Peranakan food @Chill-V

Go For: Ipoh white coffee and Peranakan Cuisine As you step your inside the chill-V restaurant in Times Square mall, the first thing you notice is the typical tea-house setting and décor: Marble-top tables and tea-house style brown polished low stools. Of course there are sofa seats too, for those who desire more comfortable seating. Interestingly … Continue reading Peranakan food @Chill-V

There’s no market like an open night market, aka a Pasar Malam

Go For: Taste of inexpensive indigenous Bruneian  food. Pasar malam is a Malay word for night market. However I prefer to still call it pasar malam because the Malay word stands for something very local and of indigenous nature that perhaps cannot be captured by the English translation. In Brunei , pasar malams are very special because … Continue reading There’s no market like an open night market, aka a Pasar Malam

A quiet dinner in a Chinese setting at I-lotus

Go For:  Good ambience, quiet surroundings and “kosong pao”  I’ve seen the signage for I-lotus, without any glimpse of the actual restaurant, on the detour of Rimba Jati, whenever we drove on a highway leading to Jerudong. It’s unique because it’s relatively far away and stands far from other restaurants and malls. And it is. … Continue reading A quiet dinner in a Chinese setting at I-lotus