School Holiday Promotion at Coffee Terrace, Genting Highlands

Coffee Terrace at the Lobby Level of Genting Grand Hotel is currently having a promotion for their guests who happens to drop by this school holiday. For just RM38 for adult and RM19 for child, you can enjoy delicacies from the opened kitchen buffet concept eg Local, Flavors of Malaysia, Chinese, Western, Japanese & Western Asian. There are also varieties of appetizer, salads and desserts on the buffet spread.

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Entrance to Cofee Terrace.

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Flavours of Malaysia

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Homey dishes

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Local favourites

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Chinese food selection also offers a variety of local favourites.

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Western delights

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Some of our favourites

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Desserts

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Walk in welcomed. For bookings and inquiries, click HERE

Coffee Terrace
Lobby Level of Genting Grand Hotel
69000 Genting Highland,
Pahang, Malaysia.

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Feast like royalty on Dim Sum at The Emperor, Grand Dorsett Subang

In conjunction with Dorsett Grand Subang’s 6th anniversary, The Emperor will extend its celebrated All-You-Can-Eat Dim Sum for lunch on weekdays, every Tuesday to Saturday starting 1 September to 30 November 2015.

Tuck into an all-you-can-eat experience from a customized menu specially curated by our Dim Sum masterchef. Savour delightful morsels of delicately handcrafted signature Dim Sum from The Emperor’s Dim Sum, Wok and Dessert selections.

Feast like royalty on Dim Sum classics such as Steamed “Siew Mai” Emperor Style and fluffy Steamed BBQ Chicken buns. Both variations are delectable with power packed tasty goodness that leaves you wanting more.

Elevate your palate with delectable dishes such as Sautéed Cuttlefish coated with Oriental Butter Sauce, or Wok-Fried Shelled Prawns with Lemongrass and Curry Leaf – bite in to crisp and succulent prawns fused with tinge of spiciness and tang.

End on a sweet note with refreshing Chinese desserts such as Chilled Honeydew Melon with Sago, Mango Pudding and Royal Herb Jelly to cool your palate after a hearty meal.

Here’s a sneak peak on some of the Dim Sum that’s definitely worth your calories. I would highly recommend these:

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Double Boil Pitaya Yellow Flower with Dried Scallop Soup

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Steamed Dim Sum Variation: Steamed “Siew Mai” Emperor Style, Steamed “Extra Ordinary” Sauce Chives Dumpling, Steamed Prawn Dumpling with Coriander Steamed Squid Ink Bun with Salted Egg Custard.

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Deep-fried Dim Sum Variation: Deep-fried Yam Dumpling, Deep-fried Prawn Dumpling with salad, Deep-fried Vegetarian Spring Roll.

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Sauteed Mixed Vegetables “Teo Chew” Style with Macadamia Nuts.

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Braised “Eu-Fu” Noodles with Crab Meat and Chives

The Emperor remains an award-winning restaurant, specialising in Cantonese cuisine headed by our Executive Chef Loh Jiunn Voon and his team of culinary masters such as Dim Sum masterchef, Chef Ang; who oversees the Dim Sum daily operations at The Emperor.

All-You-Can-Eat Dim Sum Lunch is priced at RM78.00 nett per person (minimum of TWO persons) and is available from Tuesday to Saturday. Family Dim Sum Brunch at The Emperor is available every Sunday and public holidays and is one of the top choices in the city.

Operation hours are from 12.00noon to 2.30pm for lunch, 6.00pm to 10.00pm for dinner and 10.30am to 2.30pm for lunch and 6.00pm to 10.00pm on Sundays and Public Holidays.

For enquires or reservation please call 03-5031 6060 ext. 1954. Visit Dorsett Grand Subang’s website for more information at www.dorsetthotels.com/malaysia/subang and don’t forget to “Like” them at https://www.facebook.com/DorsettGrandSubang

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Halal Mooncakes by Grand Dorsett Subang

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In celebration of the Mid-Autumn festival, Dorsett Grand Subang introduces the tradition of mooncake crafting, with its highly anticipated selection of mooncakes. This year, the hotel offers a selection of HALAL certified mooncakes that will offer its Muslim guests a peace of mind when consumed.

