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A Chef’s Customer-Centred Menu

We recently returned to one of Kuala Lumpur’s most consistently excellent Chinese restaurants, Chynna, located

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The Scotch Malt Whisky Society Finds a Home in KL

Whether you think of The Scotch Malt Whisky Society (SMWS) as the world’s foremost whisky club or the world’s

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Langkawi Today

Langkawi stands as one of Malaysia’s most popular holiday getaway destinations. Editor Chad Merchant visits this

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Tuscany’s Incredible Querciabella Wines Now Available in Malaysia

Organic, chemical-free, and vegan Tuscan wines now available in Malaysia.

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Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Whisky Introduces New Collection

Now available in Malaysia, the core range of Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Whisky has been revamped and

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Vertigo at Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur: Snapshot

If you’re in search of KL’s newest ‘view from the top,’ be sure to check out Vertigo, high atop Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur.

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China Reimagined

Chynna rightly takes its place as one of the city’s premier Chinese eateries, bringing a classic menu together with modern preparation techniques.

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Rémy Martin Releases Stunning New Carte Blanche Cognac Expression in KL

With only 9,650 bottles available worldwide, the Rémy Martin Carte Blanche Merpins Cellar Edition is a historic dedication to Cognac Fine Champagne quality of the House and its legendary blend.

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Toridoki KL: Restaurant Review

What’s great about Toridoki is that you can easily put together any sort of meal you like, choosing from veggies, salads, appetizers, side dishes, and of course that appealing array of grilled chicken skewers.

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Socially Subang (The Social, Empire Subang): Restaurant Review

The biggest surprise about The Social opening a new outlet – their fifth – at the popular Empire Shopping Gallery in Subang is that it didn’t happen sooner.

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Fusion Delights at Manja: Restaurant Review

An interesting culinary gentrification has taken place at the formerly ramshackle venue along Jalan Raja Chulan, under the imposing KL Tower.

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Indian Fusion (GinRikSha): Restaurant Review

Though Gin Rik Sha’s curious name may not flow smoothly from your mouth (hint: the last two parts are derived from ‘rickshaw’), your mouth will nevertheless thank you for visiting this gem of a restaurant in Bukit Damansara.

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Casa Rosa at Mont Kiara: Review

A small neighbourhood restaurant serving up some of the tastiest Continental cuisine you could hope to find in KL, all at reasonable prices, Casa Rosa is a place very much worth seeking out.

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