With the popularity of Korean entertainment and products, it’s not surprising to see the wide acceptance of Korean food as well, even when it comes to apps.
The signature Toilet Bowl restaurant isn’t new, in fact they’ve been in Malaysia since 2008. I don’t know why haven’t we tried it all these years but hey, better late than never! The one that buurps visit was the one down south in Johor Bahru City Square.
Check out these lovely miniatures! They’re made in Malaysia. 😀
Ahhh this place does bring the taste of my hometown to Klang Valley. I’ve heard of Capital for a while but haven’t the chance to visit them, after all finding a parking spot at Damansara Uptown is a PITA (not the bread). Opportunity came my way as the site of …
Yes MIGF is here again for yet another year of fine feasting. Don’t worry, you didn’t miss a thing because MIGF will take place from 1st to 31st October 2014 so there’s still much time to prepare – save up for the upcoming fantastic offers! As per the title of …
Ironic isn’t it? So there I was heading to Johor Bahru and on my “to visit”-list was supposedly the best Penang Char Koay Teow in Johor Bahru. 😀 Well, don’t blame me. I’m a fan of Char Koay Teow and will always make effort to try out those that I’ve …
You’re quite likely to have come this unique restaurant when you’re at Publika, and you probably would take a while to figure out the name as well. 🙂
We took a dive at Parkroyal Kuala Lumpur’s crabbilicious promotion, joining the weekend crowd that went crazy over the crustaceans.
Fabled for their Mongolian Chicken Rice, Hung Kitchen is also a great place for value meal.
Some kind soul mentioned the name “Bundaberg” in one of my Facebook posts and that lead me to this journey of seek and savor. Was it good? Yes it was.