Mooncakes are a traditional staple during Mid-Autumn festival which occurs between the month of August and September every year. During the Yuan Dynasty, mooncakes were used by the Chinese to plan a rebellion against Mongol government.

A total of 11 types of mooncakes will be available for purchase, the traditional baked mooncakes and the snowskin variant of the mooncakes.

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The traditional baked mooncakes.

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The crystal skin variety of mooncakes.

A must try ncluding the signature Honey Dragon Fruit mooncake. The unique flavour of Honey Dragon Fruit comes in both baked and crystal skin variations, handcrafted by master chefs.

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Honey Dragon Fruit mooncake, crystal skin

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Honey Dragon Fruit mooncake, baked version.

The exotic dragonfruit is high in both antioxidants and Vitamin C hence, making it less of a guilty pleasure for guests who are health conscious.

For guests who are keeping track of their sugar levels, Dorsett Grand Subang offers low-sugar variations for its baked mooncakes.

“Jewels of Mid-Autumn’ is available from 4th August to 27th September and prices start from RM24.00 nett. Guests who purchase four pieces of mooncakes and above receive exclusively designed mooncake gift box.

For bulk purchase, 15% discount is given for 10-29 boxes purchased; and 30% discount for 30 boxes and above purchased. Dorsett Prestige Club members will receive 20% discount on all mooncakes purchases. The rates and 10% service charge are inclusive of 6% GST rate.

For orders and enquiries, please call 03-50316060 or visit www.dorsetthotels.com/malaysia/subang

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Nong&Jimmy Seafood Restaurant

Looking for a place to eat seafood in Kuala Lumpur? Here’s a good place to have seafood.

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Nong&Jimmy, Seafood Restaurant.

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Pricing of the seafood is displayed at the whiteboard for customers’ reference.

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Seafood produce are fresh from the sea

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All seafood produce are counted in kilograms except for cockles which was priced per plate.

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Seafood being grilled

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Fresh BBQ crab

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Also spotted in the vicinity of the restaurant is a You Tiao stall.

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Some dishes that we managed to try the other day; Mango Salad, Prawn Cakes,Seafood Fried Rice, Seafood Tomyam, Grilled Stingray, Steamed Seabass, Sweet Sour and Spicy Seabass, Butter Prawns, BBQ Crab, Black Pepper Crab, BBQ Squid and Mini You Tiao.

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Prawn Cakes RM15 (small) / RM30 (big).

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Mango Salad /Kerabu Mangga RM12 per plate.

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Seafood Fried Rice RM6 per pax.

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Tom Yum Soup RM15 (small)/ RM30 (big).

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BBQ Stingray RM20.

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Butter Prawns RM44 per /500grams.

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BBQ Squid RM12 per plate. Served with a side of homemade Thai chilli sauce.

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Thai Style Steamed Fish RM40.

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Thai Style Fried Fish RM40.

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Grilled Crabs RM70/per kg.

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Black Pepper Crabs RM70 per kg.

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Last but not least is the Mini You Tiao served with a side of rich, homemade coconut jam.

This modest restaurant is located in Taman Cahaya Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.
Early bookings and reservation is recommended as the place tend to be crowded with diners.

Nong & Jimmy Thai Seafood BBQ
Lot 27363, Jalan Cahaya 1,
Taman Cahaya,
Ampang Selangor, 68000
Tel: 03-4251-1807
Business Hours : 6pm -11.00pm (Closed on Monday)

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Kampung Dining Experience by the Poolside at JW Marriott

JW Marriott is spoiling the diners quite a bit for Ramadan 2015 but here’s highlighting what’s worth mentioning in their Ramadan Kampung Dining Experience by the Poolside.  photo IMG_0924_zpsqq4qonc3.jpg

Gerai Nasi Kandar featuring the all time Malaysian favourite mixed rice and accompanying curries that can be commonly found in mamak joints.

