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Ramen joints in London

Unsurprisingly, London boasts to have some of the finest Asian eateries in Europe; and that includes Japanese food. Thin wheat noodles served in piping hot broth (usually meat and vegetable broth), topped with pork...

Living the high life in London..

London, the capital of the UK; centre of the once mighty British Empire where you can still find beautiful and notable iconic buildings such as the Big Ben, Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, to...

My food adventure –a la Moroccan style!

Morocco is a mishmash of sights, smells and sounds; a country of contradictions, despite being steeped in age-old traditions and conservatism, Morocco is gradually embracing modernisation in the awakening of its booming tourism industry. Throughout...

Yee Sang – Symbol of prosperity and abundance!

Yee sang or yu sheng (鱼生), both referring to the Teochew-style raw fish salad which is extremely popular amongst the Chinese communities in Singapore and Malaysia. It usually contains strips of raw salmon (or...

Saucy meat patty (pun intended!)

        Again, time to update my dusted food blog! This time round I was out of ideas of what to cook for my dinner, not wanting to eat bland food, also I digged out a...

Te Amo

It is now the most hectic and stressful period of all--EXAMS are round the corner!!! Arghhh, I've been in my room studying, studying and studying!!! Especially when it comes to revisions, our brains consume...

The grand curry feast!!!

Last Sunday, my family and I went to Restoran Hoi Yin, situated at Teluk Chempedak for its well-known curry noodles!!! It is absolutely pork-free (halal) and is well-received by people of all races, including...

Kon lou noodles marathon-Part 1

  I'm in the process of searching for Kuantan's best kon lou (mien) noodles. So, my dad and I had been trying out at several stalls around town. The first one was Hap Kee which...

[Closed] Mouth-watering Malay delicacies at Tree Under at Teluk Chempedak!!!

*Update* As of August 2020, this establishment no longer exists in Teluk Cempedak. The stall is well-received by the locals and foreign tourists Nasi Lemak with see-hum Last Sunday My family and I decided to head...

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