I (we) Need a Holiday!


What happens when three married bloggers meet up? Their conversation revolves around babies, home improvement tips, recipes and family trips! For family trips, Expedia, the world’s leading online travel company is an obvious choice as one can choose from over 260,000 hotels and 400 airlines worldwide. If price factor is your main consideration, Expedia guarantees best prices on your hotels and … [Read more...]

Best Soup Pan Mee in Klang Valley


Pan Mee is a popular noodle dish in Malaysia. This Hakka-style noodle can be found in food courts, hawker stalls, pan mee specialty shops and even restaurants. Pan Mee, literally means flat noodles as the dough is hand kneaded, flattened and pinched into dough pieces with irregular shapes. With the help of a noodle flattener, pan mee also comes in the form of noodle strands – thick or thin. … [Read more...]

Willow Tree @ Desa Sri Hartamas


Desa Sri Hartamas is a treasure trove of marvelous restaurants. From Korean, Japanese and Chinese delights to Western cuisine, to an assortment of pubs and cafes, one is spoilt for choice with the many restaurants here. However, there is one new kid on the block that shines. It is called Willow Tree and it is tucked away in a corner shop lot just a stone’s throw away from Souled Out. Willow … [Read more...]

Grand Mercure Roxy Hotel @ East Coast, Singapore


On our recent trip to Singapore, we were residing in Grand Mercure Roxy Hotel @ East Coast, Singapore for two nights. Instead of the usual shopping activities around Orchard and Bugis, we got to experience the East Coast of Singapore - 20 km of white sandy beaches in East Coast Park, traces of Peranakan culture in Katong and beautiful historic shop houses at Koon Seng Road, just to name a … [Read more...]

Taste Enclave @ Avenue K, KL


Taste Enclave @ Avenue K is a new food court in the city centre that offers the working crowd and tourists a wide selection of local and international food in a brightly lit, cool and comfortable environment. From 16 nostalgic hawker stalls to 4 mini restaurants serving authentic cuisine on a single space, there seems to be no end when it comes to choices. I like how Taste Enclave … [Read more...]

All About #kbcgwedding – Directory & Vendor List


The Proposal: 18th December 2013 @ The Residence, Maldives Prewedding Photos: Romedia Arts @ Carcosa Seri Negara, KL Engagement Ring: Wah Chan, KL Wedding Band: Lorenzo, Penang Bridal Shower Venue: Maison Fraincaise, KL  Wedding Biscuit (Betrothal Ceromony): Guan Heong, Ipoh Bride's Gowns & Evening Dresses: The Bliss Chamber (custom made) & … [Read more...]

Takumi Japanese Fine Dining @ Grand Millennium Hotel KL


For travelers and foodies, there are plenty of dining options along Jalan Bukit Bintang. From international cuisine to authentic local flavors, there is something to suit everyone's palate and budget. However, when it comes to Japanese fine dining, Takumi @ Grand Millennium Hotel stands out. Takumi's interior is simple but modern with lots of wood elements used with natural themed … [Read more...]

Feeka Coffee Roasters @ Jalan Mesui, KL


I used to frequent the coffee shops and hawker stalls along Jalan Mesui a lot. It was a place that I went for my wantan noodles, chap fan (economy rice), pork noodles and iced coffee extra “kao” fix. However, as time went by, new cafes and trendy pubs took over that stretch of shop lots along Jalan Mesui. I like how these new eateries maintained the old heritage shop-lot facades while bearing … [Read more...]

Huck’s Cafe @ Bangsar


I had not been back to Huck’s Cafe in many months, and my recent visit was full of surprises as the owner, Huck Seng, had introduced many imaginative new creations to the menu. Huck Seng is now a personal friend. We really admire his passion and dedication as he picked up cooking to impress his three children. He is not trained as a chef, but he improvised along the way and his cooking became … [Read more...]

Sushi Kame @ Desa Sri Hartamas


The concept of omakase dining is slowly gaining popularity in Malaysia. The concept comes from Japan and what it means is to leave it to the chef to surprise and excite your palate rather than ordering from the a la carte menu. One of the pioneers of omakase dining in Klang Valley has to be Sushi Kame. We have heard so many rave reviews of Sushi Kame and the person behind it – Chef Kame. Kame … [Read more...]

Greek Week Festival at Eccucino, Prince Hotel and Residence


Santorini, Greece sits on top of our travel bucket list. If the sights of white washed houses, blue dome, incredible sun set view are not enough to tempt you to visit this beautiful country, perhaps amazing Greek cuisines is a valid reason. Now we do not have to travel far to experience the best of Greek cuisines as the Greek Week Festival is back at Eccucino in Prince Hotel and Residence Kuala … [Read more...]

Win Seng Heng Coffeeshop @ Jalan Imbi


Win Heng Seng is a “must-go” Chinese coffeeshop in KL’s Golden Triangle district. For those who are working around the area, Win Heng Seng is a one-stop shop to savour all-time favourites such as pork ball noodles, char kway teow, Sarawak kolok mee and egg tarts all under one roof. It is no surprise that this place is outrageously popular. We often find it hard to snare a table during … [Read more...]

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