The street art scene in Kuala Lumpur, and also the Klang Valley is growing and going places. Fueled by Penang's impetus, the street art scene here kicked off with some individual pieces at the Pudu area. Now, with the support of paint companies, it has grown and stretched to areas like Shah Alam & Klang too!
Personally, I find museums interesting and I think museums are of great importance… That would be because museums contain artifacts and stories of previous civilizations, that enables us to envisio…
Overall, our trip to Thong Kee Café Taman Connaught Cheras is worth it. The food here are good, generous in portion with reasonable pricing. We will definitely come back to Thong Kee Café in the future.
The festive buffet lunch running throughout December (Mon to Fri) is priced at RM148nett for adults and RM88nett for children (5 to 11) while the weekend Festive at Vasco’s is priced at RM208nett and RM108nett for adults and children respectively. Meanwhile the festive seafood buffet dinner similarly running the whole of December (Sun to Thus) is priced at RM198nett for adults and RM98nett for children while the weekend Festive Super Seafood Buffet is priced at RM228 and RM118nett respectively for adults and kids.
Highly recommended is Saba Ichiya Boshi (RM20 – half, RM34 – whole) – the housemade seasoned and dried mackerel which is grilled until the skin is blistered and crisp. A dash of freshly squeezed lemon juice atop the fish is all that's needed to savour the fish’s sweet flesh. Oishii!
Sachi wows with kaiseki fare that embodies the current season with culinary excellence. Come find out why this TTDI restaurant is worth your time and money.
What do you get when ID meets F&B? The answer is KO, a gorgeous Taiwanese resto that’s an expression of art coupled with simple yet satisfying Taiwanese fare. Without having to say much about the decor, the pics speak for themselves – tasteful modern interpretation of the soulfulness of Taipei. Best part is, most of the stuff were DIY as the owners had to keep to a budget. I just love it when varying concepts come together successfully.
Verdict: The Asam Laksa really knocked my socks off and really no regret to have my second bowl of noodles here although my stomach nearly exploded after the meals. (≧▽≦)
Having been to Istanbul a couple of times, I find the food pretty close to the real deal and prices very reasonable. Will definitely be back for more.
Guinness Malaysia has officially launched its first-ever flagship outlet, Arthur’s Storehouse in Malaysia at Pavilion KL. Fans can enjoy the true Guinness experience alongside a Guinness-infused food and cocktail menu as well as exclusive merchandise imported from the Dublin Storehouse.
Verdict: The beef noodles has been built up a stellar reputation for years and and it is indeed famous for a reason – they know their food well and prove themselves noteworthy.
Christmas Eve Dinner Buffet (6pm-10pm) at RM258 nett per adult, RM129 nett per 7-12 years old child Christmas Day Brunch Buffet (12.30pm-3pm) at RM258 nett per adult, RM129 nett per 7-12 years old child Christmas Day Dinner Buffet (6pm-10pm) at RM258 nett per adult, RM129 nett per 7-12 years old child New Year’s Eve Dinner Buffet (6pm-10pm) at RM258 nett per adult, RM129 nett per 7-12 years old child New Year’s Day Dinner Buffet (6pm-10pm) at RM258 nett per adult, RM129 nett per 7-12 years old child