October 23rd, 2020
Category: Mid Valley City
When news of AirAisa announcing the launch of an airline food-based restaurant broke, many, including us, reacted
Our favourite destination for Japanese desserts has embarked on a new chapter of its delightful journey
It has been almost three years since the renowned American-Italian family-friendly restaurant chain Olive Garden Italian Kitchen arrived on Malaysian shores. The brand first began its operation in 1982, and today has expanded to over 800 outlets worldwide including the UAE, Kuwait, Puerto Rico and Mexico.
Define:food translates into a meaningful interpretation of fun, casual dining, with restaurateur Ryan Yeoh and chef
Mid Valley's sole Vietnamese restaurant has a meaningful motivation - 'Ãn Viet' translates into 'Eat Viet,' and its aim is to encourage people to truly eat their food and to curb wastage.
Go off the menu and leave your meal entirely in the hands of these maestros of Japanese cuisine, who prepare set lunches and dinners according to what's fresh and seasonal, with twists that illustrate innovative surprises.
Eggs are marvellous, that's for sure; Marvellous Eggs Co - which cracks open this week at Mid Valley Megamall - is hoping to eggsploit the universal popularity of eggs by serving the novelty of eggs on sticks, prepared to order in tubular pop-up cookers.
The second premium waffle outlet to open in recent days is Madame Waffle, a quick-service cafe at the Mid Valley mall that promises Liege waffles with a Tokyo-inspired twist, fulfilling the brand's tagline, 'Belgian waffles meet Japanese flavours.'
One of Kuala Lumpur's most breathlessly anticipated new restaurants this month is ready to launch: Hong Kong's Tim Ho Wan brings its famed 'Michelin-star dim sum' to its first Malaysian branch in Mid Valley's Boulevard beginning Friday, November 28.
Sean Yoong explores Malaysia's first Magnum cafe, already a major magnet for crowds near GSC's Mid Valley multiplex.