Tasty Eats

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Going Local – Malaysian Curry Mee

by Rosemarie John February 26, 2012

Uniquely Malaysian, the Curry Mee is a dish made out of yellow egg noodles and a spicy coconut curry that is topped off with loads of bean curd, shredded pork and seafood. Found mostly in every Chinese coffee shop around the corner, the quality and quantity of ingredients can somewhat vary. For the best bowl of Curry Mee topped of […]

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Where to Eat in Bali – A Gourmet Cafe Experience

by Rosemarie John January 11, 2012

When local flavours seem over whelming and its time for a change in cuisines, head over to the Bali Catering Company Gourmet Cafe for a taste of something more familiar. Located just outside mainstream Kuta and in the ever growing district of Seminyak, this medium sized cafe is tucked away in the middle of local housing and holiday villas just […]

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Where to Eat in Singapore – Jaggi’s Northern Indian Cuisine

by Rosemarie John January 2, 2012

Well know for it variety of cuisine’s and authentic flavours, its quite strange to find the lack of quality and flavourful Punjabi cuisine in Singapore. However, all is not lost. Tucked away in the middle of an over populated row of Indian Restaurants in Little India  is Jaggi’s Northern Indian Cuisine. Established a century ago as a small hawker stall […]

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The Nostalgic Singapore Food Trail

by Rosemarie John November 1, 2011

By Rosemarie John – As the island rapidly develops into a modern metropolitan city beyond expectations, Singapore is losing or rather forgetting many of its old traditional ways and places that oozes in ancestral culture. Competing with the rest of the world, one can’t help but progress towards the future without sacrificing the rustic charm every now and then. Back […]

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Coffee & Toast Malaysian Style – Where to Have It?

by Rosemarie John October 19, 2011

By Rosemarie John– Well known as a kick-start to the day ahead, a cup of hot piping frothy goodness tastes different in every country. Discovered by an Ethiopian Goatherd, roasted and brewed in Arabia and spread across Europe, Asia and the Americas, coffee has become a staple need in everyday households. Though much of coffee in Asia is cultivated on […]

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Great Taste Dim Sum in Selangor, Malaysia

by Rosemarie John October 11, 2011

Tucked away in the corner of an over-crowded and ever growing residential area of USJ in Selangor, is a delectable Dim Sum restaurant that offers some of the best bite-sized portions of pork, chicken and more. Not as famous as it should be, Great Taste Hong Kong Dim Sum truly lives up to its name. Offering a variety of dishes […]

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Dining at the Verve at Marina Bay

by Rosemarie John September 26, 2011

The question of where to dine in Singapore can be a hard one. With over a 1000 restaurants and eateries that have sprung up over the years, it is simply impossible to have dined at every spot. But every now and then you stumble upon a special place that oozes in rich culture, hospitality and tantalizing bites. Located just across […]

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Where to Eat in Singapore – Part II

by Rosemarie John September 19, 2011

Its been 3 months since the foodie frenzy of  Where to Eat in Singapore – Part I  and its time for an update. Here are more tasty dishes and great spots to savour the flavours of Singapore! One of the most interesting places to have a meal at is at the Chinatown Complex situated at 335 Smith Street. Its a […]

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Tasting an Ubudian Delicacy

by Rosemarie John August 19, 2011

The most talked about dish on the Island of the Gods revolves around that of a suckling pig. Referred to as ‘Babi Guling‘ by locals, a whole pig is marinated in ground chilli, turmeric and oil and stuffed with more chilli, onions, ginger, galangal, candle nuts, coriander, lemon grass, pepper, dried shrimp paste, coconut, bay leaves and traditional spices.  Skewered […]

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The Hyderabad Biryani Hunt – Where to Savour Them

by Rosemarie John July 28, 2011

It may seem odd to many that all I may pen about Hyderabadi cuisine is its biryani. Nevertheless my biryani quest was provoked by the unsatisfied and incomplete taste of the authentic Hyderabadi biryani that I have savoured all over town back home in Malaysia, across Indonesia and Singapore. That precise zest that I yearned for and undoubtedly recognized from […]

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