things that I regretted NOT doing while I was in Japan was trying out the Yakiniku because the fear of smoky scent plastered on our outfits. I was overjoyed again when I got a ping from Cleansui Malaysia; was invited for a collaboration dinner with Gyukingu and Straits Wine Company in their latest outlet.
Gyukingu Japanese BBQ Restaurant
The first reaction I dropped by this mall, I was like… OMG… why is there so huge differences one? Some shops has been relocated to new location, some are closed down and replaced with new one. And there are new eateries popped up and draw huge crowd and queue such as 4 Fingers.
I wanted to try out 4 Fingers but the queue was really long. Not a queue person I am, so I wandered round and spotted this.
I always adore the desserts from Delectable by Su. The desserts are finely made, decorated in a delectable style. In other word, cuteness overloaded. Just look at those figurines and the cake décors they made, they are all so colourful, fine and cute. Often, I will take away the desserts and enjoy them at home. But not now because their latest outlet offers a better dine in place, surrounded with scenic greenery and it is pretty quiet and chill to have a great afternoon over there. Another plus point, they serve hot food in this new outlet!
Delectable HQ Dessert café
A prettily puffed up soufflé and rich with eggy flavour…