Review: Kyochon Korean Fried Chicken, Pavilion KL

Not my first time visiting the famous Korean restaurant (and it won't be my last) but I decided to write a quick review. Edit I've only ever visited the One Utama branch. But the Pavilion branch is a lot bigger and brighter. I like that this one gives patrons more space in between tables. It is also decorated a lot better than the One Utama branch. I decided to have the Sal Sal Chicken Breast Salad (RM21.90). I love the SalSal chicken breast. It is absolutely my favourite thing to have at Kyochon. My next favourite would have to be the honey glazed chicken... Yum! Otherwise, the original soy drummets will do just fine too! Kyochon 1991 1 Utama Shopping Centre LG 311, Lower Ground Floor. Mena

Review: Palazzo, Bangsar Telawi

Telawi has seen a steady stream of new establishments over the past few years, only the best remaining in the saturated food district of Bangsar. Palazzo is yet another new restaurant in the Telawi area targeting its more affluent clientele. Don't be put off by the chi chi interior. Prices are still affordable albeit on the higher side over here. Surely, the dessert options alone should tempt you to step into this place to try their food. It certainly caught my attention. I decided to break away from clean eating and indulge in an eggy and cheesy carbonara (RM30) with a generous amount of bacon and chives. While I am normally more inclined to prefer the localised cream version, this reminded

Review: Bandits Coffee Bar, Bukit Damansara

It is yet another new cafe in my neighbourhood which is refreshing after seeing the same old places year after year. However, Bandits Coffee Bar might be a little hard to spot since there is no signage to indicate its exact location. Perhaps it is a play on their name? But since I am rather familiar to the area, it wasn't too hard to find. Parking, on the other hand, can be quite a pain. Best not to park by the roadside on weekdays as police often patrol the area to freely hand out summons. Staff are young and energetic over here. A lot of the food is displayed openly. You place your order at the cashier, just next to the food display. I am not sure how hygienic this can be. The menu is also

Review: Yellow Brick Road, Batai Village

I have to admit I was pretty bummed when they closed the shops around Hock Lee. I grew up enjoying the only hawker food around my area. So when they shut down not one but both the coffee shops at Jalan Batai, I was quite upset. But I guess Yellow Brick Road kind of makes up for it. Of course, its name is a reference to The Wizard of Oz. So is the Wicked Pancake Parlour, located upstairs from it. (About to watch Wicked in New York soon!!!) Coffee and cakes? Yes, please! Priced reasonably at below RM15... ...served in cute little mason jars atop beautiful tiles that look like they're hand painted. Want something heavier to eat? The Cheesy Mr Mac (RM22) may look small but the truffle oil infuse

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