Thailand is simply superior when it comes to desserts. Some Thai desserts that we are so accustomed to eating such as mango sticky rice, coconut ice cream and red ruby are easily and readily available over there - either sold in restaurant or by street food vendor. But Ruam Mit is what we really crave (after having something similar in Cambodia and Vietnam) and we always keep an eye out for it.
For a true French dining experience, one should not look further than Maison Francaise. Nestled in the heart of KL along Changkat Kia Peng just a stone's throw away from the KLCC, Maison Francaise's lace curtains, wood paneling and chandeliers in an old colonial bungalow will transport you briefly to France for an exceptional, intimate and unforgettable meal.
Looking at the restaurant's elaborate decor and well-designed menu, you could tell that the management of Baan Kun Ya has put in a lot of heart and effort to bring customers a new dining experience. No matter where you look, something grabs the eye in this warm and cozy restaurant. When dining at Baan Kun Ya, it's important to save some space for desserts because they offer some of the more uncommon ones that are very worthwhile.
Hanbing originates from Hong Kong and their outlet in Bangsar is actually their first oversea branch. As of now, most of the items you see on the menu are more suitable for sharing and we were told that a new hot food menu is scheduled to launch by end of this month. Hanbing's milky snow ice is seriously soft and fluffy void of annoying ice bits - melting as soon as it hits your tongue.
Judging by the number of customers at Funny Mountain, it could very well be the most popular Tau Fu Fah shop in the entire country. I had been to Ipoh a couple of times before but it was only during my last trip that I finally decided to try their legendary Tau Fu Fah. For […]
Among the many Shaved Ice Dessert we had in Taiwan, Three Brother and Sisters’ (幸春三兄妹冰品店) version of shaved ice had the most silky smooth texture. They call it Snow Ice (雪花冰), as soft and white just like snow. The shop is located at the ever happening Xi Men Ding (西门町), with a chirpy fella trying […]