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The Eatery – which is Four Points By Sheraton Puchong’s signature all-day food and dining outlet – welcomes hungry travellers and locals alike to its tantalising buffet dinner selections comprising wide variety of hearty picks, well-seasoned seafood and tender meats grilled to perfection based on local and international flavours from Sunday to Thursday. The Eatery

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There is something mysterious about Element Kuala Lumpur hotel, the first ever full fledged Element brand to open in South East Asia, tucked discreetly in Menara Ilham, the third tallest building in the city designed by the globally acclaimed Foster+Partners. Menara Ilham is among Kuala Lumpur’s most recent state-of-the art office towers, with an impressive

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Rally up the troops, we might have found the best all you can eat restaurant in town! Established over five years ago, Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur’s all-day dining outlet, Latest Recipe, has built strong reputation for serving some of the finest gastronomic delights that will satisfy even the most demanding palates. The menu – ranging

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Owlery Cafe Dine & Grind could just be your next ideal place to bring your family. Established since May 2016, this family-friendly dining establishment has been attracting a steady stream of young families and large dinner parties due to its generous portion sizes and relatively affordable prices. And that’s just the way Mr. Shah Fariz,

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On a recent trip to Chiangmai, Thailand, a wise man once told me: “When you’re feeling hungry, eat Thai food.” Thai food not only fills up really well, but also has rich aromas and flavours that heighten our senses and increase the sensitivity of our taste buds, making the entire dining experience more gratifying. So

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“All sorrows are less with bread” – Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra For a person who loves pastry so much, it frustrates me to see the lack of bakeries or cafes serving real delicious baked goods in Malaysia. Though it is understandably not an originally Malaysian culture, eating properly baked pastries can be intensely comforting, satisfying

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What could be more invigorating for a seafood lover than walking into a restaurant that offers the freshest, meatiest and juiciest shellfishes swimming with secret spices and perfect seasonings in a convenient boil-in bag? I stopped by at the Crab Factory in Petaling Jaya recently for a late lunch with my colleagues, and was impressed not

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It’s hard not to feel nostalgic about instant noodles since many of us in Malaysia, including parts Asia, grew up eating them. They have been part of the dietary staple – we eat them during cold rainy nights at home with family; during our student days, devouring them in between long hours of study at hostels; during tight budgets; and even while travelling across the world for easy, no fuss meal. In Malaysia, 1.3 million packets of instant noodles are reportedly sold every day. It therefore goes without saying that instant noodles are now a part of the Malaysian and Asian culture.

In the midst of the current craze of over-the-top food presentations, funky interiors and all things hipster, one sometimes forget that eating out, above all else, is essentially about the food – no frills, no nonsense, just simple real good taste to be enjoyed by oneself or with good company. That basic principle has never

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