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Kajang Fei Chui

As I explore more and more areas for Chinese restaurants, I realise there’s plenty of gems out there that I’ve yet to discover. Kajang Fei Chui has been on the top of my head for the longest time as friends and relatives have said good things about the food. Kajang can be considered far for []...

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8 months and a week ago.

 

Heng Ong Huat, Klang

Klang has plenty of undiscovered food gems if you look around properly – it’s just the distance and traffic that hinders me from exploring the area often. When someone recommended Heng Ong Huat in Klang for dinner, a part of me was hesitant because I wasn’t familiar with the area and Chinese language...

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8 months and a week ago.

 

3 Days in Osaka

When Jien and I visited Japan for the first time in 2016, our tour guide Sachiko spoke fondly about her hometown – Osaka. She was so enthusiastic about the wonderful experience we would have that Jien insisted we make a pitstop to Osaka before we headed to Hokkaido last September. While it marked the...

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8 months and 2 weeks ago.

 

Lucky Palace, Seremban

Seremban isn’t a place I’m well-versed with as it has always been a “pit-stop” option when I’m enroute KL from Melaka. Jien and I stopped to check out Lucky Palace a couple of weeks back because we were looking for a suitable dinner venue to recommend to my friend who’s getting hitched in 2018.

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8 months and 2 weeks ago.

 

Thong Kee Cafe, Sea Park

Thong Kee Coffee Shop in Seapark PJ has plenty to offer in terms of variety – this kopitiam that originated from Bentong serves good toasts and coffee/tea, which complements the other offerings from the stalls available. They are quite busy in the morning so it’s best to get there before 9am if you want...

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8 months and 2 weeks ago.

 

Extra Super Tanker, Glo Damansara

My first visit to Extra Super Tanker was more than 5 years ago when they were based in Damansara Kim. We dined with a group of food lovers so naturally, the food we ordered was top notch. I only visited them again once more but not when they relocated to Glo Damansara. Until recently when [] The post...

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8 months and 2 weeks ago.

 

Kenny Hills Bakers

Sourdough pizza is my favourite kind of pizza – the tangy allure of sourdough bread and rustic touch of thick-rimmed pizza base with crispy air-pockets and slightly charred edges. It’s also a favourite of Jien as we both enjoy the chew and flavour the sourdough bread yields, just like the ones at Kenny...

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8 months and 3 weeks ago.

 

2017 Year End Notes by Jien, Blog Manager of Bangsar Babe

10 years. Wow! 10 freaking years! For those who dont know, Sue Lynn and I work on Bangsar babe on a part time basis. A lot of people ask us, “How do you keep it up for TEN YEARS?” The answer is PASSION. When people see the passion, they will buy into what we do. [] The post 2017...

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8 months and 3 weeks ago.

 

Yung Kee Beef Noodles, Pudu

Pudu is a place filled with hidden food gems – one that I’m slowly discovering as I go along the area. Yung Kee Beef Noodles came highly recommended by some avid beef lover friends of mine, citing the broth as “the beefiest you can ever find” in Klang Valley. We drove by Yung Kee Beef [] The...

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8 months and 3 weeks ago.

 

12 days in Japan – A Travel Guide by Melissa Foo

Travel writer: Melissa Foo Last December, we visited Japan for the first time after our last big holiday in December 2016. Japan was our top pick because the flight tickets were reasonably priced compared to other destinations, seeing that December is a peak period for travels. Since it was our first time...

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8 months and 3 weeks ago.

 

Yezi, The Roof

Hotpot or steamboat happens to be one of my favourite things to eat – to an extent I actually ate hotpot on my first night in New York, much to the dismay of Jien who didn’t understand how one can travel more than 20,000 miles to a foreign city and still want to eat hotpot. [] The post Yezi, The...

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9 months ago.

 

Asam Pedas Restoran 35, Melaka

Jiens late grandmother Nellie makes the best asam pedas to date; both his father and himself claim. My mother in-laws version comes in second, theyd often tell me. I never got the chance to eat Grandma Nellies asam pedas as she passed away before I married Jien but...

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9 months ago.

 

Hokkaido, Beautiful and Unexplored.

Hokkaido Prefecture is one of the more popular tourist spots in Japan, but most of them focus on the sights and culture of Sapporo town. I had the pleasure of visiting the less travelled path of Hokkaido Prefecture – taking in all the beautiful sights and experiencing the local culture as I went along...

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9 months ago.

 

Ti Chen, The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur

Ti Chen at The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur offers a pleasant view of the lake as well as lush landscaping as you tuck into your meal during the day. I’ve admittedly shied away from Chinese restaurants in hotels because the food tends to be similar, but I was impressed with what Ti Chen had to [] The...

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9 months and a week ago.

 

Restoran Ipoh, Jalan Masjid

Ipoh is one of my favourite pitstops to make whenever I head up north as the food is good and it’s less chaotic compared to Penang, for now. Over the weekend, Jien and I ticked off Restoran Ipoh from our to-eat-list, after hearing good things about the place from our friend. Restoran Ipoh is located...

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9 months and 2 weeks ago.

 

Sin Choi Wah, Bandar Menjalara

With the year-end festivities around the corner, I’ve been on a lookout for good Chinese restaurants in Klang Valley – places I can visit with a group of friends and tuck into hearty dishes over drinks. Sin Choi Wah in Bandar Menjalara came highly recommended by some of my peers and the restaurant also...

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9 months and 2 weeks ago.

 

What Kind of Driver Are You?

I still remember my first driving experience – I was fresh out of high school and terrified of learning how to drive. A week before my theory exam, the car I was in met with an accident and the incident shook me a little. I passed my theory with almost perfect score but it took [] The post What...

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9 months and 3 weeks ago.

 

Hup Kee, Jalan Ipoh

My food cravings come in seasons – there was a period where all I wanted to eat was banana leaf rice. Then I moved on to the Korean food phase, which didn’t last very long. Lately, it’s Chinese style cooking and I recently discovered a good tai chow restaurant in Jalan Ipoh called Hup Kee. []...

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10 months ago.

 

Harumi 23, Desa ParkCity

I didn’t know what to expect when I stepped into Harumi 23 in Desa ParkCity – a Japanese restaurant cafe with strong focus on modern Tokyo cuisine. The eatery is named after the 23 districts in Tokyo and aims to introduce some of the city’s best cuisine to us Malaysians. Despite Plaza Arkadia...

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10 months ago.

 

Bangsar Babe 10th Anniversary

Earlier this year, Jien and I considered the idea of celebrating Bangsar Babe’s 10th Anniversary in the form of a cocktail party – similar to the brand’s 8th Anniversary but we were hoping, better. Given how shorthanded we are as a team, we knew the planning for #BB10 wasn’t going to be easy.

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10 months ago.