Tag Archives: Food

Halal Eats in Phnom Penh

An updated list of Halal eateries in the city.  Since we still couldn’t cook at home, we had to eat out and this meant searching for halal restaurants in Phnom Penh. It’s always good to know there are different types ...

10 Cafes For The Hungry Soul In Kuala Lumpur.

  There’s no denying that food makes hungry people warm and more open to conversations. It keeps you relaxed and busy while your head is thinking about a thousand different things for the day. In my previous post on 10 ...

Johor Bahru: Food Trip

  “Are we there yet?” This is my sisters’ favorite thing to say (and annoy me) while we were driving down south to Johor Bahru for her interview with one of the companies there. It took us around 4 hours ...

Spending New Year Eating In Kuala Lumpur.

  First and foremost Happy New Year 2015 everyone! Hope you’ve been spending the past few days planning (or not planning) on new resolutions, new travel destinations and new adventures. I had a nice New Years eve in Phnom Penh ...

Cambodia Chameleon: We Came for the Crabs in Kep.

  A weekend in Kep. Kep is a small town located nearby the Kampot Province of Cambodia on the southwest side, and it can be reached via the local buses or taxis. Kep was once a popular beach spot before ...

Kota Bharu, A Food Haven Spot

After going on a few trips to Kota Bharu and posting quite a number of food photos on Instagram and Facebook, I decided to compile a list of restaurants and food spots which I have personally tried, to share with ...

A Kelantan Travelogue – “Gula Perang Ada?”

It’s the eve of Eid al-Adha and tomorrow marks the day of prayers, sacrificing of a sheep, cow, goat or camel, giving away one-third of the meat to friends as well as relatives while the remaining one-third or more of ...

Alternative Food Stops in Penang

What would Penang be without its’ arts and salivating local delicacies? Famous for it’s assam laksa and pasembur, Penang definitely is a food haven for anyone with an empty tummy to fill. It was no different for us when we ...

Ramadan Buffet @ Sime Darby Convention Centre

Halia Restaurant in Sime Darby Convention Centre (SDCC) is one of my favourite places to break fast during Ramadan month. The food has always been good here as they serve mostly authentic local dishes just like in the ‘kampungs’. I ...

Bazaar Ramadan: Bangsar

Bangsar has also been one of my favourite spots for a good local food during the Ramadan month. It is also less congested compared to other Ramadan Bazaars that I have been to. Located just opposite the mosque, this area ...

Bazaar Ramadan: Kampung Penchala

The Kampung Penchala Ramadan Bazaar is located between Taman Tun Dr. Ismail (TTDI) and Damanasara Perdana area, separated by the Penchala Link Highway. The Bazaar can be seen from the highway with its’ colourful tents and cars parked along the ...

Ramadan Buffet: Serai Paya PJ Hilton

I’ve always visited Hilton Petaling Jaya for seminars, talks and even dinner but this was the first time I came for the Ramadan Buffet spread at their Paya Serai Restaurant. I have to thank Jard for inviting me to break ...

Padi House: Putrajaya

Padi House is still a low key restaurant even though they currently have a few branches in the Klang Valley. I have visited the one in Bandar Baru Seri Petaling but the one in Putrajaya was newer and had a ...

Two Girls in Rome – Eating the Streets

The first challenge we had when planning our trip to Rome was surely finding a great plane ticket, as going they can be quite expensive. Thankfully, with the help of GoEuro, a good website for finding cheap train and flight ...

For the Love of Jonker Street.

  Jonker Street is famous for its’ heritage, culture, arts and local food. I however find all those that I mentioned to be my favourite reasons to visit this place whether it being during the day or night. The day ...

Melaka: Eating Parameswara in Umbai

When we were younger, I remembered my parents bringing us to Umbai to eat a lot of seafood and packets of nasi lemak. It’s nice to come back here again to relive those memories. I forgot about the many stalls ...

What the Cupcakes? – Wondermilk Publika

  Wondermilk Publika and its’ delicious cupcakes. I remembered going to Wondermilk for the first time about 6 years back. It was with my ex-colleague Weed who had asked me to join her to visit this little joint in Damansara ...

Chinese Halal Seafood: Hj Sharin Chinese Muslim Restaurant

Eating Chinese Halal Seafood for dinner. Once a week I have dinner with my parents and usually it’ll be somewhere new since my parents are the adventurous type when it comes to gourmet. My dad suggested that we try Hj ...

Oui Oui A Delicious Bakery: Levain Boulangerie

A French inspired bakery in KL. I had read about Levain Boulangerie & Patisserie a tad too many times and salivated over the photos that Nigel had posted in Food n’ Frame. Everytime we wanted to go there, something would ...

Ghosts in Penang: Food for Our Souls

  Most probably you’d be thinking about the ghosts I mentioned in my first post of Penang. This post however is mostly about the food that fed our souls during the whole trip. There’s nothing like Penang food. In fact ...

Hong Kong : The Last Night

The last night in Hong Kong I slept super early the night before, actually I slept right after we finished our meeting in the evening. The tiredness had accumulated from the morning I left KL! But I felt a lot ...

Hong Kong: Meetings, Eating & Muji

Eat & shopping time after all the meetings. Today was a working day which meant meetings throughout the day which was quite good given the fact that we got to meet our colleagues from the Hong Kong office. By now we ...