The newly opened DC Mall has a few very popular restaurants which might be familiar to most, namely; Erawan, Soleil, Canton Fare, and Tifin by Kumar’s Restaurant or just Kumar’s as better known by most. As of date, there’s not many outlets open, but I’m sure this mall will soon be filled up with plenty of eateries worth visiting. So for now, let’s stick to the ones that are available. The last time I remember eating at Kumar’s was more than 2 years back at their outlet in Oasis Ara Damansara which was a little far out (for me), although the food was very tasty. Now that Tifin by Kumar’s Restaurant is less than 5 minutes away from home, more reasons to savour some spicy flavourful curry. Even the sound of it entices me! Continue reading “Tifin by Kumar’s Restaurant @ DC Mall, Damansara Heights”
It was one of those late evenings when I asked my friends if they were interested for a nightcap at this speakeasy bar in Bangsar after dinner. The name was AD Bar, in short for Anno Domini. We had to call AD Bar a couple of times asking for directions. It was next door to OJO Coffee in Telawi Bangsar, where you can find the dark stairs with yellow lighted hand rails. Walk all the way up and you will see two doors. It’s the door in front of you, not on your left. Then slide open to enter into AD Bar. Continue reading “AD Bar @ Telawi Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur”
Instead of my regular salad wrap and cold pressed juice after a sweat sesh at Kiara Hill on a Saturday morning, I went to Common Man Coffee Roasters for a try since I’ve seen some photos of this cafe on Instagram. Lucky thing it was only 2 minutes away from Kiara Hill by foot. CMCR was originally established in Singapore but now has expanded into Malaysia opening its first outlet here in TTDI Kuala Lumpur, offering a full menu (brunch up ’til dinner) and some seriously tasty coffee. Continue reading “Common Man Coffee Roasters @ TTDI, Kuala Lumpur”
Kebaya Dining Room is a restaurant that’s part of Seven Terraces Hotel along Stewart Lane, Penang serving modern Peranakan and Indo-Chinese cuisine. Each guest is served a 4 course meal at about RM120++ per pax including choices from starters, main course, vegetables and dessert. Each serving was portioned in a generous amount. I’d suggest to order different dishes and share-share with your friends, so you’ll get a variety and able try a bit of everything. Continue reading “Kebaya Dining Room Restaurant @ Seven Terraces, Penang”
For the past few years, Penang has been sprawling with hotels ranging from backpackers’ lodges to high end luxurious chains. This is no surprise as the island has been a favourite holiday destination for many because of its heritage charm and delicious street food.
So… I’ve decided to blog.
This is it! After all the long chats with my friends and having them convince me, I am finally starting to write my first post. A big shout out to those who encouraged and helped me set this up. Muchos gracias!