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Kuro Japanese Steamboat Buffett @ Plaza Arkadia, Desa Park City

Plaza Arkadia is becoming a new F&B hub to the area. Always wanted to try this outlet Kuro Japanese Steamboat Buffet in Desa Park City. Quite sort of similiar to Sukiya but price range about RM 64.90++ per pax for weekend rate. The temptation to try out is also they added unlimited Haagen Daz Ice cream as their dessert. Center island is fill with variety of frozen foods and fresh greens for you to choose from. No special sauce mixture…

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Chicken Plus finally landed in Malaysia @ Sunway Velocity

One of a upcoming prominent in Korea that currently is in massive expansion mood in the country, have about 100 outlets across Korea. Not only that, as Chicken Plus finally landed in Malaysia at Sunway Velocity being their first outlet and there will be more to come  as they are aggressively expanding in Malaysia too. It was election week and while returning to KL and craving for Fried Chicken, then stumble upon this outlet that it is new and running…

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Brew House @ TTDI

Economy is not doing well yah? Where do you usually find your happy hour joint? Brew House at TTDI is one of a new bar that recently operating in this neighborhood. Pampering us with happy hour promo and hot food to hit on. This place is also one of my favourite hangout spot as it is also one of a center point for many of my friends. One of my favourite snack that goes with beer is this Salted Egg…

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Enjoying Brasserie Fritz French High Tea Set @ Wolo Hotel, Bukit Bintang

Shopping and walking around Bukit Bintang yet you are tired and looking for a comfy place to chill. One of the most recent place I met up with some friends and enjoying Brasserie Fritz French High Tea Set in Wolo Hotel, Bukit Bintang. Although I am not really a tea set person, however this place do impress as you will be transported into a very quiet calm relaxing ambiance. BRASSERIE FRITZ is fit into a French inspire concept and this latest…

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Toby’s Estate @ Robertson Quay, Singapore

Final day in this island and had quick catch up with friends and was introduce to meet up at Toby’s Estate located in Robertson Quay, Singapore which is just a stone throw away from our hotel. Read some blogs upon writing this, that this place is famous for their coffee or some even commented that one of the best in the area or town. Toby’s Estate a Austrailian-style cafe and roaster. Understand that their house blend is a special combination…

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Sanpoutei Ramen @ Orchard Road, Singapore

While we have sometime to kill after our brunch before heading to airport, then stumble upon this Sanpoutei Ramen at Orchard Road that mention its origins from Niigata. Read some reviews before heading in and it seems that Niigata Shoyu Ramen is the outlet specialty. This soup base is also my favourite as it is hard to find nice shoyu base soup rame in KL. Sanpoutei originates from Niigata which is north of Tokyo since 1967. Their signature broth broth is…

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Jumbo Seafood @ Dempsey Hill, Singapore

Chili Crab. Who is into Chili crab? Another signature in Singapore is their famous Chili Crab. I have always been very curious what is the difference between theirs and ours.  My friend brought us to Jumbo Seafood at Dempsey Hill which is quite famous for their Chili crab and Pepper crab. Quite full house for weekdays as most of the tables are fully book. They do sell bak kut teh spices too. Tasted once before long time ago as their…

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Dancing Fish @ Bangsar Shopping Center

I am always a fan of Indonesian cuisine and I was craving for it since I came back from Bali 2 months ago. Till my friend introduce me Dancing Fish which serve Malay-Indo with combination of Malaysia and West Java which also following the trading route of Chinese Dutch Indian base back on their history. On the table, this beautiful preserve flowers are place on the table and you can purchase them if you are keen. Can just ask the…

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Seraph Awaken @ Klang

Seraph Awaken been introduce to be by a few friends and also some readers to ask to check this place out. After having awesome bak kut teh for breakfast as this newly discover place (click here), then we head over here for cuppa before heading back. Over here they serve more like specialty coffee which is their signature with beans from Honduras, Ethiopia, India, El Savador, Guatemala, Mexico, and Columbia priced at RM 12-18 per cup or maybe these are…

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Hai Di Lao 海底捞 Chinese Hotpot @ 313 Somerset, Singapore

Seems like most Malaysian that reaches the shore of Singapore will certainly hit onto Hai Di Lao 海底捞 Chinese Hotpot. I went to the one at 313 Somerset as my friend mention the one in Clark Quey is with crazy queue. I am not exceptional for this as I am keen to try what is special about this as I did visit their outlet in Korea last year. A bit about them: Founded in 1994, Hai Di Lao is a Sichuan…

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