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The Olfactory Studio: Royal Salute celebrates the 52-Year-Old Single Cask

The Olfactory Studio: Royal Salute celebrates the 52-Year-Old Single Cask

Royal Salute recently hosted a whisky pairing dinner for the launching of what they dub the King of Whiskies, the Royal Salute Time Series 52-Year-Old Single Cask Finish Scotch at the St.Regis Kuala Lumpur, with celebrated perfumers Barnabé Fillion creating three bespoke scents to be paired with three Royal Salute signatures, The Signature Blend, The Malts Blend and The Lost Blend. Continue reading →
Raising The Steaks: A Chef’s Table at Flock

Raising The Steaks: A Chef’s Table at Flock

When it comes to beef, it takes a discerning palate to be able to differentiate quality and cuts. From comparing Angus to wagyu, to tenderloin to striploin, there are few better ways to do it than by dining at a Chef’s Table, with a brigade of chefs. The "Raising The Steaks" was hosted at Flock at W Kuala Lumpur, and once again, the experience and conversations did not disappoint. Continue reading →
An Iberico Affair: Leonardo’s Dining Room & Wine Loft

An Iberico Affair: Leonardo’s Dining Room & Wine Loft

Tucked away in the serene neighbourhood of Jalan Bangkung in Bangsar, Leonardo’s Dining Room & Wine Loft sits on the second floor of the mass of eateries simply known as the “Bangkung Row Restaurants” by the Maxim Image Group. Together with Cava, Lucky Bo, Opus and newly revamped sister restaurant BGR, each restaurant has its own unique style and cuisine, but none take the Spanish pork as seriously as Leonardo’s does. Continue reading →
Braci’s Stracciatella

Braci’s Stracciatella

To those who are familiar with the fine dining scene in Singapore, the name Braci does not come as any surprise. The modern Italian fine dining restaurant not only has a Michelin star, but has kept it for 3 years consecutively running. With the many delectable dishes that are must tries, chef Mirko Febbrile have generously shared with us the recipe for their Stracciatella, giving us a glimpse on how to make this signature Italian classic at home. Continue reading →
Frank’s Bar x Bar Trigona: The Best Is Yet To Come

Frank’s Bar x Bar Trigona: The Best Is Yet To Come

Located within Avenue K sits a still unopened bar, named after the eponymous crooner himself, Frank’s bar lends its name from Frank Sinatra. With a menu that can only be described as sonic-centric, the new bar’s pop up at Bar Trigona sets an example of the best that’s yet to come. Continue reading →
The Show Must Go On: Flavour Bombs at Curate

The Show Must Go On: Flavour Bombs at Curate

Curate at the Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur recently launched their new menu celebrated with theatrics including a fashion show paraded by the chefs themselves, presenting dishes that speak to their heritage, from Chef Junious’ Fried Chicken & Waffles to Chef Matt’s 8 Hour Short Rib Rendang. Continue reading →
COOKHOUSE: Malaysia’s First Co-Working Kitchen

COOKHOUSE: Malaysia’s First Co-Working Kitchen

COOKHOUSE is located on the cusp of Petaling Jaya and Subang, and what this place offers is a first of its kind in Malaysia. The cloud kitchen provides commercial grade facilities from baking, Asian and western kitchen and a state-of-the-art cooking events venue. Their packages and pricing also ensure options for all, from small businesses that want to take it further to small businesses expanding. We speak to Huen Su San, Founder of COOKHOUSE to find our more. Continue reading →
Negroni Week 2020: How The Negroni Got Its Name

Negroni Week 2020: How The Negroni Got Its Name

For many people, ordering a glass of Negroni comes second nature to being at a bar, but many probably do not know how the infamous cocktail got its name. The traditionally gin forward cocktail is known for its strength, but most importantly, its 3 ingredients, a London dry gin, a red vermouth and its key ingredient, Campari. Continue reading →
Gesuto x Moulin de Gassac Wine Pairing

Gesuto x Moulin de Gassac Wine Pairing

Gesuto takes its name from the Japanese transliteration of the word, as you would have guessed it, guest. The restaurant located in TTDI serves a contemporary take on Japanese, but with touches of Korean influences. The wine pairing sees Moulin de Gassac, a French winery showcasing a select number of contemporary wines. Continue reading →
Nadodi’s Liquid Degustation: Traversing The Indian Landscape One Drop At A Time

Nadodi’s Liquid Degustation: Traversing The Indian Landscape One Drop At A Time

When it comes to Indian fine dining in Kuala Lumpur, there are few and far between that comes close to doing what Nadodi does, and now, they have taken it further by creating a liquid degustation to match. The new menu takes you through a journey across the Indian subcontinent, taking inspiration from as far north as the Tibetan plateau, to the homelands of Nadodi’s cuisine itself, Southern India, once again taking you on their nomadic journey. Continue reading →
Single Estate Tequila: Jesse Estes of Tequila Ocho

Single Estate Tequila: Jesse Estes of Tequila Ocho

When it comes to artisanal tequilas, there are few brands that take it as seriously as Tequila Ocho. Their take the production of their tequila to such as extent, being the first ever single estate tequila, with each plot, which they call ranches, producing a different quality based on its unique terroir. We speak to Jesse Estes, Global Ambassador of Tequila Ocho to find out more about this unique tequila. Continue reading →
Nero Nero: Vibrant Italian, from North to South

Nero Nero: Vibrant Italian, from North to South

Tucked on the third floor of DC Mall sits a beautiful Italian restaurant, transporting you to the cobbled streets of Rome – Nero Nero. The restaurant serves predominantly southern Italian cuisine, most notably their Neapolitan pizzas, but also some staples from all around Italy. With Diego Reali heading the kitchen and much anticipated Natalina, we take a look at some of their best work. Continue reading →
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