The Swimming Club KL

This month, a new club is opening up in KL, and anyone with a pair of bathers looking for a good time is invited to join. Think candy-coloured architecture, tropical Mid-Century decor, and of course a glistening blue infinity pool; and you’ve got yourself The Swimming Club.

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Little Farm On The Hill

About an hour outside of KLCC, on approximately six acres of the Janda Baik forest, is a little farm on a hill. Hidden amongst the wild foliage and towering, tropical trees is a few hundred vegetable beds; an open-air, wooden bungalow; and a family serving up deliciously fresh and organic food.

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Lebanese flavours come to Kuala Lumpur

Lebanese food is rather hard to come by in KL and if I were going to eat it, it might as well be cooked by one of the world’s biggest names in the hotel industry! So I went to Mosaic at the Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur to find out if the RM198 is worth it…

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Saved by the brisket

What better way to spend a Friday night than stuffing your face with cuts of smokey, succulent barbecue. With all the right ingredients, is KL’s newest Texan-style restaurant, The Burnin’ Pit, living up to expectations?

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The Roast Things

Tucked away in a commercial block in the back streets of Petaling Jaya is a little slice of coffee heaven – an independent coffee roaster that is brewing the goods!

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The day I didn’t like food

As a food blogger, foodaholic and self-confessed over-eater, it would be right for you to assume that I’m a fan of food. So, to wake up one day and feel no desire to eat and the smell of food made me eyeball the toilet bowl, you could say I was a little …. terrified.

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Supper in the Sky

A fresh plate of pasta … the soft, delicate texture of each string that’s been carefully hand-kneaded to just the right consistency for just the right amount of time. Well, imagine all that amazingness in your mouth while you sit on the side of a building overlooking Kuala Lumpur. Sound interesting enough?

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