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Lou Sang this CNY at Lucky Peaches @ Plaza Arkadia

It seems that modern cuisine is also joining the pack to usher Chinese New Year 2019. More and more cafes, western restaurant is joining in to offer Lou Sang as part of their menu during this Festive Season. Lucky Peaches is one of my favourite dining place in Plaza Arkadia in Desa Park City now offering their take of Lou Sang. Lou Sang is a big thing during every Chinese New Year and for Lucky Peaches, they have come up…

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Top 12 Steet Food in Petaling Street, Chinatown

Constantly my oversea friends ask me what to eat in a few locations, especially Jalan Alor and Petaling Street China town. I have done up what to eat list in Jalan Alor and now coming up with top 12 street food in Petaling Street in KL as a guide. I have hunt half of it and half more to go. The famous stalls are seperated into 2 timing, one in day time and some are in night time. Morning/ Afternoon…

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Rama V Chinese New Year Menu 2019

Rama V. Rama V is one of a casual fine dine that establish quite well among many folks around the area. Sitting in Jalan U thant where the upscale residence is, fits well with the society there. Having a Thai chef in the house and with the new chef that came on board, I am impress with his cooking. His cooking style is from the Northern Thai. Therefore do not expect spicy flavour like the southern side of like Bangkok…

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FOOK @ Jalan Sultan Ismail, KL

A place that used to be Neo Tamarind have now transform to their new name The FOOK KL. A light touch of transformation had made this place into Modern Chinese Cuisine dining area. As they are rushing to complete and to be ready for Chinese New Year Gathering or reunion dinner, they are now offering a menu of RM188++/couple.   Interior looks good and especially with a huge mural in the new dining area that make it quite cool. Chinese New…

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Top 3 China Spicy Hotpot in Sunway Velocity

It seems that now Sunway Velocity is becoming like a mini ChinaTown. It turns out to be alot of China Hotpot is operating in this area and there are more popping up over next few months. I have been to both outlet a few times except Chuan Chuan. 1: Xiao Long Kan Hotpot 小龙坎重庆老火锅 Standing tall in the list is this place that stood top in my list. One of the best China Szechuan hotpot in this area or easily…

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Famous Kim Soya Bean @ Petaling Street

In KL we do not have the famous Funny Moutain Soya Bean from Ipoh, but we have this famous Kim Soya Bean at Petaling Street. I never knew about this stall till a few months ago. Usually I visited China Town at Petaling street during night time. Rarely would come during day time. So for visitors to Petaling Street, this is one of a soya bean stall that you must stop by as usually it is flock by both locals…

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Sek Yuen Restaurant @ Jalan Pudu

Looking for a good classic Chinese restaurant in KL? Look no further for this legendary Sek Yuen Restaurant that had been operating in Jalan Pudu for decades. Residing in this old classic stand alone shoplot that is brightly lit with 70’s neon like as the building outline is making a huge bee line during Chinese New Year. They are also well known for their dai chow with old classic taste that is mostly run by old folks of family members.…

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Dinner at Brasserie Fritz @ Wolo Hotel, KL

In the heart of Bukit Bintang where Wolo Hotel sits just right in the middle of it. Brasserie Fritz do offer nice experience for their tea set as they have high glass panel with tons of natural lighting coming in. Perfect for those who loves to take OOTD. This round, I am back to hit on their dinner. This would be one of my favourite area as the seafood offerings does look good and fresh.   table settings is quite…

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The Hype: Tiger Sugar or The Alley Bubble Milk Tea

The war of bubble tea is back again. Now bringing the 2 latest crazy hype around South East Asia is these 2 leading brands Tiger Sugar and The Alley. So what are your thoughts? Which brand do you prefer? source from Shenzhen Review The Alley first made its mark in Klang Valley about 9 months ago and had made a huge hoo haa on it. I have heard lots of crazy stories about it and certainly love their little marketing…

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Seni Sattisorru Claypot Curry Rice @ Brickfields, KL

I was introduce by my friend that the original Seni Sattisorru Claypot Curry Rice is hidden inside Brickfields. The heart of Little India in KL. He mention that, currently this is one of his favourite place for this Indian Curry Claypot rice that brings a satisfactory kick to him. A place which is rather newly operated which is about 9 months old and did ask the owner on the other outlet mention by other media platform. He mention that that…

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