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Giant Pork Knuckle at Bavarian

I keep reminding myself, I have to post this up before October is over, because we had this meal part as part of the Oktoberfest! And boy, oh boy, it’s 31st of October now, I made it just in time. If you read my previous post, we had a German lunch a few weeks back… 

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Grand Palace

The Temple of the Dawn

Wat Arun is probably the most famous landmark if you’re cruising along the Chao Phraya River. After our visit to the Grand Palace, we hopped on the boat taxi and headed towards Wat Arun. To get there, we had to cross to the other side of the pier by taking a boat that charged us… 

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Wok Dish Way

Wok Dish Way

Mention ‘lei cha’ and you will get either very positive response or a grunt of dislike by most people. I personally know some friends who avoid lei cha like a plague but I know an equal number of them who worship leicha thinking that it’s one of the best creations ever by the Hakka descent…. 

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Butterfly Park

The Butterflies of Malaysia

Sometimes when visitors or friends come to KL, they’d ask the million-dollar question, “What’s there to do or see in KL?” To answer that question, I usually would have a hard time frowning and thinking over, because to me, KL is more a food haven than anything else. I can tell you where to eat… 

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Valentine's Day

My Valentine

All of my life I have been waiting for All you give to me You’ve opened my eyes And showed me how to love unselfishly – Martina McBride, My Valentine Yesterday was 14th of February, Valentine’s Day and some say, the most expensive day of the year. On that day, flowers are that much more… 

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Paradise Inn

Old Charm, Contemporary Look at Paradise Inn

Don’t be mistaken, Paradise Inn is not an ‘inn’ technically, but a Chinese restaurant. The all-new Paradise Inn, a subsidiary of the Paradise Group in Singapore, finally opened its doors in Malaysia. With a concept that weaves old charm and contemporary oriental ambience together, this restaurant is set to make new waves in KL’s Chinese… 

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Steamboat

Homemade Steamboat and BBQ

During the first weekend of Chinese New Year, we went to my maternal grandparents’ place for a belated reunion dinner with the extended family. Seeing that we have such a big number (8 uncles and aunties, at least 15 cousins and their partners, etc) it was decided that steamboat and BBQ would be a more… 

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