Blog Archives for tag Drinks
Every Wednesday is ladies night at Signature at The Roof, from 8pm till late. Go for the drinks, music and breathtaking rooftop view with a stunningg ambiance. RM25 for Cocktails all night long!
A new coffee place in town operated by Koreans. Lovely place with nice ambiance. A great place to chill out with a cuppa. Their coffee is pretty fragrant and good too. A cuppa is from rm10, so far no tax n service charges yet.
My very first lou sang of the year was at Chicago Rib House. Unlike your typical lou sang moment in… Continue reading »
In conjunction with the renovation, they came up with new menu as well. For J&R fans, no worries, they still retain some of the people’s favourites in the menu. Jarrod & Rawlins is known for their fine food, wine and pork dishes. *rubs tummy*
It’s not just about Lebanese food. There’s more! It’s more about chilling out with friends while sipping a cup of coffee, tea, cocktails, beers perhaps and filling up with some delicious Lebanese wraps or something yummy from the kitchen.
Doi Chaang is an organic coffee grown in the hills of north-easterm Thailand. It contains lower caffeine compared to other coffee beans. For those who don’t drink coffee or learning to drink coffee, you should give this a try. You will be a coffee drinker at first sip. Heh..
Nowhereman Coffee by Artisan Roast is a new coffee place in Bangsar and they have been operating for close to month… Continue reading »
Last month end was the official opening of IPPUDO’s second outlet in Malaysia. The new outlet is located at the… Continue reading »
When Louise and Caryn asked about brunch, I decided to join them since it’s near my place. We went to Marmalade Cafe in Publika. Took us sometime to find the cafe as it was actually located outside the shopping gallery and directly opposite Namoo on the park. Ishk.
I Love Yumcha is a modern Chinese restaurant which provides Chinese tradition of “Yumcha” (drinking tea) experience. They serve high quality tea and delicious Hong Kong Dim Sum at a reasonable price. There is a wide range of dim sum from the local favourites of pork siew mai, deep-fried taro puffs, rice noodle rolls with shrimps, and so much more!
Tiger Radler was officially launched on 6th December 2013 at KL Live. As mentioned in my previous post Tiger Radler is… Continue reading »
Once upon a time, when Ramen was the in-thing, well, it is still trendy but not that “hot” anymore. Many many months back, we… Continue reading »
If you’re looking for authentic Japanese cuisine, yummy yet affordable, this is just the place for you. Create your own udon from RM8.90 (Kake Udon), add some side dish like Tamago and Tempura.
Nepalese Cuisine is very new to me and to sum it all up, it’s like a combination of Chinese Cuisine and Indian herbs. Throughout dinner, our tastebuds were intrigued by the familiar taste yet a new experience of an authentic Nepalese cuisine. There’s option for vegetarian here!
Which one is the best for me?
What wine is the best?
These are among the common questions asked. There’s no doubt that wine can be confusing, with so many wines, with so much to learn about each one. How many times have you bought wines from the supermarket based on the attractive labeling, wines you’ve had before or a fancy looking bottle? And ended up disappointed by its content?
This is where Wine Talk comes in handy.