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Chakri Palace @ Pavilion

Chakri Restaurants serve authentic Thai cuisines specially prepared by the selected award wining chefs. And, they are well known for their unique Royal Thai Cuisine, which is a statement that should not be denied. Chakri Palace also showcased a buffet spread of Thai cuisines and local favourite dishes specially for “Tantalizing Taste of Thailand” Ramadhan buffet promotion to be held at Imperial Chakri Palace KLCC and Chakri Palace Pavilion KL from 18th May 2018 onwards.

Sri Lankan Seafood Festival @ Berjaya Times Square

Ayubowan! Berjaya Times Square Hotel is delighted to have brought in two distinguished chefs to understand a host a “Sri Lankan Seafood Festival” for the whole month of April 2018. Sri Lankan cuisine has been shaped by many historical, cultural and other factors. India, Indonesia and Dutch cuisines are most evident in shaping the taste and ingredients of their dish. 

Chicken Up @ SS15

Chicken Up opened its door in 2010 and has won itself the title of No.1 Korean Fried Chicken In Singapore. The secret of to its success remains in the extensive 12-hour marinating process of each chicken part using their very own unique recipe and deep fried to perfection to seal in all the delectable goodness and bursting flavours. As of now, the business owns 4 outlets in Singapore itself and 2 outlets in Malaysia, Subang Jaya and Johor respectively.

Kampachi @ Pavilion

Kampachi serves only the finest quality food as its sashimi were air-flown directly from the famed Tsujiki market, Tokyo. A perfect spot for all occasions and gathering to sit together and enjoy an authentic dining experience. 

Shen Zhen Street Food Travel Guide

Like most cities in Asia, street food culture is alive and well in Shenzhen, and plenty snacks and goodies of all shapes and sizes are offered in abundance on skewers, in boxes and bags, or in cute little plastic trays all over town. Below is a compilation of street food that can be found in Shen Zhen. 

Mon Chaang Thai Tea @ Sunway Pyramid



We may not be able to change the weather, but here are some drinks you can sip on to help you stay cool in this hot spell. Head over now to Mon Chaang, the latest Thai Tea Franchise that have recently arrived in Malaysia and select from up to 15 wonderful choices of refreshments to help you beat the heat.

Upperhouse Kitchen and Dessert Bar

Upperhouse Kitchen and Dessert Bar specialises in dessert and offers a range of plated desserts, all things chocolates and hot food items. They are launching a very unique dessert soon! Read more to find out how interesting this upcoming dessert can be! 

Qinghegu Korean Restaurant @ Uptown

Qinghegu is a Korean traditional restaurant with no GST or service charge. Service is top notch excellent too. BBQ is done in traditional charcoal which is a must for the aroma and to preserve the juiciness of the meat. 

Enorme @ Petaling Jaya

Enorme is run by a food enthusiast, Chef William who has a passion and love for food. Serving authentic Italian cuisines with a twist of innovation just to make things more exciting for everyone. But what impresses and excites me the most is that their handcrafted wood-fired pizzas are larger than you are able to imagine. Also, you get to try out many authentic Italian flavours of pizza that are not commonly offered by the local pizza restaurants. Just the mere thought of it makes me crave for my delectable enormous pizzas !!


Tao Chinese Cuisine @ Intercontinental Hotel

“Tao”, which means peach in Mandarin, is the new restaurant located on level one of the hotel and is immediately recognizable with a vibrant design using the bloom of the pale pink April peach flowers as a signature motif and a spectacular cloud-like inspired ceiling giving an impression of dining under the stars.