What? Kalacs? Secret? 009? Just looking at the name, one can’t help but think of James Bond, Secret Agent man 007 ……… so why 009? Well, I’m as puzzled as anyone can be but this outlet does serve some pretty nice snack.
I was in Singapore for a photography assignment, so we had the chance to dine at this well-known restaurant called Brazil Churrasco. They’re now top on my list when it comes to “meat restaurant” recommendation, buffet or not. 😀
Make no mistake, this ever so popular Malaysian tea time snack could be mistaken as a fortune cookie! Come to think of it, you could actually turn it into a fortune cookie version but I digress. 😛 Let’s look at the local puff, a huff and a puff and here …
Right at the entrance of Pavilion’s Tokyo Street is this little shop at the corner that sells Japanese Popsicles, or at least they call it popsicles. They don’t look like popsicles though.
I first noted Tappers when they opened at Jaya One many years back, what caught my attention was their colonial style decor and their menu. Tappers has since expanded to various other outlets, including places like Damansara Uptown and Ara Damansara.
To Malaysians, being able to dine during wee hours in the night is part of the culture. While most restaurants are closed even before midnight, Malaysians are not in lack when it comes to late night snacks and one of our local favorites is roti canai. ‘Roti’ is the Malay …
Our dining adventures brought us to Publika yet again this time, we took quite some time browsing what’s available and finally decided to give Ichiban Boshi a try. What drew my attention was their supposedly open air grilling but we ended up sitting inside and had a good Japanese feast.
Not all frozen food are bad, some of them are good. Tricious’ range of lasagna are one of those that I think are good, especially for those easy late night snacks.
Coliseum is a well-known name among the restaurants in Kuala Lumpur. Today, our visit brings us to their new outlet at Plaza 33 (next to Jaya 33, Petaling Jaya). This new outlet in PJ means one need not travel all the way to Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman to savor the …
Gourmet Popcorn? What? And look at the price – RM 10 for the plain flavored (small) while the rest costs like RM 17 or more! What’s so special about this popcorn?