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Hungry? Head your way to Merindy Restaurant in Kampung Simee

Sun, 27 Sep 2015 14:43:03 +0000

This article was first published in The Malay Mail. This carrot and onion fritter is one of Merindy Restaurant’s signature item; the other being the Ipoh famous sar kok liew. The beauty of waking up on a beautiful Saturday morning in Ipoh is the thought of a thousand and one breakfast options (figuratively speaking, but who’s […]

Not a Houdini’s Act, but almost … in this blanket of haze

Mon, 14 Sep 2015 02:56:48 +0000

Gosh, more than half a month and this is the first post for September. I deserve to be shot/whipped/blasted out of the orbit. I will not even try to explain myself here, for excuses are aplenty, grandfather stories coming in droves and yet I could talk (or sing) till the cow comes home and does […]

Keep calm and take a break: Three cafes to do just that in Ipoh

Sat, 29 Aug 2015 01:38:37 +0000

This article was first published in the Malay Mail Online. Time to wake up dear Malaysians, and smell the flowers? Lately social media users in Malaysia (and possibly beyond) have been assaulted by the barrage of ridiculous and extremely frustrating headlines dominating the news feed. Short of throwing tantrums and taking a defensive stance, sometimes […]

Guangdong cuisine at its best from this unassuming Hong Kong eatery

Sun, 23 Aug 2015 13:03:09 +0000

This article was first published in The Malay Mail Online. Click HERE to read it. Shandong chicken; a cold appetizer of roasted chicken meat, topped with a copious amount of minced garlic is their most popular dish here In a nutshell, Hong Kong is a bustling city power-packed with adrenaline-charged people; from the blue-collar working […]

Have An “Oddies” Saturday!

Sat, 15 Aug 2015 15:30:15 +0000

Loner (HKD55/MYR28) – Taiwanese pineapple pastry eggettes, served with Italian low fat milk gelato, fresh lychee, caramelized brioche croutons, homemade sweet corn ice cream and foam, topped with toasted coconut tuiles Happy Saturday dear readers, wherever you are. The weather in Hong Kong this week started unbearably warm, and then gradually turned to a chilly […]

The Coffee Academics @ Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Sun, 09 Aug 2015 10:32:39 +0000

Babycino (HKD40/MYR20) – Frothy steamed milk (caffeine-free) with chocolate flakes, powder and bobbing pieces of marshmallows. Two weeks in Hong Kong. My second weekend here, and things started to become more familiar, adjusted myself to the not-so-subtle manner of the locals speaking their mind (not a bad thing, really), the luxury of individual space is […]

Grab a quiet breakfast of curry mee and yong tau foo at Foo Kwai, Bercham

Thu, 06 Aug 2015 23:57:37 +0000

This article was first published in The Malay Mail Online. Lou Shu Fun served with a scoop of dry curry paste; and succulent cuts of caramelized BBQ pork on top There are some breakfast places in Ipoh that have remained evergreen; a hit with the loyal early risers in the quiet neighbourhoods of Ipoh, yet […]

Motormouth’s Life in Hong Kong

Sat, 01 Aug 2015 09:33:16 +0000

Wake up to a steaming hot basket of fluffy Char Siew Bao perhaps? In the blink of an eye, or without even batting an eyelid from the successive barrage of tragic news back home (the past week has been nothing short of dramatic for the Malaysian political scene!), I have spent a good week in […]

Heart still beating, but the energy fizzled out …

Fri, 24 Jul 2015 04:59:43 +0000

What’s better than a platter of crunchy, greasy, deep fried goodness fresh and piping hot from the wok? Pictured above are what we called “Lor Bak” or Ngoh Hiang (5 spices), the spiced pork rolls wrapped in beancurd sheets, but the term has been used to cover the entire range of fritters served with two […]

Beach Road Scissor-Cut Curry Rice – More than a Mess

Fri, 03 Jul 2015 15:33:50 +0000

A feast of Hainanese curry rice in Singapore; pictured above were dishes ordered at Beach Road Scissor-cut Curry Rice near to Farrer Park – guilt-laden yet deeply gratifying ensemble of curry and braised sauce drenched rice, battered prawn fritters, stewed cabbage, fried pork cutlet and sweet and spicy anchovies with caramelized onions. Since I have left […]