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Swez Brasserie Buffet at Eastin Hotel Penang

Finally I step into Eastin Hotel after reading so many positive review on their lunch buffet, theme is Vicacious Vietnam during my visit which is March but most of the dishes prepare is toward international and only few Vietnamese dishes. Price of RM...

Swez Brasserie Buffet at Eastin Hotel Penang

Finally I step into Eastin Hotel after reading so many positive review on their lunch buffet, theme is Vicacious Vietnam during my visit which is March but most of the dishes prepare is toward international and only few Vietnamese dishes. Price of RM...
by Taste...iest on May 26, 2012

In Bercham, We Run A Food Street Away from the Spotlight …

…. That could still be shying away  from the radar of curious food hunters; especially the rampaging kind (read : hungry tourists lining up for ‘tau fu fah’ and dim sum every weekend). And truth be told, deep inside, I really wish...
by Motormouth From Ipoh on Apr 26, 2012

Nyonya Cooking Class Secret Recipe for Otak and Nasi Ulam

We are glad to be invited by Pearly to participate in her Nyonya Cooking Class few weeks back, we never attend any cooking class before and we really look forward to be part of the Nyonya cooking class. Few years back we frequently home cook during o...

Nyonya Cooking Class Secret Recipe for Otak and Nasi Ulam

We are glad to be invited by Pearly to participate in her Nyonya Cooking Class few weeks back, we never attend any cooking class before and we really look forward to be part of the Nyonya cooking class. Few years back we frequently home cook during o...
by Taste...iest on Apr 19, 2012

Hainanese Choon Pheah 春饼 Definitely Not Hokkien Popiah 薄饼

Hainanese cuisine plays a big role in Penang’s food culture and heritage. Although some of the dishes are influence by the Hokkiens and Peranakans, it is distinctively different. The influences are all due to the demographic changes and... [[...

Postcard from Malaysia

8 days in Malaysia = 40 meals = me coming home with an extra 3 kgs around my waist. Was it worth it? Oh, yeah. Because Malaysia is a foodie’s paradise. There’s just so much good stuff to eat there. Malaysia boasts a wonderful mix of Mala...
by The Hungry Australian on Aug 5, 2011


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