Tag

European Countries

Browsing

As some of you might have read on my previous posting on Puma Launches on Evolotion Suede took place at Blackbox Publika. This round it hit another new level with Old School vs New School. The revolutionary continues with with Crossover and Raising the Bar,  by organizing the first in-store silent DJ battle in Malaysia.

1

That is how the name ‘Crossover Party’ came about, and held Crossover outlet in Sunway Pyramid.

2_zpsaefdece5

A silent disco or silent party may be new to Malaysians, but it has been a familiar scene in European countries. Instead of a speaker system, the music can only be heard through FM-transmitted wireless headphones worn by party guests. Anyone without the headphones will hear no music, offering the effect of a room full of people dancing to no music.

DSC_0855_zpsdf87fda6

 

DJ H3 spinning on latest track . .

The PUMA silent DJ battle saw DJ Fuzz, a DJ that has been around since 1999, battling H3, a new and upcoming DJ that came about in 2009, to win over the audience. DJ Fuzz played his old school mix of hip-hop, top 40s, house, commercial, and reggaeton tunes, while H3 played his newer mix of dubstep and drum & bass. The event also saw Mio and Micwrecka, two hip-hop MCs battle it out, showing off their skills at what they do best.

DSC_0851_zps7ef1bc47

 

DJ Fuzz which many of you would heard on his name in Club Hitz is spinning on Old School track.

DSC_0861_zps35be5b80

Some of you that bought your shoe that day, you can get it pimp by the designer on the spot.

DSC_0887_zps6583c378

Those who are in the scene area the usual suspect and all with their uber cool headphone dancing around.

As an extension to the Instagram contest that is currently going on, a pair of PUMA Suede and VIP passes to the finale party on the 5th of April 2013 were given out during the event to an attendee with the most interesting picture posted on Instagram with the hashtags specially coined for the campaign – #forthestreet, #MY, and @PUMA. The first 30 people that made purchases during the event also
got their shoes autographed by graffiti artists, Bee of PHBKLK, Iqbal of Fresh Kids, Carpet, Katun, and Bone.

Various events and activities took place over the duration of the Evolution of Suede global campaign, which will end with the finale event. For more on the ‘Evolution of the Suede’, visit http://madeforthestreet.com

The best part is check out below how to win yourself a pair of invites to the Finale Party:

1-3_zpsd7fd13e9

This is rather simple with steps below:

1) just like on my page facebook.com/taufulou 

2) comment on my FB page that have this Puma post dated 29th March by commeinting “I want . . . .  “

First 3 person that comment will walk away with the tickets ! ( I have 2 pairs of VIP and 1 pair of normal ticket to be given away)

Contest ends on 3rd April 10pm, Contest winner fail to response within 24 hours will be pass to next winner) – only comments in FB stands!

Details of event:

Date : 5th April
Time: 8pm
Location: Capsquare

*All pictures credit to Samuel 

 

Month of Feb is one of the best month so far that comes with CNY and along with my Birthday. For the first time in my life so many friends celebrated my birthday with. Usually it doesnt hit more than 2 group of friends.I know its a bit sad but this is true fact. . . 😀

Another group of my crazy friend that invited me along for this dinner that they find that the food is fantastic. As most of them are also food lover, not to mention some of them are good drinker. If you are looking for some changes in your dining experience with a blend of South America, then here is one of the place to stop by.

LA Boca (1)

What does LA BOCA mean? Its a colourful seaport town in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and a famed port of call for thousands of immigrants from Italy, Spain, and other European countries. Today, La Boca is the domain of the working class, bohemian artists, rabid soccer fans and tango street performers.

It is an authentic Latin American Restaurant & Bar famed for our friendly atmosphere, authentic Latino food & beverage, awesome latin music, personalized service (handsome waiters) and great parties. Our genuine South American atmosphere creates the ideal environment for special occasions and celebration parties.

LA Boca (2)

Love the restaurant interior design that they totally brings out the feel of South America, with hand painted original artwork depicting the rough brilliance of the houses in the Tango street of “Carminito” which was built with cast-off ship building materials and colourfully painted by the local immigrants.

