A season has past and spring is coming soon. Guess I should really have to be more hardworking and work harder on the backlogs. Autumn is a romantic season, the weather is chilling and joyful; with the sun up high in the sky but you […]
If you have been following me on Instagram, surely you will know that I went for a super ultra-mega short trip to Tokyo before Chinese New Year. It was extremely chilling winter’s day and also the season for ichigo (strawberry). One of the activities I […]
Month end is coming soon; let’s pamper yourself with real good food and great wine pairing! Do check out the “Wine and Dine” night in Lafite, Shangri La Hotel Kuala Lumpur, happening on every last Friday of the month, from 7pm to 10.30pm at just […]
Where is your usual dim sum place? I used to frequent to Jing Xuan in Kuchai Lama, but I came across a better one now – Dragon Inn Dim Sum in Alam Damai, Cheras. Plus point, it is located very near to my house.
Dragon Inn Dim Sum 龍軒港式點心
There are many types of must-eat in Nagoya. Allow me to start the first Nagoya food journey with this delicious must-eat if you are travelling to Nagoya. Atsuta Houraiken あつた蓬莱軒 Atsuta Houraiken Honten has been around since year 1873 in Atsuta area. To date, it […]
Sake is something I will always order when dining in an izakaya. I bet many do this too (besides beer and highballs). Aside from raising the glass filled with sake, shout Kanpai and drink along with the gang, do you know that there are many types of sake (nihon-shu) in the market and each of them has its own profile and characteristic?! All these while, my sake dictionary is limited to junmai-shu, ginjo-shu, daiginjo-shu, honjozo-shu, nama zake (my favourite!!!), nigori… little did I know, there are more such as genshu, koshu…..!!! Thanks to Mr Danny for the invitation and sharing, this session has stimulated my interest in learning more about them in depth!
The Sake Place