Sushi Zanmai @ Gurney Paragon | The Best Of This Week's Deals!
Written by Shirley T   
Saturday, 08 February 2014 00:00
Happy Roll - promotion for Chinese New YearThe Zanmai family finally made debut in Penang as they stretch their wings, occupying a sizable space on 6th floor at Gurney Paragon. For Japanese food lovers, this floor is like one stop haven. One can find everything with a glance, merely steps away from each other. If you reach up from escalator, spanning from far left is Shojikiya – a Japanese mini market that features Japanese tit-bit, chips, candies to tea, followed by Sushi Zanmai – the longest queue restaurant of all in the row, serving …
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Pasta Zanmai @ Mid Valley KL | House of Fabulous Pasta!
Written by Shirley T   
Thursday, 06 February 2014 01:39
Garlic rice & Deep friend chickenAfter pre-Christmas shopping at The Mode at KL Mid Valley, we walked into Pasta Zanmai without knowing what to expect. To our delight, it is a family friendly restaurant, offering vast selection of mini pasta, Japanese cuisine and value-added serving sizes. A smart business strategy where some cuisine are offered in smaller portion, sufficient for a petite adult or a child. Pricing is a bit lower than average premium Japanese, this sounds more lucrative as variation is encouraged and more approa…
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Penang Bukit Tambun Seafood Restaurant @ How Kee
Written by Shirley T   
Monday, 06 January 2014 00:00
How Kee Seafood @ Bukit TambunBukit Tambun is synonym to the best place for Penang seafood, though some may confuse you with fancy names include Floating Restaurant, Bagan Prawn Village, Seafood Restaurant, Gee Seng or even Cia Xiang (fragrance house), all refer to the same ‘hotspot’ – Juru or Bukit Tambun or Batu Kawan seafood on the mainland of Penang.The Best of Tambun Seafood Restaurant It had been ages since my last seafood treat, so when a friend organized a Christmas gathering, I shouted ‘Tambun s…
 
Hunting 4 Kempe Gowda Towers @ Bangalore
Written by Shirley T   
Saturday, 07 December 2013 00:00
Journey to Kempe Gowda South West tower - Gavipura TowerIf you are an adventurous traveler, spare some energy for ‘treasure’ hunting in Bangalore or Bengaluru. Have you heard of the four ancient towers of Kempe Gowda Bangalore? Some people call it the 4 pillars and some refer them as the famous 4 towers, both are the same historic icon or ‘ancient treasures’ of Bengaluru or better known as The Garden City of India. Imagine these are total strangers to you and you're on a foreign land. Where to start? How to go? Sounds like an amazing race in Bangalor…
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Raja Tun Uda Shah Alam Library | Cheapest 6D Theater in Malaysia
Written by Shirley T   
Monday, 18 November 2013 00:59
$70 million investment for public literacyThe recent coverage of Perpustakaan Tun Uda Shah Alam Selangor (Raja Tun Uda Library) in The Star prompted us to make a visit to the most sophisticated library in Malaysia. Speaking of libraries, I love them. The sight and the smell of books on shelves always make me excited ever since I can read, perhaps at 6 or 7 years old though I was kind of offended by the signposts that say 'Quiet Zone' or 'Shhh..Silence Please' sometimes. Until today, I still don't quite agree that library shall be a sile…
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Original Nyonya Recipe | Chai Buey (Leftover Vegetables Stew) - The Best Kept Secret
Written by Shirley T   
Friday, 17 January 2014 20:54
Kiam Chai Buey - Chinese Leftover Vegetables StewChai Bui, Chai Buey or Kiam Chai Buey, all of these are Hokkien (Chinese) dialect that refers to the leftover vegetables stew. When I was a child, after each great feast of festivities, there were always lots of leftover dishes ranging from poultry, pork to vegetables. Hence, to salvage all these my grandmother combined them in a large pot, then stewed for a few hours and it would turn out to be a dishes that no one can resist. Presenting all variety of colors, tantalizing savory taste that incl…
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Penang Grain Loaf Bakery @ 1World Bayan Baru
Written by Shirley T   
Thursday, 26 December 2013 07:05
The facade of GrainLoafIf you are a  big fan of Continental Bakery near New World in George Town, you're likely to enjoy the breads, buns, pastries and cakes from Grain Loaf Bakery. Established by 3 sisters, singing this phrase of a healthy slice for a healthy life as their motto, Grain Loaf was born. With options of 3 locations in Farlim, Bayan Baru and Pulau Tikus, Grain Loaf features breads of many grains variety including sesame buns, loaves of cranberry, dragon fruit or even wolfberry that one usually doesn'…
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Lal Bagh Botanical Garden @ Bangalore | All You Need To Know
Written by Shirley T   
Wednesday, 04 December 2013 06:56
Silk Cotton Tree at Lal Bagh Botanical Garden Bangalore Benguluru Top AttractionLal Bagh Botanical GardenNowhere else is better to start the first day of your vacation in Bangalore none other than its Lal Bagh Botanical Garden! Synonyms to The Red Garden in English, Lal Bagh Botanical Garden was founded in 1760 and it is a famous tourist destination or a top attraction in Bangalore. It also hosts more than a few grand flower shows annually especially on the Republic Day (26 January) and the Independence Day (beginning of August).Home to over a thousand species of flora incl…
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Pangkor Top Attractions and Beaches
Written by Shirley T   
Thursday, 17 October 2013 00:00
Lumut Teluk Batik BeachPangkor may not be the most beautiful island in Peninsular Malaysia, but it is certainly a little town that is less commercialized. When it comes to the bread and butter of Pangkor folks, fishing industry is still #1. Trawlers, fishers, marine producers are their primary livelihoods. If you're looking for an authentic Malaysian fishing villages that don't change much over 5 decades, then head to Sungai Pinang Kecil (SPK). Nicknamed as Pangkor Chinatown, wooden houses on stilts, street foods, hom…
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