Although Kepong has its share of Thai restaurants, only a handful of them serve Thai street food. Senthai & Mookata is one of them, and probably the best one too.
A little birdie told us that you can get authentic Hong Kong style Pineapple Bun ('polo bao') at Grand Imperial. That aroused our curiosity because 'polo bao' is rarely served in the average dim sum joint.
Export grade Musang King Durian – these 5 words give me a mixed feeling. It’s unfortunate that the bulk of durian of the higher quality in Malaysia is exported to wealthier countries like Singapore and China. However, if you can afford it, you can get them at Sinnaco Durian Specialist at RM58/kg (correct at time […]
Third time's the charm. We finally got to try the much-talked about Char Koay Teow at Chuan Lee restaurant after two failed visits.
Crafted at Westin is a new signature cocktail menu offered by Westin Hotels & Resorts that invites guests to choose well behind the bar.
The Westin Kuala Lumpur has introduced 8 alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails using the freshest tropical fruits like Mangosteen, Sapodilla (ciku) and Tapioca. If you're wondering, no, durian was not selected.
Akashi BBQ is the branch of Taishu Yakiniku with a different name - that alone says a lot about this Japanese BBQ joint.
For some of you, this would mean that you don't need to travel all the way to Taman Desa anymore. But for us, it doesn't really make much difference since we stay in Kepong.