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Nasi Briyani

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Kobis Goreng Kunyit

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Lamb curry

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Masaala Chicken

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Roasted Lamb is a must try over here. I took a bite of it and approves the flavourful taste of the meat.

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Gerai BBQ and Satay

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The BBQ section features satay with a choice of chicken and beef satay.

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Delicious chicken satay

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Chicken rice, an all time Malaysian favourite is also available for your dining pleasure by the poolside this coming Ramadan too.

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Fragrant chicken rice. There are two types of chicken that you can choose to have with your rice; the steamed version and the roasted version.

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Roasted chicken.

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Steamed chicken.

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Chicken soup. An optional side to the plate of chicken rice.

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Sambal, soya sauce, cucumber and garnishings for the chicken rice.

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Selera Utama consists of assorted traditional favourite that can be commonly found in a Malay kitchen. 

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Assorted traditional curries and dishes to go with steamed white rice.

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Gerai Ulam dan Kerabu

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Assorted sambals

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Fresh Ulams.

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Ikan Pekasam Goreng Berlada.

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Acar Rampai.

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Kerabu Daging was nothing short of sensational.

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Kerabu Mangga dengan Udang

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Assorted modern and traditional kuih is available for dessert.

Below is the information on the Kampung Poolside Dining Experience in JW Marriott for the upcoming Ramadan 2015:

Poolside (June 17, 2015 onwards)  – RM 95.00 nett per adult and  RM48.00 nett per child.

4th Floor (June 17, 2015 onwards) – RM 85.00 nett per adult and RM 43.00 nett per child.

For bookings and reservation :

JW Marriot
183 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3.14765, 101.71372
Tel: 03-2715 9000

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Buka Puasa at In Colonial Restaurant, The Intermark

Fancy something else than a buffet for buka puasa? Team E.T.A knows a place that offers proper homey food that will be such a comfort to the tummy this Ramadan.

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One could easily mistake the restaurant for serving Western food, but don’t let the appearance fool you. In Colonial is actually a restaurant specialized in serving Chinese food.

They have a few set meals that you can chppse from but here’s sharing what we managed to try during their Ramadan media preview:

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A platter of appetizer: Swiss Spring Rolls, Shrimp Ravioli, Mango Prawn Rolls, Noodlefish with Salt and Chilli and last but not least, Beef and Chicken Skewers.

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Here’s some of the chef recommended dishes that we manage to try that day: In Colonial Black Pepper Rib Eye Cubes, Steamed Sea Garoupa in Lemon Juice, Admiral Butter Tiger Prawns, Padprik Veggies, Claypot Oysters and Seafood, and last but not least, Golden Brown Minced Garlic Scallops.

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In Colonial Black Pepper Rib Eye Cubes. Well seasoned with pepper, this will warm up your body in a jiffy.

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Steamed Sea Garoupa in Lemon Juice is rather refreshing and the fish have no fishy smell whatsoever. Quite a pleasant dish to have on it’s own or pair it with rice.

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Admiral Butter Tiger Prawns. Succulent, fresh prawns with oceanic flavours still intact. Perfectly flavoured and not overly done that it drowns the naturally flavours.

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Padprik Vege. Nothing to complain and nothing to shout about. We think that the dish is rather ordinary.

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Claypot Oysters and Seafood was sensational. Everyone at the table seems to love this dish.

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Golden Brown Minced Garlic Scallops is another favourite that night. The scallops was fresh and well-seasoned.

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We had these to wash our food with. Some fancy fruit juices.

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We ended our meal with this, herbal jelly with honey.

Overall, the meal satiated our appetite and for the coming Ramadan 2015, In Colonial Restaurant is offering sets similar to what we had for RM80 per pax. Quite a good deal for such satisfying meal.

For bookings and enquiries:

In Colonial Restaurant
Address: Ground Floor, The Intermark, 
Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur
Telephone: 03-2856-9033
Opening Hours: Daily, 10am-11pm.

