Eat Me @ Bangsar, KL


One of my favourite instagrammer is Manuela from @passionforbaking. She shares her gorgeous recipe and a very swoon-worthy kitchen. I often think to myself, how nice if I can have a real life kitchen like this - vintage chic kitchen with pastel shades of pink kitchen aid, mint smog fridge and etc. Someone recreated that kitchen in KL, and it was done by none other than Joey from Eat Me, … [Read more...]

Dao Kia, The Soya Bean Specialist


Dao Kia is a soya bean specialist with presence in Plaza Low Yat, One Utama and Tropicana City Mall. I love their tagline of Happiness in a Bowl, as soya pudding is one of my favourite comfort food and it is indeed happiness in a bowl. We were at Tropicana City Mall and we have decided to rest our weary feet at Dao Kia’s small but compact store. The menu offers a wide variety of soy pudding … [Read more...]

Three Little Birds @ D7, Sentul


Rejoice, fellow Sentul-ians! Three Little Birds have flown to Sentul East and built their nest in D7, a green and modern office block. In case you are wondering, Three Little Birds refers to the three musketeers behind The Artisan Roast fame. It is one of their latest spin-offs, apart from the Nowhereman Roaster at Jalan Telawi. We were there on a quiet Saturday afternoon. I like how the space … [Read more...]

Swich Cafe @ Publika Mall


There's no denying that Swich Cafe's mangosteen cake is one of the most photographed cake in KL recently. It has made numerous appereances in our Facebook feed and Instagram feed for the past month or so. Curiosity got the better of us so we found ourselves here on a Saturday noon after ducking out a hectic week. Swich Cafe is located in between Baby Loft and Wings at level G3 of Publika … [Read more...]

ROYCE’ Christmas Selection


Christmas is just around the corner so we thought we'd provide you with a practical gift idea! No one will ever say no to chocolates, especially when it comes to the "Rolls Royce" of chocolate. As we all know, ROYCE is a Japanese chocolate maker and confectionary based in Hokkaido since 1983. We all know how Japanese is meticulous and how they pay a lot of attention to details. So we have no … [Read more...]

Almond Biscotti from Fea Cookies


Fea Cookies is the offspring of Zuhri and Marlena, a husband and wife team. They are passionate home bakers who wish to share their quest for good food, especially good almond biscotti. These almond biscotti are really nutty and crunchy, and don’t suffer from dryness and hardness. Marlena never skimp on ingredients; every single slice of biscotti is seen with chock full of almonds which added … [Read more...]

New Zealand Natural Dessert Workshop


New Zealand Natural recently hosted a special cooking session at The Cooking House in Desa Sri Hartamas. I just learnt that there are many ways in which people are able to indulge in ice cream such as making dessert out of it! It was truly an eye opening experience. We also got our hands dirty and had some fun creating some icy desserts. Merkaine from The Cooking House is very nice, sweet, … [Read more...]

The Treasure Box


It’s that time of the year again. When the moon is at its roundest, children light lanterns and families devour mooncakes that symbolizes reunion. This year, Tai Thong introduces 5 new mooncake flavours that become an instant hit in the market. Tai Thong mooncakes comes with four collectible boxes based on four seasons of a year – Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter. The aluminum box makes a … [Read more...]

Taiwanese Mooncakes from Shou Xin Fang 手信坊


Mooncakes are an indispensable part of the Mid-autumn Festival and the varieties that we see out there can't get any better. One good example is Shou Xin Fang 手信坊, a Taiwanese confectionery that came out with a wide varieties of cute and creative mooncakes. 桃小町礼盒 (RM 48) Mrs Jeannie Lee from New Formosa Restaurant passed us two boxes of Shou Xin Fang mooncakes as souvenirs … [Read more...]

Ochado @ Tokyo Street, Pavilion KL


The bubble tea craze first hit Singapore and Malaysia in early 2000s but its popularity waned after a few years. The famous Taiwanese drink is making a come back in a big way this year. We have Gong Cha, Cha Time, KOI (in Singapore) and the latest player who joined in the game is Ochado. Ochado have exclusively brought in a new Japanese concept milk tea which focuses on Japanese brewing … [Read more...]

Godiva: The Chocolate Story


Few weeks back, we were invited to a Godiva event, where we had the privilege of being a chocolatier (ahem) for a day. The event also opened our eyes to a little history on Godiva's chocolate and how it was made. Godiva Chocolatier was founded 80 years ago in Brussels, Belgium when master chocolatier Joseph Draps founded a chocolate company that was named in honor of the legend of Lady Godiva. … [Read more...]

Plan B @ Bangsar Village I


I know, I know! This must be the "n"th reviews that you have read about Plan B in the past few weeks or so. I promise to make it short and sweet. Word spreads just as fast as bush fire because Plan B looks like it's crowded ALL the time, at least in peak hour. Well, what's not to like about Plan B? It is an experience to simply browse through the extensive selection of pastries and breads … [Read more...]