LA Boca (3)

LA Boca (4)

LA Boca (5)

LA Boca (6)

They presented their menu in different style too, more like a mini newspaper

LA Boca (7)

Price of the food are pretty reasonable with the quality and serving . . .

LA Boca (8)

LA Boca (14)

LA Boca (9)

Striploin @ RM 68, apologize for this little slab of meat only as the rest were too hungry and started eating, and this is what I am left behind. Cook to perfection as per request medium rare that the beef is fresh and juicy, sprinkle with some spices that make the taste event better. If you are a beef lover, not to miss out on this.

LA Boca (10)

If you would want to hit some light food or diet then Cevichi Salmon would fall into one of my recommended list. Light in taste with sour tomato, sweet and spicy that enhance the taste of the salad that make it irresistible. The dressing that makes it stood out too.      RM 25

LA Boca (13)

LA Boca (12)

This is no ordinary pizza or that makes it a Argentinean folded pizza, Pizza Rellena @ RM 30

LA Boca (11)

stuffed with turkey ham, mozzarella, kalamata olives and basil. Not only that, it taste much better with the pairing sauce which I have forgotten to take. Its slightly on sour taste that pairs very well.

LA Boca (15)

I ask the rest what is good and Jason told me La Boca Burger is damm awesome. Then I follow suit and order. Serve along with thick homemade patty with special dressing and small cubes of mango. Meat is soft and mango with special sauce that make it slight sour base end. Perfect. Highly Recommended! @ RM 29

LA Boca (16)

when comes to traditional eating, of course must try out their signature authentic Fajitas @ RM 29. Serve in a hot plate that have a perfect blend of taste, chicken, mushroom, basil leaves and capsicum. A few slices of wraps are given separately for you to wrap on.

LA Boca (17)

Empanadas @ RM 21

LA Boca (18)

I would call it Argentinean Curry Puff. hehehe, with different filling more like white sauce, with mince meat, and dipping with the sauce gives another level of taste. I prefer to eat it original.

LA Boca (19)

Some say their Churros @ RM 15 used to be one of the best and for this round they change the texture of churros and many of them think their last one better. The current one is chewy and not crispy. If it is sprinkle with cinnamon sugar would be perfect.

LA Boca (20)

Louixe is also a Feb baby too . . She is getting excited. .

LA Boca (21)

Here am I, celebrating along with my best friend Louise who is also Feb baby, as her date is 2 days away from mine.

LA Boca (22)

It wouldnt be perfect if these guys are not here, with Jason, Kelly, Anna and Evelyn. thank you all for da dinner ~!~!~

LA Boca (24)

AFter that, we head to Tom Dick and Harry for second round as Mad Sally was the band that performing that night.

LA Boca (25)

These are the 2 inseparable earthlings. Not to mention Kelly had great voice to sing too, as she amaze many of the crowd that night by being guest singer for Mad Sally.

In Pavilion, if you are looking for some interesting food, then La Boca is certainly one of a recommended restaurant by me.

*Pork Free

-= KA CHING =-

Food rating 9/10 ,Good… Loving it~ Recommended! -Stamped-

-WARNING –This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:

La Boca Latino Bar,
Level Three,
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: 03-2148 9977

Mon – Thu: 09:00 – 01:00
Fri – Sat: 09:00 – 03:00
Sun: 09:00 – 01:00

On one side I am proud of being a Malaysian which is, Malaysia have a lot of local talents. In cooking shows or local famous celebrity chef Chef Wan is definitely a no stranger to all of us but one of the local chef that had makes it mark at the shores away from Malaysia by promoting hard on our local cuisine and culture at the European countries. Chef Norman Musa, A kampong boy from upbringing, that born from Butterworth, Penang had step its foot to UK on the year 1994 as Quantity Surveyor and since then by hosting alot of friends from Malaysia he had made himself a self thought cook, till date his restaurant was nominated Restaurant of the Year award in 2009, nominated for Manchester’s Chef of the Year Award and a Chef to the Lotus Racing Formula One Team.

Norman

Pin It