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Chef’s A-List Malaysian Feast at Nook, Aloft Hotel KL Central

It’s the time of the year for the mouth-watering delights of Chef’s A-List Malaysian Feast again. The buffet line-up offers an extensive selection of Malay dishes and regional specialities, along with appetisers, salad, condiments, breads, soups, main dishes, action counters and desserts.Nook will feature traditional local Malay delicacies, succulent barbecue, seafood delights and juicy roasted whole lamb.

Chef Adri and team has crafted the menus this year, adding in more local delights into the buffet, offering

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Chef carving the lamb

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Lamb Kuzi.

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If you are not into lamb dishes, then try the Betis Lembu Rendang. This one is sensational.

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Nasi Briyani

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A selection of curries in pot for your to pair your Nasi Briyani with.

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Beef Rendang

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Dhal Curry

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Ayam Percik

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Pajeri Terung

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Apart from assorted curries specially cooked for you to pair with the Nasi Briyani, there is also assorted sambals and curries served in claypots for your takings.

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Sambal Udang Petai

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Sambal Tempe Ikan Bilis

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Fish Head Curry

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Ketam Masak Lemak Cili Api

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Sarawak Laksa is available at the action counter.

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All time Malaysian favourite, the chapati.

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The grill section featured some interesting sea products like BBQ squids, fish and cockles.

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Fans of fried food will be pleased to see that they are not forgotten either. There is plenty of fried fritters too over here.

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The salad counter

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Fresh local fruits and pickles. Great to cleanse your palate with.

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And not forgetting, Nook’s fun Ice Kacang.

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Traditional Malay kuih is spotted at the dessert section.

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Sweet, colourful temptations for your gluttony pleasure.

Book Early! A-list Malaysian Feast buffet is priced at RM110nett per person and early bird is available from 1 May until 21 June at RM90nett for 30 vouchers and below and RM80nett for 31 vouchers and above! Chef’s A-List Malaysian Feast is available from 22 June till 16 July 2015.

Nook is located at Level 1, Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral and is open daily from 6.30am to 12am. For more information, please call +603 2723 1154 or zip an email to [email protected]

Since announcing itself to the world with its grand opening on 22 March 2013, Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral has ushered in a fresh new approach to urban hospitality. The 482-room hotel continues to set the pace with an energetic mix of bold decor, music, design and cutting edge technology. Aloft creates a distinct social vibe all its own, designed with the needs and aspirations of today’s discerning traveller in mind.

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Exotic Squid Ink Tempura

Wisdom accepts that all things have two sides and Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks’ latest addition to its Singapore and Malaysia menu is no exception. Playing on the popularity of one of its best sellers, the Seafood Tempura, Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks is luring its loyal fans over to the dark side with its latest creation, the Squid Ink Tempura

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Using a highly guarded seafood based recipe that is infused with a dose of black squid ink, the Squid Ink Tempura is presented in jet black, making it mysterious, sophisticated, sexy and captivating all at once. In line with its black theme, this new creation will be specially packed and served in custom printed matt black paper bags, elevating it to a class above the rest. And to top it off, customers will be asked to sprinkle a pinch of fairy dust parsley for added flavour and to give it a good shake before savouring.

Appearances aside, the potential health benefits of black squid ink cannot be ignored. Squid ink has been proven to be rich in iron and antioxidants, and scientists believe that these antioxidants have strong preventive lipid oxidation abilities – a benefit which is in turn possibly linked to a lower risk of heart disease in humans. With such positive findings, the health-conscious can now look beyond their daily greens and opt for black instead. Black is indeed, the new green!

In conjunction with the launch of the Squid Ink Tempura, Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks is pleased to announce an exclusive “#HeiHeiHey~” promotion, starting from 22 May 2015. Customers who shout “HeiHeiHey~” along with any words of their choice (such as “HeiHeiHey~ I want you!”) when ordering the Squid Ink Tempura will be entitled to an immediate discount off their purchase. Customers will also be encouraged to post pictures of themselves with their purchases using the official hashtag – #HeiHeiHey.

