The famous Macau pork chop bun is now part of the family in my favourite food court Hutong Lot 10. Tai Lei Loi Kei 澳门大利來記咖啡室 is the must visit for tourists if you are travelling in Macau. Established since year 1968, famous for its pork chop bun which is usually sold out within 2-3 hours. Contunue Reading
I took a half day off from work, in order to join the tai-tai-s for tea. ahh, a tea session, was what I need. Friday afternoon, we picked a French House - Maison Francaise. Contunue Reading
Chinese restaurants are always my pick when it comes to dinner with the family. Causal no frills restaurant, a variety of Chinese dishes to choose from and they all come with real wok hei. In search of new place for Chinese dishes, this one comes into my list.
Used to locate opposite the Brickfields police station has now situated at Lorong Syed Putra Kiri, Kheng Heong is the no frill restaurant that serves Chinese dai chow fares which is priced affordably. I find their dishes are pretty good, pretty homey (on those we have tried). Price wise, it was really affordable and cost us about Rm 160 for total of 8 pax.
Not if my BFF brought me over, I wouldn’t know there is this warmth cheerful café hidden here at this corner.
Simple, cosy and relaxing…
If you are seeking for an afternoon place with above criteria, jot down Await Café as it would be a great preference in the list. Contunue Reading
Looking for a place that serves authentic Italian cuisine that is priced affordable, Silver Spoon is the one! Located in/outside the Publika mall is this elegant yet casual restaurant that is specializing in Italian dishes; offering choices of food from snack to soup to salad; from pizza to pasta to mains; as well as desserts and interesting beverages. Contunue Reading
Mmmm… The aromatic scents of freshly baked bread and pastries are just so good!
This is the aroma where you could indulge in once you step into this bakery café.
2 years ago, we were in this café called The Haute Food Co for the BFF’s birthday celebration
2 years later… we were here again; on the same day, at the same venue, same time for brunch and same bunch of people…
The difference?! That’s the changes of management people as well as the name of the café. Tray Café has taken over The Haute Food Co last year. It is now manned by Victor, Dinesh and Allison, three energetic people who love preparing food and hand-made them in an old fashion way. Comfort food is what they emphasize in and doing them with some innovative ideas.