The Squid Ink Tempura is available for a limited period only, in Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks stores in Singapore and Malaysia, from 22 May 2015 until stocks run out. For complete store listings, please visit their website at www.ShihlinSnacks.com.tw .

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Grand Seasons Ramadan Buka Puasa Temptations

One would definitely be spoiled for choices with loads of Malaysians
and International favourite in Seasons Cafe this coming Ramadan. So if you are looking to sample abit of everything, this is the place that you’d want to go.

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An assortment of dishes that I we think must try over here and not to be missed.

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Sup Ekor (Oxtail soup).

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Nasi Briyani Ayam

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Rendang Daging

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Ayam Golek Berempah Panggang.

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Siakap Tiga Rasa.
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Laksa Johor.

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Roti Shawurma.

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Buah Melaka

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Ketayap

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Pulut Inti.

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Kuih Cara Berlauk

Those are some of the featured chef’s specialty in Season’s Cafe, but like we mentioned in the beginning of this article, they have a generous selection of Malaysians favourite you can indulge on during iftar. Here’s some other things you ought to keep an eye on:

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Steamboat section. A rare appearance in Ramadan buffet, I must say.

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Action counter with grill section where you can pick whatever you want and get the chef to cook it for you.

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Salad counter for you to assemble your bowl of salad.

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Japanese Food section. Not much choice here but enough to satisfy one’s cravings for Japanese food if they are a fan.

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Fresh local fruits to cleanse your palate.

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And of course, Ais Kacang counter where you can customize your own bowl of Ais Kacang.

Ramadan Buffet Dinner is available from 18th June-17th July 2015 at RM89.00nett per pax. The early bird special booking starts from 2nd May-10th June 2015. Early reservations is recommended. Call 03-26978888 ext 8819/8801 or email at [email protected] to make your bookings and reservations.

For information on current and ongoing promotions in Grand Seasons Hotel, hop over to their website here: http://www.grandseasonskualalumpur.com/

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Ramadan Buffet 2015: Warisan Tradisi Kampung at Armada Hotel PJ

There is wide array of Warisan Tradisi Kampung dishes to tempt your appetite for iftar this coming Ramadan in Utara Coffee House, Armada Hotel, Petaling Jaya.
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They have a lot of delicious traditional dishes in their buffet spread but here’s highlighting their specialties and dishes that’s definitely worth trying.

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Spotted Nasi Ulam . Made from the freshest traditional herbs, this Nasi Ulam Desa is not only appetizing but refreshing on the palate as well.

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Sup Tulang Rawan Utara was packed with flavours and a tad spicy.

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Gulai Ayam Portuguese Flavourful and yet not overwhelming. Great with rice or as bread dippings.

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Gulai Daging Pekasam Daun Kesum this rare traditional beef curry was nothing short of sensational.

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Rendang Itik Serati. The duck meat was well done and there was no gamey taste whatsoever.

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Ayam Buah Keluak. The curry was smooth but at the same time, richly addictive.

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Gulai Tulang Rawan was a tad spicy, but absolutely delicious.

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Acar Bawal. A very appetizing dish. The fish was adeptly fried and topped with mildly pickled sliced carrots and cucumbers.

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Otak Otak Muar.

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Kek Suji Kurma& Carrot Cake makes a good ending to somewhat a rich and heavy meal.

The “Warisan Tradisi Kampung Buffet Dinner” is priced at RM88++ per adult and RM44++ per child from 22nd June 2015 to 16th July 2015. For those who prefer a cheaper option but still wish to savour the taste of Ramadan in Utara Coffee House, do take note that they will commence with an early Ramadan Buffet Dinner Special on the first week of Ramadan from 16 June 2015 to 21 June 2015 priced at RM72++ per adult and RM36++ per child

For reservations do contact them at 03-79546888 ext 4557, Utara Coffee House. 

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